Malaysia's Malakoff eyes desalination in global advance
Malaysian power and water engineering firm, Malakoff Corporation, is looking to expand its operation and maintenance (O&M) arm, Teknik Janakuasa, beyond its home market with an emphasis that includes desalination.
Malaysian desalination plant in Tianjin will be ZLD
A groundbreaking ceremony took place on 29 May 2014 for an industrial desalination project in Tianjin, China, which is claimed to be the first zero-liquid discharge seawater desalination project in the world.
Sumitomo consortium wins Al Ghubrah desalination
The contract for the Al Ghubrah Independent Water Project (IWP) in Muscat, Oman, has been awarded to a consortium of Sumitomo Corporation of Japan, Malakoff Corporation Berhad of Malaysia and Cadagua SA of Spain.
PWT signs three new overseas distributors
Three new distributors in Malaysia, Singapore and South Africa have been signed up by Professional Water Technologies (PWT), the business unit of Canada's H2O Innovation Inc.
Giant solar-cell factory to have HERO water purification
The largest silicon solar manufacturing factory in the world is to use a high-efficiency reverse- osmosis (HERO) ultra-pure water treatment system supplied by GE. SunPower Corp selected GE to supply the new SunPower-AUO joint-venture solar-cell fabrication plant in Malaysia.
Xianda signs BOO deal for desal plant in Tianjin, China
An operating agreement for a proposed desalination plant at Tianjin, the largest port city in northern China, was signed on November 8, 2016, by Xianda Seawater Resources Company of Malaysia, and Tianjin Administrative Commission.
New desal plant opens in South China Sea disputed territories
A new desalination plant was commissioned this week in Yongxing Island, part of the disputed territories in the South China Sea, reports the Times of India.
Malaysia looks to PPP to develop new desalination plant
Johor state, Malaysia, has made public its ambitions to form a public-private partnership to develop what could become the country's largest desalination plant, thesundaily.my reports.
Singapore boosts industrial water supply with new desal plant
Singapore is to build a new desalination plant to supply industrial customers with 30 million gallons per day (136,000 m3/d) of water, minister for the environment and water resources, Masagos Zulkifli, announced at Singapore International Water Week, Tuesday 12 July, 2016.
IDA seeks nominations for new water reuse and conservation awards
The International Desalination Association (IDA) has invited nominations for three awards recognizing achievements in water reuse and conservation that will be presented at the association's first ever conference devoted to water reuse.
Singapore to build fourth desalination plant
Singapore's national water agency, PUB, has tendered for the provision of consultancy services for a desalination plant in Marina East - the country's fourth.
Grundfos reforms in bid to double Asia Pacific revenues
Danish pump manufacturer, Grundfos, has unveiled an organisational restructure in its Asia Pacific operations where it is looking to "double revenues over the next five years." The reshuffle will "improve customer service, enhance organisational efficiency, and drive the next phase of growth in the Asia Pacific."
Saudi Arabia names nine consortia as pre-quals for Rabigh 3 mega project
Saudi Arabia has prequalified nine consortia for its mega desalination public-private partnership (PPP) project Rabigh 3, reports MEED.
Aquarion buys Hager + Elsaesser
Water treatment firm Aquarion Group has acquired German water technology company Hager + Elsaesser (H+E) for an undisclosed sum.
i2O opens new base in Middle East and North Africa
UK smart water network solutions firm i2O has opened its first office in the Middle East and North Africa to support clients in the region.
WRI publishes country chart of water-stress exposure
A ranked list of countries showing their exposure to water-stress was released on 12 December 2012 by the World Resources Institute (WRI).
Tuas Power beats Keppel and Sembcorp-Suez to Singapore desal contract
Singapore's PUB has named Tuas Power-Singapore Technologies Marine Consortium (TP-STM) as preferred bidder for its fifth desalination plant project.
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).
New distributors and EU compliance for PWT
Membrane chemicals supplier Professional Water Technologies (PWT), the US arm of Canada's H2O Innovation, recently signed agreements with two new distributors in Brazil and Argentina, increasing its presence in South America.
Malaysia-Bahrain MoU posits integrated waste and water project
Malay engineers Serba Dinamik in consortium with EAG Capital are to conduct a feasibility study for an integrated solid waste management and water desalination plant in Bahrain, reports The Edge Markets.
PUB shortlists four companies for Jurong Island desalination project
Singapore's water agency PUB has shortlisted four companies to submit proposals for a desalination plant on Jurong Island, following a pre-qualification round.
Sumitomo backs off Ras Azzour desalination bid
A consortium led by Japan's Sumitomo Corporation has "put on hold" its plans for the Ras Azzour independent water and power project (IWPP) in Saudi Arabia, according to Reuters.
Saudi government to take back Ras Azzour desalination
The giant Ras Azzour desalination plant in Saudi Arabia, which was to have produced 1 million m³/d, is now unlikely to be built be private enterprise.
Changi NEWater Phase 1 RO delivered in 7 months
The first phase (40%) of the reverse-osmosis (RO) trains for Singapore's Changi NEWater treatment plant have been delivered within 7 months into the contract, sub-contractor Biwater announced on 5 December 2008.