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Stopping leaks with Xylem's digital solutions

How cloud-based technology will enable water companies to revolutionise their systems and processes, and think and work smarter.

CETCO's cleaner egg washing process

When a major egg washing facility was faced with a high level of BOD in its discharged effluent, it contacted CETCO.


Different nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membranes were tested in both laboratory and field studies.


When a Danish town looked to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant, a solution was found in the Densadeg XRC* Extreme-rate Clarifier from SUEZ.


How a temporary solution at a wastewater treatment plant was implemented while contractors built a new rotating biological contactor (RBC) system.


At a WWTW, problematic lobe air blowers in its biological air flooded filter were replaced with VSD, low-pressure, rotary screw blowers from Atlas Copco.


José Larios, CEO of Celeros Flow Technology, discusses what it is like to launch a new venture during a global pandemic.


A water filtration specialist solves the problem of excess flue gas condensate water at a waste-to-energy plant in Finland.


Lanxess is providing simple, affordable solar-powered water treatment to a Kenyan village.


Global water treatment company Pentair is developing a compact ultrafiltration membrane element for its X-Flow product line.


Scotland's Castle Moffat Water Treatment Works uses water from the Whiteadder reservoir and is generating more energy than it uses.


The module will be used by Norwegian oil and gas producer, Equinor in its Johan Castberg subsea development in the Barents Sea.


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.


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


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


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.

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