Covid is continuing to dominate our lives. I decided after the 1st UK lockdown that there was going to be a fundamental shift in teaching and it was not going to be possible to have face to face workshops any […]Continue reading
So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish
When Douglas Adams wrote the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Britain hadn’t long joined the EU. The book became a sensation and it gradually turned into a series. The author described his tardiness in producing the promised sequels with the […]Continue reading
What do the megadroughts teach us about the future of water supply?
The term ‘megadrought’ has started to be used more often in recent years. Continental climates have always suffered from these events but the frequency and severity is increasing. Why? A recent BBC programme, BBC World Service – Discovery, Megadrought in […]Continue reading
Ceramic membranes poised to change the water market
Just when we all thought that the dust had settled, everything is set for change in the membrane market. In the 20 years since polymeric membranes made their dramatic entrance to the municipal market, there has been a gradual consolidation […]Continue reading
Are ceramic membranes ready to take their place yet?
The Singapore water sector prides itself on spotting a trend and then acting on it. They have not necessarily been the first adopter, but they have often been the first to identify a major market trend. The small island nation […]Continue reading