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Food plant sees biogas benefits

A look at an anaerobic digestion technology from an Australian environmental engineering and green energy company.

Recovery of potato proteins from potato starch wastewater

Potato starch wastewater contains high-concentration potato proteins which have great potential in the fields of food and healthcare.


The INNOQUA project aims to demonstrate that nature based-processes can treat wastewater - including the use of earthworms and water fleas.


A look at emerging trends in membrane science and technology for sustainable desalination and circular economy solutions.


Scientists at a European university have developed a mini mobile water treatment plant which could bring clean drinking water to one billion people.


This study tested different carbon-fiber fabrics as current collectors and laminated them successfully with ion-exchange membranes.


A look at the role of compressed air purification as a safe alternative to contaminated air.


Research trends in forward osmosis technology over the last 20 years were analyzed.


Membranes with a wave pattern on the surface are proposed to alleviate microalgal fouling and increase the membrane flux.


A mill in Asia is using a chloride removal system to optimise the recovery process as hardwood cellulose is transformed into pulp for textile fibres.


A look at a technology which uses humidity in the air to create clean drinking water, potentially making fresh water accessible worldwide.


The economics of CO2 removal from biogas using composite carbon molecular sieve (CCMS) membranes were evaluated.


MIT researchers explored the use of monovalent selective electrodialysis reversal in improving groundwater quality for irrigation.


Albert Cho, vice president and general manager at Xylem, discusses how utilities are responding to Covid-19 with digital technologies.


Mike Clark, division president of High Efficiency and Specialty Filtration at Hollingsworth & Vose discusses key issues of air pollution and filtration.


An environmental-friendly procedure was developed for the fabrication of pure silicon carbide membranes on macroporous SiC support via ceramic processing.


This review showcases current research trends concerning UF membrane applications and processes.


How a self-contained filtration and fluid recovery system solved an oil contamination problem in grinding machines at a specialist tool manufacturer,


A light conducting photocatalytic membrane for effective fouling reduction during water treatment.


Here we look at how dust extraction systems work and why they are so important to protect the health of the workers, and the quality of the final product.

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Latest initiatives from Camfil, Xylem, Ahlstrom-Munksjö & more.


The initial goal is to provide Region Stockholm with 100 000 CamProtect masks per week.


Potato starch wastewater contains high-concentration potato proteins which have great potential in the fields of food and healthcare.

What’s coming up…
Jun ’20

Indonesia's water, wastewater and recycling technology event.

Jun ’20

International exhibition for process, drinking & wastewater in Asia.

Jun ’20

The basics in nonwoven manufacturing and process knowledge.

Apr ’20

Water and wastewater event for developing Asia.

May ’20

Online course giving an in-depth understanding of meltblown and nanofibre technologies, and how they are used in filtration.