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Water & wastewater news, March 2010

Biorem Inc has secured a C$760 000 order for an odour control system from a municipal wastewater treatment facility in Canada.


Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co Ltd has selected ITT Corp to provide a desalination pretreatment system to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.


The LT series watermakers, from Parker Racor, offer fresh water independence for ocean crossings, extended voyages or cruising, where dock water supplies a


Approval for ClearBallast, a jointly development between Hitachi Plant Technologies and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, is based on the Procedure for Approval


PERF (Petroleum Environmental Research Forum) selected Siemens to test the viability of using a Petro MBR (membrane bioreactor) pilot unit to treat refiner


The $500,000 water treatment facility, recently installed by Amiad, in Waku Kungo, Angola is the first combined-use water treatment plant in Africa


Thermo Fisher have announced that Nanopure-purified water can be used in scientific applications which are sensitive to samples containing bacteria, pyroge


The UV-Tronic+ V5 PLC controller links to a UV disinfection system’s SCADA control system, allowing users to set up the UV system’s operating parameters to


The four new residential RO (reverse osmosis) elements from Dow Water & Process Solutions will replace the existing product line of Dow Filmtec solutions


Duoyuan Global Water Inc has appointed David Nickols to its board of directors.


In the UK, ITT Water & Wastewater (ITT WWW) has set up ITT Projects, a 12-strong team responsible for project management, implementation and installation o


Switzerland’s Von Roll Holding AG has signed an agreement to acquire BHU Umwelttechnik GmbH, a German water and wastewater treatment engineering company.


GE’s advanced filtration membranes and thermal water treatment technology will be used to treat mine water, enabling approximately 99% of the water to be r


Biwater AEWT has delivered all four reverse osmosis trains on time to the Santa Monica Water Treatment Plant in Los Angeles, California.


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Envirogen Technologies, Inc has been awarded a contract by American Pacific Corporation (AMPAC) to provide a large-scale fluidised bed bioreactor (FBR) sys


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