Technology - In Brief

TDS removal processes compared

Technologies designed to remove total dissolved solids (TDS) can be broadly categorized based on the intended end result: those whose primary purpose is to produce clean water for potable or...

Osmoflo to supply UF/RO system to brewery treatment

Australia’s Osmoflo has been awarded a contract to supply an integrated UF/RO system to treat wastewater from the Stone & Wood Brewery in northeastern New South Wales. The system will...

LANXESS introduce new condensate polishing module

LANXESS has released its new condensate polishing module for its LewaPlus integrated design software. The new module enables more reliable and precise condensate polishing design, especially in...

Sobwater Technology announce participation in Middle East produced water oil content

Norwegian-based Sorbwater Technology AS said that it is now engaged in a 400 bpd pilot project in the Middle East to reduce produced water’s oil content from 100 ppm to less than 1 ppm prior...

Akvola Technologies appoints two advisory board members

Akvola Technologies, the Berlin-based startup that offers an innovative membrane-based pretreatment technology, has announced the appointment of two new advisory board members. According to akvola...

ERI to supply pressure exchanger to Dongjiakou seawater desalination plant

Energy Recovery, Inc (ERII) has announced the award of a $2.3 million contract to supply its pressure exchangers for the Dongjiakou seawater desalination plant in China’s Shandong’s...

Aquabio to supply AMBR LE modular to MBR wastewater treatment plant

UK-based Aquabio has been awarded a £1 million ($1.5 million) contract to supply its AMBR LE modular MBR wastewater treatment plant technology for The Glenlivet distillery in Moray, Scotland,...

University of Arizona opens Water and Energy Sustainable Technology facility

On 20 November, the University of Arizona celebrated the opening of its new $5.5 million state-of-the-art Water and Energy Sustainable Technology (WEST) Center, co-located with the Pima County...

KMS's new Pulsion MBR to launch in WEFTEC

Koch Membrane Systems (KMS) will launch its Pulsion MBR today at the WEFTEC in Chicago. The system is said to have a smaller footprint by coupling greater packing density. It will also reduce the...

Clemson University College of Engineering and Science received funds for research study

Clemson University’s College of Engineering and Science has received $970,000 to create new technology that could play a role in mitigating membrane fouling. Researchers will work toward...

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