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Water & wastewater news, November 2020

ISO updates standards for irrigation wastewater

Standards maximise benefits and reduce related risks incurred in agricultural irrigation systems.

 
Model filter system shows removal of antibiotics

The model was used to remove amoxicillin, cefalexin, sulfadiazine and tetracycline.

 

The NoAir technology uses high-temperature solar heat and a hybrid of desalination technologies to purify high salinity water.

 

ZERO provides 3 litres of water per minute and is powered by Aquaporin Inside, the company’s technology that uses nature’s own aquaporins.

 

The ultra-high recovery with 1% brine eliminates the need for a more costly and energy-intensive thermal evaporator.

 

The sustainable desalination project is due to complete in mid-2021 and will create 20,000 litres of clean drinking water.

 

Jim McGivern joins the Newterra board.

 

Listeners can stream episode one of the new series now.

 

Fred Wiesler brings global business development and membrane industry experience to the company.

 

Will supply seven ballast water treatment systems.

 

Companies enter exclusive supply agreement.

 

Paulus joined the company earlier this year as chief operating officer.

 

Investment made through Mann+Hummel Corporate Ventures.

 

The call for extended abstracts will close on 1 February 2021.

 

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