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A bottle uses Bluetooth technology to tell you when you are properly hydrated
Nanosatellites promise farmers in remote locations access to real time data
This standalone system could solve two problems at once by finding use for waste water and improving hygiene practices in developing countries.
Researchers in Canada have developed smart acoustic sensors that can pinpoint small leaks in water mains and can easily be retrofitted onto fire hydrants.
A new water condensation system could provide drinking water entirely though renewable energy sources.
A new non-alcoholic beer that looks like water but mimics the taste of beer promotes social drinking in the workplace while also lowering social stigma.
San Francisco is introducing new public toilets with modular pods that can be used as information kiosks and also recycle water.
The world’s largest brewer introduces its patent for brewing beer just below boiling temperature to reduce water consumption and CO2 waste.
A new instrument allows smartphone users to measure water quality and determine if it is contaminated.
Japanese company designs a new system that integrates seawater desalination and sewage recycling to conserve energy.
New Belgian energy company uses a simple turbine construction to create round-the-clock water-powered electricity for remote communities without harming the environment.
A portable device analyses the electric field around the water it is submerged in to detect if it is safe to consume.
French packaging company is manufacturing bottles made from a completely plant-based, fully biodegradable and recyclable bioplastic.
A bamboo house, designed to lower carbon footprint, is making a statement in China.
The ‘Envirobot’ robo-eel can move around in open water and take pollution measurements without disturbing the habitat.
Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant, a collaboration between PUB and Keppel Infrastructure, will treat both salt and freshwater and have a range of eco-friendly design features.
An innovative design by Dutch company Waterstudio could revolutionize how we generate electricity from the sea.
Researchers at MIT have developed an electrochemical system to remove very small concentrations of specific pollutants from water.
An Australian energy company has partnered with a university research center to develop a revolutionary power plant that offers unlimited energy on demand.
Clever GIRL buoy detects fast-moving riptides, which power a turbine that activates a strobe light to alert beach users to the presence of the deadly currents.
Two American business firms collaborate to create a new smart home system that monitors a home’s water usage and sends the data to a user’s smartphone.