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2019

The start-up nation is coming together for water

15-11-2019

WATEC 2019 will be held on November 18-21, 2019 at the InterContinental David Tel Aviv Hotel, with hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of participants from around the world. Israel currently exports approximately $2.4 billion in technology and equipment annually, and this figure is climbing.  This year, the …

Pall Water’s new offering designed to maximise water production

15-11-2019
Pall Water, T96, AriaTM FAST T96, turn-key mobile filtration solution, clean water, cost efficiency, operational versatility, performance reliability, small footprint

Pall Water, a world leader in water filtration, separation, and purification, has released the newest offering in their AriaTM FAST product line: T96. Designed to maximise space and plant uptime while improving operator experience, the T96 is a turn-key mobile filtration solution for producing clean, compliant water. Recognising industrial …

Earthworms used to treat wastewater

15-11-2019
wastewater treatment

An EU-funded project which is being trialled in 11 countries including Scotland, the study will measure the effectiveness of earthworms, water fleas and microalgae as a carbon neutral method of treating wastewater.  The 12-month Scottish Water pilot, which is being led by the research and innovation team, has just got underway in the small …

New Tsurumi sales office opens in Australia

15-11-2019
Tsurumi, Australia, pumps

Tsurumi Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has opened Tsurumi Australia Pty Ltd as a new sales office in Perth, in western Australia. Through the new office, Tsurumi is channeling its broad product lineup and the long track record of sales it has racked up around the world as a leading manufacturer of submersible pumps into making a stronger sales pitch to …

Municipal utility focus on resiliency, aging water infrastructure drives 10-Year, $234 billion Pipe Network Forecast

14-11-2019
market report, pipe network forecast

More than US$234 billion (S$319.1 billion) of capital expenditures (CAPEX) are forecasted over the next decade to address aging municipal water & wastewater pipe network infrastructure. Precipitated by decades of underinvestment, municipal utilities are under increasing pressure to address deteriorating linear assets at a faster …

Energy Recovery CEO resigns

14-11-2019
Energy Recovery Inc

Chris Gannon has resigned as president and CEO of Energy Recovery Inc. Gannon, who was appointed Energy Recovery president and CEO last year, cited personal reasons for his departure. The Energy Recovery board has named chairman Robert Yu Lang Mao as interim president and CEO. Mao will lead the executive search for a permanent replacement for …

Pentair’s fish-friendly impeller at Aquatech

14-11-2019
Pentair Fairbanks Nijhuis, Aquatech

Pentair Fairbanks Nijhuis recently showcased its pumps and systems for critical water infrastructure and industrial applications at Aquatech Amsterdam. The company showcased its capabilities for water treatment, wastewater, sewage and flood control and a highlight at the Pentair booth was its large fish-friendly flood control impeller. The …

Europump leads drive for harmonisation

14-11-2019
Europump, drinking water

Europump, the European Association of Pump Manufacturers, is at the forefront of the drive for harmonisation of quality standards for products that come into contact with drinking water. One key area of activity for Europump has been its work in relation to the EU Commission’s stated commitment to revise its 20-year-old Drinking Water …