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  • 23 International Experts in Water Sanitation and Purification will make up the Scientific Committee of the Smallwat congress

    The organisers of the III International Congress Smallwat. Wastewater in Small Communities have drawn up a list of scientists and experts who will sit on of the Scientific Committee of the Conference, including representatives of the highest international prestige from the academic world and the research community working in the field of the treatment and purification of wastewater. ...

  • GE and Memsys team up to pursue water treatment for unconventional resources

    GE (NYSE: GE) and water technology developer memsys clearwater Pte. Ltd. entered into an agreement to jointly develop membrane distillation (MD) technology for the fast-growing unconventional resources marketplace, including shale gas, coal seam gas and other unconventional fuels recovered by hydraulic fracturing. Under the terms of the agreement, GE will invest in testing the technology and in ...


    By GE Power

  • Panta Rei of Italy ties up with LR T for water treatment solutions

    Panta Rei of Italy has announced its partnership with LR T India, the largest manufacturer of ring travellers in the world, catering to the requirements of over 3,500 spinning mills in over 35 countries worldwide, to offer complete solutions in water treatment in India. LRT is a group company of Lakshmi Machine Works (LMW) of Coimbatore and is the global leader in the field of ring travellers. ...


    By Panta Rei Srl

  • Treatment chemical sales will be up 3% in 2010

    Sales of water and wastewater treatment chemicals will rise 3 percent in 2010 reaching $21.7 billion.  The municipal wastewater segment will exceed $4 billion according to the latest forecast in Water & Wastewater Treatment Chemical: World Markets, a continually updated online report published by the McIlvaine Company www.mcilvainecompany.com. The municipal sector ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Chinas water treatment sector

    Where there is crisis lies opportunity. There may be no other sector in China where this mantra is more relevant than the water treatment sector. China supports 20 percent of the world"s population with a mere 7 percent of the world"s freshwater resources. And fresh water resources are disproportionately concentrated in China"s southern regions, leaving China"s north extremely arid, despite ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Up and running

    Sustainability. Efficacy. Cost. Safety. All are important factors for today’s beverage plant operators when it comes to plant and equipment cleaning. As the cost of caustic cleaning material, like bleach, is on the rise in some parts of the country and time becomes more valuable in relation to running CIP (clean in place) cycles, operators look for options to meet sustainability goals and ...

  • Water-testing Device Measures Up

    Arkansas reporter John Magsam wrote the following article regarding Beaver Water District and their use of the ChlordioX Plus instrument, which recently gained EPA approval for the determination of chlorine dioxide and chlorite in public water supplies. Water-testing Device Measures Up EPA approves system that got a trial run in Arkansas By John Magsam A new water-testing device that ...

  • Biodiversity may clean up water

    Conserving biodiversity could help shield waterways against nitrogen pollution, says a study that showed how streams with more species are better at removing excess nutrients from water. The findings imply that developing countries that keep rivers and lakes species-rich could save money on ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Toward cheaper water treatment

    Original story at MIT News Hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” produces a lot of wastewater. Drilling one well requires millions of gallons of water that’s injected into the ground to loosen rocks and release oil. While some is reused, much of the produced water is discarded into deep injection wells, and ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: Manufacturers with Integrated Solutions Make Waves in the Industrial Water Treatment Chemicals Market

    The North American industrial water and wastewater treatment chemicals market has always been a fragmented area, with both global and regional participants vying for market share. To stay afloat in this space, participants have gradually evolved from merely supplying chemicals to providing a more integrated solution that includes services and equipment. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan ( ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • OriginClear’s Progressive Water Treatment Starts Up $1+ Million Installation for Texas Refinery

    OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), a leading provider of ...


    By OriginClear Inc.

  • Testing the waters for offshore treatment

    The market for spending on water treatment in the offshore oil and gas industry is set to grow by an annual average of 4.4% in the next six years, driven by increasing production from developing markets around the world, and the need for more advanced solutions to keep mature oilfields productive. Today, the offshore oil and gas industry accounts for approximately 27% of worldwide production. The ...

  • Ozone water treatment and Cryptosporidium

    The recent outbreak of Cryptosporidium in the drinking water of the Swedish municipal of Östersund shed new light on the importance of effective water treatment systems. Cryptosporidium is a single cell parasite that lives in the intestines of animals as well as humans and is spread through excrements. It is very hardy and can survive in many different environments. It is often ...


    By Primozone Production AB

  • Fall River, Mass. Water Treatment Plant Upgrades Will Make Community Safer under EPA Settlement

    The Fall River, Mass. Water Filtration Plant will make significant upgrades to eliminate the use of chlorine gas at the facility, under the terms of a settlement with EPA for alleged violations of Clean Air Act’s chemical accident prevention regulations. The settlement requires Fall River to pay a $5,000 penalty and to implement a project to reduce public health risk in the community by ...

  • Groton and Norwich, Conn., Water Treatment Plant Upgrades Will Make Communities Safer under EPA Settlements

    The cities of Groton and Norwich, Conn. will make significant upgrades to their drinking water treatment plants by eliminating the use of chlorine gas at these facilities. These actions settle claims by the US Environmental Protection Agency that the cities violated federal clean air laws meant to prevent chemical accidents. Groton and Norwich will pay penalties of $7,000 and $8,330, ...

  • Water Agencies, Conservationists Team Up for Wetlands

    WASHINGTON, DC (ENS) - An association of wastewater treatment agencies and a waterfowl conservation group will work together to help preserve and protect wetlands across the country. The National Association of Clean Water Agencies, NACWA, and Ducks Unlimited, Inc. signed an agreement Tuesday to collaborate on promoting the preservation, restoration, and management of wetlands that are valuable ...

  • New invention makes water recycling faster & cheaper

    California scientist Meng Lean has invented a new water filtration method that is cheaper and can recycle about five times faster than today’s system, according to ABC7. The water is not safe for drinking but can be used for activities such as agriculture. The system involves a spiral filtration system. Water is funneled through lightweight disks as they spin, separating dirt and particles from ...

  • Envirogen Starts Up First-of-its-Kind Hexavalent Chromium Treatment System for Drinking Water in California

    EEnvirogen Technologies, Inc. (Envirogen) announced the successful start-up of a high-efficiency ion exchange system for the treatment of hexavalent chromium in drinking water supplies for California Water Service (Cal Water) in Salinas, CA. This is the first permitted full-scale system to go online for treating hexavalent chromium since California’s Division of Drinking Water (DDW) ...


    By Envirogen Technologies Inc.

  • Coca-Cola continues to make strides on water and recycling

    Since 2002, when the company first shared its water usage data with the public, Coca-Cola has improved its water-efficiency by just over 20 percent, to the point where it now uses 2.47 liters of water to make a liter of one of its beverages. In the past year, the number continued to drop, with the company reporting a 2 percent improvement over last year's report. That is among the top green ...

  • Careful treatment gives clean water

    When the citizens of Ravenna in Northern Italy turn on the tap and clean drinking water pours out, it can be hard to imagine the journey the water has been on. Much of it is collected from Lake Ridracoli far from the city. However, the physical distance only comprises a fraction of the transition from lake to drinking water. Before it gets that far, the surface water must be treated, because it ...


    By Grundfos

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