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  • LEC changed technique of analysis of metals in spirits to capillary electrophoresis

    June, 2019 – Cognac, France. LEC company, one of the leading spirit control companies in the Cognac region, managed to switch from atomic absorption (AA) spectrometry to capillary electrophoresis (CE) to analyze metals in spirits using Capel-105M. LEC found the CE systems from Lumex Instruments to be the most cost-effective, user-friendly, and reliable solution to solve its ...


    By Lumex Instruments Group

  • Aqua America buys water/wastewater systems in Texas, North Carolina

    Aqua America, Inc. (Bryn Mawr, PA) announced that its Texas subsidiary has acquired three water and wastewater systems in Texas, and that its North Carolina subsidiary has acquired certain wastewater system assets in that state. In Texas, Aqua America acquired the following systems during the final weeks of December: the Bluewater Key Water Co. and Carrizon Water Co. waster systems in Henderson ...

  • James Strayer joins Black & Veatch as Director of Infrastructure Planning

    James Strayer, P.E., has joined Black & Veatch’s global water business as Director of Infrastructure Planning. In this role, he will be responsible for developing and supporting Black & Veatch’s services across the United States to agencies for water, wastewater and reclaimed/recycled water master planning. Strayer will also support Black & Veatch’s initiatives in water reuse, wet-weather control ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Hassan Allam scoops up Egyptian water contracts

    Egyptian construction giant Hassan Allam has picked up a trio of sizeable domestic water references in recent weeks, as the company looks to raise its profile and establish an investment and asset ownership wing in the sector. Yesterday, the company announced the award of a 33,000m3/d rural wastewater treatment plant and 85km collection network in the Sharqia governorate. The World Bank-backed ...

  • ARC advisory group report: Esri a leading GIS provider in utilities sector

    Independent market research firm ARC Advisory Group reports that Esri holds the highest market share in the worldwide geospatial market and shows that Esri is a market leader in several utility industries. Founded in 1986, ARC Advisory Group is the leading research and advisory firm for industry and infrastructure. "Esri is the clear market share leader in the worldwide GIS market, and the ...


    By Esri

  • EPA awards over $6.7 million to the Guam Waterworks Authority for wastewater and drinking water projects

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded over $6.7 million as part of a yearly grant to the Guam Waterworks Authority to improve drinking water and wastewater systems on Guam. “The $6.7 million that EPA is providing Guam will go towards meeting critical drinking water and wastewater infrastructure standards on the island. The future health of Guam's economy is dependent on ...

  • Why McKeesport makes sense for American Water

    American Water’s $156 million acquisition of the sewer system in McKeesport, Pennsylvania marks the second time the company has come in with a successful big-ticket bid for a wastewater utility in the state in the last twelve months. The deal comes after American offered $195 million to buy the assets of the Scranton Sewer Authority last December, and stands to take advantage of new ...

  • National Water Company folds in new Saudi areas

    Saudi water minister Abdulrahman Al-Fadhli officially completed the expansion of the country’s National Water Company today, issuing a decree that will see the NWC’s mandate expanded to cover the whole of the Kingdom. The move formalises a long-expected development where NWC will take over the assets and responsibilities for water and wastewater services outside key cities, which had ...

  • Omani water authority preps for restructuring shift

    The Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW) in Oman has outlined plans to reorganise its internal accounting structure as the country prepares for a radical overhaul of its water sector starting later this year. The national utility’s 2015 annual report, published this week, reveals plans to formally track the organisation’s water supply security and the quality of assets ...

  • New Web-Video on Water Infrastructure Designed for Public Officials and Water Managers

    Bridging the Gap is a ground-breaking on-line video designed to help elected officials and water and wastewater managers make smart choices as they address water and wastewater infrastructure issues.  The video outlines the key steps to developing an asset management plan for both novice and experienced professionals. The hosting website provides an on-line learning experience with an ...

  • Hyflux secures premium in Galaxy NewSpring sale

    Singaporean project developer Hyflux has agreed to an offer of US$136.5 million for its 50% interest in Galaxy NewSpring, a portfolio of 24 municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment plants in China. The buyer, Hong Kong-listed project developer Yunnan Water, recently agreed to pay Mitsui US$100 million for the remaining 50%. Yunnan Water will lend a further US$56 million to Galaxy ...

  • WRI engineering business of the year

    Wastewater Resources Inc Receives 2009 Best of Business Award Small Business Commerce Association's Award Honors the Achievement SAN FRANCISCO, August 31, 2009, Wastewater Resources Inc. has been selected for the 2009 Best of Business Award in the Engineering Services category by the Small Business Commerce Association (SBCA). The Small Business Commerce Association (SBCA) is ...

  • Chlorine gas: danger and detection

    Properly installed, reliable gas detection can help prevent chlorine-related injury or death. In the workplace where chlorine is part of the process, fixed gas detection is the first line of defense for early warning of chlorine leaks and for changes to specific processes to stem and stop the leak. Detector Electronics’ GT3000 chlorine gas detector’s electrochemical cell has a range ...

  • WERF announces $500,000 for water quality research

    The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) is seeking pre-proposals for its Unsolicited Research Program. The research should advance understanding of factors that affect water quality and improve the performance of wastewater or stormwater programs. WERF will also consider proposals that take existing research to the next level of completion. “The unsolicited research program is a key ...

  • PuraSAF® Submerged Aerated Filter from Bord na Mona Environmental Products US Inc.

    PuraSAF provides a cost effective, low energy, pre-engineered wastewater treatment solution that is simple to operate and maintain. The filter media are produced from recycled plastic that provide an ideal medium for biological attached growth. The process uses the media to provide superior oxygen transfer rates providing a very low operating cost solution.The filter normally operates in an ...


    By Anua - Bord na Móna Limited

  • Khushbu Karan Joins AdEdge Water Technologies as Applications Engineer

    AdEdge Water Technologies announces the addition of Khushbu Karan as an Applications Engineer. Karan will be responsible for performing a variety of sales engineering support and project tasks related to proposal preparation, system design, project scoping, and execution of water treatment projects. Prior to working at AdEdge, Karan worked as a Project Engineer at H2Flow Equipment, Toronto and a ...

  • APTwater to Demonstrate ARoNite™ Nitrate Removal Process for Cucamonga Valley Water District

    APTwater, Inc., an emerging leader in water treatment process technologies and services, has signed an agreement with the Cucamonga Valley Water District to demonstrate its innovative ARoNite™ nitrate removal technology. APTwater has been contracted to Design, Build, and Operate its new technology on-site, in order to revitalize one of the CVWD's long stranded assets in Rancho ...


    By APTwater LLC

  • ETS-UV UNLV for Reuse Water

    The validated ETS-UV model UNLV 800 watt amalgam provides a high dose of UV light with the lowest possible electrical connection. The amalgam lamps are highly efficient, up to three times more efficient than medium pressure lamps. The UNLV is used for agriculture, landscape, golf courses, urinal flushing and dust suppression as well as Aquifer storage (ASR). Direct to potable reuse schemes are ...

  • Brian P. Hyde joins MIOX as northeast regional sales manager

    MIOX Corporation, leader in on-site generation of hypochlorite and mixed oxidants for water disinfection, is pleased to announce that Brian P. Hyde has joined the company as its northeast regional sales manager. In this position, Mr. Hyde is a key addition to the MIOX sales team and will focus on increasing domestic sales. Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he will be responsible for developing ...

  • Downer steps up as Australian wastewater treatment services M&A takes off

    ASX-listed Downer EDI has laid the foundations for a new utilities business segment by completing the acquisition of Tenix Holdings for A$300 million (US$260 million), equivalent to around 10.2 times fiscal 2014 EBIT. Downer’s technical expertise, which has been utilised on major projects such as the Adelaide desalination project and the Luggage Point advanced water treatment plant, will be ...

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