Singapore Gardens an Environmental Sustainability Showcase | Water & Wastes Digest magazine – Water and Wastewater Treatment.
Opened in spring 2012, Gardens by the Bay features an aquatic ecosystem with sustainable water cycles
Singapore government officials’ vision to become a “city in a garden” came to fruition by redeveloping Marina Bay and boldly allocating prime land and a hefty budget for that purpose. Years of construction later, the Gardens by the Bay officially opened in the spring of 2012, incorporating an environmentally sustainable system that encompasses a lake system in which aeration assists in the ecological process.
Intro to Decentralized Packaged Wastwater Treatment.
“Clean water will be the oil of the 21st Century.” The accuracy and magnitude of this statement is resonating worldwide. There is no more important endeavor by governments and citizens than the protection and conservation of all water resources.
Students Create New Guidance Document on Decentralized Systems.
Inspired by WERF’s project on When to Consider Distributed Systems in an Urban and Suburban Context, students at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, created a new guidance document on decentralized systems as part of their Master’s Thesis Project.