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Eaton Corp. plant wins Plant of the Year award for outstanding pollution control

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TOCCOA, Ga. — Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corp.’s aerospace facility in Toccoa, Ga., was honored recently by the Georgia Association of Water Professionals as the industrial 2011 Plant of the
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Aquatech to install wastewater recycle, zero liquid discharge system in China

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GUANGZHOU, China — U.S. water purification company Aquatech has been awarded a contract for the design, engineering, supply and supervision of installation and commissioning of a concentrated brine treatment plant
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IBM, Xylem, ICMA join Growing Blue

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CHICAGO — Growing Blue today announced that IBM, Xylem Inc. and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), represented by its Center for Sustainable Communities, have joined as new members
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Dr. Jamal Shamas becomes CH2M HILL Water for Oil & Gas Sector Lead

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DENVER — CH2M HILL, a global full-service consulting, design, construction, and operations firm, is pleased to announce that Dr. Jamal Shamas will be moving into a new role as
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Ashland to showcase innovative water treatment solutions at SIWW Water Expo

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SHANGHAI — Ashland Water Technologies, a commercial unit of Ashland Inc., is one of more than 600 companies that are participating in the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) Water
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New facility to recycle frac water in Pennsylvania

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CLARION, Pa. — A new facility in Clarion County, Pa., will begin recycling wastewater from hydraulic fracturing operations later this summer. The Clarion Altela Environmental Services (CAES) frac water
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Produced water treatment system for enhanced oil recovery

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ERLANGEN, Germany — Siemens Energy is supplying SNF SAS, France, a chemical company specialized on polymers, with a produced water treatment system as part of the company''s plant expansion
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Fracking poses low risk for causing earthquakes, report finds

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WASHINGTON — Hydraulic fracturing, a natural gas extraction technique commonly known as “fracking,” has a low risk for inducing earthquakes that can be felt by people, but underground injection
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New York student to represent US in International Stockholm Junior Water Prize Competition

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Kunal Sangani of Fayetteville, N.Y., was named the U.S. winner of the 2012 Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) — the most prestigious international competition for water-related
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Cactus may be alternative to harsh chemical dispersants, researchers find

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TAMPA, Fla. — A University of South Florida engineering professor and a team of researchers have found that mucilage from the common and easily grown prickly pear cactus —
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