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Water & wastewater news, April 2019

The new membrane element gives improved water recovery.


Acquisitions for Pentair, Conmed, De Nora and Valmet.


The technical program will focus on energy and environmental issues related to desalination and water reuse.


Waste at the plant is converted to biogas by a green anaerobic digestion process.


Exhibition will present strategies and new technology to address flooding problems.


Evoqua Water Technologies to design, manufacture and install a new wastewater treatment system in Connestee Falls, North Carolina.


LiqTech International Inc moves from the NYSE American to the Nasdaq Capital Market.


Porvair exhibits water filtration range at the WQA Convention & Exposition.


Digesters will have the capacity to treat 131 tonnes of dry sludge.


The full system will be delivered in 2020.


Three UK water companies select Bluewater Bio Ltd’s FilterClear filtration technology.


The “Sulzer Scholarship for Women in Science and Engineering” aims to support and increase the participation of women in the engineering industry.


DFDS is to install DESMI Ocean Guard A/S’s CompactClean Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) on its existing fleet of vessels.


Toray Membrane (Foshan) Co Ltd will produce and sell water treatment membrane products including RO, NF, UF, MF and MBR solutions.


The treatment system, designed in partnership with Skanderborg Utility, will use two lines of Densadeg XRC.


GWE's waste-to-energy technology will tackle organic contamination in wastewater and turn it into biogas.


De Nora acquires a majority interest in Texas-based Neptune Enterprises LLC, forming De Nora Neptune LLC.


Featuring Donaldson, Suez Water Technologies and Toray.


The service agreement follows on from a scrubber order for 31 vessels last year.


The vertical arrangement of the fibres of vertical lapped materials gives them acoustic characteristics.


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