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Water & wastewater news, May 2010

Envirogen Technologies Inc has secured new contracts for odour control systems based on its biofiltration technology at municipal wastewater facilities in

 
Thermo Fisher Scientific launches solution for water and beverage analysis

EQuan MAX is an automated, high throughput Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS) solution for the analysis of contaminants in water and beverages

 

The Sievers InnovOx on-line Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analyser will allow users to analyse challenging water samples on a routine basis without requiring

 

The contract was awarded by Theiss Degremont, the design and construction contractor for the Project currently being built on the Bass Coast near the town

 

Adil Dhalla is the new co-chair and director for the NUS-GE Singapore Water Technology Centre in Singapore.

 

Dow Water & Process Solutions is expanding its production plant in Fombio, Italy to manufacture uniform particle size (UPS) copolymers used in the company’

 

The Zimpro wet air oxidation technology will treat wastewater at PetroChina’s Daqing ethylene plant projects in Heilongjiang Province, China.

 

Larsen & Toubro awarded the contract for the Phase II extension of Quatar’s Doha South sewage treatment works.

 

The fuel cell-based device turns scum into more than 20,000 gallons of pure water per day, makes medical-grade oxygen and runs on the sun.

 

The 75,000 barrel per day produced water treatment package will be installed on an offshore facility in the South China Sea.

 

The combined anaerobic and aerobic project includes Biothane’s Biobed EGSB (expanded granular sludge bed) technology and an upgrade of the existing aerobic

 

The eleven ABF filtration systems were chosen for the Changi NEWater plant for their filter design, self-cleaning capabilities and proven operation in Sing

 

The Seymour-Capilano plant in Metro Vancouver is the result of a partnership between the Government of Canada, the Province of British Columbia and Metro V

 

Peak Energy Service’s wholly owned subsidiary, Sanitherm, has won wastewater treatment contracts in Alaska, Nunavut and New York.

 

Sembcorp and PUB, the national water agency, have opened the fifth and largest NEWater plant which will enable NEWater to meet 30% of Singapore’s total wat

 

The water treatment system will be used on the Pemex platform and is designed to remove free oil from 800 barrels of storm/wash water per day.

 

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