Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. MANN+HUMMEL Acquires 50 Percent Of Water Filtration Specialist MICRODYN-NADIR

    The MANN+HUMMEL Group (www.mann-hummel.com) with headquarters in Ludwigsburg acquires a 50 percent stake of the German-based company MICRODYN-NADIR.

  2. Ovivo Partners With Cembrane For Patented Silicon Carbide Membrane Technology

    Ovivo Inc. ("Ovivo"), a global provider of water and wastewater treatment equipment, technology and systems, is pleased to announce the signing of a new licensing and investment agreement with Cembrane A/S ("Cembrane") for their Silicon Carbide ("SiC") Flat Plate Membrane technology.

  3. KOHLER Clarity Brings Safe Water To Those In Need

    An estimated 1.8 billion people lack access to safe drinking water. Kohler Co., a global leader in the plumbing industry, has developed a ceramic filtration system called KOHLER Clarity and will work with World Vision, iDE and Water Mission, among others, to enable people in remote regions to access safe, reliable drinking water.

  4. Thirst CEO Mina Guli To Speak At Membrane Conference

    The American Water Works Association and the American Membrane Technology Association announced recently that the founder and CEO of Thirst, Mina Guli, will kick-off the 2017 Membrane Technology Conference and Exposition to be held Feb. 13-17 in Long Beach, Ca.

  5. Environmental Protection Technologies Expands Water Treatment Operations With Desalitech System

    Desalitech, a provider of high-efficiency water production and wastewater treatment solutions, announced recently that Environmental Protection Technologies (EPT) of Israel will increase the production rate of its reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment system by 50 percent.

  6. Four Graduate Students Studying Novel Membrane Technologies Receive The 2016 AMTA-Reclamation Fellowship Award

    The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) of Stuart, FL, and the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) of Denver, CO, are pleased to announce the 2016 AMTA-Reclamation Fellowships for Membrane Technology have been awarded to graduate students Masoud Aghajani of the University of Colorado, Boulder; Kasia Grzebyk of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Carlyn Higgins of the University of Central Florida; and Christopher Morrow of University of Southern California at Los Angeles.

  7. Two Doctoral Students Studying Novel Membrane Technologies Receive The 2016 AMTA-NWRI Fellowship Award

    The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) of Stuart, FL, and National Water Research Institute (NWRI) of Fountain Valley, CA, are pleased to announce the 2016 AMTA-NWRI Fellowship for Membrane Technology has been awarded to doctoral students Sarah Dischinger of the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Mark Summe of University of Notre Dame. 

  8. Shelco Filters Completes 20,000 SF Expansion

    In order to meet increased demand for its ultra-premium MicroVantage line of filters and cartridges, Shelco Filters has expanded its manufacturing facility by more than 20,000 square feet.  The expansion, which was completed this month, will be dedicated to the production and testing of the company’s pleating operation for the popular MicroVantage filter cartridges and other Shelco products.

  9. Scientists At ESS, Swedish Water Research, ORNL Use VISION To Look At Common Contaminant For Cleaner Water Applications

    Water filtration is essential to maintaining public health. The ability to see how persistent contaminants like harmful bacteria, micropollutants, and microplastics behave at the atomic scale can enable engineers to make improved filters for more effective water treatment methods.

  10. Toray Receives Order For TORAYFIL Hollow Fiber Membrane Ultrafiltration Module For Korea’s Largest Membrane Filtration Water Purification Facility

    Toray Industries, Inc. (head office: Chuo-ku, Tokyo; President: Akihiro Nikkaku; hereinafter referred to as “Toray”) recently announced that it has received an order to supply TORAYFIL hollow fiber ultrafiltration (UF) membrane module to the largest membrane-based water purification facility in the Republic of Korea in Yeosu.