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The two desalination plants will have a combined water production capacity of 911 000 m3/day.

 
IDA opens World Congress 2021 booking platform

The call for extended abstracts will close on 1 February 2021.

 

The Zero Brine project aims to treat brine as a resource rather than unwanted waste.

 

The 2021 IDA World Congress and exhibition will provide knowledge-sharing and interaction opportunities for participants.

 

Volker Plücker has joined Hengst as group vice president Industrial Filtration.

 

The company undertook the research with the Bioengineering Laboratory and Theoretical Molecular Science Laboratory of Riken.

 

The Serdo water scheme is now providing 5,000 litres per hour of safe water.

 

The new PerforMem software quickly and accurately calculates current plant and laboratory data in relation to a reference point.

 

Ken Napolitano is retiring.

 

The desalination system supplies up to 20,000 litres of drinking water every day to the village and its neighbouring community.

 

The OxyMem drop-in MABR modules enhance the capacity of wastewater treatment plants by helping operators cope with fluctuating process loads.

 

The MSA technology uses silica gel, an inexpensive, non-toxic material to produce a new class of commercial ceramic membranes.

 

FiltXPO takes place from 26-28 February in Chicago, Illinois.

 

The plant is cleaning oil and gas flow back water, achieving almost distillation quality drinking water and reducing waste output by 60-70%.

 

DuPont acquires Desalitech, Inge, Memcor and OxyMem.

 

Toray has undertaken ultrafine-structural analysis of RO membranes with nanometer-sized separation functional layers.

 

The plant minimises brine volume sent for disposal.

 

Inge will supply its ultrafiltration technology for a seawater desalination facility in Singapore.

 

The partnership agreement was signed at the opening ceremony of the West Lake International Water Conference.

 

The platform will promote water quality through nutrient management solutions.

 
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