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Andritz signs agreement to acquire Xerium Technologies Inc, a manufacturer of machine clothing and roll covers for paper, tissue and board machines.

 
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Andritz signs a contract to acquire Novimpianti Drying Technology Srl from Novigroup Srl.

 
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Veolia's evaporator technology will be employed in an upgrade of Chung Hwa Pulp's Hualien Mill.

 
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The Veolia technology will enable chloride and potassium removal in a recovery cycle at the Valdivia mill, as part of a dissolving pulp project.

 
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De Nora Water Technologies has expanded its sales force in the Americas with seven new positions over the past year.

 
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Dow Water & Process Solutions will be featuring this in year’s Aquatech Amsterdam (October 31 - November 3) as Principal Sponsor.

 
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Pulp and paper making is one of the most water intensive industrial production processes anywhere. Estimates suggest up to 17.4 m3 of water are required to

 
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One of the largest wood pulp and paper mills in the world has water conservation at the heart of its operations. Extensive filtration and separation techni

 
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This last-but-one article, in Ken Sutherland's series on the smaller end-use equipment application sectors, covers the uses in the whole forest products se

 
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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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