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Water & wastewater news, November 2014

RWL Water is to supply a water treatment plant for the FGD project that South Korea’s STX Heavy Industries is undertaking at an ENDESA CELTA power plant in

 

The search has started to find cutting-edge wastewater treatment technologies that boost the recovery of energy, nutrients and water itself.

 

Organizers of the world’s largest annual water quality event are looking for speakers on a wide range of subjects.

 

United Envirotech Ltd has signed an agreement with Beijing Drainage Equipment Co Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of state-owned-enterprise Beijing Drainage

 

Evoqua Water Technologies LLC has named Ronald Keating as its new chief executive officer from 1 December 2014.

 

Dow Water & Process Solutions has teamed up with IT giant IBM to develop a new app that will provide accurate water quality predictions for its customers.

 

GLV Inc shareholders have approved the sale of its Pulp & Paper Division to 9027173 Canada Inc, a corporation owned by GLV president and CEO Richard Verrea

 

Flowserve Corp has made a binding €298 million offer to acquire the SIHI Group BV, a global provider of engineered vacuum and fluid pumps and related servi

 

Chinese state-owned conglomerate CITIC Ltd and investment firm KKR have formed a consortium to make a pre-conditional voluntary offer for all the shares in

 

WATERisLIFE and scientists from Carnegie Mellon University have developed “The Drinkable Book”, a manual made of filter paper which also contains informati

 

PUR Water Filtration has launched a new line of drinking water jugs featuring MAXION Filter Technology.

 

Veolia Water Technologies has been awarded a contract by Black & Veatch to supply its Hydrotech Discfilter tertiary filtration plant to Thames Water’s Stan

 

Degrémont has selected Dow Water and Process Solutions to supply its advanced membrane solutions for a pilot energy-efficient desalination project in Abu D

 

Hitachi Zosen Corporation has received approval for a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system for marine engines from its licensor MAN Diesel & Turbo SE

 

Peter Popoff, the president of Parker Hannifin Corp’s Filtration Group, will retire effective 1 February 2015, after a 36 year-career with the company.

 

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