Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Ghalilah Desalination Plant Honored With Distinction Award For Desalination Plant Of The Year At 2016 Global Water Awards

    The Ghalilah desalination plant in the United Arab Emirates has been honored at the 2016 Global Water Awards with a Distinction Award in the Desalination Plant of the Year category, which recognizes plants commissioned in 2015 that represent the most impressive technical achievement in the industry.

  2. 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.

  3. Global Water Treatment Leader Kinetico Acquires Nimbus Water Systems

    Kinetico Incorporated, a global leader in the water treatment industry, is pleased to announce its acquisition of Nimbus Water Systems, a Southern California-based manufacturer of high-quality commercial and residential water treatment products.

  4. Hyflux Secures Letter Of Intent For Turnkey EPC Contract For Integrated Water And Power Project In Egypt Valued At Usd 500 Million

    Hyflux Ltd (Hyflux or The Group) is pleased to announce that it has been given a letter of intent for a contract by the General Authority for the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) to construct the Ain Sokhna Integrated Water and Power Project in Egypt. This letter of intent will be followed by signing of relevant contracts.

  5. Nanoparticles For Clean Drinking Water

    One way of removing harmful nitrate from drinking water is to catalyse its conversion to nitrogen. This process suffers from the drawback that it often produces ammonia.

  6. GE Technology Helps Lakeview Water Treatment Plant Take The Guesswork Out Of Plant Upgrades

    Using GE’s Water & Process Technologies’ asset performance management solution, the Region of Peel, Ontario, Canada, optimized the timing of its system upgrade with new membranes to ensure continued drinking water safety and reliability for its residents.

  7. Xylem Wins 2014 Water Reuse Equipment Manufacturer Of The Year

    Xylem, a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, was awarded the 2014 WateReuse Equipment Manufacturer of the Year by the WateReuse Association at their 29th Annual Symposium in Dallas, Texas.

  8. inge Ultrafiltration (UF) Technology Deemed Best Choice For 30 MGD Drinking Water Treatment Plant In Los Gatos, CA

    San Jose Water Company (SJWC) wants to upgrade its 40-year old Montevina Water Treatment Plant to provide safe, reliable water to Los Gatos residents and the surrounding areas. HDR Inc. conducted an intensive evaluation using an interactive multiple criteria tool to obtain assurance of proven performance and economy from newer membrane technologies.

  9. Water Planet Invited To Present IntelliFlux Artificial Intelligence-Based Control System At BlueTech Forum Innovation Showcase

    Water Planet, a global supplier of high-performance membrane-based water treatment solutions, has been selected to participate in the BlueTech Innovation Showcase at this year’s BlueTech Forum, which takes place in San Francisco on June 1, 2016.

  10. Veolia Wins €156M Contract And Contributes To Drinking Water Access In Sri Lanka

    Located in Sri Lanka’s Central Province, some 150 kilometers from the capital, Colombo, Greater Matale is a predominantly agricultural region. Veolia, through its subsidiary OTV, has just been appointed project manager for the construction of five new water treatment plants in the region along with 12 service reservoirs, five pumping stations and more 430 km of transmission and distribution pipes.