i2O one of the 10 GreenTech companies to watch

i2O has been named one of the Top 10 Sunday Times Tech Track BGF Green Tech to Watch.

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Leak detection – chasing your tail

£30m is a lot of money. For 100,000 listening devices. That cover just 20% of the network. Will they deliver the leakage reduction anticipated?

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Watercare CEO resigns

A lesson for all water company CEOs.

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Day Zero – Lessons for New Zealand

New Zealand is widely regarded as having dealt well with one crisis: COVID-19.  But there’s another one they appear to be struggling with.

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Ancient and modern

Lima is the capital and largest city in Peru.  Its population is more than 10 million, making it about the same size as London, Paris, Seoul, or Chennai.

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Cloud seed idea

Dam levels in Manila, Philippines are below critical levels. Thousands of customers have experienced limited or no water supply for several days after Manila Water cut its services without a prior advisory. Climate phenomenon El Niño has also been blamed.

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All hands to the pump

i2O doesn’t just sell its clients hardware and leave them to get on with it. We know that maintaining an estate of hardware, using it, and getting the most out of it requires time and knowledge that water companies don’t always have.

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Lessons from the sewers

In 1775, London watchmaker Alexander Cumming patented the S-bend. It was a beautifully simple solution to containing sewer smells in the sewer.

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A water shortage…in Sweden?

Drought isn’t something you’d associate with a Northern European country like Sweden. You might, rightly or wrongly, have some other stereotypes in mind like blond hair, Volvos and Abba.

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Water water everywhere, nor any drop to drink

This is a picture of Cape Town and the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. The picture is an image from NASA generated from a Landsat satellite image and elevation data from the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). The city centre is located at Table Bay (at the lower left), adjacent to Table Mountain, bounded by the sea on two sides.

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