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  • UV Treated Wastewater Irrigating Arizona Golf Courses

    UV treated wastewater is being used to irrigate two golf courses in the town of Anthem in Arizona, USA. Founded less than 10 years ago, Anthem, a town just north of Phoenix, now has a population of over 40,000. As part of its rapid expansion the town recently installed Berson UV disinfection technology to ensure its water and wastewater is as clean as possible. The closed chamber, medium ...

  • Irrigation threatening steppe birds in Mediterranean wetlands

    Intensive irrigation of agricultural land in a Mediterranean water basin is altering the habitats of associated wetlands and changing the balance of the bird population living there, according to a recent study. The Mar Menor coastal lagoon is located in the Southeast of Spain. Inland there are an associated series of wetlands of ecological interest, protected by the Natura 2000 Network1. The ...

  • ETwater Honored for New Product Innovation at 2012 Irrigation Association Show

    ET Water Systems, Inc., the market leader in smart controller retrofits and leading solutions provider for smart irrigation management, today announced the SmartWorks™ Replacement Panel developed for the Rain Bird ESP-MC and ESP-SAT series controllers was recognized for excellence in new product innovation in the annual awards contest at the Irrigation Association Show in Orlando, FL. Each ...


    By Marketwire

  • Element Blue partners with Ewing Irrigation to complete the Smarter Water Ecosystem

    Element Blue, the leading provider of IBM's Intelligent Operations for Water, today announced its partnership with Ewing Irrigation, an Arizona based wholesale distributor of water management solutions. The relationship will allow Element Blue to include Ewing ...


    By PRWeb

  • ABB irrigation control solution saves water and energy in Spain

    The ABB solution controls the irrigation system for 10,700 plots of land in a 210 square-kilometer belt of prime agricultural land in the Zujar Canal region of western Spain, where local farmers grow sweet corn, tomatoes, olives, rice and a variety of other fruits and vegetables. Prior to ABB’s involvement, many farmers had to drive up to 40 kilometers to irrigate their land. They had to open ...


    By ABB

  • Tri-Tech Signs Strategic Partnering Agreement with an Australian Irrigation Solution Company

    Tri-Tech Holding, Inc. (Nasdaq: TRIT), which provides turn-key water resources management, water and wastewater treatment, industrial safety and pollution control solutions, announced today that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement (the "Agreement") with an ...


    By Tri-Tech Holding Inc.

  • UV Treated Wastewater Is Irrigating The Golf Courses Of Arizona`s `Family Friendly Town`

    Two golf courses in Anthem, AZ, are benefiting from irrigation by UV treated wastewater. Founded less than 10 years ago, Anthem, a town just north of Phoenix, now has a population of over 40,000. It was voted the 'best place to raise a family' by Parenting Magazine in 2003 and 'one of the best places to live in Arizona' by Phoenix Magazine. As part of its rapid expansion the town recently ...


    By Aquionics Inc

  • The Revolutionary Retrofit Panel by ETwater for the Rain Bird 50-Pin Controller to Compete in the Irrigation Association Show New Products Contest

    ET Water Systems, Inc., the market leader in smart controller retrofits and leading solutions provider for smart irrigation management, announced the SmartWorks Replacement Panel developed for the Rain Bird ESP-MC and ESP-SAT series controllers will be a finalist in the IA Show New Product Contest this November in Orlando, FL. The revolutionary ETwater SmartWorks panels redefined convenience, ...


    By Marketwire

  • UV Treated Wastewater Is Irrigating The Golf Courses Of Arizona`s `Family Friendly Town`

    Two golf courses in Anthem, AZ, are benefiting from irrigation by UV treated wastewater. Founded less than 10 years ago, Anthem, a town just north of Phoenix, now has a population of over 40,000. It was voted the 'best place to raise a family' by Parenting Magazine in 2003 and 'one of the best places to live in Arizona' by Phoenix Magazine. As part of its rapid expansion the town recently ...


    By Aquionics Inc

  • Global Wireless Sensors Market for Environmental & Agricultural Monitoring (2011 - 2016)

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Central to "ambient intelligence"; insights into the wireless sensors market for environmental and agricultural monitoring are detailed in this report. This report refers to environmental and agricultural monitoring as areas deployed with intelligent sensor interface that tracks, informs about, provides ...


    By ReportLinker

  • Semios Special Offer Provides Soil Moisture Monitoring Solution Free to Precision Farming Customers for Two Years.

    Semios, the provider of real-time agricultural information for precision farming, offers two years of free soil moisture monitoring for their customers to optimize irrigation efficiencies, improving crop quality and yield. CEO Michael Gilbert said, “Water shortages have been tough for farmers. By fine-tuning irrigation to where and when it is most needed, farmers can protect their crops ...


    By Semios

  • ETwater Selected to Present at IA Show 2012

    ET Water Systems, Inc., the leader in smart irrigation management with a full range of solutions for new and existing landscapes, continues to demonstrate its thought leadership and technical expertise with a presentation on one of the industry's hottest topics at the industry's most influential trade show. ETwater was selected by the screening committee of the Irrigation Association to develop ...


    By Marketwire

  • ETwater Announces Major Upgrades to Its QuickDraw(R) Mobile Application

    ET Water Systems, Inc., the leader in smart irrigation management with a full range of solutions for new and existing landscapes, today announced new feature enhancements and capabilities to its increasingly popular QuickDraw mobile web application. New features have been added which allow users to obtain real-time flow rates, check valve status, and view station schedules, all directly from a ...


    By Marketwire

  • WaterSignal Dashboard Updates – September 2016

    WaterSignal is pleased to announce a few enhancements to the WaterSignal dashboard! These new features are a result of customer feedback, and our commitment to provide a seamless user experience for property managers in all industries. Monthly Calendar Report (MCR) Beginning on Sept 1st 2016, WaterSignal users will have access to a Monthly Calendar Report (MCR) ...


    By WaterSignal

  • NivuLog SunFlow

    No power supply available but you need permanent flow measurement anyway? - Now this is possible without any problems! Introducing the NivuLog SunFlow, NIVUS has developed an independent and solar-powered flow measurement station with integrated data transmission via GPRS. The robust and compact enclosure contains all components needed such as solar panel, flow calculator, modem, ...


    By NIVUS GmbH

  • Indigenous values guide northern Australian waters research

    “Indigenous people in the north have a large stake in water resource planning and management based on their distinct cultures, ways of life and substantial land holdings. Yet their interests and values in water are poorly understood by decision makers,” CSIRO researcher Dr Sue Jackson says. “Our research will increase understanding of the importance of river systems to Indigenous people and help ...

  • The impact of pesticides on freshwater creatures

    A recent study has concluded that, although spray drift of pesticides can have short-term effects on individual stream-dwelling invertebrates, there is no evidence to suggest that there is an impact on populations as a whole. However, to reduce the impact of the pesticides on these organisms, a no-spray buffer zone is shown to be a simple and effective measure. Pesticides play an important role ...

  • Company fined after pig effluent causes water pollution

    A company that runs a pig farm in Essex has been fined £15,000 after effluent from its animals twice polluted a ditch which drains into the Colne Estuary. A.M. Gray & Co Limited caused water pollution on two occasions after pig slurry from their Bocking Hall Pig Farm, in West Mersea, got into a tributary of the Pyefleet Channel earlier this year. The company pleaded ...

  • Smart farming recoups IoT investment

    In the United States, California avocado farmer Kurt Bantle experimented with Internet of Things (IoT) connected technology to see if costly water consumption could be reduced in growing his 900 avocado trees. He spent US$8,200 for LoRa stations with soil moisture sensors, valve controllers, LoRa gateway and cellular backhaul. Cellular backhaul refers to a gateway that connects the farm to the ...


    By OMI Industries (OMI)

  • U.S. EPA Releases San Francisco Bay Delta Action Plan to Address Toxins and Stressors that Harm Fish

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released an Action Plan today that proposes seven measures for improving water quality, restoring aquatic habitat, and improving the management of the San Francisco Bay Delta Estuary. The release of the Action Plan follows the agency’s analysis concluding that existing federal and state water quality programs are not adequately safeguarding the ...

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