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Weekly Round Up
22 October 2016
Latest Companies

NSF International - Complete Global Testing and Certification Services from Source to Tap

WaterGroup - Water Optimisation Solutions

Sulzer - State-of-the-Art Pumping Solutions for Water Applications

Wakefield Acoustics - Noise Control Solutions for Water Treatment Facilities

Slimline Manufacturing Ltd Canada - Municipal / Industrial Wastewater Treatment Solutions

Press Releases

Malvern to Showcase Standard Tests with NanoSight NS3000
Malvern has announced it will showcase a range of standard tests performed by NanoSight NS3000 live in a desk-demo webinar.

Sulzer Extends High-Efficiency SMD Water Pump Range
Sulzer reveals an extension to the state-of-the-art SMD axially split pump range to meet the requirements in municipal water treatment, supply, and distribution. The company extends the performance of the pump range towards lower flows and implements a higher level of standardization for cost-effective solutions and short delivery times.

Sulzer Introduces High-Efficiency Pumping Solutions for Clean Water Applications
Sulzer traditionally has a strong presence in the desalination and wastewater market. Now, the company introduces an extended product portfolio that also covers clean water applications.

Zeta Potential for Formulation Stability and Product Performance
Malvern presents a webinar about zeta potential and its importance when controlling formulation stability and product performance.

Genesee County Health Department Takes New Steps to Prevent Legionella Cases
Building water health is a concern especially in Flint as the number of Legionella cases has grown in the past few years.

White Papers

Ahlstrom Disruptor Nonwoven Filter Media
Disruptor® filter media removes a wide range of submicron particulates, pathogens, trace pharmaceuticals and cellular debris with its naturally occurring electropositive...

Submersible Dewatering Pumps
In the real world, time is money and worksites have no time for unwanted water. Sulzer has the solutions in a complete pump range for reliable...

NSF - Military Operations Microbiological Water Purifiers
The need to purify waters of unknown or variable microbiological quality is a common occurence among military and non-military government agencies, cameprs, hikers and in some developing...

Sulzer Agitators for Efficient Wastewater Treatment in a Pulp Mill
Asia Symbol (Shandong) Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd is located in the Chinese city of Rizhao, which served as the host for some of the Olympic events in 2008. In 2010, the world's largest single pulp...

An Introduction to Rheology
Rheometry refers to the experimental technique used to determine the rheological properties of materials; rheology being defined as the study of the flow and deformation of matter which...


March's top stories: Irish Water invests €300m, Hyflux wins Ain Sokhna project
Irish Water plans to invest €300m to upgrade a Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant in Dublin, and Hyflux received LoI for a $500m contract to build Ain Sokhna Integrated Water and Power Project in Egypt. Water-technology.net wraps up the key headlines from March 2016.

February's top stories: LA underground reservoir, Vishvaraj invests $871m
LA started phase 2 of the $230m Headworks Underground Reservoir project, and Vishvaraj announced $871m of investment in India's wastewater treatment. Water-technology.net wraps up the key headlines from February 2016.

2015: The year's biggest Water Technology stories
Thames Water starts construction of £4.2bn super sewer project in 2016, FCC Aqualia won €2.4bn contract for wastewater treatment plant while Nasa used satellite data to prevent algal bloom in fresh water. Water-technology.net wraps up the key headlines from 2015.

November's top stories: BHP Billiton to clean-up river, shockwave for desalination
BHP Billiton to clean-up river for impending $5.24bn lawsuit in Brazil, GE and US DOE to check feasibility of new desalination technology while research uses shockwave for desalination. Water-technology wraps-up the key headlines from November 2015.

October's top stories: App for water tracking, EPA at fault for wastewater spill
Researchers develop satellite based smartphone application for agricultural water tracking, US Interior Department find EPA at fault for wastewater spill while Qatar awards sewage tunnel contracts totalling around $617m to Bouygues and Urbacon. Water-technology wraps-up the key headlines from October 2015.


Xiluodu Dam, Jinsha River
The Xiluodu double-curvature arch dam was built by China Three Gorges Corporation (CTGPC). It is the second largest dam in China, next only to the Three Gorges Dam (TGD) in terms of size, construction cost and generating capacity.

Sludge Treatment Facility
The Hong Kong Government's Environmental Protection Department (EPD) embarked on a major project to construct the world’s largest sludge treatment plant.

Thames Water's Lee Tunnel Project, East London
The Lee Tunnel project is the first of the two tunnelling projects executed as part of the Thames Water London Tideway Improvements scheme in the UK.

Euclid Creek Storage Tunnel Project, Cleveland, Ohio
The Euclid Creek Storage Tunnel Project forms a major component of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District's (NEORSD) Project Clean Lake programme being implemented in the US, with an investment of $3bn.

Ras Abu Fontas (RAF) A2 Seawater Desalination Plant
Ras Abu Fontas (RAF) A2 Seawater Desalination Plant is located at Ras Abu Fontas, about 10km south of Doha.

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