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Water & wastewater news, August 2011

Markos Tambakeras will serve as non-executive chairman of the board of Xylem, the water technology business that ITT will spin off later this year.

 

Parkson Corp has appointed Dr Michael Lamminen to lead a new international drive for the company.

 

Anaerobic digesters are now required to handle an increasingly wider type of waste material. Ensuring effective mixing in the digester can make significant

 

Krohne has introduced the WATERFLUX 3070, the only magnetic flowmeter with a Rilsan lined sensor tube.

 

Haya Water is developing the largest ever submerged membrane bioreactor (MBR) plant for a water reuse system in Muscat, Oman.

 

Severn Trent Services - Apliclor will install a TETRA LP Block filter underdrain system at a water treatment works in Catalonia, Spain.

 

US private equity firm Windjammer Capital Investors has acquired the operations of wastewater treatment equipment company JWC Environmental from Joseph Cha

 

Chemical giant BASF has completed its acquisition of German ultrafiltration specialist inge watertechnologies AG.

 

The land-based test of DESMI Ocean Guard A/S’s ballast water treatment system has been successfully completed at the DHI test facility, Denmark.

 

A new ASTM International standard has been created which covers a special grade of industrial woven wire filter cloth for general filtration, including the

 

SolarBee says that its solar-powered mixing technology is now also available in energy-efficient grid-connected models, which can help reduce aeration runt

 

Researchers at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated a measurement technique that tests the mechanical properties

 

The worldwide market for ultrapure water systems and consumables will exceed US$3.8 billion in 2011, due to activity in the semiconductor and power industr

 

Biorem Inc has secured three international orders worth C$2.5 million in total.

 

Koch Membrane Systems (KMS) has supplied its PURON MBR technology and MegaMagnum reverse osmosis membranes to Aquapolo Ambiental project, the largest waste

 

Global investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co LP has entered into a definitive agreement with United Envirotech Ltd for a US$113.8 million convertibl

 

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