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Seattle-based Membrion raises US$1.8 million in funding from local investors and the National Science Foundation.

 
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Freudenberg Sealing Technologies, a specialist in sealing products and their application, has released its latest generation of EPDM sealing materials.

 
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A call for papers to be presented to an international audience at FILTECH 2019

 
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BioUrban range harnesses the power of microalgae

 
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Japanese life sciences company YMC Co Ltd enters into a formal agreement to acquire Lewa-Nikkiso America Inc’s pharmaceutical systems business.

 
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ISO standard best practice guide.

 
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This article looks at the science behind biofilms and suggests an answer in liquid based treatment.

 
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Evoqua’s Ionpure CEDI modules success

 
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A guide to the purification process

 
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The design and engineering of MBBR and IFAS wastewater treatment plants is full of obstacles and mistakes made can be hard to remedy.

 
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Chemical treatment is a vital part of wastewater processing for industrial manufacturing.

 
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All BWMS must be approved according to the revised code after 28 October 2020.

 
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Seattle-based Membrion raises US$1.8 million in funding from local investors and the National Science Foundation.

 
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Iron contamination can present a number of problems for water filtration systems for agricultural, industrial and municipal applications. Daniel Ityel of A

 
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Severn Trent signs an agreement for full-scale deployment of the Next FOG STOP technology, which reduces the build-up of fats, oils and grease in sewers.

 
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The need to remove pathogens from potable water supplies is long recognised. In this article the characteristics of pathogen groups are outlined alongside

 

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