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Will Silicon Valley Transform the Global Water Sector?

[fa icon='calendar'] Oct 22, 2017 9:30:00 PM / by Water Technology Alliance posted in wta, Water, Technology, Innovation, Wastewater, Resource recovery, Research Collaborations

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Silicon Valley is undoubtedly the world’s most famous hub for tech entrepreneurship, innovation and world-class research. At its core lies a cocktail of willingness to take risks, to work across professional boundaries and to radically change the world as we see it through ambitious business models and successful application of new technology.

One code that Silicon Valley Ecosystem hasn’t cracked yet is the global water challenge. Water is still on the top of the list of global risk factors – either there is too little, too much or it is of too poor quality. And it is not just a problem in developing countries.

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Danish Companies to Map Groundwater in California

[fa icon='calendar'] Jun 21, 2017 3:44:19 PM / by Water Technology Alliance posted in wta

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Californian authorities will use Danish water technology in order to generate an overview of the areas and the groundwater resources that has been affected by the drought in the state. Furthermore, this will accelerate the opportunity to utilize fresh groundwater within the drinking water supply.

California authorities will now focus on mapping the groundwater resources in order to make the water cache more sustainable. In that connection, there has been focus on Danish solutions and knowhow. This program has been developed based on a groundwater mapping program throughout the past 15 years.

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