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Collaborating on sustainable water solutions for people living in poverty. DuPont and Water.org have partnered to increase global access to safe water, with a focus on communities most vulnerable to the consequences of water scarcity. The partnership combines the...
OxyMem membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) technology will be used in the Anglian Water Triple Carbon Reduction project, named as one of the nine winners of Ofwat’s Water Breakthrough Challenge, sharing in £36 million to deliver wide scale, transformational change to benefit customers, society, and the environment....
inge GmbH has announced that its social media channels have been closed - the company's LinkedIn page has not been updated since 2 March, and its YouTube channel has also been closed. Instead, inge will now integrate with DuPont Water Solutions across all of...
DuPont has been awarded a three-year grant from PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency on behalf of National Research Foundation, Singapore (NRF) to shape the future for how Closed Circuit Reverse Osmosis (CCRO) technology can be applied to desalination processes to make the...
Through funding and leadership of DuPont Water Solutions, researchers recently found that the density of water filtration membranes, even at the atomic scale, can greatly affect how much clean water can be produced with reverse osmosis membranes. The study demonstrated that precise control of density can increase...
TapTec™ Plus HF Membrane is compatible with all residential water purifier brands DuPont Water Solutions, a business unit of DuPont Safety & Construction, recently launched TapTec™ Plus HF in December 2020 in the Indian market. DuPont™ TapTec™ Plus is compatible with all residential...
Researchers have solved a complex problem with water desalination that had baffled scientists for decades, until now. The work could make it possible to produce clean water at a lower cost. Desalination membranes remove salt and...
Photo credit: Tyler Henderson/Penn State Producing clean water at a lower cost could be on the horizon after researchers from The University of Texas at Austin and Penn State solved a complex problem that had baffled scientists for decades, until now.