Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Porex Filtration Offers Solution To Contaminated Water In Jakarta, Indonesia With Tubular Membrane Filter

    Access to clean water is a problem that affects people around the world. In Jakarta, Indonesia, Porex Filtration recently responded to a call for a small-scale water filtration system to provide clean water to a low-income apartment complex that had long suffered with poor quality water.

  2. 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.

  3. CH2M’s Jim Lozier Named 2016 Water Quality Person Of The Year

    CH2M recently announced that Jim Lozier was named the 2016 Water Quality Person of the Year by the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and the American Water Works Association (AWWA).

  4. 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.

  5. San Diego County Taps The Sea With Largest Seawater Desalination Plant In Western Hemisphere

    The California Department of Water Resources confirmed Water Year 2014 was one of the driest seasons on record – and the first half of 2015 didn’t deliver wetter results. With Californians using an average of 196 gallons of water per capita per day (excluding agriculture),1 the state is in clear need of hydration.

  6. Dow Takes Next Step With New Investment In KSA

    The Dow Chemical Company has awarded Fluor Corporation the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for its Reverse Osmosis (RO) manufacturing facility in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

  7. 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. 

  8. Jacobi Carbons, Inc. Announces WQA Sustainability Certification For Activated Carbon

    The Jacobi Carbons Group announced recently that its Nattandiya, Sri Lanka production facility has received certification from the Water Quality Association (WQA) under WQA/ASPE/ANSI Standard S-802: Product Sustainability for Activated Carbon.

  9. The Municipal Authority Of The Township Of Robinson's Groveton Water Treatment Plant Attains Highest Level Of Performance

    The Municipal Authority of the Township of Robinson’s Groveton Water Treatment Plant has received the prestigious Presidents Award from the Partnership for Safe Water.

  10. MICRODYN-NADIR Acquires TriSep, A U.S.-Based Specialty Membrane Company

    MICRODYN-NADIR has announced the acquisition of specialty membrane company TriSep Corporation. The Goleta, California, based company has profound experience and expertise in the area of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration and has built a strong reputation for successfully customizing solutions to the need of their broad customer base.