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Timers halve SAF blower power use

A simple adjustment to blowers on submerged aerated filter (SAF) technology is bringing significant energy reductions in wastewater treatment, wrote Andrew Baird,...

De Nora reports increased demand for SWEC in Asia

De Nora’s SEACLOR seawater electrochlorination systems provide reliable and sustainable onsite cooling for coastal power generation. De Nora has...

The 13th IWA Project Innovation Awards announces 18 winners in six award categories

Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant wins Grand Innovation Award At the 2022 IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition, the...

GEA develops membrane filtration plant monitoring via app

Seagarden recently installed a nanofiltration unit for concentrating enzymatically treated peptides and will also incorporate GEA Smart Filtration to monitor the unit's operation (Image: GEA)

British Water seeks views on water company performance 

Lila Thompson is the CEO of British Water Water sector supply chain companies are being invited to share their experiences of working with...

Politics and practice connect around water as a key to action on climate and...

The International Water Association’s World Water Congress & Exhibition, underway in Copenhagen, Denmark, has hosted a summit connecting leading figures from the...

Veolia extends water reuse process for Baladna, reducing water consumption

(Image: Veolia Water Technologies, via Baladna) Following the first stage completed in 2020, Qatari dairy producer Baladna has worked again with Veolia Water...

LANXESS inaugurates biological wastewater treatment plant

LANXESS has commissioned a new wastewater treatment plant at its Belgium Kallo/Antwerp site (Image: LANXESS AG) LANXESS has commissioned a new wastewater treatment...

PUB raises S$800m in inaugural green bond issuance

Proceeds from green bonds issued will finance projects to strengthen Singapore’s water security and sustainability. PUB, Singapore’s national water...

Mölnlycke invests €50m in a new surgical gloves plant to meet future demand

Mölnlycke has invested €50m in a new plant in Kulim, Malaysia, to meet future demand for high-quality surgical gloves. The new plant...