Desalination global news round-up

This week has again been a busy one in the international desalination scene, with Singapore’s Hyflux opening its Tuaspring plant...

This week has again been a busy one in the international desalination scene, with Singapore’s Hyflux opening its Tuaspring plant, talks in South Korea about Toray taking over Woongjin Chemical, Seven Seas Water rounding off a handful of contracts in the Caribbean and demand rises for silicon carbide membranes in the oil and gas sector. For more information on the stories and to watch the full Desalinate video newscast, click play on the video player below:

Singapore’s second desalination plant opens The 318,500 m3/day Tuaspring Desalination plant will be operated by Hyflux under a 25-year design, build, own and operate model for national water agency, PUB…

Toray set to acquire Woongjin Chemical Business Korea has reported that Toray has a proposed the equivalent of a $397 million US dollar bid, said to be higher that prices suggest by LG Chem, GS Energy and Unid…

Marin desalination plant edges forward Marin Municipal Water District’s 18,000 m3/day SWRO project has taken one step closer to construction after the Supreme Court rejected a challenge by environmental opponents…

Seven Seas Water completes Caribbean installation Trinidad and Tobago’s Point Fortin 17,400 m3/day desalination plant has been officially commissioned by Florida-based Seven Seas under a build, own, operate and transfer arrangement…

Silicon carbide membrane order for oil company in East Europe Denmark’s LiqTech International has signed a $300,000 order to supply its containerised silicon carbide – known as SiC - membranes to an East Europe based oil company…

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