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SEDA offers first module of membrane operator certificate

The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) is offering Module I of the Membrane Operators Certification (MOC) Short School in April 2013 in Palm Coast, Florida.

SEDA to hold events in Chesapeake and Pompano Beach

The Southeast Desalting Association has announced a Membrane Cleaning Workshop to be held in Chesapeake, Virginia, in late October 2013.

SEDA to hold May Day membrane cleaning workshop

The Southeast Desalting Association is holding a workshop in Cape Coral, Florida, on 1 May 2014 focused on reverse osmosis (RO) membrane cleaning.

SEDA Spring Symposium brochure available for download

The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) has a brochure available for its 2013 Spring Symposium to be held at Delray Beach, Florida.

Brochure online for SEDA Fall Symposium

The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) now has the brochure online for its Fall Symposium, titled Membranes: That's Where Water is Headed, on 23- 25 November 2011 in Clearwater, Florida.

AMTA and SEDA to hold Chesapeake membrane workshop

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA), which promotes membrane processes for desalination and water / wastewater treatment, is to hold a joint technology transfer workshop with the Southeast Desalting Association in Chesapeake, Virginia, in May 2013.

SEDA Spring Symposium registration opened

The Southeast Desalination Association (SEDA) has opened registration for its Spring Symposium to be held in Florida in June 2014.

SEDA to hold workshop on pretreatment for RO/NF

The Southeast Desalting Association is holding a workshop on 12 February 2014 at the Town of Jupiter Water Treatment Plant in Florida on Pretreatment for Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Nanofiltration (NF).

SEDA December workshop to look at chemicals for RO

The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) has announced a technology transfer workshop on Chemical Treatment for Reverse Osmosis (RO) to be held in Palm Bay, Florida, in December 2013.

SEDA to hold chemicals workshop in November

The Southeast Desalination Association is to hold a Technology Transfer Workshop in Coral Springs Florida on 14 November 2013.

SEDA workshop to look at RO operational variances

The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) is to hold a Workshop on Brackish and sea water reverse osmosis operational variances in Gibsonton, Florida, at the Tampa Bay Desal II Water Treatment Plant.

SEDA workshop to look at membrane pilot testing

The Southeast Desalination Association (SEDA) is to hold a workshop in Florida in April on Pilot Testing of Integrated Membrane Systems.

Two workshops ahead for SEDA in January

The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) is holding two technology transfer workshops in Florida at the end of January 2013.

Membrane troubleshooting workshop announced by SEDA

The Southeast Desalting Association has announced a workshop on Operating & Troubleshooting Membrane Systems to be held in Florida in October 2012.

Florida RO chemical pretreatment workshop for SEDA

A technology-transfer workshop on Chemical Pretreatment for Reverse Osmosis Technology is to be held in Dunedin, Florida, by the Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA).

AWC in full production at new Tampa factory

American Water Chemicals (AWC) has resumed full production of its membrane water treatment chemicals following its recent move into a new 41,000 ft² (3,800 m²) building.

Four SEDA events posted for 2012

The Southeast Desalting Association has posted four events on its website for 2012, including its Spring Symposium in Bonita Springs, Florida, and a workshop in North Carolina.

SEDA announces certification school in April 2014

The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) has announced a membrane operator certification short school on Introduction to Membrane Systems in Florida in April 2014.

SEDA spring symposium brochure available

Back To The Basics will be the theme for the Spring Symposium of the Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) which will be held in Captiva, Florida, on 13-16 June 2010.

Pressure-exchanger court case goes to Hauge

The latest round of the "pressure-exchanger wars" between inventor Leif J Hauge, his company Isobarix Inc and energy-recovery equipment manufacturer Energy Recovery Inc (ERI) has gone in favour of Hauge.

Florida legislates in favor of water reuse expansion

The state legislature of Florida, USA, on 2 May 2014 passed a bill (SB 536), which directs the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), in coordination with stakeholders, to conduct a comprehensive study and submit a report on the expansion of the beneficial use of reclaimed water, stormwater and excess surface water in Florida.

Doosan picks up prize for zero liquid system

Doosan Hydro Technology was among the winners of the 2015 David W York Water Reuse Project of Year Award for its part in the city of Palm Coast's zero liquid discharge (ZLD) plant at Citation Boulevard, Florida.

Jason Deal to represent PWT in south-west USA

Membrane filtration specialist Professional Water Technologies (PWT) announced on 30 July 2013 the appointment of Jason Deal as regional sales manager, based in Florida.

AMTA/AWWA 2015 membrane conference abstracts invited

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and the American Water Works Association have issued a call for papers for their fourth joint Membrane Technology Conference to be held in Florida in 2015.

Malcolm Pirnie division rebranded as Arcadis

Engineering firm Arcadis has rebranded its Malcolm Pirnie water division, which it acquired in 2009, as Arcadis.

Florida company to build Clearwater RO desalination plant

Poole & Kent Company of Florida has been awarded a contract to install a reverse‑osmosis desalination plant in Clearwater, Florida.

Can$ 4.7 million new orders for H2O Innovation

A 1.1 MGD (4,200 m³/d) ultrafiltration (UF) drinking water system for a community in British Columbia, Canada, is one of new contracts worth Can$ 4.7 million (US$ 4.6 million) announced on 6 June 2013 by H2O Innovation Inc.

June start for Clearwater RO plant in Florida

Construction is due to start in June 2013 on the second reverse-osmosis water treatment plant for City of Clearwater, Florida, following a groundbreaking ceremony on 6 May 2013.

Florida's wastewater reuse capacity up 52% since 2000

Wastewater reuse capacity in Florida has grown 52% since 2000, reaching 6,600 Ml/d in 2014 placing the state at the forefront of US wastewater reuse adoption according to market analyst Bluefield Research.

Florida city breaks ground on brackish RO project

The Florida city of Tarpon Springs broke ground on 25 March 2013 on a 5 MGD (19,000 m³/d) reverse-osmosis Alternative Water Supply Project.

AMTA to bid for 2015 IDA World Congress

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has told D&WR that it will be bidding to stage the International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress in 2015.

Melissa L Meeker

Florida water expert appointed WateReuse director

A former deputy secretary of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection has been appointed as the executive director of the WateReuse Association and the WateReuse Research Foundation.

Dr Harold Fravel

Fravel takes over from Watson at AMTA

Dr Harold G Fravel, formerly of Dow Water & Process Solutions, has been named as the new executive director of the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA).

Robert D Dixon

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.

Miami-Dade's US$ 13 billion plans pull in punters for PPP

Miami-Dade County has become the most attractive public private partnership (PPP) opportunity in the US with players chasing US$ 13 billion in water and wastewater projects according to market analyst Bluefield Research.

Registration opened for AMTA/SEDA costs workshop

Information and registration for the workshop on Reducing Costs at Membrane Plants to be held jointly in Florida by the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and the Southeast Desalting Association are now available on the AMTA website.

Biwater Florida RO project has manipulated ER unit

Acceptance testing has been successfully completed for a I.5 MGD (5,680 m³/d) reverse osmosis (RO) system being built by Biwater at the Springtree Water Treatment Plant in Sunrise, Florida, USA.

Electro-precipitation tech tackles oil/gas wastewater

Florida-based Latitude Solutions Inc has contracted with Harley Dome LLC to deploy the its proprietary Electro-PrecipitationTM water remediation technology at the Harley Dome Waste Water Facility in Westwater, Utah.

Delayed Tarpon Springs reverse osmosis plant nears completion

Construction of a long-awaited US$ 45 million brackish water reverse-osmosis plant at the US city of Tarpon Springs, Florida is close to completion a few weeks behind schedule.

Florida water-reuse bill signed

Florida's governor, Rick Scott, signed bill HB 639 Reclaimed Water on 24 April 2012 which should make it easier for cities and counties in the US state to use reclaimed water.

Hurley appointed president/CEO of Parkson

Florida-based Parkson Corporation announced the appointment on 24 April 2012 of Shamus M Hurley as its new president and CEO. Hurley, who served for the last five years as CEO of Kinetico - a leading manufacturer of residential and commercial water treatment systems - replaces Zain Mahmood.

Mark Turpin

Turpin takes on Parkson marketing brief

Mark Turpin has been appointed vice president of strategic marketing and business development for Parkson Corporation, the US advanced water and wastewater treatment provider.

Florida claims US reuse lead with 2.74 million m³/d

An average of 725 MGD (2.74 million m³/d) of treated wastewater is reused every day in the state of Florida, USA, according to statistics published by the South Florida Water Management District. It claims this leads the nation.

North Port awards groundwater RO contract

The City of North Port in Florida, USA, awarded a US$ 9 million contract on 12 September 2011 for a 1.5 MGD (5,676 m³/d) reverse-osmosis (RO) groundwater treatment plant to Wharton-Smith Inc, also of Florida.

January deadline for WateReuse symposium abstracts

The WateReuse Association (WRA) has invited abstracts for its 27th Annual WateReuse Symposium, to be held on 9-12 September 2012 in Hollywood, Florida, USA.

Potable water reuse conference scheduled for November

Program and registration details will be published this month for the second specialty conference on Potable Reuse organized by the WateReuse Association.

City of Lake Worth's new RO plant (image: Bird's Eye View)

RO desalination plant completed in Lake Worth

A 4.5 MGD (17,000 m³/d) reverse-osmosis drinking-water plant for Lake Worth, Florida, USA, began a month of testing in late July following completion earlier in the month.

Florida town gets 30,000 m³/d KMS RO system

An 8 MGD (30,000 m³/d) reverse-osmosis (RO) water treatment plant is to be provided for the Florida town of Davie by Koch Membrane Systems (KMS).

Lee Muller

Seven Seas hires ex-ContourGlobal VP as CFO

Florida-based Seven Seas Water Corporation announced on 17 December 2013 that Lee Muller has joined the company as senior vice president, chief financial officer (CFO) and a member of the executive committee.

Coquina coast desalination funding dries up

The Coquina Coast Seawater Desalination Project in Florida, USA, would appear to be dead in the water after it became apparent at a meeting on 8 June 2011 that two of the three remaining agency partners in the project would not be funding the next stage.

Coquina Coast desalination team seeks public input

Community input on siting criteria to evaluate potential locations for the proposed Coquina Coast Seawater Desalination plant in Florida, USA, is being sought by the project team.

Tarpon Springs RO plant moves forward

Florida's Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) granted the City of Tarpon Springs a permit on 28 January 2011 to build a US$ 45 million reverse-osmosis (RO) water treatment facility.

ZLD wastewater pilot makes first water in Beijing

A pilot NanoClear™ zero-discharge wastewater treatment plant in Beijing has just produced its first water, according to developer Dais Analytic Corporation.

WRA seeks papers for Florida potable reuse conference

Abstracts have been invited by the WateReuse Association for its 2011 Potable Reuse Conference to be held in Hollywood, Florida, USA, on 13-15 November 2011.

Parkson breaks new ground with Saudi MBR plant

A 2,000 m³/d wastewater-reuse plant based on membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology has just been commissioned in Rabigh, Saudi Arabia, by Florida-based Parkson.

South Florida funds 19 alternative water projects

Desalination and water reclamation plants were among 19 alternative water supply projects for which South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) approved funding assistance worth US$ 3.45 million on 10 November 2010.

Russians award Aqua-Chem SWRO contract

The Russian government has ordered the second phase of a 10,000 m³/d seawater reverse-osmosis desalination system from Matrix, a division of Aqua-Chem Inc of Florida, USA.

AMTA webinar to look at Florida nanofiltration plant

The American Membrane Technology Association's next webinar on 28 October 2010 will look at the split-feed nanofiltration plant in Jupiter, Florida.

AECOM wins membrane treatment plants in Florida

A 6 MGD (22,700 m³/d) membrane brackish-water treatment plant and a 3.5 MGD (13,250 m³/d) membrane water-reclamation facility are to be designed and built by AECOM Technology Corporation under a US$ 101 million design/build contract by the town of Davie, Florida, USA.

Papers called for AMTA-SEDA joint conference in Miami

A call has been issued for papers for the joint 2011 American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) annual conference and exposition with the Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA).

AMTA/SEDA 2011 joint desalination conference set for Miami Beach

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) will be holding its 2011 conference and exposition together with the Southeast Desalting Association in Miami Beach, Florida during 18-21 July 2011.

Coquina Coast desalination agreement revised

An amended and restated memorandum of agreement relating to the proposed Coquina Coast Seawater Desalination Project in Florida, USA, was agreed by Palm Coast city council, the project leader, on 15 June 2010.

Coquina Coast plant size slashed as partners drop out

The number of local-government partners in the proposed Coquina Coast desalination plant in Florida, USA, has reduced from 11 to four in recent weeks, although some of the dropout communities still expect to buy water from the project.

Florida state official urges more seawater desalination

Florida, which is about to become the third most populous state in the USA, has been urged by its agriculture commissioner, Adam Putnam, to invest more in seawater desalination to combat water scarcity.

Desalination joint venture abandoned

Daniel Dror, chairman and CEO of American International Industries, Inc (AMIN) announced on 2 March 2010 that discussions with Centriforce Technology Corporation regarding the possible development of a joint venture to operate in the water desalination industry have terminated.

Tampa finally hits its marks

Originally commissioned in 2003, the Tampa Bay seawater desalination plant in Florida, USA, has finally met the targets for which it was designed.

MWH lab develops contaminant detector for recycled water

A new method for identifying wastewater in recycled water was announced on 29 January by MWH Laboratories, a division of MWH, the global wet infrastructure consultant.

Coquina Coast plumps for land-based desalination

An interesting comparison between land- and ship-based desalination systems has been revealed in the Final Recommended Project Report submitted by consultants Malcolm Pirnie for the Coquina Coast Seawater Desalination Alternative Water Supply Project.

Land/ship decision in January for Coquina Coast desalination

A decision on whether the Coquina Coast Seawater Desalination Project in Florida, USA, will be land or ship based will be taken in January 2010, a meeting was told on 23 September 2009.

First Water Standard vessel will use ERI units

Water Standard plans to use the PX Pressure Exchanger energy-recovery device made by Energy Recovery Inc (ERI) in its first Seawater Desalination Vessel (SDV), the two companies announced on 19 May 2009. Florida-based Water Standard builds and operates vessels that deliver desalinated water to clients onshore and to the offshore energy industry.

Inside the Tampa Bay desalination plant

Tampa Bay desalination plant in trouble again

Just at the time it is really needed, the Tampa Bay seawater desalination plant has hit trouble again. For some months now, the plant has been operating well below capacity - at a time when the rainfall in that part of Florida is at record low levels.

Additional funding for Coquina Coast desalination plan

The board of the St. Johns River Water Management District voted on 10 March 2009 to boost its support of the development of the Coquina coast regional seawater desalination facility in Flagler County, Florida, USA.

The IRIS treatment plant in Boca Raton.

Boca Raton wastewater reuse system to be extended

The city of Boca Raton in Florida, USA, is to expand its In-City Reclamation Irrigation System (IRIS) from 7-8 MGD (26,500-30,000 m³/d) to 17.5 MGD (66,000 m³/d) during the next five years. Bidding is currently under way.

Coquina Coast desalter study approved

Consultancy work for the Coquina Coast seawater desalination project by the City of Palm Coast, Florida, USA, which is lead negotiator for the project, was approved at a council meeting on 16 December 2008. The US$ 950,000 contract is with consulting firm Malcolm Pirnie for preliminary design work on the project on Florida's north-east coast.

Decision soon on Coquina Coast desalter study

Consultancy work on the Coquina Coast seawater desalination project by the City of Palm Coast, Florida, USA, which is lead negotiator for the project, is scheduled for approval at a council meeting on 16 December 2008.

Aqua-Chem acquires RO supplier

Aqua-Chem Inc, the US-based supplier of vapour-compression and distillation desalination systems, has agreed to acquire the product lines and specific assets of Matrix Utilities Inc to add membrane technologies to its desalination range.

Parsons lands SAWS brackish water desalination job

Parsons Corporation is leading a joint venture to serve as the construction manager at risk for the San Antonio groundwater desalination program in Texas, USA.

A generation of knowledge and experience in water is being lost as baby boomers retire

Is water in the grip of a skills crisis?

In an engineering-heavy sector such as water, it's a truism that well qualified people are thin on the ground. But is it more accurate to say that the global water industry in the grip of a skills crisis?

Arizona panel makes water-reuse recommendations

More than 60 recommendations including many on wastewater reuse have been forwarded to the governor of the US state of Arizona by a "Blue Ribbon" panel formed by the governor, Jan Brewer, in 2009.

AMTA schedules workshops up to 2016 conference

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has published a list of workshops and conferences up to and including its 2016 Membrane Technology Conference, which will be held with the American Water Works Association (AWWA) in San Antonio, Texas, on 1‑5 February 2016.

MEDRC announces 2012 scholarship deadline

The Middle East Desalination Research Center (MEDRC) has announced its 2012 Scholarship Fund for students from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

ERI Q Series chosen for Acciona project in Chile

Spanish contractor Acciona Agua has chosen Energy Recovery Inc (ERI) energy-recovery equipment for its contract for the Minera CAP expansion desalination project in the Copiapó Valley in Chile's Atacama Region III, ERI announced on 16 July 2013.

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is used in bottling drinks

M&G Chemicals to sell Texas desalination facility amid bankruptcy

M&G Chemicals is to sell a desalination facility at its unfinished resins factory in Corpus Christi, Texas, as part of a wider divestiture, reports ICIS.

The WateReuse awards recognise extraordinary leadership and contribution

WaterReuse awards recognise people and projects

The WateReuse Association has unveiled its annual award winners of people and projects that have made significant contributions to water reuse.

Evoqua lands five deals totalling US$ 20 million for its clarification system

In deals totalling more than US$ 20 million, five US municipalities have ordered Evoqua Water Technologies' BioMag ballasted biological treatment system for their wastewater treatment plants.

New clarifier solves Virginia UF membrane problems

Funds from the US Environment Protection Agency (EPA) have enabled completion of a new pretreatment system for an ultrafiltration membrane system at the Fairmont Water Filtration Plant in West Virginia.

Mehul Patel

AMTA elects Patel as president for 2012/13

Mehul Patel of the Orange County Water District was elected president of the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) for 2012/13 at the association's board meeting in Fairfax, Virginia, on 18 July 2012.

AMTA workshop to look at SCADA and PLCs

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) is to hold a technology transfer workshop on SCADA/Instrumentation & Controls for Membrane Facilities in Fairfax, Virginia, on 17‑18 July 2012.

RO-based advanced treatment plant for West Virginia mines

A 5 MGD (19,000 m³/d) membrane-based wastewater treatment plant is to be built to serve a number of coal mines in West Virginia, USA, as a result of government action following pollution violations.

Don't let climate uncertainty stymie desalination investment says risk expert

Water and wastewater utilities must view climate change as a "disruptive opportunity" and not allow uncertainty to stymie investments in desalination and other resilience measures according to a UK risk management expert. Climate change created a business opportunity where "the most resilient will have an implicit lead over their competitors," the expert told a recent international forum.

Evoqua bags municipal deals worth US$ 20 million

Water treatment firm, Evoqua, has won contracts worth more than US$ 20 million supplying its Memcor microfiltration and ultrafiltration product line to six US and Canadian municipalities. The deals were for filtration, water reuse, drinking water treatment, and reverse-osmosis pre-treatment applications.

CH2M reuse promotion drive picks up Stockholm prize

Colorado-based service and engineering company, CH2M, has won the 2015 Stockholm International Water Institute's (SIWI's) Stockholm Industry Water Award, for developing and advancing methods to clean water and increasing public acceptance of recycled water.

Hauge and Isobarix cleared of contempt of court

The US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia* on 20 March 2014 cleared Leif Hauge and his energy-recovery device company Isobarix of contempt of court in a case brought by Energy Recovery Inc (ERI).

Interview: Kati Bell, Stantec global reuse leader

Canadian engineering giant Stantec acquired water business MWH Global for $795 million, back in 2016. Now that the dust has settled on the deal, how well is the integration of the two organisations proceeding, and as the global water reuse practice hits its stride, how could its work help to shape the water markets of the future?

A new reverse osmosis facility will add water supply for the city of Salalah, Oman

Fisia Italimpianti and partners secure Oman desalination project

Fisia Italimpianti in a consortium led by ACWA, with Veolia, and Dhofar International Development and Investment, and in a joint venture with Abengoa, has won a $100 million contract for a reverse osmosis desalination plant to serve Salalah city in southwest Oman.

NWMOA May workshop looks at wastewater MBRs

The Northwest Membrane Operator Association is to hold an operator workshop on membrane bioreactors (MBRs) in La Center, Washington, in May 2014 hosted by City of La Center.

Next IDA Academy course set for Singapore water week

The International Desalination Association (IDA) has chosen Operational Aspects of Reverse Osmosis (RO) & Membrane Plants and Mega Projects to be the topics of the next two-day course for the IDA Desalination Academy.

MEDRC to run two RO courses in May 2014

The Middle East Desalination Research Center (MEDRC) in Oman is running two three-day courses on operation of reverse-osmosis (RO) plants in May 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.

SWMOA workshop announced for El Segundo in December

The Southwest Membrane Operator Association (SWMOA) has announced an Operator Training Workshop on 5 December 2013.


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