Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Reverse Osmosis: Expensive, Inefficient, Obsolete?

    Emerging technologies may replace reverse osmosis and provide a more cost-effective approach to desalination, according to a survey of new equipment published this month in the journal Yale Environment 360.

  2. Fluence Awarded Contract For Innovative Reuse Water System In California

    Fluence Corporation Limited, announced recently that it has received a contract to deliver a water treatment reuse system to its customer Rosenblad Design Group (Rosenblad).

  3. Lubron UK Wins Green Essex Award

    The Lubron UK team were delighted to win an award at the recent Green Essex Awards. The awards are designed to recognise and reward companies, organisations, community projects, education establishments and charities within the county of Essex for their efforts to reduce their carbon footprints and improve environmental performance.

  4. LANXESS Adds New Closed Circuit Reverse Osmosis (CCRO) Module To Its Innovative LewaPlus Design Software

    LANXESS Sybron Chemicals, a subsidiary of specialty chemicals company LANXESS, has announced a significant addition to its LewaPlus software suite of reverse osmosis (RO) and ion exchange (IX) system dimensioning capabilities.

  5. Desalitech Wins Contract To Supply Irrigation Water For A Historic Massachusetts Golf Course

    Desalitech, a provider of advanced water treatment solutions, announced today that it won a competitive bid to supply a water purification system to the Kittansett Club golf course in Marion, Massachusetts. Wells that have historically supplied essential irrigation water are being impacted by accelerating seawater intrusion.

  6. Drought-Stricken California Island To Increase Fresh Water Supply With GE's Desalination Technology

    Located in the Pacific Ocean, 22 miles southwest of Los Angeles, Catalina Island, California, is in the middle of a severe drought with residents and tourists potentially facing a mandatory 50 percent cutback in water usage.

  7. RWL Water’s Nirobox™ To Provide Seawater Desalination For Resort In Santa Cruz, Costa Rica

    RWL Water was chosen to supply two Nirobox seawater desalination units to Reserva Conchal, one of the finest and most exclusive resorts and golf courses on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

  8. AMTA Announces Unrestricted Access To A Unique ‘Chats With The Pioneers’ Interview

    In 2010, the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) undertook the monumental task of conducting personal interviews with 106 industry professionals who were identified as critical players in the initial research, development, and promotion of membrane technology.

  9. EPA’s Early Sampling Results Confirm Lead Removal Filters Are Working As Expected

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently released early sampling results showing that lead-removal filters are working as expected in Flint homes with high lead levels. The agency continues to recommend that Flint residents use NSF-certified filters in their homes.

  10. American Water Receives Environmental Industry Award

    American Water, the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, received a Business Achievement Award from the Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) for the seventh year. These awards annually recognize companies and executives for environmental achievements seen as outperforming the market.