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Water & wastewater news, January 2015

Residential water treatment firm Aquasana has received a major award.


Smith & Loveless Inc has bought headworks equipment designer Schloss Engineered Equipment Inc.


Anthony Milando will join Xylem Inc from 2 February 2015 as senior vice president for Continuous Improvement and Business Transformation.


A new energy-saving filtration system for wastewater treatment plants has been launched.


Xylem Inc has entered into an exclusive agreement with Nuove Energie SRL to distribute a disk filter system for tertiary wastewater treatment in the US and


Neptune-Benson has bought the ProStrainer product line from ProFlo Inc, expanding the company’s presence in the recreational water market.


The new challenges facing the water industry demand innovative, scientific and technical solutions as well as a political and administrative response.


US WQA Aquatech show offers growth opportunities for drinking water treatment companies.


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GLV Inc has changed its name to Ovivo Inc.


LiqTech International Inc has secured a US$$2.4 million purchase order for a water treatment system based on the company’s SiC membranes as part of an enha


Pennsylvania power plant saves 1.3 million gallons of drinking water per day after installing GE’s advanced water reuse technology.


Cantel Medical Corp has purchased the assets of Pure Water Solutions Inc in a US$11.9 million cash deal.


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