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Water & wastewater news, April 2013

Biotech specialist Partec has released analytical instruments which use a novel method to determine bacterial counts in drinking water.


LiqTech International Inc has won a US$500 000 order to install its SiC membranes in public pools in the US.


Calgon Carbon Corp has officially opened a state-of-the-art activated carbon custom reactivation facility in Gila Bend, Arizona.


UV disinfection specialist Hanovia has appointed Mark Aston as its new Technical Director.


Global Water Intelligence has published Global Water Market 2014.


Porex Filtration had developed Underdrain Plates to support sand and multimedia filtration beds in municipal, industrial, and residential water treatment p


Hydro International has launched The Hydro StormTrain Series, a comprehensive toolbox of surface water treatment devices in anticipation of the growing nee


BASF has combined its water solutions and oilfield and mining solutions businesses from April 2013.


NanoH2O and inge GmbH are co-hosting a workshop on reverse osmosis (RO) and ultrafiltration (UF) membrane technology in Milan, Italy on 23 April 2013.


Aquatech has won the contract to design and supply a produced water evaporator system for Pengrowth Lindbergh Energy Corp’s SAGD facility in the Cold Lake


Dow Water & Process Solutions (DW&PS) has signed China’s Haier Group as its sixth trademark licencee under the company’s recently launched FILMTEC reverse


GE has commissioned its high-performance LEAPmbr membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology at a wastewater treatment plant owned by the Spanish poultry processi


Hyflux Membrane Manufacturing (S) Pte Ltd (HMM) and Danish pump manufacturer Grundfos Holding A/S have entered into a strategic partnership to develop a st


The Department of Energy and Materials Technology at Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland has achieved a breakthrough in the developmen


Smarter use of data, prioritised upgrades and a 20-year asset management plan are cornerstones of a major study, undertaken by the Drainage Services Depart


Bluewater Bio International has secured a third order for its low energy nutrient removal technology, HYBACS® in South Africa.


GLV Group’s Ovivo business has secured three major contracts from the electronics market, together worth close to C$85 million.


DW&PS says that that is designed to meet growing demand for its line of F-50, F-75 and F-150 models.


Hyflux Ltd subsidiary Hyflux Investment Consultancy and Management Service (Tianjin) Co Ltd has signed two memoranda of understanding (MOUs) to explore dev


LiqTech International Inc, a manufacturer of highly specialized filtration technologies, has named Finn Helmer as the company’s new chief executive officer


Dow Water & Process Solutions has opened a commercial-scale manufacturing facility for its TEQUATIC PLUS fine particle filters in Menlo Park, California, t


Coley Ali has joined Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. as Regional Manager, Western United States and Canada to direct the commercial development of the water an


Dow Water & Process Solutions has launched DOW FILMTEC™ Reverse Osmosis (RO) 75 and 100 gallon per day (GPD) home drinking water membranes at the WQA (Wate


Speciality chemicals company LANXESS is expanding its business in Leverkusen with solutions for water treatment.


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