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Abstracts should be submitted by 1 May 2019.

 
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How SEPURAN Green membrane technology has the potential for Biomethane to replace Natural Gas step by step.

 
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Loudspring extends an €800 000 loan to its daughter company Eagle Filters.

 
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Biomethane from organic waste as a fuel alternative.

 
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Porvair Filtration Group achieves accredited supplier status to the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL).

 
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Water resource management, power generation and clean energy.

 
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How Biochemica Water developed an alternative strategy to clean tower internal packing without removing it.

 
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Filter upgrade of New York power plant.

 
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The latest advances and technical features of nuclear desalination plants are reviewed.

 
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Hybrid electrostatic systems for the removal PM2.5 particles are reviewed.

 
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This study presents an effective way to optimize fabrication parameters of porous membranes for lithium ion battery application.

 
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A look at two heavyweights in coal preparation, which reduced abrasion during the separation process, so decreasing the cost of maintenance.

 
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Building a sustainable future with clean water and energy in the MENA region.

 
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Technology for energy and water infrastructure: unlocking data analytics and IoT.

 
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Toray Membrane (Foshan) Co Ltd will produce and sell water treatment membrane products including RO, NF, UF, MF and MBR solutions.

 
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The orders are from municipal and resource sector customers in Queensland, Australia.

 
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The new technology enable product concentration without heat.

 
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University of Nottingham researchers identify a new concept for reverse osmosis based on the use of a temperature gradient instead of pressure.

 
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Digesters will have the capacity to treat 131 tonnes of dry sludge.

 

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