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ADB to provide $206 million credit for Tamil Nadu water supply and sewerage infrastructure

03-12-2019
Asian Development Bank, India, water management, sewage treatment, water treatment, wastewater treatment

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Centre on Monday signed a $206 million (S$281.5 million) loan to develop water supply and sewerage infrastructure in five cities of Tamil Nadu and strengthen capacities of urban local bodies for improved service delivery. This is the second project loan for the ADB-supported $500 million (S$683.2 million) …

ADB Project in Henan, PRC to pilot integrated approach to river restoration

28-11-2019
China, river, restoration, drinking water, water treatment, Asian Development Bank

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) today approved a $200 million (S$273.2 million) loan to pilot an integrated approach to river restoration in one of the tributaries of the Yangtze River Basin in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The project in Henan Province is one of the first to address urban–rural water links under the PRC …

Editor’s pickA New Look At The Industrial Internet Of Things As An Enabler For The Asian Water Industry

16-08-2019
Perceptive Engineering, David Lovett, Water, Asia, IOT, IIOT, Diagnostic, Cloud-based, Maintenance

By David Lovett, Managing Director of Perceptive Engineering IOT (& IIOT) Technologies have begun changing the world. The digital transformation of manufacturing, personal healthcare and smart cities is well underway; most multinational companies have a strategy to incorporate these highly connected tools to re-invigorate or completely …

Editor’s pickBuilding a more resilient water network in the Philippines

31-07-2019
Grundfos, Philippines, Water, Network, Asia, Water security, Climate change, Infrastructure, Flood Control

  By Leong Chee Khuan, Area Managing Director for South Asia and General Manager for Grundfos Pumps Sdn Bhd Water is a precious and increasingly critical resource. Water security has become one of our most urgent environmental crises as well as our fastest-growing social, political and economic challenges faced today. Increasing water …