Adopting an intelligent and cost-effective 2-in-1 scrubber

Mainstream ships across the globe are currently sailing using engines and boilers powered through heavy fuel oil. With the underway of IMO2020, vessels are gradually adopting various approaches to meet this regulation. One of such way is getting ...
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Big Data In The Water Industry

Global water demand is expected to continue due to the growing global population and economic shift towards more resource-intensive consumption. Many companies are increasingly turning to digital solutions to help address key water issues as a re...
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Tuas Nexus Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF)

A Keppel-led consortium has received the Letter of Acceptance from the National Environment Agency (NEA) for an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract worth approximately S$1.5 billion, for the development of a Waste-To-Energy (...
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JIDP in the making

Engineering JIDP: Singapore’s Fifth Desalination Plant

The Jurong Island Desalination Plant (JIDP) is a massive engineering project that has been two years in the works, to build a modern seawater reverse-osmosis desalination plant on Jurong Island that is capable of desalinating 30 million gallons o...
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AquaNERVA: Vying To Be The Next Big Thing In Municipal Waterworks

AquaNERVA is a centralised control and monitoring system for the management of treatment processes relating to water and wastewater. The use of data analytics and machine learning techniques has made this an intelligent tool for condition monitor...
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ST Engineering’s Environmental Business Sets Sail

The rise of smart cities has created fresh opportunities for the marine arm of ST Engineering to expand its environmental services and solutions for water and waste management. Chew Men Leong, Chief Marketing Officer, Deputy President & ...
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