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Water & wastewater news, July 2021

The facility will open this autumn.

 

Products include point-of-entry water softeners, filters and ultrafiltration systems.

 

Civil works are already in progress.

 

Future episodes will focus on biomimicry, and how water pollution and water scarcity are connected.

 

Company is also adding temporary power equipment to its rental product offering.

 

Has signed a purchase option for a plot of land at the High Tech Systems Park.

 

The Leopold Texler system uses hydrophobic geotextile, a woven HDPE which naturally repels water and reduces the need for cleaning.

 

The spacer patterns have the potential to reduce fouling and scaling in the element.

 

Suez Water Technologies & Solutions will be the exclusive provider of membranes.

 

The Simplex 72X strainer is cast in ductile iron and is suitable for applications up to 10 bar at operating temperatures up to 120 °C.

 

The pilot plant achieved 98% water recovery from a complex, mixed industrial wastewater with high organics and variable water chemistry.

 

Featuring Lydall, NX Filtration and Porvair.

 

Adds hollow fiber membrane and module production and technologies.

 

The installation will take Whitefox to over 150 MGY of installed membrane capacity in the US.

 

The technology makes it possible for industries to safely reuse up to 95% of their wastewater and minimise water consumption and pollution.

 

The nanofiltration system will supply the Rumah Sakit Cipto Mangunkusomo hospital with clean potable water.

 

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