i2O appoints sales representatives to support expansion in Latin America

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced the appointment of two experienced sales representatives as part of its expansion in Latin America.

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Drought: act now before it’s too late

Droughts are occurring more frequently. Because populations are increasing and urbanising, the impact of drought on agriculture and people could be devastating. Major cities could run out of water and the resulting unrest could create civil strife, mass migration, and conflict.

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The Water Court of Valencia

Eight men in black robes meet every Thursday at noon sitting in a circle on chairs in the street outside a cathedral. They are the Water Court of Valencia. According to the Times of India the Court has been in existence for 1,000 years. It’s an elected body who resolve irrigation conflicts in an agricultural […]

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That sinking feeling

Sinkholes make great pictures. There’s something unsettling about the idea of the ground opening up and swallowing houses, cars, even people.

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i2O appoints Mark Loveday to support continued European expansion

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced that it has appointed Mark Loveday to join David Kenny in supporting water utilities across the UK and Europe in their adoption of smart water network solutions.

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#BEYGOOD4BURUNDI

The water industry isn’t known for its glamour. But Beyoncé and her BeyGOOD Foundation have announced plans, reported in the NME, to tackle the water crisis in Burundi. She has teamed up with UNICEF to offer two limited edition t-shirts in her online store, profits from which will go towards the #BEYGOOD4BURUNDI fund.

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Mei Carmel selects i2O loggers to monitor water network performance

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced that Israeli water utility Mei Carmel has selected its loggers to monitor and measure the performance of its water network.

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Water crisis

Let’s google ‘water crisis’ in the news and see whether i2O’s list of challenges measures up (recognising that there is a skew to English language reporting).

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