industrial water industry News

  • Water Reuse Filtration Made Easy

    The Most Efficient of Its Kind St. Cloud, FL -- Amiad Filtration Systems filter products were selected and installed for the expanded 20.25 MGD water reuse system at the City of St. Cloud’s Michigan Avenue wastewater treatment plant. The self-cleaning-automatic system utilizes six (6) model EBS-10,000 units with a filtration degree of 200 microns. The cleaning mechanism consist of a ...

  • WesTech Acquires Microfloc and General Filter

    Salt Lake City, August 21, 2012 – WesTech Engineering, Inc. announced today it has signed an agreement with Siemens Industry, Inc. to purchase the conventional water treatment business that includes the Microfloc and General Filter product portfolios. The purchase strategically complements WesTech’s ability to offer the water industry the service and ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Clean mining association launched

    A new industry association has been launched aimed at supporting and advocating technological advancements to make the mining industry cleaner and more environmentally responsible. The Clean Mining Alliance is a newly formed international non-profit organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is being introduced ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • AMIAD FILTRATION SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES ITS EBS FILTER LINE EXPANSION

    The EBS filter line now includes an EBS 15,000 on-line and in-line version.  Also, now an in-line version of the original EBS 10,000 is available. This automatic filter series is designed to work with various types of screens, is available in 8” to 24” inlet/outlet diameters, and has an electric motor driven self-cleaning mechanism. The EBS 15,000 screen is taller and wider allowing for ...

  • Dow TEQUATIC™ PLUS Fine Particle Filter Proves Effective in Multiple Customer Applications

    After its launch less than a year ago, TEQUATICTM PLUS fine particle filter from Dow Water & Process Solutions (DW&PS), a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW), is already proving its value to customers across multiple applications in China. With its patented design, the TEQUATICTM PLUS filter combines the power of continuous cleaning, cross-flow filtration with centrifugal ...

  • A genetic mutation allows Hudson river fish to adapt to PCBs

    A research group led by an NYU School of Medicine scientist discovered a genetic variant that allows a fish in the Hudson River to live in waters heavily polluted by PCBs. In a study published in the February 18, 2011, online issue of Science, they report that a population of Hudson River fish apparently evolved rapidly in response to the toxic chemicals, which were first introduced in 1929, and ...

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