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Water & wastewater news, July 2019

CustoMem changes its name to Puraffinity

The Imperial College London spin-out has rebranded to reflect the broad application of its technology.

 
Watergen’s technology fights South African drought

The company's technology uses humidity in the air to create clean drinking water.

 

De.mem signs a binding agreement to acquire 100% of the Tasmanian water and wastewater treatment systems business Pumptech Tasmania Pty Ltd.

 

Hydro International’s flood services help people, companies and public organisations to understand their current and potential flood risk.

 

The air stripper removes THMs which can form in drinking water.

 

PCI Membranes completes the strategic acquisition of Pentair’s X-Flow Classic Tubular Membrane.

 

M&N Electrical and Mechanical Services Ltd provides servicing, maintenance, refurbishment, equipment hire, parts, spares and new equipment sales.

 

Fluidra will supply and install equipment for 22 pools at the Debrecen Nagyerdei Strand water park in Debrecen, in eastern Hungary.

 

H+E Darcarion Pte Ltd, a Singapore joint venture, will hold 100% of H+E Asia.

 

Based in Monroe, Ohio, Valicor provides non-hazardous wastewater treatment services throughout North America.

 

Biwater ships three reverse osmosis trains to support the Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station in North Carolina.

 

Stand-alone, containerised systems are becoming a mainstream option.

 

Desmi Ocean Guard will provide the CompactClean BMWS for more than 60 chemical tankers by the end of 2023.

 

Alfa Laval is supplying PureBallast systems, worth SEK210 million, to an alliance of Turkish shipowners.

 

After the biological treatment, effluent that is free of nutrients can be disinfected and safely discharged into a nearby river.

 

An adsorbent filter which makes use of carbon nanotubes.

 

The technology uses both chemical treatment and digital monitoring.

 

The analyser can be configured to measure copper or a wide range of other substances.

 

Along with a share purchase, the transaction also includes growth financing for the Steingaden-based Seccua.

 

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