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  • US$25 billion filter media market in 2010

    The market for filter media is forecast at $25 billion in 2010 according to new forecasts in a series of reports published by the McIlvaine Company.  2010 filter media sales will grow at a faster rate than GDP thanks to some applications such as water treatment and to some locations such as China. McIlvaine divides the filter media markets into distinct segments.  Fabric filter includes the bags ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Sales Of Liquid Macrofiltration Filters And Media To Reach $5.5 Billion By 2011

    Sales of the large dewatering and process filter equipment and media will continue to prosper and grow by $2 billion to more than $5.5 billion in 2011.  This is the latest prediction by the McIlvaine Company in its online continually updated, Liquid Filtration and Media World Markets. McIlvaine divides the solid/liquid separation ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • DOW Launches TEQUATIC PLUS Fine Particle Filter Globally

    TEQUATIC PLUS filter introduced in parallel with Aquatech Amsterdam in Europe and the International Desalination Conference in China; Product experiencing growth in new applications, including industrial wastewater treatment and reuse Manufacturing gears up to accommodate demand Dow Water & Process ...

  • Consumer Product Packager Improves Productivity and Safety After Converting to Eaton’s DCF-800 Mechanically Cleaned Filter

    One of the largest custom packagers of household and personal care products in North America used an Eaton DCF-800 mechanically cleaned filter to significantly reduce downtime, slash operating costs and create a safer working environment at its plant in Toronto, Canada. The customer was using a large filter press with a dozen 40-micron filter pads to remove contaminants from the plant’s ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • DOW Helps Solve Difficult Water Challenges in Europe: TEQUATIC PLUS Fine Particle Filter

    Expansion into European market announced at Dow’s 2013 Solutions Dinner in Amsterdam TEQUATIC PLUS fine particle filter is engineered to lower the total cost of ownership in extreme and variable high solids environments. Facilitates more than 99% uptime with continuously cleaning, cross-flow filtration and centrifugal ...

  • Liquid macrofiltration market to exceed $6 billion annual revenues next year

    The market for filtration and equipment classified as “macrofiltration” will exceed $6 billion next year up from $5.6 billion this year.  Of this total, $4.6 billion will be equipment and $1.4 billion of the revenues will be generated from media and cloth sales. Macrofiltration is distinct from cartridges in that macrofiltration devices such as filter presses, gravity filters and ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Ballast water treatment is the big new market for liquid macrofiltration

    Concern about invasive species in lakes and seas will create a $70 billion market for ballast water treatment systems for vessels traveling in international waters. A critical component of each treatment system is a filter. This new opportunity will add 10 percent to the revenues of the suppliers of liquid macrofiltration equipment and will double the size of the automatic backwash filter ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Liquid Macrofiltration Market to Reach $5 Billion by 2009

    Untitled Document The market for filters used for separation of larger particles from liquids (macrofiltration) will grow from $4.4 billion in 2006 to $5.1 billion in 2009. ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Liquid macrofiltration market to reach $6 Billion in 2012

    The market for liquid macrofiltration equipment and consumables will be just under $6 billion in 2012. This is the new forecast in Liquid Filtration and Media World Markets published by the McIlvaine Company www.mcilvainecompany.com. The largest single segment will be granular media filters. This is despite the market share gained by ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Greywater reclamation system at Bridgewater State University`s Marshall Conant Science Building in Bridgewater, MA

    Boston, MA - Practical Applications, Inc. (PAI), a leading environmental company, has designed and built the greywater reclamation system at Bridgewater State University's Marshall Conant Science Building in Bridgewater, MA. Designed to treat rainwater collected from roof leaders, the greywater is required to be filtered and disinfected with chlorine prior to being used for non-potable use in the ...


    By Practical Applications, Inc.

  • Many environmental markets will grow despite the recession

    Air and water pollution control companies have been reporting record profits.  While they won't be setting records in 2009 and 2010, they will be balancing lost sales in some markets with growth in others.  This is the conclusion of the McIlvaine Company based on its continual forecasting of individual markets by product, industry and country. One of the biggest revenue generators will ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Largest LDPE /HDPE bottle processing facility installed in France

    Holzmag AG Recycling Technology, based in Dornach outside Basel, announced the start-up in April 2007 of a recycling facility for LDPE /HDPE bottles to be operated by the French firm Desjoyaux in St. Etienne. Desjoyaux, one of the world’s largest swimming pool manufacturers, produces prefabricated pool elements and uses granulate pellets to strengthen and support pools. The challenge was to ...


  • Rio garbage boats aim to clean Olympic waters

    A stout green catamaran plied the polluted waters of Rio de Janeiro's Guanabara Bay Mondayalongside the local fishing boats, but instead of grouper and swordfish its catch consisted of plastic bags, soda bottles and a discarded toilet seat. The catamaran is one of three so-called "eco-boats," floating garbage vessels that are a key part of ...


    By Associated Press

  • North Dakota Finds More Radioactive Oil Waste

    North Dakota confirmed Thursday (April 24, 2014) the discovery of a new radioactive dump of waste from oil drilling, and separately a company hired to clean up waste found in February at another location said it removed double the amount of radioactive material originally estimated to be there. The Canadian company hired to clean up the largest dump found so far, located at an abandoned gas ...


    By Associated Press

  • US drinking water contaminated by pharmaceuticals

    A vast array of pharmaceuticals - including antibiotics, anti-convulsants, mood stabilizers and sex hormones - have been found in the drinking water supplies of at least 41 million Americans, an Associated Press investigation has claimed. Water in 24 metropolitan areas, including Detroit, Louisville, southern California and Northern New Jersey is particularly at risk. The report says the ...

  • Souderton looks at viability of investment

    Despite the day's snowy weather, the Souderton Borough Council met for a brief session March 2 and discussed the newest option for the borough's sludge removal. The borough has been looking for a device to dewater the sludge produced by the in-town treatment facility for nearly two years. Removing the water would allow the borough to apply the sludge to land, which would save on hauling costs. ...


    By Therma-Flite Inc.

  • Lagos aims to use trash to make electric power

    At Lagos' largest dump, dozens of men gather to sort iron, plastic and nylon atop a 20-foot wall of garbage where hundreds of white herons compete to eat the spoils. Lagos is engulfed in waste. With a population of more than 20 million, the city has garbage that piles up on streets, outside homes and along the waterways and lagoons, creating eyesores and putrid smells. The booming city also has ...


    By Associated Press

  • After 5 days, West Virginia´s water crisis nears its end

    For the fifth straight day, hundreds of thousands of people in West Virginia had to wash, cook and brush their teeth with bottled water, but officials promised the ban on tap water that was tainted by a chemical spill would soon be lifted. Over the weekend, tests showed that levels of the licorice-smelling chemical used in coal processing were consistently below a toxic threshold, and in some ...


    By Associated Press

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