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Water & wastewater news, June 2020

Lanxess uses combined process to remove solids

The combined process was used to remove total suspended solids (TSS) and borate from the wastewater of an oil refinery.

 
University spin-out develops filtration technology

The team has successfully developed a high-performing membrane coating based around a new class of 2D materials.

 

Covers disc filtration products for the irrigation market.

 

The two companies started working together in 2016.

 

The unit is plugged into wastewater treatment works and gives detailed information about the quality of wastewater going in and out of sites.

 

The acquisition will help Grundfos to tackle global water challenges.

 

The new Microdyn PureULTRA focuses on water treatment and pretreatment to reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) as primary applications.

 

The webinar will take place on 18 June at 9:00 am EDT (2:00 pm BST).

 

Registration opens 13 July and the WEFTEC Connect programme will take place from 5-9 October.

 

The new system bypasses the need for ion exchange beds and chemical treatment processes.

 

It enables users to improve and adjust processes as conditions change.

 

The Micronics Engineered Filtration Group includes Micronics, Southern Filter Media, CP Environmental, United Process Control and AeroPulse.

 

Akvola is hosting a webinar called: 'Simplified design, retrofit and installation of flotation systems'.

 

Rotork’s actuators were selected for this project due to their high duty modulating cycles.

 

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