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Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) has awarded a US$ 120 million contract for the expansion of the Shuaiba 2 seawater desalination plant to a joint venture including ACWA Holding and Japanese engineering firms Itochu Corporation and Sasakura.
Suez Environnement has merged its Degrémont subsidiary into its international operating division under a major restructuring of the group's operations outside of Europe that will create five new regional businesses.
GE wins drive deal for Yanbu 3 desalination plant
Judge rules against US water district bid to halt test slant well
Abengoa signs world first large renewable desalination plant deal
Australian mining town to up quality from boreholes close to pit with desalination plant
Masdar city, Masdar Institute, Laborelec, and Degrémont to collaborate in renewable-powered desalination project
Energy Recovery chief to quit

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Water technology company Xylem has signed an exclusive agreement with Nuove Energie to distribute a tertiary disk filter system for wastewater reuse and discharge requirements in the USA and Canada.
A Pennsylvania power plant has ended its use of 6.5 Ml/d of drinking water in cooling after installing GE Power and Water's advanced water reuse technology.
Evoqua launches reverse osmosis system into Asian industrial markets
World's biggest oil refinery takes Energy Recovery desalination delivery
LG NanoH2O appoints sales manager for Saudi
Koch appoints Mexico and Central America sales manager
Koch launches high-solids ultrafiltration cartridge
Xylem extends UV disinfection series to bigger flows

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Physicists at Utrecht University in The Netherlands have calculated that that energy producers theoretically could achieve a much higher yield when generating electricity by a version of so-called blue energy production - which harnesses the energy generated when saline and ...
Researchers at Australia's national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) claim to have found a means to end the need for desalinated water in a major copper mining process.
Carbon sponge could decarbonize desalination
New system uses 80% less energy than reverse osmosis researchers claim
Australian cutback leaves desalination centre seeking funds
Reused wastewater disinfection reports published by WRRF
Action under e-COST to tackle water reuse microbiology
June deadline for Paul L Bush award nominations

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Authors who wish to submit an extended abstract for the International Desalination Association's (IDA) upcoming conference on New Horizons for Desalination have until January 20, 2015.
The International Desalination Association (IDA) announces the conference agenda as well as a prestigious roster of confirmed and invited speakers for the event.


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When Statkraft abandoned its pilot pressure retarded osmosis project it took much of the momentum out of the industry s then accelerating progress. This was despite the reported successes of Japan s giant Mega-ton project. The authors here outline the chief challenges and the prevalent views of th...
Seung-Hyun Kim, director of GMVP, professor at Kyungnam University, and Dong-Ik Kim, senior vice president of GS Engineering and Construction

Material gains: cost savings from replacing stainless steel in valves are hugeLower cost materials and coatings used in addition to corrosion-resistant valve designs both urged on by preferences in plant construction contracts have reduced the capital and operational costs of valves used in membrane and thermal seawater desalination. The design of the valve too has a sign...
Christoph P. Pauly, KSB Aktiengesellschaft, Frankenthal


Treatment of process effluent water for reuse in food production
The real value of commercial-scale testing
Innovative Flow Analysis Method for High Loading Rate DAF
Comparing Desalination and Recycling for Water Supply Augmentation
New technology and long-term reliability in process and potable water production
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Membrane autopsyThe Genesys Membrane Laboratories in Madrid, Spain, provide a range of services specifically designed to identify the causes of membrane failure in reverse osmosis (RO), nanofiltration (NF) and ultrafiltration (UF) plants.
Genesol 30 Membrane BiocideGenesol 30 is a fast acting, broad-spectrum biocide used for cleaning Reverse Osmosis and Nano-Filtration membranes. It can be used both on and off-line to eliminate microbiological fouling. When used in potable water applications, Genesol 30 should be used 'off-line'.
Broad Spectrum Antiscalant and Antifoulant
Membrane Fouling Prevention and removal
Double containment system for acid in Sweden

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Live Webinar Masterclass - RO Membrane Fouling Control (On Line) - 12/02/2015
AMTA/AWWA Joint Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition (Orlando, Florida, USA) - 02/03/2015
AMTA Technology Transfer Workshop (Carefree, Arizona) - 19/05/2015
AMTA Technology Transfer Workshop (Toronto, Canada) - 14/07/2015
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