Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Nation’s Largest Seawater Desalination Plant Enhances Water Supply Reliability For San Diego County

    Operations are under way at the nation’s largest and most technologically advanced seawater desalination plant, which was dedicated today by more than 600 elected officials, community leaders and project partners.

  2. Switzerland’s First CeraMac Water Treatment Plant Operational

    The first water treatment plant in Switzerland using PWNT’s CeraMac system was officially opened on 19 October 2018.

  3. Lanxess AG : Ion Exchange Resins And Reverse Osmosis Membrane Elements For The Highest Requirements

    Cologne - Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is showcasing high-performance ion exchange resins from its successful Lewatit range together with reverse osmosis membrane elements from the Lewabrane range at Aquatech 2013, taking place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from November 5 to 8. 

  4. Veolia To Supply 'Customised Water Flood' Water Treatment System Module For Woodside FPSO Offshore Western Australia In A Multimillion US Dollar Contract

    Veolia, through its subsidiary VWS Westgarth, has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract by Aibel Singapore on behalf of Woodside Petroleum Ltd. for the supply of the Customised water Flood water treatment system on the Ngujima-Yin Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) facility that will operate in Woodside’s Greater Enfield Area Development fields, offshore northwest Australia.

  5. AdEdge Water Technologies Awarded biottta® Nitrate Removal Project For The West Valley Water District, California

    AdEdge Water Technologies recently announced it has been awarded and is implementing a biottta® (biologically tailored two-stage treatment approach) nitrate, perchlorate, and trichloroethylene removal project for the West Valley Water District, California.

  6. Pennsylvania Power Plant Saves 1.3 Million Gallons Of Drinking Water Per Day After Installing GE’s Advanced Water Reuse Technology

    Covanta’s Delaware Valley energy-from-waste facility in Chester, Pennsylvania, has saved 1.3 million gallons a day (MGD) from local water supplies by installing GE’s advanced RePAK water reuse technology in the power plant’s cooling tower.

  7. Frost & Sullivan: Advanced Filtration Offers Emerging Markets A Cost-Effective Alternative To Water Recycling

    Stringent water and wastewater regulations, expanding population, and receding water tables have made a strong case for water and wastewater filtration systems all over the world.

  8. Advanced Filtration Offers Emerging Markets A Cost-Effective Alternative To Water Recycling Says Frost & Sullivan

    The water and wastewater filtration systems market shows great potential in Asia - Revenues are expected to soar to $9 billion by 2019.

  9. Saving Through Science: Conserving Water And Energy With Reverse Osmosis

    Our individual global water-energy “splashprint” is much higher than most of us think. Consider that it takes 2,867 gallons of water to make one pair of jeans or 1,500 gallons to make a desktop computer.

  10. New York High School Student Receives Prestigious Award For Developing Clean Drinking Water Project

    A Dix Hills, New York, high school senior has won the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Patrick H. Hurd Sustainability Award for a project currently providing clean drinking water affordably to a community in Kenya.