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Protecting Malaysian citizens from contamination and water supply disruptions

Waterco, Malaysia, water network, water monitoring, water quality, drinking water, water treatment, water supply

The Kuala Lumpur manufacturing plant of water treatment producer and distributor, Waterco Limited, has released a new range of residential and commercial filters to help protect Malaysian citizens from toxic contamination and water supply disruptions. Waterco designed the new filters to help combat increased river pollution and protect natural …

LANXESS to launch first online Virtual Day

LANXESS, Virtual Day, liquid purification technology, LPT, water treatment, wastewater treatment

Speakers of LANXESS's Liquid Purification Technologies, Inorganic Pigments, Saltigo business units and Distribution departments answered media questions at 2020 LANXESS Virtual Day Media Preview German specialty chemicals company LANXESS will launch on September 15-17 its first-ever online Virtual Day under the theme of “Creating value with …

Feng Ming Construction fined $56,500 for damaging water main and unauthorised piling works

PUB, water treatment, water network, water monitoring, Singapore

Feng Ming Construction Pte Ltd has been fined a total of $56,500 for damaging a large water main and carrying out unauthorised sheet piling installation works at Dunearn Road in 2019. The damage led to substantial loss of approximately 468,000 litres of potable water, enough to fill about one-fifth of an Olympic-sized swimming pool. As a result of …

SD 335 Multi now available

Tintometer, SD335, water treatment, equipment

Anyone who works on several tasks at the same time as a multitasker will love it. The new SD 335 Multi is available and can measure several parameters simultaneously. But the multi-talent for electrochemical measurements can do even more in water analysis. It literally follows the user at every turn, even in demanding environments. Lovibond® …

Editor’s pickMads Nipper steps down

Grundfos, water treatment, Mads Nipper

Mads Nipper has announced that he will resign as CEO of Grundfos at the end of 2020, after accepting an offer to become CEO of the energy company Ørsted. “Grundfos has delivered outstanding results since Mads joined us in 2014. We would like to thank Mads for his strong contribution and congratulate him, and Ørsted, on his …