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Water & wastewater news, September 2012

Xylem Inc is supplying its Sanitaire ICEAS biological technology for a new wastewater treatment plant in Brazil.

 

Did you know it takes 100,000 gallons of water to produce a single megawatt hour of electricity?

 

The TMH20 line of reverse osmosis membrane products have been approved for use with drinking water.

 

Hydro International’s Dynasand and Dynasand Oxy vertical sand filters have been installed at Scottish Water’s sewage treatment works in Ashgill, Coalburn a

 

SiC ceramic membrane specialist LiqTech International Inc has entered into a cooperation agreement with Denmark’s Provital Solution A/S to jointly penetrat

 

Pentair Inc shareholders have voted to approve the company’s all-stock merger with Tyco International Ltd’s flow control business.

 

In its first year as a standalone company, Xylem Inc has been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and the Dow Jones Sustainability North A

 

GE is to design an integrated evaporator system for Athabasca Oil Corp’s 12 000 barrels per day Hangingstone oil sands operation near Fort McMurray in nort

 

Ecologix Environmental Systems has started up an advanced, end-to-end wastewater treatment facility on Russia’s Russky Island.

 

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