Tag: water treatment

Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2020 opens for nominations

In conjunction with World Water Day on March 22, the Singapore International Water Week officially opened its call for nominations for the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2020.

De Nora acquires MIOX

De Nora, a global leader in electrochemical technologies and the world’s largest provider of electrodes, coatings and complete solutions for electrochemical processes, announced it has acquired the Albuquerque-based MIOX business from Johnson Matthey

Industrial water management surpasses $10 billion, annually

In 2017, U.S. industry spent $10.2 billion on water management, including water acquisition, treatment, reuse, and discharge.

City of Boise and Brown and Caldwell recognized for phosphorus removal facility

The City of Boise, Idaho, and Brown and Caldwell received a Grand Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) 51st Engineering Excellence Awards competition for the Dixie Drain Phosphorus Removal Facility.

GLC endorses action plan to address Great Lakes water infrastructure crisis

The Great Lakes Commission (GLC) endorsed a joint action plan to address the growing water infrastructure crisis in the Great Lakes region. The plan outlines actions to address a backlog in needed upgrades and repairs to water-related infrastructure in the eight Great Lakes states and two provinces over the next 20 years — everything from wastewater treatment plants to stormwater pipes and drinking-water filtration systems.

Water reuse capacity forecast to increase 37 percent over next 10 years

An increasing focus on resiliency and water supply risk is driving investment in water reuse, or reclaimed wastewater solutions. New capacity additions in the U.S. municipal water sector are forecast to surpass US$21.5 billion from 2017 to 2027, according to a new report from Bluefield Research.

Favorable court decision advances NAWS project

The North Dakota State Water Commission and U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Reclamation have been granted permission to proceed with efforts to restart construction on the Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS) project in the wake of a positive ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Lafarge to use water treatment plant residuals as cement raw materials

Lafarge Canada Inc. and Metro Vancouver have reached a three-year agreement that will see drinking water treatment residuals from the Seymour Capilano Filtration Plant be used as a material in cement manufacturing.

Surge in hydraulic fracturing drives water management spend toward $12 billion

A new wave of drilling activity in the hydraulic fracturing sector has kick-started demand for water management solutions in a sector that was lagging less than a year ago.
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