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  • Pilot plants for purifying water

    Is there a question as to what type of purification process is the most effective to purify your water or wastewater?A pilot plant to allow testing of various processes for purifying water may be the answer. These systems may be from small output size units, to systems constructed in a 20 foot container that can act as a mobile lab.This approach is attractive when there is a need to confirm what ...

  • Ceramic water purifier testing

    An article published in the Journal of Water and Health describes the testing of low-cost ceramic water purifiers (CWPs) for their effectiveness in treating drinking water in Cambodia. Laboratory results indicate that the locally produced CWPs achieved reductions of E. coli of approximately 99%. Over 1 billion people worldwide lack access to improved ...


  • Purifying water with Silica

    According to the European Union, a new water purification method is being developed that utilizes one of the most abundant substances on the planet, silica (SiO2).This simple and relatively cheap technology is capable of removing contaminants from water making it safe to drink and helping ensure that drinking water meets the standards of the European Drinking Water Directive. Provision of ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Water filter/ water Purifiers in Dubai

    ULTRA TEC Water Treatment LLC, a renowned diversified water treatment company ISO 9001 : 2008 having years’ of excellent products /services experience in the entire U.A.E. We feel immense pleasure in informing you that we have been successfully providing our best quality Products /services to some of the distinguished organizations located all over ...

  • Nanoparticles and light can purify water

    Scientists have used nanotechnology to develop a more efficient way of using light to purify water — even in the dark. Light is often used as a water purifier and existing methods rely on processes stimulated by ultraviolet (UV) light. But UV accounts for just five per cent of daylight so a method using visible light — which accounts for almost half — is more desirable. Now researchers from ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Nano `tea bag` purifies water

    Scientists have reversed the action of the humble herbal tea bag to purify water on a small scale. Instead of infusing water with flavour, a sachet sucks up toxic contamination when fitted into the neck of a water bottle. The researchers, at Stellenbosch University, South Africa, hope communities that have no water-cleaning facilities will use it to purify dirty water. The sachets are made from ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • China's Water Purifier Market Research, 2013

    According to China’s environmental protection department statistics, 82% of the country’s rivers are polluted to various extents. In China’s seven major river systems, almost 40% of the rivers are not suitable to be as drinkable water resources; 78% of the rivers in cities are not suitable to be as drinkable water resources; about 50% of the urban groundwater is polluted. These ...


  • China Water Purifier Industry, 2013-2017

    With the rapid development of the economy, the global water resource is suffering the unprecedented pollution and destruction. According to China’s environmental protection department statistics, 82% of the country’s rivers are polluted to various extents. In China’s seven major river systems, almost 40% of the rivers are not suitable to be as drinkable water resources; 78% of ...


  • Professor pioneers new product to purify polluted water

    Florida Institute of Technology chemistry professor Virender K. Sharma is making new strides in solving an old problem-safely and efficiently cleaning polluted water. Sharma has invented a liquid cleaning product based on ferrate, a supercharged iron molecule. The resulting compound may be used as an oxidant, disinfectant and coagulant, and for industrial "green" purposes. A powerful ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Banana peel can purify water, say scientists

    Banana peels can be used to purify drinking water contaminated with toxic heavy metals such as copper and lead, according to a study. Researchers from the Bioscience Institute at Botucatu, Brazil, said that the skins can outperform even conventional purifiers such as aluminium oxide, cellulose and ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Global and China Water Purifier Industry 2013 | Researchmoz.us

    2013 Market Research Report on Global and China Water Purifier Industry was professional and depth research report on China Water Purifier industry.  The report firstly introduced Water Purifier basic information included Respiratory Mask definition classification application industry chain structure industry overview; international market analysis, China domestic market analysis, ...


  • Miox to market new small scale water purifier

    MIOX Corp will roll out a tiny version of its water-purification system this year that could greatly expand sales worldwide. It’s designed for small communities, especially in developing countries, and for small-scale commercial operations, said MIOX President and CEO Carlos Perea. “We’ve got the first 10 pre-production beta units operating in customers’ hands now,” ...

  • China Water Purifier Industry 2013 and Global Water Purifier Market share,Size,Trends And Research Report

    2013 Market Research Report on Global and China Water Purifier Industry was professional and depth research report on China Water Purifier industry.    The report firstly introduced Water Purifier basic information included Respiratory Mask definition classification application industry chain structure industry overview; ...


  • Cold Catalytic Air Purifiers for IAQ

    Indoor air contaminants are increasing and people suffer at home as well as at work. In many instances ozonation has been used to eliminate odors, VOC´s and mold metaboli. Disadvantage f this system has been that it can be used only in evacuated rooms. Vinsentti Oy in Finland has long experience in modern UV- ozone technology. Over 100.000 families and several institution have got help in ...


  • Point-of-use water purifiers market - stupendous growth opportunity in India

    The Indian Point-of-Use (POU) water purifier market generated approximately INR 24,600 million in 2010.  It is estimated to touch INR 74,800 million by 2015 growing nearly at 25 percent CAGR till 2015. With rise in consumer awareness about the inconsistent quality of drinking water and its ill effects, there is an increase in sales of water purifiers. The POU water purifiers market in India ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Cheap `nano-tablet` purifies water for up to six months

    Researchers have developed a water purification tablet comprised of nanoparticles that can be used by developing world communities with no access to clean water. The tablet, MadiDrop, invented by PureMadi — a non-profit organisation of the University of Virginia, United States — was presented at the organisation's ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • New silica method could reduce the cost of purifying drinking water

    Tiny particles of coated silica could be used to purify drinking water by removing harmful pollutants and pathogens. This simple and relatively cheap technology is capable of removing contaminants from water making it safe to drink and helping ensure that drinking water meets the standards of the European Drinking Water Directive. Provision of portable water is becoming a major socio-economic ...

  • ZENON`s Residential Filtration System Certified as `Microbiological Water Purifier`

    Untitled Document OAKVILLE, Ontario, October 25, 2005 - Through independent testing, ZENON's whole home HomespringT UF200 series ultrafiltration systems are now certified to meet the United States Environmental ...

  • Research and Development Forecast of China´s Water Purifier Industry, 2013-2017

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Research and Development Forecast of China's Water Purifier Industry, 2013-2017 ...


    By ReportLinker

  • In the world: Remote Mexican village uses solar power to purify water

    Original story at MIT News Deep in the jungles of the Yucatan peninsula, residents of the remote Mexican village of La Mancalona are producing clean drinking water using the power of the sun. For nearly two years now, members of the community, most of whom are subsistence farmers, have operated and maintained a ...

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