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Unbinding Water Innovation

America is falling behind in the race to build the “high tech” water economy that will drive economic growth in the next decade, according to Mike Dimitriou of Water Remediation Technologies. “We stifle innovation with too many roadblocks,” Dimitriou noted earlier today at the marquee conference for the water industry, ACE 13. Dimitriou noted that […]

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The Soft Path for Water – Beyond the Dams, the Vats and the Pipes

Peter Gleick, one of the leading visionaries on the future of water, came to speak at the fourth Artemis Top 50 Fellows’ Forum last week. Gleick is the founder and President of the Pacific Institute, a policy think tank that has pioneered new approaches to water management. For the last 30 years, the Pacific Institute […]

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New York could be first state to ban controversial drilling practice

STORY HIGHLIGHTS New York’s state assembly passed a limited ban on hydraulic fracturing Also known as “fracking,” it’s a controversial method of drilling for natural gas The EPA is studying whether fracking contaminates ground water (CNN) — New York could be the first state in the country to impose a limited ban on a controversial […]

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Artemis Project Webinar Featured in AWI – November 2010

We’re delighted to have had one our webinars—”The Art & Alchemy of the Exit“—featured in the latest issue of American Water Intelligence (AWI). “For investors and startups alike, the first steps into the water sector can be treacherous. Dwindling supplies and persistent water quality problems make investing in game-changing water technologies seem like a no-brainer. […]

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Artemis Project Webinar Featured in AWI – November 2010

We’re delighted to have had one our webinars—”The Art & Alchemy of the Exit“—featured in the latest issue of American Water Intelligence (AWI). “For investors and startups alike, the first steps into the water sector can be treacherous. Dwindling supplies and persistent water quality problems make investing in game-changing water technologies seem like a no-brainer. […]

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Making Every Drop Count

Artemis Project Top 50 winner Takadu was mentioned in the Economist special report titled “It’s a Smart World” highlighting emerging technologies and trends around the use of sensors, data and analytics. A special section in the report is dedicated to ‘the Smart Water Utility’. A special report on smart systems Making every drop count Utilities […]

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Making Every Drop Count

Artemis Project Top 50 winner Takadu was mentioned in the Economist special report titled “It’s a Smart World” highlighting emerging technologies and trends around the use of sensors, data and analytics. A special section in the report is dedicated to ‘the Smart Water Utility’. A special report on smart systems Making every drop count Utilities […]

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Water Wisdom for Real Estate and the Built Environment

By Leslie Guevarra Published September 22, 2010 When access to water seems cheap and easy, why should companies cut or closely monitor consumption in their buildings? Confronting misconceptions about water availability and offering information about solutions that are available now and in development were the key subjects of “Water in Real Estate — Resilient Operations […]

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GoingGreen Tackles Water Supply

In the face of scarcity and infrastructure breakdown, some of the most promising advanced water tech companies are providing new sources of water supply—from repairing leaks to small scale desalination to remediation. Laura Shenkar will moderate “The Supply Side of Water” at 11 AM on 14th September, addressing how we can create new sources of […]

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Low-Pressure Membranes Panel at the Water Innovations Summit

The second annual Water Innovations Summit will take place in Chicago on September 28-29, 2010 at McCormick Place. Keynotes include famed researcher Craig Venter; Don Correll of American Water; Finn Neilson of Veolia NA; Fabien Cousteau; Dr. Mark Shannon U. IL.; and the EPA Department of Administration for Water’s Michael Shapiro. Others speakers are confirming […]

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