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NewsCTI-Orelis expands in North America with CeraMem acquisition

French membrane separation technology company CTI-Orelis has acquired Veolia Water Technologies’ CeraMem assets.

NewsLanxess adds CCRO module to its LewaPlus design software

Lanxess has added reverse osmosis (RO) and ion exchange (IX) system dimensioning capabilities to its LewaPlus software suite.

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Eaton's filter cartridges for pre-filtration and final filtration of wine

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Riverside, California, USA-based Ejay Filtration Inc is celebrating its 30-year anniversary.

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FloDesign Sonics, Inc. has announced a technology co-development deal to commercialize acoustic-based unit operations.

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Singapore possesses no natural freshwater resources and has to acquire all drinking water either through collection, import or processing.

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Los Angeles, California-based Water Planet has divested its MembranePRO Services business to a group of private investors.

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Thanks to the application-specific combination of different materials in one structure, GKD’s hybrid meshes have improved resistance.

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The article 'Freshwater production from the motion of ocean waves – A review' has been published in Elsevier journal Desalination.

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Flat ceramic membrane produced by combining clay and natural phosphate.

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In a first for the UK water industry, a code of practice for assessing surface water treatment technologies has been published.

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An innovative approach to the installation of a WPL HiPAF wastewater treatment system in the Czech Republic has cut costs.

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Novel hybrid nanostructures were successfully synthesized and used to fabricate thin film nanocomposite membranes.

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A shipping company which specialises in dry cargo needed to install scrubber to ensure that the met the standards for marine SOx compliance.

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