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The Dow Chemical Company has appointed Fluor Corporation to build a new factory to manufacture reverse osmosis components for desalination plants in Saudi Arabia.
Indian state-run steel firm Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) is planning to set up a desalination plant to make up for the shortfall in water supply to its Visakhapatnam steel plant (VSP) on the country's east coast and become self-reliant in water.
» Namibian uranium mine ponders desalination project
» US research challenges value of forward osmosis in seawater desalination
» Graham city looks at potable reuse to tackle drought
» Tata power plant installs cooling water reuse
» Researchers cast doubt on economics of osmotic power
» GdF Suez wins Abu Dhabi power and water deal

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Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments has won a contract to install its TD-4100 XDC E09 oil-in-water monitor at the US$ 1 billion Carlsbad desalination plant currently under construction in California.
Membranes and membrane filtration system manufacturer Koch Membrane Systems, has supplied its Puron membrane bioreactor (MBR) ultrafiltration modules at a major chemical plant in Eastern China.
» NanoH2O releases new projection software version
» Fluytech online-cleaning ultrafiltration cuts costs
» Dow launches RO elements into Americas
» Danfoss highlights RO applications on new website
» KSB to launch new dual-function butterfly valve
» Lanxess targets Asia with seawater reverse-osmosis membranes launch

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Researchers in the US have unveiled a new device that could be used in a solar-powered, near-equivalent of flash distillation to improve the sustainability of seawater desalination.
Scientists at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) have devised a forward osmosis system which they claim could reduce the energy used in desalination for irrigation by up to 80 per cent.
» 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
» Funding drive launches nine DPR research projects
» Graphene frameworks 'can make desalination 100x faster'

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We are excited to announce the return of our most popular event. IWES Gold Coast 2014 will take place throughout the week of July 14-18. The program incorporates a wider range, and number, of course offerings for participants to choose from - including some of our most popular and established course...


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Figure 1: Fabric in hollow fine fibre permeator of Du Pont Permasep PARTICULATE FOULING has plagued reverse osmosis (RO) systems since their first use in desalination and remains a persistent issue today for RO and other pressure-driven systems such as microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF) and nanofiltration (NF). In the early 1960s, the Du Pont company/Permas...
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OPERATED BY Russia's second largest oil producer, a heavy oil field in northwest Russia has been increasing the volume of crude processing with technology that supports enhanced recovery rates and reduced environmental impact. In 2008, they took the first steps to develop a less water-intensive way...
Petr Sudilovskiy and Dave Ciszewski GE Power & Water, Water & Process Technologies and Ilshat Valiullin, RusGazEngineering

» Interview: Abdullah Al-Alshaikh, president of the International Desalination Association
» Fujairah 1 Extension SWRO:Integration with MSF leads to large savings
» Comparison of three 2013 Caribbean SWRO desalination systems
» Abengoa Water's expansion driven by pure R&D
» Capacitive Deionization: Challenges and Opportunities
» Is the axial piston pump the next big efficiency gain?
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» Texas Desalination Association annual conference 2014 (Austin, Texas, USA) - 11/09/2014
» SEDA MOC Short School - Advanced Training in RO Systems (City of Pompano Beach, Florida, USA) - 12/08/2014
» 2014 Rocky Mountain Water Reuse Workshop (Golden, Colorado, USA) - 14/08/2014
» SCMA 2014 Annual Conference (San Antonio, Texas, USA) - 20/08/2014
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