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Water & wastewater news, May 2019

Alfa Laval receives USCG approval

Customers can now select any PureBallast 3 system configuration for use in US waters.

IDA World Congress returns to Dubai

The Congress will take place 20-24 October in Dubai.


Wigan-based ATG UV Technology Ltd manufactures ultraviolet (UV) light disinfection systems used in municipal, aquatics and industrial applications.


Designed to produce ingredient water for the food and beverage industry.


The Cerahelix filters will operate as a single stage treatment system.


Effective screening is one of the most important process steps in a wastewater treatment plant.


The expansion includes an upgrade of its balancing equipment and a first-of-its-kind centrifuge balancing bunker.


Veolia Water Technologies will supply a BioDenipho biological treatment process, a Hydrotech Discfilter system and an Aquavista digital solution.


Increases sustainability of anaerobic digestion.


The MIT Water Innovation Prize is a start-up competition run by MIT Water Club network for water research and innovation.


Avista formulates and supplies reverse osmosis specialty chemicals and provides technical support for membrane‐based water treatment systems.


Tests on the new ultra-high-pressure reverse osmosis technology have achieved good results.


Xylem teams up with Manchester City FC and Heineken to produce ‘Raining Champions’ limited edition beer.


Ulrik Gernow joins Grundfos from the LEGO Group.


Static and mobile skid-mounted filtration systems ensure low turbidity water supply.


The disc and screen self-cleaning filters are used mainly to remove suspended solids in the water.


Minnesota Twins fans can now bring their own reusable water bottles to fill up at nine Pentair Water Filtration Stations located throughout Target Field


The Oakland wastewater treatment plant in Topeka, Kansas will generate up to 530 SCFM of RNG each year with the Suez Methanis membrane biogas upgrade.


The plant is currently producing an average of 150kL of drinking water per day.


The technology treats produced water in the natural gas industry.


Featuring Mann+Hummel, Koch Membrane Systems and Suez.


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


BASF has signed an agreement to acquire ultrafiltration membrane specialist inge watertechnologies AG.


While oil floats on water, achieving good separation and a high quality water stream is difficult. Louis van Schie explains how the Suparator oil separator


Envirogen Technologies, Inc has been awarded a contract by American Pacific Corporation (AMPAC) to provide a large-scale fluidised bed bioreactor (FBR) sys


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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