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Water & wastewater news, March 2019

Andritz presents latest technology at POWTECH

The company will be showcasing its pneumatic discharge system for Krauss-Maffei peeler centrifuges.

 

Suez makes the first commercial installation of its MGF system at a water treatment plant at the Glacier Club in Colorado, USA.

 

Information is supplied in real time and historically across Veolia's secure Cloud-based portal.

 

The aquasource Z-XS reduces chemical and water consumption.

 

Xylem employees and stakeholders are coming together from World Water Day (22 March 2019) to Earth Day (22 April 2019).

 

Suez names Yuvbir Singh as CEO of its Water Technologies & Solutions (WTS) division, effective 8 April 2019, succeeding Heiner Markhoff.

 

Neptune-Benson will be the Official Water Quality Sponsor of USA Swimming, the national governing body for the sport of swimming in the US.

 

The units can be used in all drinking water applications.

 

The four new projects – three municipal and one industrial – are in Canada and the US.

 

Grundfos delivers a 4.2% increase in 2018 net turnover to reach a record DKK26.7 billion.

 

Glenmorangie has worked to reduce its impact on the environment by purifying the by-products of distillation.

 

G2O has been using graphene oxide to produce a coating on existing membrane-based filtration systems.

 

Fages will have overall leadership of the segment, including product development, channel expansion and sales.

 

Converting brine into useful products can be both economically and ecologically beneficial.

 

The ‘Closer Than You Think’ campaign will drive awareness of urgent water challenges among millions of football fans around the world.

 

Toray has built on its previous technology to enhance pore diameter control while maintaining sufficient permeability.

 

The valves have been effective on reverse osmosis plants and seawater desalination plants.

 

The pilot plant uses a new type of hollow-fibre membrane.

 

Integrating enzymes into membrane technology, Camfil’s virtual reality experience and Mann+Hummel's Filter Cubes were the most popular stories in February.

 

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