NWMOA sets annual symposium date
The recently formed Northwest Membrane Operator Association (NWMOA), which provides education and support for desalination and water treatment membrane operators, is to hold its first annual symposium in Vancouver, Washington, in September 2013.
AMTA/WEF workshop set for Seattle in May
The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has announced that it will be holding a Technology Transfer Workshop in Seattle, Oregon, in May in cooperation with the Water Environment Federation (WEF).
Bureau barred from further water reclamation funding
The US Department of the Interior will not authorise any further Title XVI water reuse projects to receive support from the Bureau of Reclamation "at this time", Michael L Connor, commissioner of the bureau told the Subcommittee on Water and Power of the US House of Representatives' Natural Resources Committee on 21 July 2009.
Intel to adopt water reuse at Oregon factory
Semi-conductor manufacturer Intel has secured $120 million in tax-free bonds from Oregon state, US, to partially finance a water reuse project at its production facility, reports Oregon Live.
Desalitech teams with TEC to target municipalities
Reverse osmosis (RO) specialist, Desalitech, has tied up with Treatment Equipment Company (TEC) to provide sales support for municipal water treatment projects.
NWMOA Annual Symposium brochure available
The Northwest Membrane Operator Association has published full details of its September 2013 Annual Symposium to be held in Vancouver, Washington, USA.
US DoE awards $21 million for solar desalination projects
The US Department of Energy has unveiled funding of $21 million for 14 projects to advance solar-based thermal desalination technologies.
TestAmerica acquires CH2M Hill Applied Sciences Laboratory
TestAmerica Laboratories has acquired the assets of CH2M Hill Applied Sciences Laboratory's (ASL) full-service environmental testing laboratory in Corvallis, Oregon, US.
US Army launches Net Zero water, waste and energy initiative
The US Army identified six of its camps on 19 April 2011 to become "net zero" water installations - limiting consumption of freshwater resources and returning water back to the same watershed so as not to deplete annual water resources in that region in quantity and quality.
Winners of awards for water reuse projects unveiled
America's WateReuse Association has unveiled the winners of this year's awards for leadership in water reuse.