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Water & wastewater news, August 2021

Xylem invests in water's next generation

Young people have a leading role to play.

 
WEF announces robust health protocols for WEFTEC

Every individual who participates in WEFTEC 2021 will be required to comply with health protocols.

 

Eshani Jha's invention targets certain classes of contaminants, particularly pesticides, emerging contaminants, and heavy metals.

 

Will recover caustic from wastewater streams for reuse in the textile industry.

 

The programme helps helps existing customers to upgrade their ClorTec on-site sodium hypochlorite generators.

 

For the first time, the Innovation Award also welcomes entries from non-exhibitors such as start-ups, universities and other organisations.

 

The Delaware Basin Wastewater Recycling Project, achieved produced water rates exceeding 140,000 barrels per day.

 

The project involves the installation of ultrasonic technologies that do not harm the environment.

 

The Navajo water project is a part of a pilot scheme to solve the serious water crisis for the native American community.

 

The Indianapolis company sells and services a range of pumps and filter systems.

 

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