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Water & wastewater news, September 2019

The upgraded Choa Chu Kang Waterworks (CCKWW) is home to the world’s largest ceramic membrane system.

 
De Nora opens new US$29mn manufacturing plant in Mentor, Ohio

The greenfield facility will produce electrodes.

 

Elsner Engineering Works buys the design and IP rights to SCM Slitter Inc’s element trim saw.

 

Sulzer’s VIEC can be installed in new separators or retrofitted in existing vessels.

 

The company says it is changing the cost equation for brine management and minimal liquid discharge.

 

Candidates have until 15 December to submit their applications.

 

The funding will accelerate the commercialization of its CapCo™ Capacitive Coagulation modules and systems.

 

The BioBooster facility will treat all domestic wastewater, which accounts for 60–70% of the factory’s wastewater.

 

The workshop will cover pretreatment, RO design, cleaning and troubleshooting.

 

The new BIO-CEL MBR module will be on display at WEFTEC.

 

Dr Ben Aim will discuss how membrane separation has the potential to replace deep bed filtration.

 

The system maintains hygienic conditions for water intake, outflow and re-circulation in aquaculture.

 

BS Plastic is currently a supplier of plastic components to LiqTech.

 

Toray, SPX Flow and our Q2 2019 Filtration Mergers & Acquisitions Review.

 

Filinvest-Hitachi Omni Waterworks Inc will provide water solutions across the Philippines.

 

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