Abengoa to develop Shoaiba III, its largest desal project yet
ACWA Power has signed Abengoa in consortium with Fisia Italimpianti to develop a large scale reverse osmosis (RO) desalination plant at Shoaiba III power and desalination complex on Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast.
South Africa fosters public-private co-operation on desalination
Talks on building a large scale desalination plant in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, have begun between Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, beer maker SABMiller, and salt producer Marina Sea Salt, reports Construction Review Online.
Zwitterionic polymer hydrogel repels viruses in reuse research
Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), have developed a new ultrafiltration membrane that improves virus removal for treated municipal wastewater.
Evoqua upgrades production of ballast water systems
Evoqua Water Technologies is upgrading its UK production facility for SeaCURE ballast water treatment systems ahead of new regulations for shipowners coming in September 2017.
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US non-profit NWRI appoints Hardy as executive director
Former Encina Wastewater Authority (EWA) executive Kevin Hardy has joined the US National Water Research Institute (NWRI) as executive director.
Hatenboer-Water provides RO units to new oil vessel
Hatenboer-Water of the Netherlands has supplied three reverse osmosis (RO) units for a new oil production vessel, the Pioneiro de Libra, reports Marine Link.
Cyprus to initiate desal BOOT tender this summer
Cyprus' Water Development Department (WDD) will initiate a competitive tender for a desalination plant in Kouklia, Paphos, in the summer, reports Cyprus Mail.
KSB Aktiengesellschaft presents new borehole pumps
German pump maker KSB Aktiengesellschaft has introduced UPAchrom 100, a new series of submersible borehole pumps.