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News

INDONESIA: Court annuls Water Resources Law
Indonesia's constitutional court has annulled the 2004 Water Resources Law, paving the way for the state to take control of water resources from the private sector. More

AUSTRALIA: Residents consider legal action after Cyclone Marcia flood release
Residents in central Queensland are said to be considering legal action over an automatic water release from the Callide dam that flooded nearby buildings. More

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Projects, Products and Services

Suez Environnement wins contract to operate Gabal el Asfar WWT in Egypt
Suez Environnement has won a four-year contract to operate two wastewater treatment plants at Gabal el Asfar in Cairo, Egypt. The contract is worth 84 million Euros ($95 million) and was won by the company as part of a consortium with three Egyptian companies  DHCU, ARCOM and ICAT3. More

Kuwait's Sulaibiya plant upgraded with GE's Advanced Water Reuse technology
Kuwait's Sulaibiya Wastewater Treatment and Reclamation Plant is set to become the world's largest membrane wastewater reclamation facility following an agreement to drive expansion. More

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