Wastewater Filtration News

  1. Evoqua Announces Definitive Agreement To Divest Memcor Product Line

    Evoqua Water Technologies recently announced an agreement to divest its Memcor membrane product line to DuPont Safety & Construction

  2. DuPont To Acquire Membrane Business From Evoqua Water Technologies Corp.

    DuPont recently announced it has signed an agreement to acquire the Memcor business including ultrafiltration and membrane biofiltration technologies from Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. 

  3. LANXESS At Aquatech In Amsterdam (Netherlands), From November 5 To 8, 2019

    “Innovative solutions for water treatment are gaining in importance in an attempt to use this resource responsibly. LANXESS can make valuable contributions to this in all application areas,” emphasizes Alexander Scheffler, Vice President Global Marketing and Product Development in the Liquid Purification Technologies (LPT) business unit at LANXESS.

  4. University And Abu Dhabi Collaboration Tackles World Water Shortages

    A partnership between The University of Manchester and Khalifa University of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi have developed graphene-based membranes to take salts out of water.

  5. Chemical Engineering Researchers Earn NSF Small Business Grant

    A chemical engineering faculty member and graduate student have received a $225,000 grant from the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research program to design a new wastewater treatment platform.

  6. DuPont To Acquire Ultrafiltration Membrane Business From BASF

    DuPont Safety & Construction (DuPont) today announced it has signed an agreement to acquire the Ultrafiltration Membrane business from BASF including inge GmbH.

  7. Cerahelix To Showcase Revolutionary Ceramic Nanofiltration Membranes At WEFTEC 2019

    Cerahelix, Inc. will showcase its breakthrough ceramic nanofiltration membranes for water and wastewater treatment at WEFTEC 2019, Booth #8344 in the Innovation Neighborhood.

  8. Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) And Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) Become Lower Cost Through Reverse Osmosis Innovation

    Saltworks is pleased to announce that recent advancements in reverse osmosis technology are now commercially available. Malcolm Man of Saltworks notes “we are changing the cost equation for brine management and minimal liquid discharge.

  9. U.S. EPA Awards $1.5M To San Francisco Estuary Partnership To Protect The Bay And Its Watersheds

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded an almost $1.5 million grant to the San Francisco Estuary Partnership for its Transforming Shorelines project.

  10. Jacobs Completes New State-Of-The-Art Filtration Plant For PUB In Singapore

    Jacobs announced it has successfully completed the testing and commissioning of a new, state-of-the-art Ceramic Membrane – Ozone – Biological Activated Carbon plant at the Choa Chu Kang Waterworks (CCKWW) for PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency