Located on the southeast coast of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Al Dur 1 is an independent water and power project —producing 1,234 megawatts (MW) of electricity and 218 000 cubic meters ofdesalinated water per day — which began commercial operations in February 2012.
Providing new sources of potable water for Saudi Arabia’s growing population and expanding industry has been a key preoccupation of the desert country for many years. The Kingdom has relied on desalinated water since the 1950s and is now the largest producer of desalinated water in the world with 60 percent of its water coming from desalination in 2019.
The Spanish capital of Madrid is known for its love of food, for being the sunniest city in Europe, as well as for housing Europe's finest collections of Spanish and Latin American art. It is also about to be the home of our largest manufacturing facility, let’s discover more about this flagship site.
In April 2017 the European Pharmacopoeia Water for Injections (WFI) monograph was revised. For the first time, pharmaceutical manufacturers in Europe were able to choose between distillation systems (hot WFI) and reverse osmosis (RO) based membrane (cold WFI) systems. Five years later some are still shying away from cold WFI despite it being more economical and energy-efficient. So why should you make the switch to 25°C (77°F)?
The importance of sustainability in business is no longer questionable. It is 2022 and it is a business-critical matter regardless of sector or location. In recent years, COVID-19 has understandably dominated much of the attention of the global pharmaceutical market; however, climate change has not disappeared.
The pandemic has positively impacted the growth of the Everything as a Service (XaaS) market due to the almost overnight digitization of several industries. The impact of COVID-19 saw companies from various sectors adopt new technologies to simplify their business operations, ease and optimize work processes and facilitate remote working.
In the face of climate change, Germany has set itself ambitious climate targets in line with the Paris Agreement — the legally binding international treaty that was signed in 2016 during the United Nations’ annual climate change conference. Its purpose is to limit global warming to well below two degrees Celsius, compared to pre-industrial levels.