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  1. San Quintin Project Commences Construction

    Fluence Corporation Limited is pleased to announce that construction has commenced on the desalination plant in San Quintin, Baja California, Mexico.

  2. Newly-Discovered Bacterium Rids Problematic Pair Of Toxic Groundwater Contaminants

    Known as a chemical manufacturing by-product of many cosmetics and home cleaning products, the industrial solvent 1,4-Dioxane is now considered by the Environmental Protection Agency to be an “emerging contaminant” and “likely human carcinogen” that can be found at thousands of groundwater sites nationally — potentially representing a multi-billion dollar environmental remediation challenge. 

  3. Verticroft Introduces New Ways Of Sustainable Agriculture

    Agriculture is by far the largest consumer of the Earth's available freshwater: 70% of "blue water" withdrawals from watercourses and groundwater are for agricultural usage, three times more than 50 years ago. By 2050, the global water demand of agriculture is estimated to increase by a further 19% due to irrigation needs.

  4. Shafdan Wastewater Treatment Plant Will Be The First In The Region To Install An Ostara Nutrient Recovery Facility

    Mey Ezor Dan announced today they will install a Nutrient Recovery Facility in partnership with Ostara at their Shafdan Wastewater Treatment Plant, located in the heart of Israel, serving a population equivalent of more than 2.5 million people in the greater Tel Aviv metropolitan area.

  5. Cutting-Edge Developer To Deploy AbTech's Smart Sponge® Technologies For Stormwater Treatment

    Abtech Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: ABHD) (the "Company"), an environmental technologies firm dedicated to providing innovative solutions to communities, industry and governments addressing issues of water pollution and contamination, today reported that its subsidiary, AbTech Industries, Inc. ("AbTech"), has accepted a $318,240 order from Hugo Neu Corporation, a related party, for the installation of four stormwater outfall pipes at the Kearny Point Industrial Park redevelopment project in northern New Jersey.

  6. CycloPure Awarded National Science Foundation Phase II SBIR Grant To Develop DEXSORB-MP For Home Use-Water Purification

    CycloPure, Inc., a leading innovator in water purification technologies and the developer of DEXSORB™ filtration products, announced recently that the National Science Foundation has awarded the company a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant in the amount of $725,000. 

  7. Ovivo Partners With Cembrane For Patented Silicon Carbide Membrane Technology

    Ovivo Inc. ("Ovivo"), a global provider of water and wastewater treatment equipment, technology and systems, is pleased to announce the signing of a new licensing and investment agreement with Cembrane A/S ("Cembrane") for their Silicon Carbide ("SiC") Flat Plate Membrane technology.

  8. Seven RFPs Released For WRF Research

    The Water Research Foundation (WRF) recently announced that Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are available for six new research projects funded under the Solicited Research Program. In addition, one new RFP was posted under the Emerging Opportunities Program. All RFPs are available online.

  9. Scientists Discover Genetic Basis For How Harmful Algae Blooms Become Toxic

    Scientists have uncovered the genetic basis for the production of domoic acid, a potent neurotoxin produced by certain harmful algae blooms.

  10. Johnson Controls Federal Systems (JCFS) Acquires Federal Energy Infrastructure Solutions

    Johnson Controls Federal Systems (JCFS) announced recently that it has acquired Federal Energy Infrastructure Solutions, a subsidiary of EDF Renewables North America. The transaction allows Johnson Controls Federal Systems to expand on a long history of success in the federal government Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) marketplace.