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Water & wastewater news, February 2013

WesTech Engineering Inc has appointed Philip Lake as the new leader of its International Business Unit.


Mitsubishi Rayon Co Ltd has entered into a distributor agreement with the Vietnamese engineering firm Greentech Environment Joint Stock Co in order to stre


Dow Water & Process Solutions and HidroLotus LLC are building the world’s largest surface water ultrafiltration plant in Baku, Azerbaijan.


Water technology company Xylem Inc is to relocate its headquarters to a larger facility in Westchester County, New York later this year.


BioteQ Environmental Technologies Inc has won its first testing contract for the company’s mobile Sulf-IX pilot plant with an industrial company.


Hydro International has entered into a strategic business partnership with Russian water engineering company Ecoline Ltd to supply its stormwater managemen


Matias Amor has joined Koch Membrane Systems (KMS) as regional sales manager, Water and Wastewater for Spain and Portugal.


Membrane specialist and Degrémont SA subsidiary Aquasource has appointed Marc Messerli as its new chief operating officer (COO).


Les Uhlmeyer will head up WesTech Engineering Inc’s new Municipal Water Treatment Business Unit overseeing the Microfloc and General Filter product lines.


Xylem Inc has won a contract to develop a customised water treatment system for the Australian town of Taralga.


AP Moller – Maersk has successfully tested DESMI Ocean Guard A/S’s containerized OxyClean ballast water treatment system (BWTS).


Culligan and arsenic treatment specialists Zilio SpA have provided Acqualatina SpA with Italy’s first large scale water treatment system designed to remove


Hitachi Ltd is to absorb its wholly owned subsidiary Hitachi Plant Technologies Ltd on 1 April 2013 to strengthen its Social Innovation Business.


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PUB, Singapore’s national water agency, and the Dutch water technology company PWN Technologies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collabor


Xylem Inc has entered into a €120 million (US$158 million) financing agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to fund innovative research and deve


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