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UF/RO desalination plant to help modernise Basra, Iraq

As part of several national plans to modernize basic services, the Iraqi Ministry for Municipalities and Public Works has contracted Veolia to build and operate a 200,000 m3/day desalination plant ...

Wastewater treatment plant in Vigo to receive UV technologies

Xylem has won a contract valued at approximately $2.75 million to supply Wedeco-brand ultraviolet (UV) technologies to a wastewater treatment facility in the Vigo region of southwest Spain...

Desalination system helps thwart drought in Marshall Islands

A Spectra desalination plant established on Utrik, an atoll in the Marshall Islands, is thwarting the effects of a yearlong, region-wide drought.

Thermal desalination could be “reinvigorated” by solar energy, says IDA president

Although membrane based, seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination has taken over globally from thermal technology, the use of solar power has been touted as one way to help close the gap...

Europe oil, gas field produced water to be treated with oil-gas separation technology

APATEQ announces first delivery of oil-water separation product for European customer to treat hydraulic fracturing, oil production produced water.

U.S. pump market benefits from new online training platform

A new online training platform serving professionals in the pump industry was launched by Grundfos.

Water scarcity now linked to slowing energy production

A new initiative has been launched by the World Bank that aims to link the water and power industries better globally...

Drinking water distribution service in France receives new contract

Veolia was awarded a contract from Greater Lyon for the production and distribution of drinking water in 54 municipalities for a period of eight years.

Mobile pilot ozone system aims to remove wastewater pharmaceutical residue

Funding has recently been provided to Primozone to build a mobile pilot scale ozone system for the removal of pharmaceutical residue.

Impacts of fracking on water supplies overplayed - CIWEM

Just days after Prime Minister David Cameron offered local authorities a tax break for approving fracking projects in their area, a study has been released addressing the impact of shale gas extrac...

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