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29 April 2017
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Latest Companies

Xplore - Rugged Tablets for Mobilizing Utility Workflows

Yooil Engineering - Rubber Dam Systems

McElroy Manufacturing - Fusion Machinery for Thermoplastic Pipes

Remedy Asset Protection - Consultancy, Testing and Inspection Services for the Water Industry

McBerns - Odour Management Solutions and Void Protection Access Covers

Press Releases

Sulzer Achieves Increase in Orders Across All Regions During First Quarter of 2017
Switzerland-based industrial engineering firm Sulzer has announced an order intake of Sfr757.6m during the first quarter of 2017, compared to the Sfr684.6m sum achieved by the company in the same period last year.

Xplore CFO to Present at Joseph Gunnars & Co Pioneers Conference
Rugged computing company Xplore Technologies is pleased to announce that chief financial officer Tom Wilkinson will present at the Joseph Gunnar & Co Pioneers 2017 Conference.

May 2017 Webinar: Multi-Detection SEC as a Tool for Analysing Biosimilarity in Monoclonal Antibodies
Successful biosimilarity programmes are based around the effective analysis of comparative data.

Xplore Announces New $15m Credit Facility Arrangement
US-based rugged tablet PC provider Xplore Technologies has announced that it has entered into a three-year secured line of credit with the Bank of America, valued at an estimated $15m.

Xplore Secures $2.2m Order from Leading Global Telecommunications Company
Xplore Technologies is pleased to announce that a major national telecommunications service provider has chosen to replace its Digital Electronics Group's (DEG) standard laptops and toughbooks with Xplore XSLATE B10 Fully Rugged Tablet PC solutions.

White Papers

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,...

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...

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...

Xplore Rugged Tablets: The Key to Smarter Mobility
Finding an easily integrated workforce solution that works seamlessly across multiple departments within a utility is a task that can either be a game-changing step or one of your...

Your Lowest Cost for Sensible Leachate Disposal
Slimline Evaporation Systems use natural evaporation both sensibly and...

Features

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.

Projects

As-Samra Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)
The largest wastewater treatment facility in Jordan, the As-Samra wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) was built to replace the old and overloaded As-Samra Wastewater Stabilisation Ponds (WSP).

Az-Zour North Independent Water and Power Project
Phase one of the Az-Zour North Independent Water and Power Project (IWPP) is located at Az-Zour, approximately 100km south of Kuwait City.

Southern Delivery System (SDS) Water Treatment Plant, Colorado
Colorado Springs Utilities constructed a new water treatment plant in El Paso County, Colorado, US, as part of the larger $1.45bn Southern Delivery System (SDS) water project.

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.

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