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The city council of Santa Barbara in California may need to add to its planned water rates increase to cover the cost of a restart to the city's mothballed desalination plant according to acting water advisor, Josh Haggmark. He issued his warning after upping his US$ 32 million September estim...
Saudi generation and desalination firm, ACWA Power Barka has won a contract with Oman Power and Water Procurement (OPWP) to build a second seawater reverse osmosis plant at Barka 60km from the Omani capital, Muscat.
New York watchdog throws out Suez desalination proposal
Ghana completes 65 Ml/d seawater desalination plant near Accra
Go small and local on desalination warns Saudi water expert
Commission approves California American Water test slant well
Israel Chemical puts IDE up for sale
Africa's largest desalination plant opens

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Pump manufacturer, Danfoss High Pressure Pumps, has launched its largest positive displacement pump which the company has described as designed for mid-size seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) plants.
BASF subsidiary and ultrafiltration (UF) membranes manufacturer, Inge has secured the biggest project in its history to supply high-capacity ultrafiltration for a desalination plant in Jamnagar, India.
GE launches biofuel-producing membrane for industrial water reuse
Xylem lands US$ 0.5 million Portugal ultrafiltration deal
Wigen to provide universal ultrafiltration system for Santa Barbara
Osmoflo reports concentrate reduction success
CECO launches vertical pump for desalination market
Ozone-boosted wastewater treatment clears tough pollutants

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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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The Group designs, builds, operates and finances facilities for both local authorities and industry. Expert in drinking or process water production, wastewater treatment, biosolids processing, the Group is also resolutely committed to desalination and reuse and extremely enthusiastic about the chall...
The Group designs, builds, operates and finances facilities for both local authorities and industry. Expert in drinking or process water production, wastewater treatment, biosolids processing, the Group is also resolutely committed to desalination and reuse and extremely enthusiastic about the chall...


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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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A.R.I. Check Valve with Removable Cover for Desalination The engineers in A.R.I. have developed a swing-type check valve that can resist the corrosive conditions of seawater and brackish water used in desalination plants.
The A.R.I. Wafer Style Check Valve for DesalinationThe A.R.I. NR-010 is a unique check valve made entirely from composite materials, which can withstand highly abrasive conditions and ensure long-term service in corrosive environments such as seawater, brine and chlorine water found in the desalination industry.
New A.R.I. Combination Industrial Air Valve for Desalination
A.R.I. Combination Air Valve for Desalination
The New A.R.I. High Pressure Air Valve for Desalination

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AMTA Technology Transfer Workshop (Keystone, Colorado) - 09/12/2014
AMTA/AWWA Joint Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition (Orlando, Florida, USA) - 02/03/2015
AMTA Technology Transfer Workshop (Carefree, Arizona) - 19/05/2015
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