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The International Desalination Association (IDA) has shortlisted Mombasa, Kenya, among four finalists to host its 2021 World Congress, reports The Star.

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DuPont Water Solutions has opened a new membrane manufacturing facility in Saudi Arabia.

Biwater wins RO contract for Perris II Desalter in Southern California

Biwater Inc. has been awarded a contract to design, supply and supervise the installation and commissioning of a brackish reverse osmosis (RO) system for the Perris II Desalination Facility in the City of Menifee, Southern California.

The proposed groundwater desalination pilot project is in Punjab, north India

Punjab to fund groundwater desalination pilot

The chief minister of Punjab state in India has earmarked INR 25 million ($351,050) for a groundwater desalination pilot project.

The proposed desalination plant will be set back from the bay by two kilometres

South Australia Water kicks off public consultation on desalination plant

South Australia Water (SA Water) has kicked off a public consultation on an $80 million desalination plant project at Sleaford Bay on the Eyre Peninsula.

The DoE's new Energy-Water Desalination Hub will have $100 million to invest in early-stage research and development

US DoE announces $100 million for Energy-Water Desalination Hub

The US Department of Energy (DoE) has announced $100 million in funding to establish an Energy-Water Desalination Hub.

The new seawater desalination plant will be located in an industrial zone on the coast of Peru

Fluence puts $8.4 million into Peru project

Fluence is investing $8.4 million in a seawater desalination plant in Peru to provide process water to industrial clients.

US National Alliance for Water Innovation selected to Lead Energy-Water Desalination Hub

The US Department of Energy has announced the selection of the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI) to lead its Energy-Water Desalination Hub, intended to tackle water security issues.

Eight Indian states including Karnataka (above) have been selected to participate in a water reuse capacity building programme

India and Singapore sign MoU on recycling and reuse

The National Institute for Transforming India (Niti Aayog) and Singapore Cooperation Enterprise-Temasek Foundation International have signed a memorandum of understanding on water reuse.

New Report: Towards a global standard for water reuse

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WorleyParsons and WatershipBlue team up to deliver large-scale floating desal plants

WorleyParsons and WatershipBlue have entered into a Master Services Agreement supporting the advisory, consulting, design, construction, and operation of waterships worldwide.

AMTA seeks new Executive Director

American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) is seeking an Executive Director to lead the organisation starting in October 2019.

Egypt signs MOU with AquaSwiss

An Egyptian government organisation has signed an MOU with the Swiss desalination specialist, according to Egypt Today.

One of the project's goals is to regenerate the Dead Sea

Israel poised to approve Red Sea-Dead Sea project

Approval for the Red Sea-Dead Sea desalination project could be given by the Israeli government before national elections scheduled for 9 April 2019, reports AL-Monitor.

The new Waves to Water Prize aims to use the power of competition to drive innovation

Waves to Water Prize targets ocean-powered desal

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has introduced the Waves to Water Prize for wave-powered desalination technologies and is seeking feedback on the initiative.

The EPC contractor has selected a compact UF pre-treatment system for the new Jurong Island desalination plant

Evoqua to supply UF system for Jurong Island project

Evoqua has won a contract to supply Memcor low-pressure membrane technology for the pre-treatment system at Jurong Island Desalination Plant.

Over-crowding on the island of Male has driven the Maldivian government to develop new island Hulhumale

Hitachi wins $8.8 million desalination project in the Maldives

Hitachi Aqua-Tech Engineering and Hitachi Capital Asia have won a water supply contract from Male Water & Sewerage Company in the Maldives.

Hawaii is looking at new funding methods to progress solar desalination projects

Hawaii considers special bonds for solar desalination

Hawaii Island is looking to introduce new special purpose bonds to build and operate solar-powered desalination plants, reports westhawaiitoday.com.

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German firm constructs solar plants in Kenya

German technology company Boreal Light is to construct 19 solar-powered desalination plants across Kenya, reports energysiren.

Egypt is anticipating a reduction in Nile river water flows when Ethiopia completes construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Egypt expedites 16 desalination projects

Egypt is developing 35 desalination plants of which 16 are marked urgent, reports Al Borsa.