Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Environmental Protection Technologies Expands Water Treatment Operations With Desalitech System

    Desalitech, a provider of high-efficiency water production and wastewater treatment solutions, announced recently that Environmental Protection Technologies (EPT) of Israel will increase the production rate of its reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment system by 50 percent.

  2. Caribbean Island Of Eleuthera To Increase Supply Of Drinking Water With GE's Desalination Technology

    Despite being surrounded by water in the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean island of Eleuthera has experienced challenges with the supply of fresh, potable water. To help improve water quality and reliability of potable water, GE is providing Water and Sewerage Corporation Bahamas with a seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant.

  3. Biwater And NeoTech Aqua Solutions Leverage Latest Technologies To Combat California Drought At Padre Dam Municipal's

    Biwater and NeoTech Aqua Solutions have been selected for Padre Dam Municipal Water District’s new water reuse demonstration plant.

  4. ACWA Services Commences Modernisation Project For Jersey Desalination Plant

    ACWA Services Ltd, part of the ACWA Group, a leading international water and wastewater solutions provider, will start work on site in September 2015 on a major upgrade and modernisation programme for Jersey’s La Rosière desalination plant, to improve security of supply during periods of low rainfall, increase capacity and reduce running costs.

  5. Faculty Member Uses Inexpensive Ceramic Filters To Combat Water Crisis

    A game-changer. That’s what Penn State art education professor B. Stephen Carpenter II calls the approximately 50-pound portable filter press designed by engineering students during the spring 2014 semester. By Amy Milgrub Marshall

  6. Hitachi To Merge RO Membrane System Subsidiary And Water Facilities Engineering Subsidiary In Singapore

    Hitachi, Ltd. announced recently that it has decided to merge Hitachi Aqua-Tech Engineering Pte. Ltd. (Managing Director: Tang Chay Wee; "Hitachi Aqua-Tech"), which handles the design, manufacturing, sales, and maintenance of reverse osmosis (RO) membrane systems, and Aqua Works and Engineering Pte. Ltd. (CEO: Terry Chang; "Aqua Works"), an engineering company that handles water related facilities for condominiums as well as commercial and public facilities.

  7. WesTech Launches New Website

    The new website will better assist municipalities, industries, minerals processing entities, engineers, contractors, and maintenance personnel in selecting equipment and solutions for water and wastewater processing applications.

  8. Phosphorus Regs Result In High Price Tag For CT Utility

    Increasing phosphorus regulations are significantly impacting the bottom line at many WWTPs, often requiring millions of dollars in improvements just to stay in compliance.

  9. H2O Innovation Secures Four New Industrial Projects Totalling $3.1M

    H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation” or the “Corporation”) is proud to announce it was awarded four (4) new industrial projects in North America. These new contracts, worth $3.1 M, will bring the Corporation’s project sales backlog to $55.1 M.

  10. Dow Spotlights Innovations In Addressing Water Resource And Supply Challenges

    Although roughly 70 percent of the Earth’s surface is water, we can only use less than 1 percent of it, which makes water scarcity an increasing global concern. As a leader in innovations addressing our nation’s water scarcity and infrastructure challenges, Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company joined the Value of Water Coalition to host a panel for Infrastructure Week 2015, May 11-15 in Minneapolis.