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The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has published a list of workshops and conferences up to and including its 2016 Membrane Technology Conference, which will be held with the American Water Works Association (AWWA) in San Antonio, Texas, on 1‑5 February 2016.
The Northwest Membrane Operator Association is to hold an operator workshop on membrane bioreactors (MBRs) in La Center, Washington, in May 2014 hosted by City of La Center.
» Thomas Will becomes Aquarion Group COO and MD
» Forward-osmosis companies launch international association
» Next IDA Academy course set for Singapore water week
» GE and Aramco launch desalination energy challenge
» LA district renews reuse plant contract with United Water
» Carollo to evaluate restarting Santa Barbara desalination

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A patents-pending chemical desalination process, which will be presented as a Water Technology Idol contestant in Paris in April, claims to reduce concentrations of total dissolved solids (TDS) in excess of 300,000 mg\l to less than 150 mg/l.
Swiss process water purification company Aquarion Group has introduced ZLD-ECO, an advanced hybrid zero liquid discharge (ZLD) system, which optimizes the ZLD process.
» UF membrane designed to reduce O&M for MBRs
» Ceramic flotation-filtration package on show in Las Vegas
» APTwater Rochem relaunched under Ultura brand name
» Sewer-mining distribution deal signed for Canada
» AquaMost selects Texas company as US sales agent
» Wedeco UV energy-consumption reduced by up to 30%

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Funding totalling US$ 1.5 million is being offered this year by the US Bureau of Reclamation for laboratory and pilot-scale studies of desalination and water purification systems.
A difference in the way agencies carrying out water-reuse case-studies view metrics compared with a more general set of stakeholders has been identified by a study carried out by the WateReuse Research Foundation (WRRF).
» Alamagordo adds projects, hosts desalination contest
» Arkansas researchers join NSF membrane collaboration
» WateReuse reports: minimizing concentrate and overtreating
» B&V's Rimer joins board of WateReuse Research Foundation
» Desalination roadmap available to aid researchers
» Asian agricultural water-reuse risk 'exceeds WHO limits'

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Press Releases

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...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - On March 21, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Swedish International Development Agency, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of The Netherlands announced the launch of the Desal Prize for innovations in brackish water desalination.

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More and more SWRO plants running parallel trains Danfoss RO Solutions, Netherlands Two articles on the same theme: are we about to see a move away from large high-pressure centrifugal pumps for RO desalination in favour of multiple modules with smaller pumps? The first reviews modular po...
John P MacHarg, Ocean Pacific Technologies, and Bradley Sessions, AQC Ltd, USA

Visualization of an aerial view of the Nanchong Chemical Industrial Park sewage treatment plant.A project to treat the effluent from a chemical industrial park in Nanchong, in north-east Sichuan, China, is involving multiple processes including a reuse system involving ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis. This build-operate-transfer project is the first industrial wastewater treatment project ...
Tobias Tu, deputy general manager, Berlinwasser China Holding Ltd

» Seawater desalination in China - Where is it now and where is it going?
» Developing membrane distillation for desalination brines
» Hot Standby Operation – Gold Coast Desalination Plant
» Direct membrane filtration simplifies reuse process
» Recycling Flowback and Produced Water in Tight-Oil Development
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Lewabrane® - Reverse Osmosis elements for industrial and potable water treatment The Lewabrane® RO membrane elements family of specialty chemicals group LANXESS consists of spiral-wound, thin-film composite membrane elements designed specifically for potable and industrial water treatment. The RO membrane chemistry and element construction is designed to provide optimized, low-c
MM4 Membrane Master Membrane Master is the world's foremost scaling prediction program and the result of many years of development. Just enter project details, operational data and a detailed water analysis and Membrane Master will automatically calculate the Langelier Saturation Index and the most effective...
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» IDE PROGREEN (TM) Clean water without chemicals
» Water Treatment Offering for the Desalination Industry

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» International Congress On Desalination & Water Reuse (Qingdao, China) - 09/06/2014
» IWES Gold Coast 2014 (Brisbane, Australia) - 14/07/2014
» Texas Desalination Association annual conference 2014 (Austin, Texas, USA) - 11/09/2014
» SEDA Workshop: Pilot Testing of Integrated Membrane Systems (Safety Harbor, Florida, USA) - 23/04/2014
» Workshop On Major Australian Urban Desalination Plants (Brisbane, Australia) - 28/04/2014
» Ozwater ’14 Conference & Exhibition (Brisbane, Australia) - 29/04/2014
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