Wastewater Membranes News

  1. WEFTEC Conference In The United States: SUEZ Announces 4 Contracts On The American Continents

    At the WEFTEC1 conference, held from the 29th of September to the 3rd of October in New Orleans, SUEZ’s Water Technologies and Solutions business unit announced 4 contracts. SUEZ is also expanding its range of membrane technologies to fully meet its customer needs

  2. MODEC Selects SUEZ's Seawater Sulfate Reducing Nanofiltration Membranes For Offshore Oil Project In Brazil

    Needing to eliminate sulfate from injection water for offshore oil production, MODEC turned to SUEZ for a full replacement of existing membranes on a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel in Brazil. For the project, SUEZ will provide 1,000 seawater sulfate removal (SWSR) nanofiltration membranes for MODEC's FPSO vessels MV22 and MV24 deployed in the Santos Basin.

  3. SUEZ To Operate And Maintain Wastewater Treatment Plant For Litehouse Inc., A Salad Dressing Manufacturer

    SUEZ, through its Water Technologies & Solutions Business Unit, recently announced that it recently received a multiyear operations and maintenance contract to manage a new wastewater treatment plant at Litehouse Inc. in Lowell, Michigan. SUEZ will provide an on-site operator, wastewater treatment chemicals, 24/7 technical support and also will employ its InSight asset performance management (APM) system to use data and analytics to ensure that the plant operates at the highest levels of reliability, efficiency and output. In addition, SUEZ is coordinating the sludge handling for the wastewater treatment plant, which will be commissioned in early October.

  4. SUEZ Technology Helps New Orleans Project To Control Flooding At Three Drainage Canals

    After being devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, New Orleans is committed to protecting the city from future flooding. As such, as part of the Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps (PCCP) project, SUEZ, through its Water Technologies & Solutions Business Unit, recently completed the installation of 17 custom Climber Screen systems. With this innovative screen technology, the city will be able to control flooding and help prevent pollution while directing water back into Lake Pontchartrain.

  5. City Of Barrie, Ontario, Selects SUEZ Technology To Meet Wastewater Effluent Limits For Phosphorous

    Faced with the challenge of meeting recent stringent total phosphorus effluent limits, the city of Barrie, Ontario, needed to upgrade its wastewater treatment facility. Recently, SUEZ, through its Water Technologies & Solutions Business Unit, announced that it has been selected through an open competition as the membrane bioreactor (MBR) system supplier for this project, which will become one of the largest MBR plants in Canada.

  6. Pentair Showcases Smart, Sustainable Water Solutions At WEFTEC 2018

    Pentair, a leading global water treatment company, is showcasing its latest innovations this week at the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition (WEFTEC) in New Orleans.

  7. Ovivo Partners With Cembrane For Patented Silicon Carbide Membrane Technology

    Ovivo Inc. ("Ovivo"), a global provider of water and wastewater treatment equipment, technology and systems, is pleased to announce the signing of a new licensing and investment agreement with Cembrane A/S ("Cembrane") for their Silicon Carbide ("SiC") Flat Plate Membrane technology.

  8. Smith & Loveless Launches The Water Industry's Newest MBR At WEFTEC Booth #5347

    Smith & Loveless is displaying the latest in Membrane Bioreactor technology with its launch of the new TITAN MBR™ at WEFTEC's Water Quality Event in New Orleans.

  9. PolyCera Membranes Expands Product Portfolio With New Ultrafiltration Products And Nanofiltration Elements

    PolyCera, Inc., which designs and manufactures innovative membrane technology solutions serving the global water, wastewater and process separation markets, will unveil eight new membrane products at WEFTEC2018, which takes place September 30-October 3 at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center.

  10. Manta Rays’ Food-Capturing Mechanism May Hold Key To Better Filtration Systems

    Manta rays strain their tiny food from mouthfuls of seawater in a novel way that could hold the key to better filtration in a variety of commercial applications, new research by Oregon State University shows.