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Water & wastewater news, September 2013

GE and memsys celebrate landmark

Hydro launches vortex separator in UK

The company's First Defense vortex separator is well-established in the US


Pentair Ltd is setting up a joint venture with Saudi Arabia’s Ali Abdullah Al Tamimi Co to manufacture, sell and service Pentair’s products in the country.


Xylem Inc has secured a US$517 000 contract to develop and install a secondary wastewater treatment solution that will eliminate effluent odour problems an


Wabag Wassertechnik AG has been awarded two new contracts for its BIOPUR biofiltration process in Switzerland and Spain.


WesTech Engineering’s board of directors has appointed Rex Plaizier as the company’s new president and CEO.


LiqTech International Inc’s silicon carbide (SiC) membranes are now National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) certified, making them approved for use in drinkin


Nijhuis Water Technology has acquired UK turnkey solutions provider H2OK Water and Energy.


United Envirotech Ltd has signed a RMB286 million 30 year Transfer-Operate-Transfer (TOT) cum Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) agreement with Hong Wei District


Gretchen McClain has stepped down as president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Xylem Inc.


Reed Elsevier has announced the winners of the 2013 Reed Elsevier Environmental Challenge, which supports innovative solutions to improve sustainable acces


BluMetric Environmental Inc has signed an exclusive agreement with LG Electronics to represent the South Korean company’s water and wastewater treatment me


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