WaterBriefs: American Water exec reappointed to NDWAC

In other news: Metito wins Frost & Sullivan leadership award; Calgon Carbon updates UV patent, license developments; Innovative Medical Services acquires Fillmaster, Nutripure; Mexico welcomes U.S. Microbics environmental technology; UltraStrip, Allbaugh partner; Novazone picks new CFO; eFoodSafety.com unit pushes Mexico sales effort; Ore. city partners with OMI for public works operation; HMM's Johnson wins award; Ecoloclean to work with A.B. Dock; Sandia researchers develop new 'surfactant'...

In other news below (June 8, 2005):
-- Frost & Sullivan Market Penetration Leadership Award presented to Metito
-- Calgon Carbon announces recent UV patent, license developments
-- Innovative Medical Services announces acquisition of Fillmaster, Nutripure
-- Mexico welcomes environmental cleanup technology using microbes
-- UltraStrip, Allbaugh partner for 'new era' for restoring safe water worldwide
-- Novazone appoints Connolly as CFO
-- eFoodSafety.com subsidiary pumps up sales efforts in Mexico
-- City of Monroe, Ore., partners with OMI for operation of public works
-- Hatch Mott MacDonald's Johnson wins award for outstanding contribution
-- Ecoloclean Industries announces agreement with A.B. Dock Company
-- Sandia researchers develop unique 'surfactant' material

American Water exec reappointed to National Drinking Water Advisory Council
American Water Vice President John Young's term on the council will span May 31 until Dec. 31, 2007. This is Young's second term serving on the NDWAC. While holding this position, his responsibilities include meeting with other experts in the drinking water community to gather and assess information and provide advice to the EPA on policies related to water quality and safety, as well as development of drinking water regulations...
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Frost & Sullivan Market Penetration Leadership Award presented to Metito
Expansion of Metito Overseas Ltd. unsurpassed in leveraging wide-ranging expertise in water and wastewater treatment and desalination systems to effectively meet needs of Middle East packaged wastewater treatment plants market...
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Calgon Carbon announces recent UV patent, license developments
New patents granted by China's State Intellectual Property Office, Hong Kong's Intellectual Property Department and the Israeli Patent Office for its invention of a process that utilizes low levels of UV light energy in water to prevent Cryptosporidium and other such parasites from infecting humans. Plants in New York, Alberta and British Columbia sign license agreements...
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Innovative Medical Services announces acquisition of Fillmaster, Nutripure
Significant investment to be made to expand product offerings and distribution in commercial and consumer water treatment businesses acquired from Pure Bioscience...
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Mexico welcomes environmental cleanup technology using microbes
New cleanup funding, approved technology, prior success are driving forces in remediation of oil leaks contaminating soil and groundwater with U.S. Microbics/SSWM microorganisms...
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UltraStrip, Allbaugh partner for 'new era' for restoring safe water worldwide
Business-development agreement with company headed by FEMA ex-director will explore joint ventures...
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Novazone appoints Connolly as CFO
Provider of innovative ozone-based solutions to improve the freshness and safety of food and water picks Philip G. Connolly to head up financial analysis and reporting...
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eFoodSafety.com subsidiary pumps up sales efforts in Mexico
Ozone Safe Food Inc. enhances marketing for next generation in cleaning and sanitizing agents, offering high pressure, cold water sanitizing without chemicals or toxic wastes...
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City of Monroe, Ore., partners with OMI for operation of public works
For the past five months, Operations Management International Inc. (OMI) has overseen Monroe's daily public works operations under a monthly management contract. The Monroe city council recently voted unanimously to enter a five-year contract with OMI for operations of its public works...
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Hatch Mott MacDonald's Johnson wins award for outstanding contribution
Russell K. Johnson, a vice president of Hatch Mott MacDonald, was honored on May 5, when he became the recipient of the H. Heukelekian Award from the New Jersey Water Environment Association...
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Ecoloclean Industries announces agreement with A.B. Dock Company
Signs "Revenue Sharing Agreement" calling for World Environmental Technologies Inc. (WET), a wholly owned Ecoloclean subsidiary, to establish a permanent wastewater treatment facility at A.B. Dock's receiving and servicing station located in Cameron, La...
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Sandia researchers develop unique 'surfactant' material
A new class of materials developed by researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, Calif., may prove useful in wastewater processing, textile manufacturing, biomedical diagnostics, and other applications requiring modification of surface properties of liquids or solids...
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In previous news briefs, see: "WaterBriefs: Perchlorate analysis subject of joint venture" -- ALSO in this report: OSHA seeks comments on lead in construction standard; Steeler's Rocky Bleier, NASA exec to keynote AWT 2005; ENDO 2005 targets chemicals impact on environment, health; Biogas feasibility on upward trend - report; 'Ground Water Institute for Teachers' going nationwide; ABB drive first to earn BTL approval; Bears coach Mike Ditka to address water pros at AWWA; Veolia Water grabs Oregon wastewater services contract; URS names EG&G Homeland Security chief; United Defense installs first WaterSentry security alert system; Pa. DEP urges Senate to fight MTBE measure; Steelworkers union worried about Teflon component; Ashland Specialty Chemical names water veteran to head resin business...

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