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How to manage effects of extreme weather phenomena with water treatment?

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Global and local water-related challenges are becoming increasingly severe due to climate change, population growth, industrialization and urbanization. Flooding is the most disastrous type of local challenge and causes significant problems in human livelihood. A particularly difficult situation occurs when the amount of water to be treated exceeds the capacity of the unit. Then untreated water needs to be led directly to the environment.

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High water quality with intelligent remote diagnostics

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Good water quality is a global issue. In Finland the quality of tap water is very high and even better than the quality of bottled water. Kemira wants to help provide access to such clean and safe water everywhere. Kemira has identified problems in the way different industries and waterworks utilize the raw water process measurement data: most processes are not adequately monitored and problems cannot be efficiently solved every time. 

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More Crop per Drop (MCpD)

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The aim is to develop solutions that close the water cycle and make water reuse able. Through the More Crop per Drop (MCpD) network innovative concepts can be developed. Organizations from the various fields  (knowledge institutes, business and government) are able to explore the opportunities in the market for food security and water scarcity. The solutions that are part of the More Crop per Drop theme are technologies that serve at the intersection of water technology and agriculture & horticulture.

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GROUNDWATER AND SOIL CONSERVATION PROJECT, YEMEN

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The key emphasis of this solution is replacement of traditional method by a modern systems: groundwater-based irrigation pipes conveyance and modernized on-farm irrigation systems. The major performance indicators are linked to water savings elements such as pumped quantities of irrigation water and time, fuel, labor, increase in productivity, overall net water savings in groundwater abstraction, and water use productivity.

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