Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Outsmarting Pathogens: Research Aims To Solve Key Filtration Challenges

    By the year 2025 it is projected that nearly 2 billion people will live in areas of water scarcity.

  2. IDE Americas To Provide Reverse Osmosis Solution For Revitalization Of Seawater Desalination Facility In California

    IDE Americas announced it has been selected to refurbish, operate and maintain the recommissioned Charles E. Meyer Desalination Plant in Santa Barbara, California.

  3. Scammers Try To Cash In On GenX Contamination Fears

    Scammers in North Carolina appear to be taking advantage of concerns over the drinking water contaminant GenX by attempting to sell products they claim will safeguard household taps.

  4. Clean Water Systems & Stores Releases New Guide For Wells In Flood Zones: 'What To Do When Your Well Is Covered By Flood Waters’

    It is estimated that over 45 million Americans or about 15% of the population, get their water from privately owned non-public ground water wells. These private ground water wells can provide clean, safe, potable water.

  5. Filtering Molecules From The Water Or Air With Nanomembranes

    Free-standing carbon membranes that are a millionth of a millimetre thin: these are a special research field of Professor Dr. Armin Gölzhäuser from Bielefeld University and his research group.

  6. Humic Acid Recovery: New Tech Claims Economic Benefits

    A new invention out of Holland enables drinking water treatment plants to recover humic acid during treatment.

  7. H2O Innovation Wins The Visionary Company Of The Year Prize At The 2016 Vision Trophy Awards For The Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Of Quebec

    H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation” or the “Corporation”) is proud to announce that last night it won the Visionary Company of the Year prize at the 2016 Vision Trophy Awards for the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Quebec. The Corporation was among three finalists for this major distinction, along with Graph Synergie and IEL ltée.

  8. Four Graduate Students Studying Novel Membrane Technologies Receive The 2018 AMTA-Reclamation Fellowship Award

    The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) of Stuart, FL, and the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) of Denver, CO, are pleased to announce the 2018 AMTA-Reclamation Fellowships for Membrane Technology have been awarded to graduate students Mackenzie Anderson, University of California, Los Angeles; Carlo Alberto Amadei, Harvard University; Alma Beciragic, University of North Carolina; and Mengyuan Wang, University of Colorado, Boulder.

  9. Spectra Watermakers Relieve Drought-Stricken Marshall Islands

    On Utrik, a remote atoll in the Marshall Islands, the region's first permanent solar and wind-powered water desalination plant is staving off the effects of a yearlong, region-wide drought.

  10. Low Energy, Cost Saving Elements Keep The Beer Flowing

    Breweries need power to produce their products, and power plants need consistent, high-quality water to operate effectively. Since source water varies based on location, water chemistry, and time of year, a power station for a major brewer in North America turned to Dow Water & Process Solutions and Consolidated Water Solutions to deliver a means to a flavorful, robust and satisfying end.