Social, economic, political, environmental, ecological and agricultural aspects of life are all negatively impacted by increased water shortages across the globe.
Phosphorous is an essential, limited, non-renewable resource that is necessary in supporting global food production. It is critical for plant and animal life; a key component of fertilisers and hence modern agriculture relies on it. This blog focuses why phosphate should be recovered from water.
We are going to take a closer look at the different forms of artificial intelligence which we previously outlined, and what makes them different/more applicable to certain practices.
This blog will look at the benefits of SuDS beyond water quality and quantity.
Although water and agriculture are essential for life, the agricultural sector is regarded as one of the world’s worst polluters, which this blog shall discuss.
We discuss what is meant by biodiversity, the major threats that it faces and why it is important to minimise biodiversity loss.
The open water market works in much the same way as other utility markets, such as gas and electricity.
In this week’s blog we discuss where excess phosphate comes from and why it can cause a problem.
This blog will look at the essential things you need to know if you have a discharge consent to discharge trade effluent to a foul sewer.