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Mobile desalter starts up in Cyprus

The 20,000 m³/d mobile desalination plant providing a partial solution to the serious water shortage problems of the city of Limassol, Cyprus, and its surrounding areas became operational during w/e 20 December 2008.

Cyprus mobile desalination dismantled

A €30 million (US$ 33 million) mobile desalination unit constructed to supply the city of Paphos on Cyprus's southwest coast is being disassembled after years of near idleness, according to local press.

Israel aids Pacific island with mobile desalinator

Israel's ministry of foreign affairs is supplying a truck-mounted desalination facility to the Marshall islands in the Pacific ocean to help tackle the islands' severe water shortage.

Solar mobile desalination plant inaugurated in Egypt

The Egyptian State Information Service reported that a mobile water desalination plant powered by solar energy was inaugurated in Marsa Matrouh governorate on 18 April 2014.

MECO wins US Navy desalination contracts

Louisiana-based MECO has been awarded the design and development of advanced shipboard desalination units for the US Navy under contracts with the Office of Naval Research.

PureSafe delivers FRWS system to Alaska

PureSafe Water Systems Inc, based in Plainview, New York, has announced delivery of a mobile First Response Water System (FRWS) to the Department of Military & Veterans Affairs of the US state of Alaska.

Aqua-Chem RO and distillers help US aid effort in Japan

A combination of mobile reverse-osmosis (RO) and ship-based RO and distillation plants all made by Aqua-Chem Inc is helping provide water for victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

Mobile BWRO system aids Greek power-station completion

Completion of a power-station water treatment project based on mobile brackish-water reverse-osmosis (BWRO) desalination systems was announced in on 3 February by Swiss-based Ecolutia Services, part of the Stulz/Hager & Elsässer group.

Al Ghubrah mobile desalination plant onstream in Oman

The 27,000 m³/d mobile desalination plant being built at Al Ghubrah, Oman, for the Public Authority for Electricity & Water (PAEW) has gone onstream, the Oman Observer reported on 26 December 2010.

Israeli government issues RFI for mobile desalination plants

The Israeli Governmental Authority for Water & Sewage issued on 6 April 2009 a request for information (RFI) concerning the installation of temporary mobile desalination plants.

EDS calls for 2014 Cyprus conference papers

The European Desalination Society has issued a call for papers and opened exhibition booking for its conference on Desalination for the Environment, Clean Water & Energy to be held in Limassol, Cyprus, on 11-15 May 2014.

Flowserve wins pumps and ERDs for Larnaca desalination

DWEER™ energy-recovery units and Flowserve DMX high-pressure pumps are to be supplied for the 60,000 m³/d Larnaca seawater reverse-osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant currently being rebuilt in Cyprus.

Cyprus desalination failure 'setback for European aid'

Failure to implement the seawater desalination plant at Sirianokhori/Kumköy in the Turkish part of Cyprus represents a significant setback for the overall European Community assistance programme to this region, according to the European Court of Auditors (ECA).

Doosan denies Cyprus joint venture

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has denied the story posted on desalination.biz on 24 November 2011 concerning a desalination joint venture in Cyprus with Oakmall Pty Ltd of Australia.

Protesa wins two Cyprus desalination pipe contracts

Contracts for glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) pipes and fittings for two desalination plants in Cyprus were announced on 21 March 2011 by Spanish manufacturer Protesa.

Nirosoft selects ERI PXs for Limassol desalination

The 50,000 m³/d seawater desalination plant currently under construction in Limassol, Cyprus, will use PX-260 pressure-exchangers from Energy Recovery Inc (ERI).

BEL pressure vessels in the Ashkelon desalination plant.

BEL wins pressure-vessel order in Cyprus

BEL Group Ltd announced in mid-May 2010 that its subsidiary, BEL Composite industries Ltd, had been contracted to supply its composite pressure vessels (desalination membrane housings) for the 60,000 m³/d Vasilikos Power Plant seawater desalination plant in Cyprus.

Second floating plant for Cyprus comes closer

Three companies are said to be shortlisted for a project to build a floating desalination plant to supply the southern coastal town of Limassol, according to Sofoklis Aletraris, head of Cyprus' Water Development Department, quoted in the Financial Mirror on 11 January 2009.

Cyprus desalination to end drought pledges president

Cyprus's sixth desalination plant plant, was inaugurated last week with a pledge from president Nicos Anastasiades that along with existing plants it would "guarantee that Cyprus will not face the problem of drought again."

West Basin Municipal Water District has deployed two Pall Water Aria FAST mobile filtration systems to further extend its water reuse in Los Angeles County

Pall Water expands supply deal with LA's West Basin Municipal Water District

Pall Water has won an order from Los Angeles' wholesale water agency West Basin Municipal Water District, to expand its Aria FLEX filtration system by a third, and additionally to supply to two Aria FAST mobile membrane filtration units.

Tapping into Table Mountain aquifer is among the measures proposed to beat the drought

Western Cape looks to desal, as Eksom issues RFP

Western Cape, South Africa, is to expedite an environmental impact assessment for a mobile desalination plant, as the area is officially declared a disaster zone due to water scarcity.

The site of Koeberg Nuclear Power Station, north of Cape Town, South Africa, may host a project to pilot desalination for municipal use

South Africa nuclear plant to install desal unit amid worsening water crisis

South Africa's electricity utility Eskom is to install a desalination unit at Koeberg Nuclear Power Station, as water shortages in Cape Town hit crisis levels, reports South Africa's News24.com.

Evoqua acquires Noble Water, as growth plans shape up

Evoqua is acquiring Noble Water Technologies, a Texas, US-based provider of high purity water equipment, systems and services, service deionisation, and resign regeneration.

The global desalination journal known as 'the quarterly' gets a smart new look in print and online.

'The quarterly' rebrands as Water. desalination + reuse

The magazine Desalination and Water Reuse -- affectionately known as 'the quarterly', its website desalination.biz, and social channels, today rebrand as Water. desalination + reuse, bringing a refreshed business intelligence offer to desalination professionals worldwide.

St Kitts and Nevis ponders desalination

Caribbean dual-island state, St Kitts and Nevis' minister of public infrastructure, Ian Liburd has revealed that the government is considering seawater desalination as one of two options for tackling water shortages on the islands that have led recently to rationing.

Morocco's first solar-powered desalination starts up

Morocco's first solar-powered desalination plant has started operations near Marrakech.

IDA 2015 World Congress draws 1,700 delegates

More than 1,700 delegates from 63 countries attended the International Desalination Association's (IDA's) 2015 World Congress held in San Diego recently according to the association's key metrics published this week. Awards for papers and presentations topped US$ 30,000.

Containerized plant resolves district's drought difficulties

Membrane filtration company, H2O Innovation, has delivered a 3,200 m³/d containerized water treatment system to the Cambria Community Service District, California to "resolve promptly" the community's difficulties amid its tenth year of drought. The system treats a mix of brackish water, freshwater and secondary effluent to be injected into a groundwater basin.

Membrana filtration curbs corrosion in Disney Shanghai cooling

Membrane manufacturer Polypore has supplied its Membrana ultrafiltration units for Shanghai Disneyland to curb corrosion in the resort's cooling water system.

Four containerised desalination systems were provided as aid to Iraq, by neighbouring Kuwait

Kuwait gifts desalination to Iraq, to quell water quality concerns

Kuwait has provided four desalination units to its neighbour Iraq, amid civil unrest over poor services including the quality of drinking water.

STW fires up Salttech reclamation demonstration in US

US water reclamation company STW Resources has started operation of a Salttech zero liquid discharge water reclamation system demonstration in Fort Stockton, Texas.

H2O Innovation lands San Jose WTP ultrafiltration contract

A 30 MGD (113,562 m³/d) hollow-fiber ultrafiltration (UF) membrane water treatment system in California is one of three new contracts totaling Can$ 8.8 million (US$ 8.1 million) announced on 21 May 2014 by H2O Innovation.

Evoqua's acquisition of ProAct Services will add mobile and temporary solutions for industrial customers

Evoqua pays $132 million for ProAct Services

Evoqua has acquired ProAct Services, a provider of on-site treatment services for contaminated industrial wastewater, for $132 million.

Texas treatment company spins off frac water firm

A company called Green Hydro LLC has been spun off by Texas-based Advanced Hydro Inc to use desalination to address increasing demand for water use in hydraulic fracturing.

Aquatech increases Pennsylvania oil & gas resources

Aquatech has increased its oil & gas water management services in the Marcellus and Utica Shale regions of Pennsylvania with the acquisition of Fluid Recovery Services (FRS), based in Creekside.

Alamagordo completes first stage of RO project

The City of Alamagordo in New Mexico, USA, announced on 26 March 2013 that it had completed Phase 1 of its Westside Infrastructure Improvements Project, which will eventually include a 6 MGD (22,700 m³/d) desalination plant.

H2O Innovation takes Californian reuse contract

A contract to expand the Leo J Vander Lans Advanced Water Treatment Facility in Long Beach, California, has been awarded to Canadian company H2O Innovation Inc.

Almogordo mobile desalination project in train

A mobile desalination facility to treat 4,000 acre-ft per year (af/y) (4.9 million m³/y) near Almogordo, New Mexico, moved closer to realisation when the City Commission approved an approach for a US$ 2.7 million loan/grant from the New Mexico Finance Authority on 1 November 2012.

Aquatech providing ZLD tech for Mississippi powerplant

Zero-liquid-discharge (ZLD) water and wastewater treatment facilities are to be provided by Aquatech for a 582 MW integrated-gasification combined-cycle powerplant in Kemper County, Mississippi.

Spanish prominent in Al Ghubrah desalination bidders

Spanish companies are involved with five of seven bidders that have been invited by the Oman Tender Board to submit proposals for the Al Ghubrah Independent Water Project (IWP).

(From left, back row) Emilio Gabbrielli, IDA past president; Rachid Ghamraoui, IDA first vice president; Gianni Chianetta, director of GreeningTheIslands.net; Shannon McCarthy, IDA secretary general; and Miguel Angel Sanz, IDA president

IDA signs MoU with island projects network Greening the Islands

The International Desalination Association (IDA) has signed a memorandum of understand (MoU) with Greening the Islands (GTI), an organisation dedicated to supporting island energy and environmental practices.

Suez WTS's new ModuleTrac mobile app will support operators to track, monitor and analyse membranes

Suez WTS introduces new app for ZeeWeed membranes

Suez Water Technologies & Solutions has introduced a new app to simplify data collection and record keeping for ZeeWeed membrane trains, cassettes and modules.

Rain - but desalination still needed in Tuvalu

Though rain fell in the drought-stricken islands of Tuvalu and Tokelau in the last week of October 2011, the Red Cross maintained that the region still faced water shortages.

Japanese fund three desalination plants for Tuvalu

A 100 m³/d desalination plant and two 10 m³/d plants are to be included in a US$ 4 million project for the drought-stricken islands of Tuvalu approved by the Pacific Environment Community (PEC) Fund on 7 October 2011.

GE-Osmoflo alliance creates powerful Australian presence

A strategic alliance giving Australian desalination and water recycling company Osmoflo access to products produced by water and process giant GE was unveiled at the International Desalination Association World Congress in Perth, Australia, on 6 September 2011.

Saudi desalination barge company refinanced

The company which owns the two 50,000 m³/d barge-mounted desalination plants which have provided emergency water supply to Saudi Arabian cities in recent years announced on 13 July 2011 the successful closing of its SR 140 million (US$ 37 million) refinancing of commercial facilities.

Water Standard finds its shipbuilder in Samsung

Texas-based Water Standard and Korea's Samsung Heavy Industries announced an agreement on 28 June 2011 to collaborate on the design and development of vessels to deliver water treatment solutions to the offshore oil and gas sector.

The Global Water Awards winners are awarded through voting by industry professionals

Suez and Middle East plants top 2018 Global Water Awards

Suez has scooped the Desalination Company of the Year Award, and Middle East facilities topped the desal plant categories at this year's Global Water Awards from Global Water Intelligence (GWI).

Desalination plants part of Palestine agreement

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement on 4 February 2011 agreeing to improvements in water, sewerage and electricity in Palestinian areas, following a meeting with Tony Blair, representative of the "Quartet" (USA, the United Nations, Russia and the European Union).

Saudi Arabia is investing in temporary as well as long-term desalination capacity

SWCC poised to invite bids for mobile desal capacity

Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) is poised to invite bids from mobile desalination providers to augment supplies until its planned large scale projects start producing.

Hurricane Irma making its way across the Caribbean islands

Firms deliver mobile desalination units to Saint Martin

Dutch and French firms are delivering emergency mobile desalination units to the Caribbean island of Saint Martin.

Two new appointments at Consolidated Water

Caribbean-based desalination and water supply specialist Consolidated Water Co Ltd announced two new appointments on 21 September 2010.

Floating Saudi desalination barges relaunched

Saudi Arabia's two floating water desalination barges have been moved from Shuquaiq to Yanbu, and the first was relaunched on 7 July 2010 by Fehied F Al-Shareef, governor of the Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) and Engineer Nabil Azmaruli, general manager of the General Directorate of Water in Al-Madina.

GE signs up for Indian industry wastewater reuse partnership

GE and Ramky Enviro Engineers, the Indian environment and waste management organization, have signed emergency water and industrial wastewater treatment agreements specifically designed to address India's industrial wastewater treatment and recycling needs.

South Orange desalination project moves forward

The Municipal Water District of Orange County (MWDOC), California, USA, announced on 3 February 2010 the award of a US$ 1.05 million dollar contract for Phase 3 of the South Orange Coastal Ocean Desalination Project.

Suez is supplying Petrobras with offshore desalination solutions

Petrobras signs Suez to supply offshore desalination

Suez has won a €6 million contract to supply desalinated water for 11 offshore oil rigs owned by Petrobras, Brazil's majority state-owned oil company.

Mobile desalination units are replacing trucked-in water at the oil refinery

Bahrain oil refinery installs GE Water mobile technologies

Bahrain Petroleum Company has installed mobile technology from GE Water at Awali refinery to produce high-purity boiler feedwater.

Avshalom Felber, formerly Israel Ports and Railway Authority CFO, and deputy director of budgets at Israel's Ministry of Finance, has steered IDE for 14 years

Interview: IDE Technologies CEO Avshalom Felber

Above all, IDE is a solutions provider. So says chief executive Avshalom Felber, the former financial whizz turned water industry leader, as he outlines the company's unique mix of thermal and reverse osmosis (RO) technologies, operational expertise, and contractual nous.

BEL hooks up with Strand for RO pressure-vessels in US

Desalination pressure-vessel manufacturer BEL Group Ltd, through BEL Composite America Inc, announced a strategic partnership on 30 July 2011 with Strand Composite Engineering & Construction LLC of Harrison, Arkansas, USA.

Cyprus has 650 kilometres of coastline in the Eastern Mediterranean

Cyprus to allow private individuals to install desalination units

The government of Cyprus has approved a guide which allows private individuals to install desalination plants of up to 1,500 m3/d.

The new desalination plant will be built on the coast of Cyprus, in Paphos region

Cyprus poised to tender Paphos SWRO project

The Water Development Department of Cyprus is on course to tender a seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant project by end of September 2017.

EDS launches 2014 desalination courses with Rome event

The European Desalination Society (EDS) kicks off a list of six events in its series of Master Courses with a three-day course in Rome, Italy, on Membrane Technology, Process & System Design on 3‑5 March 2014.

SWCC lets systems contract for RO training room

Cyprus-incorporated Hyperion Systems Engineering announced on 16 September 2013 that it would supply a generic operator training simulator (OTS) system for the Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) in Saudi Arabia.

The coastal city of Ashdod, Israel, is home to the desalination plant that was intended to supply 100,000 m3/d of potable water

Mekorot could sell plants as it looks to restructure

Israel's national water company Mekorot is restructuring and may sell off parts of its portfolio after running into financial difficulty, reports Israeli business publication, TheMarker.

Paphos, Cyprus, built a temporary desalination plant in 2010 in response to a drought

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.

The port city of Larnaca, Cyprus, hosts one of the country's largest desalination facilities

Mekorot signals intention to pursue Cyprus for alleged damages

Mekorot National Water Company, the Israeli government-owned water projects developer, has signalled its intention to sue the Cypriot government for E50 million in alleged damages, reports Israeli business news outlet, Globes.


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