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Filtration and Separation news, April 2009

One of the largest power producers in the U.S. has selected Siemens Water Technologies to provide a system to treat wastewater from a Flue Gas Desulphurisa

 

Finnish company Finnchain Oy has developed a new surface scum removal system with reduced water consumption and no energy-consuming devices.

 

The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has launched a new corporate partner programme to integrate and enhance various strands of its business and

 

Severn Trent Services is relocating its European Water Purification Division to the Birch Coppice Business Park near Tamworth, United Kingdom.

 

ELGA has introduced the PURELAB flex water purification system.

 

UK company AirProtekt has supplied a Honeycat Catalytic Oxidation System to a Medium Density Fibre board (MDF) processing plant in Russia.

 

Degrémont Technologies-Ozonia have supplied AQUARAY® UV reactors to two drinking water plants in Paris - the largest drinking water UV contract in Europe

 

Air pollution monitoring market is expected to increase by 20% in 2010, according to latest McIlvaine Air Pollution Monitoring and Sampling World Market Re

 

Donaldson Australasia’s Industrial Group has opened a new warehouse and office in Sydney.

 

Frederick Liberatore has been named as the leader of GE Water's global process separations business.

 

RCI Technologies has introduced the FRS 660-11-DPU-UL - the newest addition to the company’s line of diesel fuel purifiers and fuel recirculating systems.

 

Siemens will be supplying a large-scale pressurised membrane system for a new water treatment plant in East Chicago, Indiana USA.

 

Hydranautics' ESPA2 reverse osmosis (RO) elements have been selected for Australia's Gibson Island Advanced Water Treatment Plant.

 

Water and wastewater treatment solution provider Ashbrook Simon-Hartley have acquired Centriquip Ltd, a centrifuge manufacturer who supply the water and wa

 

Aquatech Global, the organisers behind the Aquatech events in Amsterdam, USA and China, have announced a new Aquatech show in New Delhi, India.

 

Finnish filter manufacturer Larox has established a subsidiary in Russia to offer local service and customer support.

 

GE Energy and Filtration+Separation magazine will be holding a free webinar on 29 April, which will look at consistent performance and increased production

 

GE Water and the National University of Singapore have signed an agreement to establish a water technology centre on the campus of the university.

 

Seccua has launched a drinking water ultrafiltration installation, which has been particularly designed for use in households, small individual water suppl

 

Energy Recovery Inc (ERI) have been awarded a contract by Acciona Agua to provide its PX technology to Acciona Agua's latest desalination plant in Venezuel

 

ITT has announced that John P. Williamson as the new president of its Water & Wastewater business. Williamson replaces Per-Inge Birgersson, who is retiring

 

The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) has completed its acquisition of Rohm and Haas, the advanced material producers. Rohm and Haas is now a wholly owned subsidi

 

Global demand for nonwoven fabrics is projected to climb by 6.9% annually to 2012, according to the latest nonwoven market report by The Freedonia Group

 

While over a billion people still do not have access to safe, clean drinking water, and production processes are affected by water scarcity, Dow and IBM se

 

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