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Water & wastewater news, October 2021

The Inside CLEAR membranes are designed for applications including wastewater treatment, industrial water, and drinking water.

Rotork actuators boost ultrafiltration process

The plant has an incoming flow of 18.2 million gallons per day.


The OxyMem MABR technology will be used in the project to support water and wastewater customers.


The 18 000 sq ft facility is located in Pittsburgh.


The FlexEDR and the XtremeRO mobile plants were supplied to two separate customers.


Will join NX Filtration's executive team.


Company’s production will be CO2 neutral by 2030.


AquaShield is Komline-Sanderson’s fourth acquisition this year.


Aquatech Amsterdam takes place from 2–5 November.


Acquisition adds water filtration and clean air technologies.


The order is valued at around US$4.0 million in sales.


Will help with larger filtration housings.


A total of 12 technologies have been selected by an expert jury in the lead up to Aquatech Amsterdam in November.


Veolia will test the membranes for the reuse of effluent from a municipal wastewater treatment plant and the treatment of surface water.


The partners are encouraging young people to solve water challenges in their own communities.


Featuring Pentair, Mann+Hummel and Clear Edge Filtration.


Suez will provide chemicals, services and digital solutions.


An optical measurement system for automatic polymer dosage in belt presses and gravity belt tables.


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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%.


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