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THE MAGAZINE FOR THE DRAINAGE,WATER &WASTEWATER INDUSTRIES


WATER PAGES


Taking advantage of the opportunities that the business has been presentedwith since this launch, has firmly confirmed Evides iswell on itsway to being as recognised in the UK as it is across the rest of Europe.


Evides Industriewater has been operating in Rotterdamsince 1968. The company prides itself on providing an entirewater cycle for its industrial clients that improves the efficiency of business processes, reduces environmental impact and significantly reduces operational risk. Evides Industriewater supplies 100.3millionm³ of processwater and purifies 98.8millionm³ of wastewater every year.


And all of thiswas achieved alongside the company’s decision to launch a UK base that would transfer its skill set into thismarket space.


This decision came on the back of the


company having already carved a reputation as one of Europe’s leadingwastewater treatment andwater reuse businesses and boasting some of theworld’s largest brands as part of its impressive portfolio.


The company boasts clients including BASF, Royal Dutch Shell, Huntsman and AkzoNobel amongst its extensive customer base and – on behalf of these – Evides Industriewater operates 77water treatment,wastewater treatment andwater reuse plants across Europe.


Water wasting countries..


Howdo countries compare on their domesticwater consumption per capita?


The average Canadian uses enoughwater to fill 40 hot tubs, or 200 bathtubs every year. When pitted against other countries, this puts Canada first in line in terms of highestwater consumption per capita in theworld. Part of the reason for this is amyth that Canada has a permanent abundance ofwater.


Canada is home to 20%of theworld’s FOLLOW US


freshwater, leading consumers to believe there’s no risk to using – and, indeed,wasting –water. However, various factors – including climate change, globalwarming, consumer behaviour and governmental policies –mean sustainable water usage needs to be a priority to preserve Canada’swater supply for future generations.


The top 7 countries in theworld for domesticwater consumption per capita are:


Canada (population in thousands: 30889) – 29.1m3


• When you combine domesticwater consumptionwith industrial and agricultural water use, this equates to a massive 2,333m3 per capita.


Armenia (pop. 3090) – 27.3m3


• Armenia’swater usage figure rose between 2009 and 2017 due to expansion of the publicwater supply network to rural areas. Thismeans that,while Armenia’s population decreased by 7%during this period, the


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