Desalination global news round-up

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Join WWi chief editor Tom Freyberg for a round-up of the latest global desalination news stories in the video newscast below.

Headlines include:

- LG Chem sets sights on reverse osmosis (RO) global number one spot after NanoH2O buy

- Bahrain ship yard to get $8.6 million RO plant under BOT contract

- Procurement set to start on 30,000 m3/day IWP in Oman

- China increases desalination capacity by 16% in 2013

- Renewable desalination to focus in Middle East conference discussion.

 

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Membrane technology helps improve operations at Italy wastewater treatment plant

In an effort to preserve the beaches of the Northern Adriatic Sea, the regional government in Rimini, Italy, has partnered with HERA, operator of the regional wastewater treatment plant, to expand its existing operations while absorbing other WWTPs in the area.

UK wastewater treatment plant expansion to receive advanced MBR technology

Koch Membrane Systems has been selected to provide its PURON MBR modules for the upgrade and expansion of the Woolston Wastewater Treatment Works near Southampton, Hampshire, UK.

NY landfill Superfund site transformed into large-scale solar power farm

Brick Township in Ocean County, N.J., has received the first-ever "Excellence in Site Reuse Award" from the Environmental Protection Agency Region 2 for its use of solar energy at a Superfund Site.

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