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Water & wastewater news, October 2017

BlueTech Research and WEF collaborate on innovation

Two leading water sector organisations have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance collaboration around innovation and market trends.

 

Project involves delivery and installation of re-chlorination systems for a municipal drinking water reservoir.

 

Ecuadorian fish processor Irotop awards Fluence $1.7m contract to purify wastewater from its tuna and sardine processing plants.

 

The Lanxess will be showcasing a number of new developments at Aquatech, Amsterdam. (October 31st to November 3rd, 2017).

 

Fluence announces first contract for its 'next generation' SUBRE MABR technology designed for larger, centralized treatment plants.

 

The latest in water desalination, treatment and conservation technologies will be on show at WETEX in Dubai.

 

Katadyn is partnering with relief organizations to help treat contaminated drinking water in Puerto Rico following the impact of Hurricane Maria.  

 

M&A in the filtration and separation sector remained strong in the third quarter.

 

H2O Innovation Inc has announced its largest ultrafiltration contract to date.

 

The Alfa Laval PureBallast 3.1 Compact Flex to leads the way in minimizing footprint and installation costs.

 

ProMinent will present its new controller Aegis II at stand 349 in hall 7 at Aquatech, Amsterdam.

 

Lanxess has added reverse osmosis (RO) and ion exchange (IX) system dimensioning capabilities to its LewaPlus software suite.

 

The AmaLine R (reuse & wastewater) and AmaLine D (drinking water) UV systems by Aquionics have been designed to reduce energy consumption

 

The CompactClean by Desmi is designed to provide treatment of ballast water under all operational conditions encountered by a ship in worldwide trade.

 

De.mem has set up several pilot water treatment plants to validate its proprietary low pressure hollow fibre nanofiltration membrane technology.

 

BakerCorp has completed its largest ever project at an EPA Superfund site.

 

Dow Water & Process Solutions will be featuring this in year’s Aquatech Amsterdam (October 31 - November 3) as Principal Sponsor.

 

Refining the hydrodynamics of a SAF packaged wastewater treatment systems can deliver major reductions in cost and carbon footprint.

 

UK firm Siltbuster is partnering with French company Telstar to treat wastewater generated on a €23 billion subway expansion project.

 

The Algae-Station NC by Chelsea Technologies Group provides water process control operators with a unique monitoring system.

 

Dow's seawater desalination treatment is helping to alleviate Oman’s water scarcity.

 

Kuraray’s acquisition of Calgon Carbon and US Water’s purchase of Tonka Water feature in our most popular news stories in September.

 

Pentair delivers integrated solutions from advanced filtration, desalination and water supply to water disposal, process and control.

 

Fluence Argentina has won a US$2.5m turnkey contract to provide a wastewater and reuse treatment plant for a customer in the food and beverage industry.

 

French utility Suez has sealed its acquisition of GE Water & Process Technologies in a US$3.4 billion deal.

 

Veolia Water Technologies UK is supplying its AnoxKaldnes MBBR technology at Yorkshire Water’s Clayton West Wastewater Treatment Works.

 

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