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Water & wastewater news, December 2017

inge GmbH reports that its membrane technology has been adopted in numerous large-scale projects around the world.


From 1 January 2018, the Indutrade Group will have eight business areas, instead of the current six.


MGX Minerals partner PurLucid Treatment Solutions has partially commissioned the commercial-scale NFLi lithium recovery system at its Calgary facility.


Evoqua CEDI modules in IWPP project


Letter of intent to conduct field tests of graphene-based product for water decontamination in oil and gas industry.


Veolia to engineer and procure the raw and demineralized water treatment systems for the new Hickory Run power plant.


De Nora partners with Japanese engineering company JFE Engineering to upgrade the largest water purification plant in the Philippines.


Xylem Inc has is acquiring Canadian asset management, technology and services company Pure Technologies Ltd in a US$397 million deal.


Ebara Vietnam Pump Co Ltd delivers nine energy saving pumps to a filtration plant operated by a public water supply company in Da Nang, Vietnam.


Fluence has signed a framework agreement with partner Jiangsu Jinzi Environmental Science and Technology Company.


De.mem Ltd secures new contracts in Australia worth approximately A$200 000 through its recently acquired subsidiary Akwa-Worx Pty Ltd.


Alfa Laval is showcasing its latest marine innovations at Marintec China.


Grundfos and Novozymes have entered into an open innovation collaboration to find new solutions to the world’s water challenges.


A graphene water filter that turns whisky clear, CTI-Orelis’s acquisition of CeraMem assets and a record breaking marine scrubber.


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Polyethylene membrane-based filters that allow food and industry processors to recycle up to 95% of their wastewater for reuse.


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The membrane elements perform at an average flow rate of 2,800 gallons per day and have a minimum salt rejection of 98.5%.


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