25/01/18
"SOLAR WATER PLC IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT IT HAS BEEN DECLARED THE WINNER OF THE COVETED WATER TREATMENT AWARD FOR 2018. THE AWARD WAS PRESENTED AT THE 11TH RUSHLIGHT ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY, HELD AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, LONDON.
RUSHLIGHT IS AN ORGANISATION THAT PROMOTES THE DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT OF CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES, INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS. THE RUSHLIGHT AWARDS CEREMONY PROVIDES AN EXCEPTIONAL SHOWCASE FOR COMPANIES AT ALL STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT OPERATING WITHIN THE SUSTAINABILITY SECTOR. THE AWARD WAS RECEIVED BY SOLAR WATER'S FOUNDER MALCOLM AW, WHO SAID THAT "WE ARE DELIGHTED TO RECEIVE SUCH A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD AND THAT OUR WORK WITHIN THE SUSTAINABILITY SECTOR HAS BEEN RECOGNISED ON SUCH A LARGE SCALE. WE HOPE THAT THIS WILL FURTHER RAISE OUR CORPORATE PROFILE AND GIVE US THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET NEW AND LIKE-MINDED INVESTORS AND PARTNERS ON THIS GROUND-BREAKING DEVELOPMENT.”
http://www.rushlightevents.com/rushlight-awards/
01/03/17
Marine life is a fine web of interrelated food chains, all of which depend upon the chemical constituents of the sea. Diversity of species is essential to the stability of the ecological system. Crucial to the entire food-chain is the phytoplankton, which are responsible for 90 per cent of the oxygen of the earth. They provide the “pastures” for the rising scale of sea-creatures.

The natural decomposition of an oil-slick involves its oxidation by the action of bacteria, but the process depletes the dissolved oxygen supply on which marine life depends. Oil pollutants make such demands on the oxygen dissolved in seawater, that living things competing for that oxygen suffocate for lack of it. One litre of oil would deplete 400,000 litres of sea-water of its oxygen. Deoxygenation of the seawater caused the production of a ‘sea-desert’.
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09/12/16

Solarwaterplc at the European Union workshop "WASCOP & MinWaterCSP" at the CIEMAT - Plataforma Solar de Almería (PSA).
15/01/16






Waterl'eau Plc is working in collaboration with The University of Cranfield in the research project “Solar Desalination - Large scale Water Recovery technology - Design and building of a working scale model”.
03/11/14
Water is a basic building block of life on Earth, yet 780 million people lack access to clean water. Further to this, 2.5 billion people are without adequate sanitation. The challenge is great, and with the world population and pressure on resources increasing, it will only become greater.

As the world looks to the post-2015 Development Agenda, what should global goals for water look like?


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