Wastewater Membranes News

  1. Emefcy Ltd Is Recognized As A 2016 Breakthrough Water Technology Company Of The Year

    Emefcy Limited, a global leader in energy-efficient wastewater treatment solutions, recently announced that it was recognized as a 2016 Breakthrough Water Technology Company of the Year by Global Water Intelligence (“GWI”), one of the industry’s preeminent research organizations.

  2. Multi-Ion Feeds Firmly Under Control

    The more accurately a proposed concept offered to a customer takes account of the prevailing circumstances, the easier it is to satisfy the customer's needs. To ensure that the design process of reverse osmosis systems is even more successful in the future, specialty chemicals company LANXESS continuously carries out R&D in the field of water treatment.

  3. Pall Water Underscores Commitment To Water Quality And Consistency In 2017

    Pall Water, a division of Pall Corporation and the filtration partner of choice for companies who need smart water solutions, today announced its new alignment within the family of operating companies owned by Danaher Corporation, a global science and technology innovator.

  4. European Commission Addresses Barriers To Innovation: The First Innovation Deal Focuses On Water Reuse

    Recently, the European Commission, together with 14 partners from national and regional authorities, universities, knowledge centres, innovators and end-users, takes concrete steps to address regulatory barriers to innovation by signing the first Innovation Deal on "Sustainable Waste Water Treatment Combining Anaerobic Membrane Technology (AnMbR) and Water Reuse".

  5. Emefcy Group And RWL Water To Deploy MABR Wastewater Treatment Systems In Tianjin, China

    Emefcy Group Limited, a global leader in energy-efficient wastewater treatment solutions and RWL Water, one of the fastest growing water solutions companies in the world, recently announced their first jointly developed project in China.

  6. Kevin Costner, Water Planet Team Up To Advance Sustainable Water Reuse With Smart Membrane Products

    In 2009, famed actor and environmentalist Kevin Costner and Eric Hoek, then a professor of engineering at UCLA, joined forces to develop a system aimed at cleaning up oil & gas produced water.

  7. Vibrating Membrane System Helps Turn Cow Manure Into Clean Water & Organic Fertilizer

    New Logic Research announced today the successful commissioning of a VSEP®vibrating membrane system to make clean water from digested cow manure.

  8. LANXESS Filters Harmful Substances From Water

    Water is the source of all life. All the more important it is therefore for us to manage it responsibly, and that means in industrial production too.

  9. Ahead Of World Water Day, Dow, Richard Childress Racing And University Research Partners Spotlight Importance Of Innovation And Collaboration In Arizona

    In the race to secure a sustainable water future, leaders from The Dow Chemical Company, NASCAR, Richard Childress Racing (RCR), the University of Arizona and Pima County Wastewater Reclamation met in Tucson to discuss local water challenges and solutions to effectively address water scarcity.

  10. Sweetwater Tech Resources Begins Operation Of First Merchant Facility In California To Treat Produced Water For Beneficial Reuse

    Water Planet’s breakthrough IntelliFlux control software is being deployed at California’s first merchant facility set up to treat oil and gas produced water for beneficial reuse.