U.S. utilities have even more reason to be concerned about the country’s water supply. A new survey of major U.S. corporations reveals that most companies believe water challenges will significantly worsen in the next five years, but the majority of … Continued
The AquaSentinel from SecureWaters is one of the finalists for the Katerva Award. The AquaSentinel, a water security and toxicity sensor, is selected in this third-annual awards on the field of sustainability.
Tullahoma, USA, March 25, 2014 – The AquaSentinel from SecureWaters is one of the finalists for the Katerva Award. The AquaSentinel, a water security and toxicity sensor, is selected in this third-annual awards on the field of sustainability. Clean water … Continued
Water and energy are closely interlinked and interdependent. Energy generation and transmission requires utilization of water resources, particularly for hydroelectric, nuclear, and thermal energy sources. Conversely, about 8% of the global energy generation is used for pumping, treating and transporting … Continued
A mass die-off of scallops near Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island is being linked to the increasingly acidic waters that are threatening marine life and aquatic industries along the West Coast. Rob Saunders, CEO of Island Scallops, estimates his company has … Continued
All the creeks between the Golden Gate and Monterey Bay are blocked by sand bars because of the lack of rain, making it impossible for the masses of salmon to reach their native streams and create the next generation of coho. The endangered coho could go extinct over much of their range if they do not spawn this year, according to biologists.
So far, initial reports indicate that Danville, Virginia’s (USA) water supply is reportedly safe from the toxic slurry of coal ash that had spilled into a river upstream four days earlier. But a lab analysis of Dan River’s water, conducted by Waterkeeper Alliance, show sobering … Continued
In Tennessee, SecureWaters has launched AquaSentinel, a new bio-sensor device that will provide widespread water quality data. AquaSentinel is the first remotely installable device of its kind to take advantage of algae photosynthesis to instantly test for the presence of chemical pollutants in water, without the need for consumables.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sep 12, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) — SecureWaters announced the launch of AquaSentinel, a new bio-sensor device that will provide widespread water quality data, giving water a global voice. AquaSentinel is the only remotely installable device of its kind … Continued