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15 December 2017
Industry News

Rwanda, Metito make financial close of Kigali Bulk Water Supply project
The Government of Rwanda and water management solution provider firm Metito have announced the financial close of the Kigali Bulk Water Supply public private partnership (PPP) project.

Cranfield University installs SMARTech3 to remove and recover nutrients from wastewater
Cranfield University in UK has unveiled a new plant technology SMARTech3, which will enable its researchers to remove and recover nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater.

Yorkshore Water to commence £12m wastewater improvement scheme
Yorkshire Water is set to start a £12m water improvement scheme at Bolton Upon Dearne Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW), Rotherham, Yorkshore County, UK.

Singapore’s PUB starts construction on DTSS Phase 2 conveyor system
Singapore’s national water agency PUB has broken ground for the enhanced conveyance system of the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS) Phase 2.

Press Releases

Advanced Hydrology Monitoring Station Shows Full Potential
A few months ago, Croatia-based sensor technology company Geolux successfully completed the installation of a cutting-edge hydrology monitoring station over the river Sava in the country's capital city, Zagreb.

Malvern Panalytical Receives Funding for New Collaborative Project
Malvern Panalytical has announced the launch of a collaborative project that aims to support the development of existing and next generation biopharmaceutical products.

Xplore Technologies Named as Honouree at CES Innovation Awards
US-based tablet computing solutions provider Xplore Technologies is pleased to announce that it has been named as an honouree at the CES 2018 Innovation Awards.

Legacy Launches Innovative New ExxoTec Fabric
Legacy Building Solutions is pleased to announce the latest addition to its range of customised tension fabrics, ExxoTec™.

Geolux Installs Hydrology Monitoring Station at Zagreb's Hendrix Bridge
Geolux has installed an innovative new hydrology monitoring station at Zagreb's iconic Hendrix railway bridge over river Sava.

White Papers

Monitoring Particle Properties in Water Treatment Microfiltration Processes
The dual effect of increasing demand for water supply, as well as tightening of government regulations, has led to a greater research emphasis into water treatment...

New Approach for Pumping Station Inspection and Maintenance
The village of Eijsden-Margraten in the Netherlands has 86 pumping stations. Five of these sewage pumping stations were no longer in optimal condition and therefore the municipality requested...

An Unrivalled Advantage
The benefits of ruggedised tablet technology may not be widely acknowledged among consumer audiences, but they routinely play a salient, integrated role in the manufacture, delivery,...

Examining the Impact of Particle Properties and Behaviour on Suspension Rheology
Understanding how dispersed particles in a liquid medium interact with one another is a crucial step in achieving the desired product performance in systems such as ceramics, adhesives and...

Sulzer's Largest Submersible Wastewater Pump for Marine Environment Protection in Saudi Arabia
Mandated to transform Saudi Arabia's water and wastewater infrastructure, National Water Company aims to increase the capacity of wastewater treatment in Jeddah to serve its expanding...

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