Industrial News

  1. Australian Technology Company Develops, Patents And Exports Globally Significant, Wastewater Treatment Technology

    Hydrus Technology Holdings Pty Ltd (HTH) an Australian company with its research & development facility in Brisbane, Australia has successfully developed, patented and launched its leading-edge HTX wastewater treatment technology to the global market.

  2. U.S. EPA Settles With Four Oakland Companies Over Clean Water Act Violations

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced settlements with four Oakland companies—Sierra Pacific Ready Mix, Argent Materials, National Recycling Corporation, and Nor-Cal Rock—over Clean Water Act violations. Under the terms of the settlements, the companies will pay a combined $137,000 in civil penalties and will better manage stormwater runoff.

  3. Silver Bullet Water Treatment Announces New Controlled Environment Agriculture Division

    Silver Bullet Water Treatment, LLC, a sustainable, green chemistry water treatment solutions provider, is proud to announce the launch of its Controlled Environment Agriculture business unit. The Controlled Environment Agriculture unit will serve the commercial indoor horticulture industry.

  4. City Of Newburgh Announces A Federal Lawsuit Against The US Air Force, NYS, Airport Operators, & Manufacturers For Contaminating Washington Lake With PFAS

    The City of Newburgh, New York (“City”) filed suit late yesterday afternoon in the United States District Court, Southern District of New York, seeking to halt on-going contamination of the City’s water supply by per- and polyfluoralkyl substances (“PFAS”) originating at Stewart Air National Guard Base (“Base”) and Stewart International Airport (“Airport”).

  5. Fluence Achieves First Commercial Aspiral™ Sale in the USA

    Fluence Corporation Limited (ASX: FLC) is pleased to announce the first commercial sale in the USA of its Aspiral™ Smart Packaged Wastewater Treatment Plant, based on Fluence’s innovative Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology.

  6. Sylvan Source (SSI) Announces Successful Pilot Test With California Utility, Employing Clean In Place (CIP)

    SSI announces a successful pilot test has been concluded with Southern California Edison (SCE) in which SSI’s patent-pending CIP mechanism was deployed enabling SSI’s Core water treatment system to operate continuously, treating cooling tower blowdown effluent directly without requiring any pretreatment systems or chemicals.

  7. Rice U. System Selectively Sequesters Toxins From Water

    Rice University scientists are developing technology to remove contaminants from water — but only as many as necessary.

  8. HTX Solutions Introduces Patented, Globally Significant Wastewater Treatment Technology At The 2018 Proactive's CEO Investors' Forum

    David Cam, 2017 World Oil Awards Finalist in the "Innovative Thinker" categoryand CEO of HTX Solutions, recently presented at the 2018 Proactive's CEO Investors' Forum.

  9. Global Water Market To Reach $915B By 2023 As Oil And Commodity Prices Recover, New GWI Forecasts Reveal

    The global water market is projected to reach a total value of $914.9B in 2023, according to the latest 2018-2023 forecasts published by Global Water Intelligence (GWI). GWI’s market research linked this growth to a recovering global economy, high commodity and oil prices, and major water quality and infrastructure plans such as those in Saudi Arabia, China, and Southeast Asia aimed at improving wastewater treatment and incentivising private finance in water.

  10. Harmful Dyes In Lakes, Rivers Can Become Colorless With New, Sponge-Like Material

    Dyes are widely used in industries such as textiles, cosmetics, food processing, papermaking and plastics. Globally, we produce about 700,000 metric tons — the weight of two Empire State Buildings — of dye each year to color our clothing, eye shadow, toys and vending machine candy.