Treatment News

  1. Amarinth Delivers API 610 VS4 Pumps To Metito For ADCO Al Dabb’iya Facilities, UAE
    11/13/2017

    Amarinth, a leading company specialising in the design, application and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the Oil & Gas, petrochemical, chemical, industrial and power markets, has successfully delivered an order of API 610 VS4 pumps to Metito for installation in a waste water treatment plant at the ADCO Al Dabb’iya Facilities Development Phase III project, Abu Dhabi.

  2. Upgrades Underway For SA Water’s SE Wastewater Plants
    6/26/2018

    SA Water’s $4M upgrade to three wastewater treatment plants in the South East is underway, with significant progress already being made at its Millicent, Mount Burr and Nangwarry facilities.

  3. OriginClear Licenses Technology To Water Technologies International, Inc. (WTII) For Southeast USA
    6/12/2018

    OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OCLN), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, recently entered into a licensing agreement with Water Technologies International, Inc. (OTC: WTII), of Port St. Lucie, FL, which commercializes the innovative SIMPOD portable waste water treatment plant, and has developed a line of atmospheric water generators.

  4. Australian Technology Company Develops, Patents And Exports Globally Significant, Wastewater Treatment Technology
    8/7/2018

    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.

  5. Draft Fracking Regulations Released For Delaware River Watershed
    11/30/2017

    Today residents and organizations from throughout the Delaware River Watershed and beyond are celebrating and vowing enthusiastic support for the proposed ban on high volume hydraulic fracturing throughout the Delaware River Watershed in all “hydrocarbon bearing rock formations”.

  6. Solar-Powered Desalination Membranes Cut Expense Of Treating Wastewater
    7/10/2018

    Researchers from the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory have received a $2M grant from the Department of Energy to develop solar-powered desalination membranes that will be used to desalinate high-salinity brines such as those generated by some oil and gas extraction processes.

  7. Water Standard Successfully Delivers Membrane Water Treatment Package For First Of Its Kind Midstream Application
    3/6/2018

    Water Standard, a global leader in water treatment solutions for the energy industry, announced today that it successfully delivered a membrane water treatment package to a midstream energy company, as a groundbreaking component of their gas quality upgrade project within their LPG export terminal.

  8. Energy Department Launches Up To $15M To Tackle Solar Desalination
    9/27/2017

    The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced new funding to develop revolutionary solar desalination technologies that will help create freshwater from otherwise unusable waters.

  9. HTX Solutions Introduces Patented, Globally Significant Wastewater Treatment Technology At The 2018 Proactive's CEO Investors' Forum
    8/2/2018

    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.

  10. IndianOil Signs Agreement For Reuse Of Treated Water For Mathura Refinery
    6/21/2018

    In the august presence of Mr. Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation and Road Transport, Highways & Shipping, Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Mr. Sanjiv Singh, Chairman, Mr. B V Rama Gopal, Director (Refineries), and Dr. SSV Ram Kumar, Director (R&D), an agreement was signed for the reuse of treated waste water for Mathura Refinery on June 13, 2018 at New Delhi.