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  • Water treatment chemicals business will be flat in 2009, but recover in 2010

    Power and municipal wastewater treatment are the two big markets for water treatment chemicals.  These two markets will help the water and wastewater treatment chemicals suppliers maintain sales at the 2008 level in 2009.  The latest analysis in Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals published by the McIlvaine Company reflects world 2009 revenues of $20.5 billion rather than the previously ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Power Industry To Spend $4 Billion For Water And Wastewater

    The world market for water and wastewater treatment chemicals in the power sector will rise from $3.4 billion in 2006 to $4 billion in 2010. Other industries will account for $19 billion, raising the total market to $23 billion in 2010. These are some of the 50,000 forecasts in the online continually updated, Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals: World Markets published by the McIlvaine ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • East Asia will account for 32% of the $26 billion water and wastewater treatment chemicals market in 2015

    Rapid expansion of municipal wastewater treatment, power generation and other major industries consuming water and wastewater treatment chemicals will boost the East Asian sector to $8.3 billion in sales of treatment chemicals in 2015. However, the biggest percentage growth will be in West Asia where the market will almost double in the five year period. These are among the 200,000 forecasts now ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Research and Markets: Chinese Markets for Water Treatment Chemicals - Economic Trends and Industry Developments

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8vmr79/chinese_markets) has announced the addition of the "Chinese Markets for Water Treatment Chemicals" report to their offering. China's demand for water treatment ...


  • Oily wastewater treatment

    Vegetable oil processing plants and the catering trade often generate a large amount of oil-containing wastewater, which causes serious environmental problems. An article in Water Science and Technology examines the feasibility of treating such WW using an integrated microfiltration-reverse osmosis (MF-RO) process. In recent years, large quantities of effluents have been produced by the vegetable ...

  • EEC Europe Ltd Servicing the European Wastewater Treatment Markets

    EEC’s process and products have been used for many years in the European major markets for solutions to wastewater treatment problems, with their well established ‘High-Speed Bio Tech System’ incorporating the MBBR process for a variety of applications in both the Municipal and Industrial markets. A recent Agreement between EEC Europe Ltd and Devise Engineering an internationally renowned Design ...


  • Asian Investment in wastewater infrastructure creates an expanded opportunity for flow and filtration equipment

    The expansion of sewage transport, primary treatment and secondary treatment in Asia is creating market opportunities for suppliers of pumps valves, scrubbers, chemicals, controls, filters and other water pollution control equipment. These opportunities have been quantified in a number of McIlvaine reports. The amount of the world's wastewater which will be collected (sewage transport) will ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Water and wastewater treatment chemicals market is big and growing but splintered

    Untitled Document World sales of water and wastewater treatment chemicals were over $17 billion last year and will reach $22 billion in 2010. Nevertheless, the market is splintered with tens of thousands of ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Sionix Corporation Provides Updates on Pending Projects in Nigeria and North Dakota

    Sionix Corporation (OTCBB: SINX) ("Sionix" or the "Company") a designer of patented water treatment systems, provided today updates related to the Company's forthcoming project with ANA Global Corporation, which specializes in construction projects in West Africa, and Sionix' development of a Brine Recycling Facility ("BRF") in the Williston Basin of North Dakota. In August 2011, Sionix signed a ...


    By Sionix Corporation

  • Water Treatment Chemicals Market in China

    China's demand for water treatment chemicals has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next five years, both production and demand will continue to grow. This new study examines China's economic trends, investment environment, industry development, supply and demand, industry capacity, industry structure, marketing channels and major industry participants. Historical data (2001, 2006 ...


  • How Industry Can Help Maintain a Healthy Environment

    How Industry Can Help Maintain a Healthy Environment Conservation among residential consumers has become a mainstay of utility operations, but opportunities abound among industrial users to put conservation measures into practice. This e-mail interview with wastewater expert Daniel Theobald details the ways in which industry can incorporate recycling and reuse into their daily operations. ...

  • DOE Selects 16 Transformational Carbon Capture Technologies Projects for Funding

    The Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) has selected 16 projects to receive funding through NETL’s Carbon Capture Program. The program funds development and testing of transformational carbon dioxide (CO2) capture systems for new and existing coal-based power plants. Research funded by this program is expected to help overcome limitations of ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • CECO Environmental To Acquire Met-Pro Corporation

    CINCINNATI and HARLEYSVILLE, Pa., April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CECO Environmental Corp. (NasdaqGM: CECE), a leader in air pollution control technology systems, product recovery and filtration technology, has announced today it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquireMet-Pro Corporation (NYSE: MPR).  Met-Pro is a leading global, niche-oriented provider of ...


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