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Water & wastewater news, September 2014

WEF to present Xylem with Innovation Technology Award

 

Canada’s GLV Inc has unveiled plans to sell its Pulp and Paper division and become a pure-play water treatment company.

 

Flows.com, an online distributor of flow system components has published a whitepaper, Wading through the New Lead-Free Laws Guide to the Safe Water Drinki

 

Xylem Inc has provided ultrafiltration solutions for the upgrade of the Santa Eufemia municipal water treatment plant, north of Oporto in Portugal.

 

Schroeder Industries has developed a new version of its TestMate Particle Counter (TPM) and a new Sensor Monitoring Unit (SMU).

 

A scientist from the University of Minnesota has received a grant from The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation (NGWREF) to develop a

 

APATEQ's integrated membrane technology has won it the European Technology Innovation Leadership award, presented by market researchers Frost and Sullivan.

 

Skywell LLC has launched a new range of air water dispensers which use moisture from the air to create drinking water.

 

GE Intelligent Platforms says that the City of Cincinnati’s Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) is using its Proficy Software platform to improve its wet wea

 

Nano Sun, a start up company at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has launched a multifunction water filtration membrane which, it says,

 

Wigen Water Technologies will provide its first large scale Universal Ultrafiltration Skid system in North America for the city of Santa Barbara’s El Ester

 

Calgon Carbon Corp is to provide reactivation services to treat Palmdale Water District’s drinking water under a 10-year contract.

 

Grundfos has named Okay Barutçu as its new regional managing director for the Asia Pacific.

 

Hydro International has set up an office in Singapore as a base for its growing business across the Asia Pacific region.

 

Xylem says that it has successfully completed testing a water treatment system that can remove water contaminates to within safe regulatory limits.

 

Croft Additive Manufacturing has developed its Straightliner Filter using additive manufacturing (AM).

 

Contech Engineered Solutions LLC has acquired the assets of Filterra Bioretention Systems from Americast Inc.

 

ItN Nanovation AG has received an order from Veolia Water in Saudi Arabia to deliver ceramic flat sheet membranes and accessories for a water treatment pl

 

Under a US$7.3 million contract with Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Xylem Inc will design, install and commission an expansion and upgrade of the existing We

 

RosRAO, a subsidiary of Russian nuclear giant Rosatom has won a contract to filter radioactive tritium out of the contaminated water collected at the Fukus

 

Canada-based Sonitec-Vortisand Inc has set up a subsidiary and new office in Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

 

Grundfos Group executive vice president Søren Ø Sørensen is to leave the Danish pump manufacturer at the end of this year, after almost 26 years with the c

 

Caloris Engineering LLC plans to introduce its Caloris Cubix Evaporator design at Weftec 2014 which takes place in New Orleans, USA, at the end of Septembe

 

A new purifier from 3M, Donaldson's acquisition in the United Arab Emirates and the GEA realignment were the most popular breaking stories on Filtration+Se

 

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