Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. New KAY QSR Managed Water Filtration Program Helps Protect Beverage Quality

    Ecolab introduces the KAY QSR Managed Water Filtration Program to address the increasingly complex beverage demands of quick service restaurants (QSR).

  2. Jacobi Carbons AB To Create A Reactivation Center In Spain

    Jacobi Carbons AB announces the establishment of "Jacobi Carbons España S.L." and what is to become Spain’s first Reactivation Center in Zaragoza, Spain. The plant will be opened in 2016 and will serve the growing demand of Jacobi's customers in the municipal drinking water market on the Iberian Peninsula.

  3. Dow Breakthrough Water Technology Earns Bronze Edison Award Honor

    Fast on the heels of designating FILMTEC ECO Reverse Osmosis (RO) Elements as the company’s second Breakthrough to a World Challenge, Dow garners a prestigious Edison Award. 

  4. 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.

  5. Maximum Throughput, Minimum Pressure Drop

    GKD-USA, Inc., the global technology leader for woven filter media, announced recently further improvements to the flow capacity of the company’s Optimized Dutch Weave (ODW) meshes. The new developments bring water and wastewater filtration facilities a better throughput rate, better retention rate and longer filter media life.

  6. New Brew Made From Treated Charles River Water Announced By Harpoon Brewery And Desalitech

    Boston-based craft brewer Harpoon Brewery and Desalitech, an innovative water treatment company based in Newton, recently announced an exciting new collaboration to treat and brew 300 gallons of water from the Charles River to create a limited edition beer — Charles River Pale Ale.

  7. Quick And Not-So-Dirty: A Rapid Nano-Filter For Clean Water

    Simple to make and simple to scale up, the technology harnesses naturally occurring nano-structures that grow on liquid metals.

  8. South West Water Assigns PWN Technologies To Build Its New Advanced Water Treatment Plant

    PWN Technologies has been assigned to build the new North Plymouth Water Treatment Works of water utility South West Water in the United Kingdom. 

  9. Durable Hydrophilic Water Filtration Membranes Granted A New Certification

    The new Neophil PVDF hollow fiber ultrafiltration membranes have been granted NSF/ANSI 61 certification for drinking water production.

  10. Nigeria’s President Reveals Official Commissioning Plaque And Tours Lower Usuma Dam Water Treatment Plant

    President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, officially commissioned the 480 million litres per day (MLD) ‘Phases 3 & 4’ Lower Usuma Dam Water Treatment Plant this month, together with a number of high ranking Nigerian officials.