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Water & wastewater news, December 2012

Israel’s Desalitech Ltd is setting up its US headquarters in Massachusetts.


LiqTech International Inc has entered into a non-exclusive OEM agreement with China’s Shanghai Denovo Environment Protection Co Ltd to supply the Danish co


Berson has supplied an InLine+ UV disinfection system to a supernatant recycling system used in the filtration plant of Bathurst Regional Council’s recycli


Two Microtox® M500 monitoring products were successfully used during the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics in London, according to the manufacturer Modern Wate


Culligan Matrix Solutions is expanding its mobile water treatment solutions business in response to increasing demand.


GE is to design, construct, operate and maintain a temporary water treatment plant, using its ZeeWeed ultrafiltration (UF) and MobileRO reverse osmosis (RO


H2O Innovation Inc has secured C$3.1 million in new contracts in the US and Canada.


Calgon Carbon Corp is supplying Sentinel ultraviolet disinfection systems (UV systems) for the Los Angeles Aqueduct Filtration Plant (LAAFP) and the Los An


Ecozi has successfully installed a rainwater harvesting system at the Honda dealership in Manchester, UK.


Xylem Inc. has won a major contract to treat municipal drinking water for a new high-tech industrial zone in Korea.


Modern Water plc, the owner of leading water technologies for the production of fresh water and monitoring of water quality, has opened new offices and lab


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