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What does 2014 hold for Siemens Water Technologies, under AEA control?

The agreement for AEA Investors LP to acquire Siements Water Technologies has been closed for 640 million euros and the new company will now be called Evoqua Water Technologies...

Desalinating ice: an answer to China’s water woes?

At least one billion cubic metres of fresh water could be produced by desalinating ice from the Bohai sea in China by 2023, Chinese news agency Xinhua has reported...

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The proceedings of the 2013 International Conference of Information Science and Management Engineering (ISME 2013) held in Wuhan, China, is presented in the new book, Manufacture Engineering and En...

Giant underwater waves in South China Ocean studied in new lab experiment

Origins of underwater waves in the South China Sea towering hundreds of feet have been revealed in new large-scale tests.

Membrane technology helps German power plants improve water quality

A thermal power plant in Germany is now using a fouling-resistant membrane technology from LANXESS on a large scale for the first time.

Wastewater treatment system to be supplied at China petrochemical refinery

A China petrochemical company will soon receive a refinery wastewater treatment system from Siemens to meet new discharge standards.

Partnership to support POWER-GEN Middle East, WaterWorld Middle East conferences

Pennwell and Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority partnership to support Abu Dhabi's POWER-GEN Middle East/WaterWorld Middle East conferences.

One of largest single-day water relief efforts in history to be held in March

Waves for Water to host one of the largest single-day water relief efforts in history on March 22, 2014, to commemorate World Water Day.

NC state, British Virgin Islands to receive vital water infrastructure projects

Biwater will provide a reverse osmosis system for a North Carolina WTP, as well as water infrastructure for one of the British Virgin Islands.

Peace Corps aims to improve potable water quality at African schools

Three schools in Zambia could soon see a significant improvement in their potable water quality thanks to the U.S. Peace Corps.

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