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Water & wastewater news, October 2015

Calgon Carbon Corp will have new senior leadership and operating divisions in place from 1 January 2016.

 

The Swiss winter resort of Lauterbrunnen is to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant with membrane technology from WABAG to deal with seasonal peak loads.

 

De Nora Water Technologies has introduced a new generation of its ClorTec® on-site sodium hypochlorite production systems. The company says that they featu

 

US company Blake Gratton has introduced the Fit Bottle, which is claimed to make water fit for drinking anywhere. The Fit Bottle has filter and Activ-Flo t

 

Fred Wiesler has joined membrane technology company QUA as director of sales and marketing.

 

The Clear Genius™ water filtration system has been developed to eliminate the estimated 43 million plastic replacement filters used in home water filtratio

 

The National University of Singapore (NUS) has launched a consortium to bring together academics and industry partners to promote membrane-related research

 

Increasing energy efficiency through the adoption of readily available wastewater management technologies can slash related emissions by nearly half, accor

 

US water purification technology company Aquatech is to provide a water treatment facility that includes a Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) plant for a coal to

 

A way of improving the performance of submerged aerated filter (SAF) package wastewater systems has been outlined by WPL Ltd engineering manager Tim Hollow

 

Canada’s Ovivo Inc has been awarded two major contracts in the US municipal market, together worth C$13 million.

 

WEFTEC 2015 was the largest and most successful event to date, attracting 25,048 registrants and 1,033 exhibitors, reports organiser the Water Environment

 

Evoqua Water Technologies is adding three products to its Ionpure® range which allow high-purity industrial water processes to achieve more than 90% water

 

Ovivo Inc has signed a multi-year agreement with Germany’s Microdyn-Nadir to service the US membrane bioreactor (MBR) market.

 

As part of its plan to become energy neutral by 2023, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) is evaluating GE's new ZeeLung

 

At WEFTEC 2015, Koch Membrane Systems (KMS) launched PULSION™ MBR, the next generation of its PURON membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology for industrial and

 

At WEFTEC 2015, GE introduced its ZeeLung Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology for municipal wastewater treatment plants, which is claimed to

 

At the WEFTEC 2015, Pentair launched flux enhancement technology for its tubular X-Flow membrane modules. Designed for treating industrial wastewater with

 

ITT Corp’s C’treat and Bombas Goulds de Mexico (BGM) brands have formed an alliance to deliver large-scale seawater, potable water and high-purity water so

 

OneWater® Inc. has won the 2015 Innovative Technology Award from WEF for the Algaewheel® wastewater treatment process. The company’s Chief Technology Offic

 

OriginClear Inc has completed the acquisition of Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc (PWT), a designer, builder and service provider for industria

 

Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology (IGB) in Stuttgart, Germany, have adapted a wastewater treatment co

 

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