WaterBriefs: EU industrial water outsourcing market ripe for growth, study says

Also in this report: Cucamonga, Calif., water district shows deploys Itron's fixed network; Support pouring in for S. Calif. groundwater recharge project; Earth Canada signs $4.4M contract for the Triton FPSO in the North Sea; BSI2000 signs technical support agreement with CyberCountry Systems; RLM-EC provides flocculation units to GreenFuel Technologies...

In other news below, see:
-- Cucamonga, Calif., water district shows early success with Itron's fixed network
-- Broad support pouring in for S. Calif. groundwater recharge project
-- Earth Canada signs $4.4M contract for the Triton FPSO in the North Sea
-- BSI2000 signs technical support agreement with CyberCountry Systems
-- RLM-EC provides flocculation units to GreenFuel Technologies

Adopt specialist outlook for greater success in EU industrial outsourcing market
LONDON, Sept. 12, 2005 -- The outsourcing of industrial water and wastewater treatment facilities is gaining ground across Europe as an increasingly popular option for end users to effectively manage their on-site water needs and obtain operational cost savings while focusing on core activities. The demand for these outsourcing services is expected to accelerate steadily over the long- term as established contracts and successful strategies enhance end-user confidence, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan entitled "Outsourcing Opportunities in the European Industrial Water Sector"...
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Cucamonga, Calif., water district shows early success with Itron's fixed network
SPOKANE, WA, Sept. 12, 2005 -- So far, results of combining Itron's fixed network technology and advanced leak detection software is a big success for the Cucamonga Valley Water District, promoting efficiency and water conservation while saving the utility money and improving customer satisfaction. At a time when preserving natural resources is crucial, this news is very good...
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Broad support pouring in for S. Calif. groundwater recharge project
BIG BEAR CITY, CA, Sept. 12, 2005 -- The Big Bear Area Regional Wastewater Agency (BBARWA) has received strong support from regional, statewide and national organizations for their Groundwater Recharge project. The executive boards of the Southern California Association of Publicly Owned Treatment Works, California Association of Sanitation Agencies and the WateReuse Association have all endorsed BBARWA's proposed project and urge support for their efforts...
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Earth Canada signs $4.4M contract for the Triton FPSO in North Sea
MONTREAL, Canada, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRNewswire) -- Earth Corp. has sold a TORR system and a supply contract for RPA cartridges to Wood Group, a large engineering, procurement & construction firm, that provides a range of offshore services to Amerada Hess, a major oil and gas producer and operator. The TORR system will be installed on the Amerada Hess operated Triton Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading vessel located in the North Sea, for the polishing treatment of produced water, as part of its overall environmental management and regulatory compliance strategy...
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BSI2000 signs technical support agreement with CyberCountry Systems
DENVER, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRNewswire-FirstCall) -- BSI2000 Inc., a developer of high-end security systems for commercial and governmental use, announced today that it has signed a strategic partnership with CyberCountry Systems LLC of Denver to provide technical and engineering support for its newly acquired Maxx-Net™ product line. Maxx-Net is a full access control suite of products that incorporates multiple functions necessary in today's high-risk environment...
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RLM-EC provides flocculation units to GreenFuel Technologies
ATLANTA, Sept. 7, 2005 (PRWEB) -- RLM-EC, a national distributor of Savastat products for the United States, has provided GreenFuel Technologies Corp., a privately held company providing emissions-to-biofuel conversion services to power plants and industrial facilities, its Savastat SC units for evaluation in conjunction with the GreenFuel emissions-to-biofuels™ system. GreenFuel Technologies' systems use common forms of algae in a proprietary process involving passage through water to convert smokestack gases into fuel products...
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In earlier newsbriefs, see:
-- "WaterBriefs: Applied licenses MBfR technology from Northwestern University" -- Also in this report (Sept. 9, 2005): Parkson's unveils breakthrough MBR system; Infilco Degremont, Hydroxyl form strategic alliance; Severn Trent Services to help remove arsenic in Sacramento; Ecovation, Biorem sign license agreement; Chemtura sends in football's Rocky Bleier to keynote AWT convention; Lilker Associates celebrates 20th anniversary with new annual scholarship; Abt Associates to assist EPA efforts to protect water supply from terrorist attack; Veolia Water Indianapolis receives ISO 9001, 14001 registrations; Solucorp signs agreement with Ensco Caribe Inc.; PPL Corp. shuts down coal-fired generating units at Martins Creek Plant...

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