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Water & wastewater news, September 2021

CJ Kurth will oversee technology development, IP creation and defence, production and quality control.

Hydro International supplies stormwater treatment

The advanced stormwater treatment was developed for the Eastways project in Witham, Essex.


Lewatit K 7333 can now be used for oxygen removal in the electronics industry.


Saltworks’ core technologies offer advantages in processing low quality lithium chloride solutions.


MECO operates in the industrial water treatment market.


The decanters will be used to thicken and dewater sludge.


Will drive marketing and business development.


The pilot aims to reduce the extraction of groundwater and the overall water footprint of the paper mills.


Will develop micro-factories for the local and sustainable production of water and other beverages.


The US company manufactures water filtration and clean air technologies for pool, spa and industrial air applications.


Joe Higgins joins from Veolia.


The project was part of a US$568 million upgrade.


The UK company will build bespoke filters and housings for use in water electrolysis.


EBIT up 89%, sales up 18%.


Running from 12-15 October in Lyon, France, Pollutec is the benchmark event for environmental professionals


Featuring Covid-19, Watergen and GEA.


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Polyethylene membrane-based filters that allow food and industry processors to recycle up to 95% of their wastewater for reuse.


BASF has signed an agreement to acquire ultrafiltration membrane specialist inge watertechnologies AG.


While oil floats on water, achieving good separation and a high quality water stream is difficult. Louis van Schie explains how the Suparator oil separator


Envirogen Technologies, Inc has been awarded a contract by American Pacific Corporation (AMPAC) to provide a large-scale fluidised bed bioreactor (FBR) sys


The membrane elements perform at an average flow rate of 2,800 gallons per day and have a minimum salt rejection of 98.5%.

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