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Water & wastewater news, July 2018

Amiad Water Systems Ltd acquires 40% of the issued and outstanding share capital of its Indian subsidiary from its local partner.

De Nora introduces ozone generators

Alternative water treatment for Asian market.


Standard Lithium Ltd commissions Saltworks Technologies Inc to design and build a novel, selective crystallization pilot plant.


New hollow fibre NF membrane technology.


Grundfos is opening its global customer forum to the world through a virtual conference.


ProAct Services provides on-site treatment services of contaminated water in all 50 US states.


Allows customers to resolve potential issues.


Mark Vernon succeeds Aldo Petersen who is retiring from the board.


Los Angeles-based PolyCera Membranes hires Chad Dannemann as business development engineer.


Smart membrane technology using graphene oxide


New product line to be manufactured in Singapore.


De Nora is providing water disinfection systems to Hong Kong’s Water Supplies Department for ten water treatment plants.


Low-fouling RO membrane


NTU, Singapore spin-off Nano Sun launches its 3D-printing facility to manufacture a new type of water treatment membrane.


Grundfos and PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, sign an MoU to jointly develop efficient water technologies and solutions.


Xylem to become the Manchester City Football Club’s Official Water Technology Partner.


BakerCorp is a multinational provider of tank, pump, filtration and trench shoring rental solutions for industrial and construction applications.


Initiative aims to raise awareness of water scarcity.


Severn Trent Water selects Evoqua’s BioMag system to increase output and reduce phosphorus at its Rugby Sewage Treatment Works in the UK.


H2O Innovation secures four new industrial projects in North America worth C$3.1 million, bringing the company’s project sales backlog to C$55.1 million.


The combined company will keep the Fluidra name and continue to be listed on the Spanish stock exchange.


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