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Danaher draws Pall Water closer to its Water Quality unit
Water filtration specialist Pall Water is to begin operating in affiliation with Danaher's Water Quality business unit, which includes the brands Hach, Trojan Technologies, and ChemTreat.
Best of World Water Day 2017
Water. desalination + reuse rounds up the social projects, scientific discoveries, prize launches, and other initiatives from the desal and reuse community on World Water Day, 22 March 2017.
View from the Membrane Technology Conference 2017
The Membrane Technology Conference (MTC) 2017 is in full swing in Long Beach, California, and talk on the show floor reflects a mix of aspirations and concerns.
Ras Al Khaimah raps nine desalination stations after extensive testing
Nine water desalination sites in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates, have been rapped for failing water quality tests, reports Khaleej Times.
AMTA names 10 new board directors
The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has named 10 new board directors who will serve for two years from 2017 to 2019.
Egypt's first ZLD plant is up and running
The first zero liquid discharge (ZLD) plant in Egypt, part of a water treatment facility designed and supplied by Aquatech, has been commissioned.
'Challenges are shared across the border', Mitch Thompson, Otay
Water from NSC Agua's desalination plant in Rosarito, Baja California, is a critical component of Otay's diversification efforts.
WRF unveils initial findings of study into blending variables in DPR
The US Water Research Foundation has shared preliminary findings from its ongoing research into the impact of blending variables on direct potable reuse water.