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Water & wastewater news, February 2021

Ozopure creates autonomous testing system

OZCAR helps clients decide whether ozone could be the right treatment technology for their application.

Warden Biomedia MBBR moves to pilot plant trials

The MBBR has been developed in conjunction with Cranfield University through a three-year £300,000 Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership.


Adrian Chiu will join Pentair’s executive leadership team.


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


Will install a Whitefox ICE membrane dehydration system.


ProMinent installed the water treatment system.


Contract covers the supply, supervision, installation and commissioning of the packaged plants.


BIO-CEL EASY modules are a combination of ultrafiltration membrane sheets and an AISI 304 stainless steel frame.


Featuring our coronavirus coverage, Valmet and Porvair


Acquires remaining 76% stake in Spain’s Genesys Membrane Products.


Will regenerate and recycle the resins used in mobile water treatment.


The awards offer a total of US$1 million for solutions to the challenges of water scarcity.


The Ultra PX recovers up to 60% of wasted energy when applied to UHPRO systems.


The water technology company earns top marks on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index.


Adds screening, sedimentation and filtration solutions.


The aerator's features include effective water circulation, clogging prevention and no compressed air.


PuriFLY adds a second filtration stage which uses a hollow fibre membrane with extremely small pore diameters in addition to activated carbon.


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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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