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  • Waste is our business, let our screens save you time and money

    Saving time and money is at the core of every business, especially in these financially uncertain times, which is why WPL are announcing innovative changes to their MicroScreen drum filter cloths. Following a review of maintenance on our effective and popular drum filter cloths, we have highlighted cost and time saving measures that will make the WPL MicroScreens even better. This is why WPL ...

    By WPL Ltd

  • 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

  • WesTech Introduces Two Additional Filtration Products

    WesTech Engineering, Inc. is further extending its filtration capability by introducing its Rotary Table Vacuum Filter and Ceramic Disc Filter to the industrial and minerals markets. The WesTech Rotary Table Vacuum Filter is a continuous filtration unit ideal for handling large flow rates. The horizontal orientation of the rotary table enables a thick filter ...

    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Continuous innovation – another new decanter size from Alfa Laval

    Alfa Laval Booth 29017, Hall B Visit Alfa Laval, Stand #29017, Hall B at the upcoming WEFTEC 2008 show in Chicago, Illinois, October 18-22, 2008 The Swedish multi-national engineering group, Alfa Laval will feature its recent developments and solutions within water and waste water treatment during WEFTEC 2008. From the beginning, Alfa Laval's ALDEC G2 decanter family managed to set a new ...

    By Alfa Laval

  • New Wastewater Treatment System for Cave Creek, AZ, Wins Industry Recognition for Solving Quality of Life Issues for Community While Saving Taxpayer Dollars

    Since 1996, a wastewater treatment plant serving the Town of Cave Creek, AZ, has drawn numerous complaints from residents and reached the end of its useful life. Located in the middle of an affluent neighborhood with minimal setbacks and minimal odor control, the plant was considered both an eyesore and a source of noxious odor, particularly to golfers playing on an exclusive course located ...

    By Burns & McDonnell

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