Wastewater Membranes News

  1. Greenlane Secures New CDN$2.7M Biogas Upgrading Contract

    Greenlane Renewables Inc. recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Greenlane Biogas North America Ltd., has secured a new CDN$2.7M-dollar biogas upgrading contract with the Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission (“MWMC”).

  2. FTC Changes The Shape Of Filtration With Launch Of First Trapezoidal Liquid-Solids Filter Cartridge And Vessel System

    Houston-based Filtration Technology Corporation (FTC), a leader in innovative filtration and separation products and solutions, is changing the shape of the filtration and separation industry with the launch of Invicta, the first trapezoidal liquid-solids filter cartridge and vessel system on the market.

  3. Clean TeQ Successfully Completes Demonstration Project For Brine Hardness Removal In China

    Clean TeQ Holdings Limited (Clean TeQ or Company) (ASX/TSX:CLQ; OTCQX:CTEQF) is pleased to announce the successful completion of its hardness removal demonstration project in Inner Mongolia for Jiutai New Material (Jiutai).

  4. Getting The Oil Out Of Water

    Oil and water are famously reluctant to mix fully together. But separating them completely — for example, when cleaning up an oil spill or purifying water contaminated through fracking — is a devilishly hard and inefficient process that frequently relies on membranes that tend to get clogged up, or “fouled.”

  5. H2O Innovation Secures Five New Projects Totalling $4.7M, Including A Pilot For The Los Angeles County Sanitation District

    H2O Innovation Inc. is proud to announce it was awarded five (5) new projects in North America, including two in Texas.

  6. Fortune 50 Company Selects Cerahelix To Provide Revolutionary Membranes To Treat Over 100,000 Gallons Per Day Of Industrial Wastewater For Reuse At Manufacturing Facility

    Cerahelix, Inc., developer of a new class of ceramic membranes for water and wastewater treatment, has been awarded a contract by one of the world's largest manufacturers of personal care products – a Fortune 50 company – to provide its revolutionary ceramic membranes for use in treating wastewater for reuse.

  7. Avista Technologies, Inc. And Avista Technologies (UK) Ltd. Join Kurita Water Industries Ltd.

    Avista Technologies, Inc., together with its affiliate, Avista Technologies (UK) Ltd., (“Avista”) announced recently that it is being acquired by Kurita Water Industries, Ltd. (“Kurita”), a leading supplier of water treatment solutions headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

  8. Radical Desalination Approach May Disrupt The Water Industry

    Hypersaline brines—water that contains high concentrations of dissolved salts and whose saline levels are higher than ocean water—are a growing environmental concern around the world.

  9. Aqua-Aerobic Systems Launches New Website

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. has recently released a brand new, mobile-friendly website featuring the company’s complete portfolio of products and systems, applications and aftermarket programs.  The new site highlights the company’s innovation, including its research and technology center and technical seminar program and includes a comprehensive resource library, calendar of events and the latest company news.

  10. Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. An International Company And Leading Supplier Of Advanced Water And Wastewater Treatment Solutions, Announces Acquisition Of FUCHS Enprotec GmbH

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. (Loves Park, IL USA) and FUCHS Enprotec GmbH (Mayen, Germany) formally announced to their employees and shareholders that Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. has completed the acquisition of all shares in FUCHS Enprotec GmbH.