Hyflux signs two MoUs for ultrafiltration water projects in China

Sponsored by

Singapore firm Hyflux has signed a memoranda of understanding (MoU) to develop water and environmental projects with the two prefectural governments of Chuxiong and Qujing in Yunnan province, People’s Republic of China.

The projects will include the development of water recycling, wastewater treatment plants and potable water treatment plants as well as related infrastructure projects. The projects will adopt Hyflux’s advanced Kristal ultrafiltration membrane technology.

The total combined investment value for the two projects in Qujing and Chuxiong is estimated to be approximately RMB3.2 billion ($515 million).

The MOUs are not expected to have a material financial impact on the Company for the financial year ending 31 December 2013.

###

Sponsored by

TODAY'S HEADLINES

CA city deploys smart water software for improved decision support, capital planning

In an effort to prioritize main replacement, coordinate outage response, pinpoint capacity deficiencies, and identify optimal flushing locations in the city of Santa Ana, Calif., the Santa Ana Public Works Agency is adopting Sedaru smart water enterprise software from IDModeling, Inc.

Water Council names first director of finance and operations

The Water Council announced that it has officially named Amy Jensen as the organization's first director of finance and operations, effective April 1, 2015.

Biotechnology breakthroughs expanding opportunities in water market, report finds

According to a new Insight Report from BlueTech Research, exciting market opportunities are opening up for the water and wastewater industry following breakthroughs in advanced biotechnology.

Ontario WWTP receives first ISI Envision sustainable infrastructure award in Canada

The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure announced that the Grand Bend Area Wastewater Treatment Facility, located in Ontario, Canada, has earned the Envision sustainable infrastructure rating system's Platinum award.

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA