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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.
IDE wins brackish water desal plant contract in Israel
IDE Technologies has won a project to build and operate a brackish water reverse osmosis (BWRO) plant in Emek Hamainot, Israel.
Aquarion forms new products unit as part of global leadership bid
Aquarion Group has established new division Aquarion products to market its products and equipment direct to end-user clients and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
Hitachi and Toray target 20 per cent RO energy reduction in Saudi demo
Hitachi and Toray are to demonstrate a low energy seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) system in Saudi Arabia, in a project that will draw lessons from the Mega-ton Water System.
Video Q&A: Ronit Erlitzki, AdEdge Water Technologies
AdEdge Water Technologies' director of business development Ronit Erlitzki, presents a new technology that uses flow reversal to minimise membrane fouling.
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.
Aquaporin acquisition secures supply of membrane protein
Aquaporin of Denmark is to acquire Golgi, a company established in 2016 that is able to produce aquaporin protein in large quantities.
Video Q&A: Doug Eisberg, Avista Technologies
Avista Technologies' director of business development Doug Eisberg, explains how new applications of membranes in water reuse systems are bringing fresh challenges.
Suez and Middle East plants top 2018 Global Water Awards
Suez has scooped the Desalination Company of the Year Award, and Middle East facilities topped the desal plant categories at this year's Global Water Awards from Global Water Intelligence (GWI).
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).
IDA awards recognise Aqualia, Dow, and Dr Frenkel
The International Desalination Association (IDA) has presented awards for excellence in water reuse at the IDA International Water Reuse and Recycling conference in Valencia, Spain.
MTC18 hot topics are ZLD, and public outreach
The Membrane Technology Conference 2018 kicked off in Florida, US, with a panel debate on the pros and cons of membrane treatment technologies.
Nanobubble specialist Moleaer raises capital, seeks people
Moleaer, the California, US-based water technology firm that developed the XTB Nanobubble Generator has raised $6 million to support overseas expansion.
Inge wins first big order to supply seawater desalination plant in Oman
Inge has won a contract to supply ultrafiltration (UF) solutions to the Sharqiyah desalination plant project in Oman, in a change to the original specification.
Hyflux exits contract with SWCC amid company reorganisation
Hyflux has quit a contract with Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) for three seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) plants, amid moves to restructure the company.
Video Q&As - the lowdown on technology trends from MTC18
Water technologists spoke of innovations in science and data to address the challenges emerging from the latest membrane applications, at the AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference 2018 in Florida, US.
GrahamTek wins contract for SWCC pilot project
GrahamTek of South Africa has won a contract for a desalination pilot project for Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC), Saudi Arabia.
Singapore to tender S$5 billion of water and waste works
Singapore's PUB and National Environment Agency (NEA) are to tender more than S$5 billion ($3.7 billion) of works covering civil, mechanical and electrical engineering for Tuas Nexus, an integrated wastewater and waste treatment facility.
Fluence introduces Aspiral, new modular MABR system
Fluence has introduced a new, modular Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) system that it claims can reduce aeration energy consumption by up to 90 per cent compared to conventional technology.
Video Q&A: Mo Malki of AWC, and Desalitech's Matt Jones
AWC and Desalitech outline how AWC's membrane chemistry calculator software, Proton, has taken a significant step forward by modelling Desalitech's closed circuit reverse osmosis (CCRO) technology.