Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Aquiva Foundation And STELCO Team To Provide Drinking Water From Waste Heat In The Maldives

    The small Maldivian Island of Guhli welcomes the world’s first desalination unit utilizing the waste heat of the local power generator to produce up to 10 tons of drinking water per day through membrane distillation.

  2. Frost & Sullivan: Advanced Filtration Offers Emerging Markets A Cost-Effective Alternative To Water Recycling

    Stringent water and wastewater regulations, expanding population, and receding water tables have made a strong case for water and wastewater filtration systems all over the world.

  3. Microgel-Based Thermoresponsive Membranes For Water Filtration

    Filtration using membrane filters is one of the most commonly used separation techniques. Modern developments are aimed at membranes with tailored separation properties as well as switchability.

  4. The Official SEPAREL® Website For Degassing Modules Is Live

    Sun Chemical Advanced Materials is pleased to announce that the Official SEPAREL® Website is now live. This new, immersive website details how SEPAREL assists the degasification and aeration of water by utilizing a proprietary non-porous membrane from the DIC Corporation.

  5. H2O Innovation: Piedmont Launches Its New Product Line Of Disc And Screen Self-Cleaning Filters

    H2O Innovation Inc. is proud to announce its independent subsidiary, Piedmont, a global leader in corrosion resistant equipment for desalination plants in the industrial and municipal markets, recently launched a new product line of disc and screen self-cleaning filters. Depending on the model and size of the project, the scope of supply could be anywhere from $6,500 to $1.5 M.

  6. NSF International Publishes New Standard For Supplemental Microbiological Water Treatment Systems

    NSF International has published a new American National Standard for drinking water filters designed to reduce potentially harmful microorganisms from municipal drinking water systems during the critical period between a water-supply contamination and a boil-water advisory.

  7. Dow Reverse Osmosis Technology Provides Safer Drinking Water By Treating Seawater In Oman’s Largest Seawater Desalination Plant

    Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, was selected by SUEZ, a reverse osmosis (RO) desalination plant design, construction and operations leader since 1969, to supply its advanced RO elements to desalinate seawater at the Barka Desalination Plant – Phase 4 (Barka IWP), located in Barka in the South Batinah governorate of Oman.

  8. Hitachi To Merge RO Membrane System Subsidiary And Water Facilities Engineering Subsidiary In Singapore

    Hitachi, Ltd. announced recently that it has decided to merge Hitachi Aqua-Tech Engineering Pte. Ltd. (Managing Director: Tang Chay Wee; "Hitachi Aqua-Tech"), which handles the design, manufacturing, sales, and maintenance of reverse osmosis (RO) membrane systems, and Aqua Works and Engineering Pte. Ltd. (CEO: Terry Chang; "Aqua Works"), an engineering company that handles water related facilities for condominiums as well as commercial and public facilities.

  9. AdEdge Water Technologies Awarded biottta® Nitrate Removal Project For The West Valley Water District, California

    AdEdge Water Technologies recently announced it has been awarded and is implementing a biottta® (biologically tailored two-stage treatment approach) nitrate, perchlorate, and trichloroethylene removal project for the West Valley Water District, California.

  10. Sonitec-Vortisand Is Pre-Qualified For The Build In Canada Innovation Program With The H2F Vortisand

    Sonitec-Vortisand is proud to announce that it has been pre-qualified for the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) offered by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) for the H2F Vortisand cross-flow microsand submicron filter.