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The Cutzamala System is the primary offsite water supply source for Mexico City, providing 10 m3/s to the overall flow serving Mexico City (31.5m3/s) (SACMEX 2018), which reaches residents of 13 Mexico City boroughs and 14 State of Mexico municipalities … Learn More

In 2013, Iowa created the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy to reduce nutrient loading into the rivers and streams throughout the state as part of the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Taskforce. The strategy identifies a suite of in-field practices including no-till, … Learn More

BIER has been talking about this kind of on-the-ground water collaboration for a while as a natural extension of its portfolio of benchmarking, best practice sharing, and tools/guidance development. It was clear to members, based on the opportunities and risks, … Learn More

The “Longmen” pilot project includes a total of 10 hectares of green mandarin and alternate crops. The project aims to restore 43 hectares of the secondary forest while setting up a water training school for wastewater and drinking water management. Learn More

Colgate-Palmolive (India) Limited, the market leader in Oral Care, in partnership with the nonprofit organization Water For People India Trust, launched its Amravati Water initiative today in the Amravati District of Maharashtra. This program is an expansion of ColgateÕs partnership … Learn More

The Ghod River is experiencing pressures from rapid regional development. Significantly reduced water flows in the summer months results from: 1) changes downstream such as damming, increasing agriculture, and growth of industries and townships; 2) degradation upstream in the forests … Learn More

Our dams and lakes are in a state of ecological disaster due to the pollution in the catchment areas which bring with it high volumes of nutrients (Nitrates and Phosphates), this is the catalyst behind a serious Water Hyacinth and … Learn More

The Cauvery delta, located at the mouth of the 80,000 sq. km Cauvery river basin, lies at the epicentre of a 150 year long inter-state dispute between the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Today, the Cauvery delta is under … Learn More

When we think about cattle ranching in Brazil, we usually donÕt tend to relate it to sustainability. The Pasto Vivo project serves to demonstrate it can be done differently, and will create knowledge and raise awareness on how integrating regenerative … Learn More

In South Korea, SUEZ is installing a zero-liquid-discharge system at one of the countryÕs biggest power plants. The solution will enable the plant to reuse 100% of its wastewater, eliminating discharge into the natural environment and protecting the sensitive coastal … Learn More