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IDA Fellowship Award goes to Holly Johnson Churman
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Hitachi Zosen takes a majority stake in Osmoflo
Hitachi Zosen is to buy a majority stake in Australia's Osmoflo Holdings, with Osmoflo becoming a subsidiary of Hitachi Zosen.
UK government underpins water works in Iraqi Kurdistan
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Mott MacDonald bags major Dhaka water project
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Egypt's first ZLD plant is up and running
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Abengoa subsidiary hits Chapter 11 objection
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Lanxess elements tackle difficult Nile river water
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Biwater to supply UF and RO systems to California replenishment project
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H2O Innovation secures new contracts worth $6.9 million
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H2O Innovation sets out future strategy, as it unveils figures for fiscal year 2016
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Gradiant spins out subsidiary Gradiant Energy Services
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