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Water & wastewater news, February 2020

Hydranautics releases membrane projection software

Users can run projections at any time from anywhere.

 

SWAN brings together water utilities, solution providers, academics, investors, regulators and other experts.

 

Five Manchester City fans from across India joined Xylem to build two new sustainable clean water towers in Bangalore.

 

The water treatment plant handles concentrate from dyeing processes.

 

The new technology involves only cooling the moisture extracted from the air, significantly reducing the amount of energy required.

 

The company says that SIRION Advanced can remove up to 98% of dissolved inorganics and over 99% of large dissolved organics, colloids and particles.

 

FiltXPO takes place from 26-28 February in Chicago, Illinois.

 

The UK filter manufacturer has made a £0.75 million investment in its Camberley, Surrey facility.

 

The X-UNIT is made up of the X-TRACT (foreign matter separator) and the X-CUT (cutting unit).

 

NSF/ANSI now require drinking water treatment units to reduce the lead in drinking water to 5 ppb or less.

 

Featuring DuPont, UWE Bristol and Toray.

 

Sean Kennnedy will now manage Sorb and Uat technologies.

 

The Liquinex compact water purification system is the size of a suitcase and weighs under 30 kg,

 

Amazon Filters has supplied a temporary filtration unit and responded to demand for filter cartridges.

 

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