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Construction of a 15 km pipeline connecting California's near-complete giant Carlsbad desalination plant to the San Diego County Water Authority's distribution system is complete.
The city of Avalon on Catalina Island, California is considering a US$ 0.5 million contribution to a proposed second desalination unit in a bid to avoid further water rationing.
» Gold miner opts for desalination to supply planned Mexican mine
» Pakistan province pushes delayed desalination project
» Kuwait launches its largest desalination management project
» Washington state floats new rule to boost water relclamation
» Experts list focus areas for world water
» Energy Recovery wins deals totalling US$ 10.3 million in Asia and Middle East

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Process industry water systems and technology firm, Aquarion Group, has unveiled its zero liquid discharge (ZLD) system which it claims brings significant operating and capital cost savings making it the "lowest cost ZLD system available".
Dow's Water & Process Solutions has launched its latest industrial and municipal ultrafiltration water treatment modules at the recent Aquatech conference where it picked up the show's "Best Technology Innovation Award" in the membrane category.
» Aquatech bangs drum for flash thermal process in reuse
» Evoqua electrodialysis slashes energy use
» Xylem unveils new treatment system for potable reuse
» Xylem reuse system to up potable water supply in Los Angeles
» Sterlitech offers new ultrafiltration membranes
» XPR technology ready for large SWRO installations

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Research findings by the US Geological Survey (USGS) have indicated that bacteria in produced water could improve the way fluid from shale gas operations is handled and reused.
A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and India's Jain Irrigations has won first prize in a US government contest to develop a low-cost way to desalinate water in developing countries.
» Researchers seek to engineer wastewater treatment for agriculture
» Researchers seek algal bloom case studies
» Arvia's graphene technology secures US$ 6 million funding
» Researchers simplify oil and gas wastewater treatment
» Dutch researchers' findings could treble yield of power from salinity gradients
» Salt-tolerant bacteria could end need for copper mine desalination

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The water services provider at the industrial port at Sohar in the Oman has learned the hard way, how to combat the seasonal algal wave that can grind vital reverse osmosis desalination and other water treatment to a halt. Despite unprecedented assaults the notorious Red Tide has been tamed. T...
Khurram Shahid and Abdullah Al Sadi, Projects Department, Majis Industrial Services SAOC

Clean away: wastewater in Nuremberg is measured by flowmeters calibrated by KhroneThe bigger the water distribution network the more costly any metering inaccuracy. But the bigger the meter, the greater the difficulty in ensuring its accuracy. The author explores the surety offered by various measures taken to calibrate large flow meters. This article first appeared in the issu...
Richard Lowrie, Water and wastewater industry manager, Krohne Inc.

» The word on the sheet: biofilm has a script
» Less is more
» Microbubble membrane cleaning stems fouling
» Desalination with distinction
» Is low temperature the next hot prospect?
» Scaling-up and piloting of pressure-retarded osmosis
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Toray MBR Membrane - MEMBRAY® oray's Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) process is a combination of biological wastewater treatment and membrane filtration. Biodegradable pollution is reduced using bacteria and microorganisms. Following biological treatment, the activated-sludge is separated from the treated water by a microfiltration
Toray UF/MF Membrane - TORAYFIL®Toray's PVDF hollow fiber membrane module effectively removes suspended solids and microorganisms such as pathogens, when used for various types of water treatment. This innovative membrane module was developed with polymer science and the membrane fabrication technologies accumulated in Toray Indus
» Toray RO Membrane - ROMEMBRA®
» Membranes for Dairy, Food, Beverage, and Pharmaceutical Applications
» Membrane - Spare Parts

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