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

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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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Inge GmbH appoints Antoine Leroux as sales manager and key account manager, for France, Italy, Greece and several Balkan states.

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Veolia is supplying a turnkey solution for water purification at Danone Nutricia’s plant in Wuxi, China.

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Modern Water plc makes the first sale of its proprietary All-Membrane Brine Concentration (AMBC) technology in China.

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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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Adsorption with activated carbon (AC) is a common technique for treating water to high quality; nevertheless, conventional AC entails certain drawbacks.

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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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Research paper 'Water recovery from laundry wastewater by the cross flow microfiltration process' published in Journal of Cleaner Production.

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Activated Carbon manufacturers should offer silver impregnated activated carbon that is compliant with the new Biocidal Products Regulations.

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