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Water & wastewater news, March 2009

EPA assess safe drinking water needs

A recent survey by the US Environmental Protection Agency assesses the need for future investment in drinking water.


Mazzei Injector Company has developed a pipeline flash reactor (PFR) for post-treatment aeration or pure oxygen injection in wastewater treatment applicati


ITT has developed what it calls “probably the world’s most comprehensive wastewater treatment web” designed for professionals and lay persons understand wa


The US$800 million stimulus package unveiled by President Barack Obama in the US could fast track 400 wastewater projects valued at US$6 billion.


The Brazilian market for water and wastewater treatment is forecast to grow 20% per year over the next three years.


Thames Water Utilities Limited, the UK's largest water and sewerage company, has laid off 300 employees as part of a restructuring programme, and in respon


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


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


Dow Water Solutions has started the construction of a US$15 million Water Technology Development Center at the Dow facilities in Tarragona, Spain.


Ultrafiltration specialists Seccua GmbH and Nitto Denko/Hydranautics have signed a co-operative agreement to develop new markets in the field of ultrafiltr


Black & Veatch’s Katrine water treatment project has won the prestigious Saltire Society Award for Civil Engineering in 2008.


Demand for membranes in South Africa is set to increase, with the market tripling by 2014, according to new report by market analysers Frost and Sullivan.


GE Water & Process Technologies has expanded its production facilities located in Sorocaba, São Paulo, Brazil.


Catalyx, Inc has piloted a patent-pending forward osmosis system for the recycling of difficult to treat, high biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and high che


Toray Industries and China Blue Star have created a joint venture for water treatment in Beijing, China.


Siemens Water Technologies has been awarded the sole license for the global manufacture and supply of products, service and replacement parts in ITT's Port


The US$800 million stimulus package unveiled by President Barack Obama in the US could fast track 400 wastewater projects valued at US$6 billion.


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