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Water & wastewater news, December 2014

Aquamedix receives final reports from special pathogends laboratory for point of use CleanSpary faucet filters.


Limburg Filter has won a “Maastricht Toppers Award” in recognition of the company’s knowledge development and innovation.


BP Ventures has invested in Canadian specialist water treatment firm Saltworks Technologies.


Tests on sewage recycling technology at a Scottish waste treatment facility have proved “promising” engineers have revealed.


Evoqua Water Technologies has introduced one of its key products for industrial applications to the Asian market.


Danish pump maker Grundfos has been awarded a S$1.4 million grant by the Singapore Environment and Water Industry Programme Office to develop a novel waste


American Water Chemicals will be changing its company name to Alkema Solutions from the start of next year.


Michael Caliel will join Layne Christensen Co as president and CEO from 2 January 2015.


The vast majority of China’s urban population are concerned about the condition of their water supply, a new report has found.


Boston, USA-based Desalitech has raised US$11 million in equity funding from a group of private investors led by Spring Creek Investment Management LLC.


A $5m contract to provide storm water storage and management at two new railway stations in Saudi Arabia has been completed.


GLV Inc has completed the sale of its Pulp & Paper Division to 9027173 Canada Inc, a corporation owned by Richard and Laurent Verreault, for C$67 million.


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