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'We know that there is a pipeline of projects that is good to follow in Latin America.' Silvio Oliva, Fisia Italimpianti managing director

Q&A: Fisia's Silvio Oliva on why the Italian firm is expanding into Latin America

Fisia Italimpianti managing director Silvio Oliva says that the combination of demand for water treatment and desalination in Latin America makes the region a interesting prospect for investment.

New firm Abengoa-Algonquin Global Energy Solutions (AAGES) will develop energy and water infrastructure projects

Canada's Algonquin to buy controlling stake in Atlantica Yield

Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp of Canada is to acquire 25 per cent of Atlantica Yield, a business of long-term contracted assets owned by Abengoa.

The tourist destination of Hurghada, Egypt, will benefit from new desalination capacity

Egypt pledges $51 billion for water projects over 20 years

Egypt is stepping up efforts to address water scarcity, pledging EGP 900 billion ($51 billion) for a national water management plan over 20 years.

Djibouti's desalination plant project was developed over five years in partnership with the EU

Eiffage and Tedagua clinch Djibouti desalination contract

French engineering firm Eiffage Genie Civil in consortium with Tedagua of Spain has won a contract to build a desalination plant in Djibouti, east Africa.

AMTA's awards recognise individuals for a variety of contributions to the field of membrane technology

AMTA unveils annual gongs for membrane experts

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has conferred its annual roster of awards for membrane specialists, include its Lifetime Service Award, Hall of Fame Awards, and Operator of the Year Award.

Parts of California, US, have been hit by severe water shortages in the past decade

IDE to pilot two new water treatment technologies in California, US

IDE Technologies is to pilot two new technologies in California, US, including reverse osmosis for water reuse, and a membrane cleaning process that reduces chemical usage.

The acquired company Oltremare, of Italy, is well known as a supplier in Europe of customised and spiral wound membrane elements

Microdyn-Nadir buys out Italy's Oltremare

Microdyn-Nadir has acquired Oltremare, a supplier and distributor of customised spiral membranes based in Italy.

'It is extremely important to manage water better, through viable technologies.' Renato Ramos, Dow Water & Process Solutions

Q&A: Dow's Renato Ramos on how water tech can support Latin America

Renato Ramos, commercial director for Latin America at Dow Water & Process Solutions explains how intelligent use of water technology can support prosperity in Latin America

Reverse osmosis specialist Hydro Tech was acquired by SafBon of Singapore in May 2017

Doosan Hydro becomes SafBon Water Technology following acquisition

Doosan Hydro Technology has changed its named to SafBon Water Technology following its acquisition by SafBon Water Service of Shanghai, in May 2017.

Southern California is taking steps to protect against potential future drought years

Water reuse demo plant gets the green light in California

The Metropolitan District of Southern California has taken a step closer to developing one of the world's largest water recycling systems.

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PUB and Grundfos deepen water research partnership

Singapore's national water utility PUB and global pumps firm Grundfos, of Denmark, have unveiled a strategic partnership that is developing new capabilities in water quality monitoring, among other initiatives.

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.

India's SPML Infra grows EBITDA, restructures debt

SPML Infra, the Indian water project developer and infrastructure firm, successfully implemented Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) S4A scheme for sustainable structuring of stressed assets during the year to end-March 2018.

Gujarat State is planning to build eight to 10 desalination plants on its Arabian Sea shoreline

Gujarat, India, unveils reuse policy amid worsening water crisis

Gujarat State, India, has unveiled a new policy for water reuse amid a deepening water crisis in the region.

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

Video Q&A: Jessica Boynton, King Lee Technologies

King Lee's director of sales and marketing Jessica Boynton, discusses the hot topic of zero liquid discharge in desalination and water reuse.

The project is at Sohar Port and industrial zone, on the Gulf of Oman

Aqualia joins Majis in Port of Sohar joint venture

Aqualia of Spain, and Oman state-owned Majis Industrial Services, have formed new joint venture Oman Sustainable Water Services (OSWS), to operate the hydraulics at Port of Sohar for 20 years.

Singapore wants to improve the energy efficiency of desalination and water reuse processes, as part of ensuring a sustainable water supply for the future

PUB 'to develop and commercialise' new technology with RfPs worth $23million

Singapore's national water agency PUB has issued requests for proposals (RfPs) in three fields of water technology research, with a budget totalling SGD 30 million ($23 million).

The upgrade of La Mesa-2 will improve water supply to five million people in Manila, Philippines

Wabag wins $60 million contract to upgrade La Mesa-2 in Manila

Wabag Philippines has won a project to retrofit and upgrade the 900,000 m3/d La Mesa-2 water treatment plant in Manila, Philippines.