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Water & wastewater news, June 2014

Hyflux Ltd has agreed to sell its Hyflux Innovation Centre located on Singapore’s Bendemeer Road to Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust for S$170 million


Griffin Filters LLC parent company Cemtrex Inc has entered into a Letter of Intent to purchase the assets of a foreign, wastewater treatment and bio-energy


Hydro International’s First Defense vortex separator has received approval from the city of Indianapolis in the US for use as a stormwater quality unit.


Michigan State University has developed a separation system that can turn cow manure into clean water.


CP&Y, a consulting firm that offers services in the environmental, transportation, transit, aviation, and specialty engineering services, recently received


International water treatment manufacturer, Waterco has launched the commercial version of its MultiCyclone technology, which was originally designed for d


Pentair showcased its latest innovations and solutions for the reuse, treatment and management of water at the recent Singapore International Water Week (S


Students at a high school in the Philippines have developed a clay-based water filtration system which can provide clean water to a local community.


The UK’s ELGA Process Water is rebranding as Veolia Water Technologies.


Koch Membrane Systems (KMS) has started up the initial phase of its retrofit at the City of Del Rio’s water treatment plant located in Del Rio, Texas. The


Mapal Green Energy, which specialises in floating fine bubble aeration systems (FFBA), has launched the Emergency Deployment Oxidation System (EDOS), desig


Microfiltration specialist ItN Nanovation AG has developed a process for removing radium from contaminated drinking water which, it says, can surpass conve


Water giant Grundfos has launched a new range of lighter weight ultrafiltration booster modules in the US, at the AWWA show.


Hitachi Ltd and Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies SA are to cooperate on water infrastructure projects, mainly in emerging countries.


Canadian water treatment systems manufacturer Newterra has acquired the Crane Water business from diversified industrial manufacturer Crane Co.


Australia’s Clean TeQ has been awarded three odour control projects in the last two months, together valued at A$1.69 million.


GE’s ZeeWeed 1500 ultrafiltration membranes, reverse osmosis and electrodeionization technologies will be used to purify water at IRPC Public Co Ltd’s new


RWL Water Group has changed its name to RWL Water.


Woongjin Chemical America Inc has changed its name to TCK Membrane America Inc.


A technology for circular sludge settlement tanks in wastewater treatment could achieve operating and energy savings for UK water companies.


seepex has supplied eight pumps fitted with Smart Conveying Technology to United Utilities as part of continuous cost saving initiatives.


Lanxess launches seawater reverse osmosis membranes for the first time at Singapore International Water Week.


Pall’s latest acquisition, Mann+Hummel’s investment in Microdyn-Nadir and Veolia Water Technologies’ installation on a floating platform were the most popu


For the first time, visitors to the ASEAN water utility show will find the latest solutions to critical challenges from the US companies in an official US


Vortab Elbow flow conditioner removes swirl for accurate mag meter measurement


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