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Filtration and Separation news, May 2009

US-based Zeus Inc. has developed new technology in the field of electrospinning for applications that include the filtration industry.

 

One of the world's largest river water desalination plants has opened in Catalonia, Spain. Operated by Aigues Ter-Llobregat and GE Water, the desalination

 

ExxonMobil Chemical has added a new resin, ExxonMobil™ PP 3885E1 polypropylene, to the Vistamaxx™ speciality elastomers and polypropylene (PP) solutions fo

 

DelStar Technologies, Inc. has developed a meltblown filter media that is biodegradable and compostable.

 

Bord na Mona Environmental Products have announced plans for the launch of new rainwater harvesting and wastewater reuse systems, in the form of a new comp

 

US company FilterSense has developed new Liquid Mist Flow Monitors.

 

The City of Highland Park, Illinois, USA has awarded Siemens a multi-million dollar contract to provide a Memcor submerged membrane filtration system for i

 

The Biomine division ofUpfront Chromatography A/S has introduced the Rhobust® Whey Refinery – a new cost-effective, large-scale chromatography platform for

 

Chinese suppliers of flue gas desulphurisation systems have installed or have orders for plants with a total electrical capacity of over 500,000 MW.

 

VICTREX® PEEK™ high performance polymer has been selected by PoroGen Corporation for its new PEEK-SEP membrane technology for the separation of liquids and

 

Filtration+Separation has produced a new interactive webinar in association with GE Energy. This online webinar is free to access.

 

US company Parkson Corporation has opened a Water Research Facility (WRF) in Pompano Beach, Florida – near the company’s headquarters in Fort Lauderdale.

 

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Geosynthetics conference and exhibition.

 
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Launch of Water Indonesia looks at a sustainable water future in south east Asia.

 
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Takes place at the Nonwovens Institute, NC State University.

 
 
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Exhibition of technologies, products and accessories for the winemaking industry.