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Water & wastewater news, April 2020

Aquaporin membranes cut hemodialysis water costs

Aquaporin Inside membrane modules are used in forward osmosis systems to facilitate rapid and highly selective water transport across the cell membrane.


The company is eliminating the role of chief operating officer.


Customers and partners worldwide asked to nominate non-profit organizations to receive grant funding.


The units will be designed, engineered and built in the US.


PURELAB Quest produces all types of laboratory water directly from a tap water input.


The partnership includes a close commercial collaboration between the two companies.


Fluoro-Sorb resists competitive adsorption from other water and sediment contaminants.


The company is seeing significant growth.


Walter Lamparter transitions to an external advisor role.


The technology is already in use in mineral, bacteria, and corrosion management.


The chlorine dioxide systems treat and disinfect medical wastewater.


Decision taken to prevent further losses.


Culligan retains AquaVenture’s Quench operating segment.


MicroGas technology is based on direct microbubble induction.


For use with wastewater, potable water, in the pharmaceutical and food industries, for disinfection, sterilisation and reverse osmosis.


The Serdo water scheme is now providing 5,000 litres per hour of safe water.


Clarity offers data logging of discharged water and real-time alarm notifications.


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


NX Filtration's direct nanofiltration membranes seek to offer strong advantages to meet the challenges of water scarcity.


The membrane elements perform at an average flow rate of 2,800 gallons per day and have a minimum salt rejection of 98.5%.


The design and engineering of MBBR and IFAS wastewater treatment plants is full of obstacles and mistakes made can be hard to remedy.


A relatively recent development in membrane processes, Ken Sutherland looks at the rapidly expanding field of nanofiltration, its characteristics and its a

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