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Water & wastewater news, December 2013

Bluewater Bio's Bahrain landmark US$20m scheme inaugurated

Bahrain's minister of works and UK ambassador attend unveiling of environmental project.

Anglian Water ‘polishes’ its sand filtration with Hydro International

Confidence in DynaSand demonstrated.


Contract will see Biwater delivering three one million gallons per day RO trains.


Pamas prepares for Analytica 2014.


BakerCorp International has bought Kaselco LLC, a privately-held manufacturer and provider of water treatment solution systems based in Shiner, Texas, USA.


Grundfos Group president Carsten Bjerg has agreed to step down after six years in the role.


Desalitech and Japan’s Toyo Engineering Corp have entered into a strategic partnership to introduce water and wastewater treatment solutions to Japanese, E


Xylem Inc has relocated its corporate headquarters from White Plains to Rye Brook, in New York state.


Australia's Southern Cross University reports on success in Timor Leste.


Global business in partnership with international Water Association at September event.


The Australian event will take place in April and May next year.


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Chemtreat and World Water Works in partnership.


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