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NSF develops standard to measure effectiveness of water treatment devices

Global public health and safety organization NSF International has developed the first American National Standard, validating the effectiveness of water treatment devices designed to reduce trace levels of contaminants in drinking water.
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Why pump when you can vacuum?

Replacing bleach dosing unit ends leaks, ingredient shortage for ultrafiltration backwash
Substituting a vacuum feeder for the bleach (NaOCl) pump used in ultrafiltration backwash eliminated frequent pipe and valve leaks.
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Pneumatic and Manual Plastic Diaphragm Valves

The R690 pneumatic and R677 manual plastic diaphragm valves from GEMÜ offer all the advantages for economical use in most applications.
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Fluor to build Dow's new reverse osmosis plant in Saudi Arabia

Fluor Corporation is to build a reverse osmosis (RO) manufacturing facility for the Dow Chemical Company in Saudi Arabia under a new engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract.
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It gets ugly quick, when the water runs out

From Los Angeles to San Francisco Bay, at least 15 desalination-plant proposals are current along the California coast. No wonder all eyes are on the $1-billion Carlsbad desalination plant. Post 2016, it’ll knock out about 50 million gallons of potable water a day and be the largest such plant in the Western hemisphere.
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Texas city ready for water reuse project launch

The city of Wichita Falls, Texas, is ready to start its water reuse program any day now, as the Cypress Water Treatment Plant is fully prepared for the launch of the project.
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A sustainability check-list for food & beverage makers

Technology solutions cut chemicals use and blow-down rates; increase brine reclaim and grey water reuse
Water and energy use decisions in food & beverage plants are often taken in the context of larger corporate-sustainability goals.
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San Jose wastewater treatment plant to open in July

Silicon Valley's new wastewater treatment plant will treat sewage water that will then be used for irrigation and in cooling towers for the high-tech industry.
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Global desalination market to reach $3.92 billion in 2014

New technology has developed significantly over the past few years, allowing manufacturers of desalination system equipment to make their products more efficient and less energy-consuming.
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Minnesota water company trials new biotech process for removing pollutants

A Minnesota-based water company is experimenting with an advanced reverse osmosis technology designed to treat drinking water.
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