Wastewater Membranes News

  1. Tough Aqua Material For Water Purification

    Water purification processes usually make use of robust membranes for filtering off contaminants while working at high pressures. Can materials employing water as major component be made strong enough to suit such a demanding application? Israeli scientists now report that a supramolecular aqua material can be utilized as a sustainable membrane for water purification at high pressures.

  2. GE’s Water & Process Technologies To Upgrade Chinese Wastewater Treatment Plant

    GE’s Water & Process Technologies recently announced that it will supply its advanced wastewater treatment equipment for an upgrade of the Luo Fang Wastewater Treatment Plant in Shenzhen City, Guang Dong province, making it the largest membrane bioreactor (MBR) plant in China.

  3. ACWA Emirates Completes MBR Water Treatment Works For Saudi Aramco Shaybah Oil Field Residential Complex

    ACWA Emirates, part of the ACWA Group, a leading water and wastewater solutions provider, has completed a new state-of-the art wastewater treatment plant for Saudi Aramco, the world’s top exporter of crude oil and natural gas, to support the residential complex at the company’s expanding Shaybah oil field in the Empty Quarter.

  4. Downlite New Wastewater Recovery System Successfully Installed

    Downlite — a down and feather processor and supplier of responsibly-sourced performance fills to the outdoor, home furnishings and hospitality markets — recently unveiled its new wastewater recovery system that allows Downlite to recycle and reuse up to 99 percent of the water used to clean and sanitize its down and feather fills — saving up to 40 million gallons of water annually.

  5. newterra Brings Toilet-To-Tap Technology In-House

    newterra, a leader in modular water, wastewater and groundwater treatment solutions, is pushing the limits of water treatment technology at its 3-acre production facility in Brockville, ON to highlight the growing need for water reuse. The company has installed a fully operational treatment system that turns raw sewage into clean, pure water that’s safe to drink.

  6. akvola Technologies Wins A Strategic Partner And Shareholder To Accelerate The Adoption Of akvoFloat In Asia

    akvola Technologies ("Company"), a water technology company providing solutions for the removal of oils and suspended solids from hard-to-treat industrial effluents, has announced recently that it has won CBC Group –a Japanese technology trading company with a global presence– as a strategic partner and shareholder.

  7. Emefcy Group Limited Announces First China Demonstration Plant In Operation And Commissioned Ahead Of Schedule

    Melbourne, Australia and Caesarea, Israel: Emefcy Group Limited (“Emefcy”) is pleased to announce that less than two weeks since arriving on site, its first demonstration packaged plant is in operation and has been commissioned ahead of schedule at, one of the top institutes in China and an ideal, state-of-the-art location for Chinese customers to visit.

  8. GE Mobile Water Solution Enables Orlando Utilities Commission To Continue Wastewater Treatment During Planned Outage

    Routine maintenance at the Curtis H. Stanton Energy Center, and the need to shut down a generation unit at the power plant, left Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) with a decreased power capacity to treat its wastewater through regular methods.

  9. Four Graduate Students Studying Novel Membrane Technologies Receive The 2016 AMTA-Reclamation Fellowship Award

    The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) of Stuart, FL, and the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) of Denver, CO, are pleased to announce the 2016 AMTA-Reclamation Fellowships for Membrane Technology have been awarded to graduate students Masoud Aghajani of the University of Colorado, Boulder; Kasia Grzebyk of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Carlyn Higgins of the University of Central Florida; and Christopher Morrow of University of Southern California at Los Angeles.

  10. Designed And Supplied By Aquatech International, Egypt's First Integrated Zero Liquid Discharge Plant Reduces Fresh Water Demand On The River Nile By 70 Percent

    Three years ago, Aquatech International, a global leader in water purification technology for industrial and infrastructure markets, was awarded a contract by the Egyptian Ethylene and Derivatives Company (ETHYDCO) to provide a landmark water treatment facility that includes the first integrated Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) plant in Egypt.