Suez names Yuvbir Singh CEO of its Water Technologies & Solutions business
SUEZ announces the appointment of Yuvbir SINGH as CEO of the Water Technologies & Solutions (WTS) Division. He will take up his position on April 8, succeeding Heiner Markhoff.
MOF membranes will slash energy use, harvest lithium, say researchers
The authors of a new study on metal-organic framework (MOF) membranes have claimed that the material can desalinate water with far higher energy efficiency compared to traditional desalination membranes.
Home desalination market to top US$ 24 billion by 2020
The market for domestic countertop water treatment devices and other point-of-use treatment systems is estimated to reach US$ 24.5 billion by 2020. And the compound annual growth rate for the market is forecast at 9.86%, from 2015 to 2020 according to a report by market analyst, MarketsandMarkets.
Ultra pure systems market to top US 4.3 billion in 2016
The world market for ultra pure water systems and consumables will grow to more than US$ 4.3 billion next year according to market researcher, McIlvaine.
Evoqua to double production capacity at US plant
Evoqua Water Technologies is to double its capacity to produce its range of water treatment products at one of its main production facilities in the US.
3M wraps up Polypore filtration business for U$ 1 billion
Multinational conglomerate, 3M, has signed an agreement to buy the separations media business of membrane specialist Polypore International for US$ 1billion cash.
Reverse osmosis to drive US membrane demand to $6.2 billion in 2018
Water and wastewater industry demand for membranes will drive a 7.9%-a-year increase in US demand to reach US$ 6.2 billion by 2018 with reverse osmosis membranes surging 8.6% a year according to report by market research firm, The Freedonia Group.
LG sees NanoH2O takeover as "new growth engine"
LG Chem, part of Korea's LG electronics group, is proposing a takeover of desalination membrane maker NanoH2O for US$ 200 million, according to a filing made to the Korea Exchange on 14 March 2014.
Desalination capacity increasing by 50% in 2013 says IDA
Desalination plants with a total capacity of 6 million m³/d are expected to come on line during 2013, a 50% increase on 2012, according to new data from the International Desalination Association and GWI DesalData.
Chinese licensee joins Dow residential Filmtec program
Haier Group of China, a leading multinational home appliances and consumer electronics company, has become the latest official licensee to partner with Dow Water & Process Solutions in its newly launched Filmtec reverse osmosis (RO) ingredient branding program.
Dixon named CEO for Seven Seas Water
Robert D Dixon, formerly vice-president with Air Products & Chemical Inc, has been name CEO of Seven Seas Water Corporation, Florida-based specialists in the supply of potable, ultra-pure and reuse water.
LG Electronics forms water treatment JV with Hitachi
South Korea's LG Electronics and Japan's Hitachi are to establish a joint venture in October 2011 to expand into the water and wastewater treatment industries initially in Korea.
Slimline MBR is first product from LG Electronics
Only two months after announcing it was entering the water membrane business, LG Electronics (LG) unveiled its first wastewater treatment solution, a membrane bioreactor, on 25 November 2010.
LG Electronics to develop membrane water treatment business
South Korea's LG Electronics (LG), better known for TVs and other electronic goods, is seeking staff and partners in advanced membrane technology to help it build a global water treatment business.