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Texas Gov. Abbott Visits World’s Largest Water Desalination Plant in Israel

21-01-2016

Texas Governor Gregg Abbott visited Tuesday the Sorek seawater desalination plant as part of an economic development mission to Israel, hosted by IDE CEO Avshalom Felber. During his visit, the Governor expressed his intention to partner with Israeli technology companies like IDE, a world leader in water treatment, to develop and deploy water …

MICRODYN-NADIR Turns 50

20-01-2016

MICRODYN-NADIR is the technology leading membrane and module supplier for the micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration worldwide. The membrane division of the former Hoechst AG, which used to be known as NADIR Filtration, was founded in 1966. In 2003, NADIR Filtration and MICRODYN Modulbau, whose roots go back to the AKZO AG, merged and have been an …

Black & Veatch Ranked 1st Among List of Best Private Companies for Leaders

19-01-2016

Chief Executive Magazine List Identifies 40 Companies that Excel at Nurturing Leaders Black & Veatch has been selected as the best company for leadership development in the Private Company category of Chief Executive Magazine’s annual study of the “Best Companies for Leaders.” It is the company’s third consecutive …

Hyflux wins another contract in Saudi Arabia

19-01-2016

Hydrochem Saudi Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hyflux Group (Hyflux), has been awarded a contract by Snamprogetti Saudi Arabia Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Saipem S.p.A. (Saipem) to design, manufacture and supply a seawater reverse osmosis and sulphate removal facilities package in Khurais, Saudi Arabia. The project value is approximately US$ 50.4 …

Editor’s pickPOME Asia: A new supplement for the treatment of palm oil mill effluent

14-01-2016

From 2016 onwards, Water & Wastewater Asia will launch an annual supplement for the treatment of palm oil mill effluent (POME), POME Asia. “We have communicated with industry players and noted that this is an area which many companies are moving into and would like more information on,” said Mr Pang. “It’s a very …