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Articles Tagged with ''water & wastewater''

Global water treatment chemicals market to reach $30.6 billion in 2017

The global water treatment chemicals market will be influenced by increasing water quality standards in manufacturing, as well as other industrial uses.
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Texas municipality enters public-private partnership with Severn Trent Services

Severn Trent Services will provide water and wastewater operations and maintenance services to Horizon Regional Municipal Utility District.
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Corrosion Monitoring Solution

CorrTran® AQUA from Pepperl+Fuchs is a complete low-cost corrosion monitoring solution specifically designed to meet the corrosion monitoring needs of municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment facilities. CorrTran AQUA
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US large-diameter pipe demand predicted to grow

Demand for large-diameter pipes for water and wastewater is set to increase over the next four years in the United States, as spending on related infrastructural projects is expected to drive sales up.
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Analyzer Flow Switch/Monitor

The Model FS10A Analyzer Flow Switch/Monitor from Fluid Components International (FCI) ensures flow to water or gas sampling systems or analyzers.
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Automation suppler builds holistic platform for plant info

Engineering company focused on water/wastewater sees benefits
The information systems used in the process industries, including water and wastewater processing, are largely roles-based, with one being for plant design, another for operations execution and others for process control, maintenance and so on. In addition, most enterprise, or ERP systems, were in their origins meant to support discrete manufacturing, not batch or continuous production.
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Gauging industry’s role in water reuse

GE survey says consumers see industry as ‘responsible’ in at least several ways
Industrial conglomerate GE has released results of a survey of 3,000 consumers in the U.S., China and Singapore, indicating Americans believe large water users are most responsible for contributing to water scarcity, and that they strongly support reusing water to help the U.S. drive economic competitiveness and protect the environment. Yet Americans’ understanding of water lifecycles and solutions falls behind those of survey participants in other water-challenged countries.
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