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NORD: A strong partner during the crisis

NORD productions, NORD DRIVESYSTEMS, production, COVID-19

Partitions between the workplaces protect the employees in the assembly area Even in the current challenging times, the drive specialist NORD DRIVESYSTEMS keeps the world turning. The delivery availability is fully guaranteed for all products. Furthermore, the investments in locations and logistics continue as planned. In the present course of …

Hong Kong systematically expands resource recovery capacity

Black & Veatch, Hong Kong

Hong Kong is improving resource efficiency, meeting resource recovery targets, while optimising infrastructure lifecycle opportunities. The Drainage Services Department (DSD) of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has selected Black & Veatch to conduct a three-year investigation into upgrading the Tai Po Sewage …

Centrisys to provide centrifuges for Waterloo, Iowa and Lancaster County, South Carolina

Centrisys, decanter, centrifuge systems, wastewater treatment

Centrisys Corporation has announced that it has secured an order for American-made decanter centrifuges from the City of Waterloo, Iowa Waste Management Services and the Lancaster County, South Carolina Water and Sewer District. The orders will support increased processing capacities, technology and service upgrades, and treatment centre …

Veolia launches SIRION™ Pro

Veolia, reverse osmosis

Through its business unit SOLYS, Veolia Water Technologies is pleased to announce the launch of the SIRION™ Pro range, a simplified version of the SIRION™ RO range. A compact, plug-and-play system which integrates AQUAVISTA™ digital services, SIRION™ Pro is dedicated to high-quality industrial process water production. In …

SUEZ introduces the next generation of Endotoxin detection with Sievers Eclipse BET

SUEZ, endotoxin detection, wastewater treatment, water treatment

SUEZ has unveiled the Sievers Eclipse* Bacterial Endotoxins Testing (BET) Platform, a groundbreaking analytical instrument that simplifies assay setup while meeting global regulatory requirements. Through innovative design, the Eclipse platform significantly decreases pipetting steps, reduces operator-to-operator variability, and increases …

Intel plans to be “net water positive” by 2030

Intel, net water positive

Earlier this year Microsoft announced it would be carbon negative by 2030. And now semiconductor king Intel plans a similar move but for water: to achieve net positive water use within the next decade. As part of its new 2030 strategy and recently published corporate responsibility report, the computer chip giant laid out an ambitious …

Saltworks Technologies wins first order for next-generation UHP RO system

water treatment, wastewater treatment, Nitto, Saltworks, RO, reverse osmosis

Saltworks Technologies has announced its first commercial order for an industrial Ultra High-Pressure Reverse Osmosis (UHP RO) system with Nitto high performing Hydranautics PRO-XP1 spiral wound membranes rated to 1,800 psi (124 bar). Building on the seawater reverse osmosis systems, Ultra high-pressure RO operates at 50% higher pressure, which …