IDE supplies evaporators to groundbreaking Chinese project
Bomo Environmental Engineering has purchased two evaporators from IDE Technologies as part of China's first produced water treatment plant. The facility in Karamay, Xinjian will be the first in China to operate under a Build Operate Own (BOO) model. The win marks IDE's bid to raise its profile in the oil and gas sector, the company said.
CONGRESS NEWS Desalination industry embraces conservation as vital ally
Desalination industry leaders this week declared emphatic support for the role of sustainable measures alongside advances in desalination to address growing water scarcity. Opening speakers at the IDA World Congress in San Diego emphasized the importance of conservation and water recycling in meeting an escalating global challenge from water scarcity.
Ultra pure systems market to top US 4.3 billion in 2016
The world market for ultra pure water systems and consumables will grow to more than US$ 4.3 billion next year according to market researcher, McIlvaine.
New LG Chem filter plant to drive market leadership bid
South Korean chemical firm, LG Chem, has claimed its recently completed construction of a reverse osmosis (RO) water filter production plant in Korea will springboard its drive for global market leadership.
Global membrane market growth nears 11%
The global membrane separation market is heading to top US$ 39 billion in 2019, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.8% over the period according to a recent report published by market analyst, Persistence Market Research.
California county mulls tapping into nuclear plant desalination
As part of its plans to combat ongoing severe drought, California's San Luis Obispo County (SLO) is considering the construction of a 10 km pipeline to tap into the spare capacity of a desalination plant currently providing only the needs of a nuclear power plant.
Israel to join top ten water stressed by 2040
The US-based World Resources Institute has forecast that Israel will be among the world's ten most water stressed regions by 2040. Almost half of those regions will be in the Middle East according to recent report by the institute.
Oman trial plant eases water scarcity
Trial operation of a new desalination plant near the Oman capital, Muscat, is already alleviating water scarcity there according to the Oman's Public Authority for Electricity and Water.
South Africa looks to the sea
South Africa's Department of Water and Sanitation is considering desalinating seawater to help ease the country's water problems as it struggles amid its worst drought in more than 20 years.
Biofouling - a new start
Researchers in Israel have uncovered indicators of a new mechanism behind biofouling in reverse osmosis membranes. Progress in comprehension of the complicated interactions between chemical and biological species and their damaging effects on membrane permeability could spawn solutions to their costly repercussions.
Ceramic membranes: smashing prospects
Tyler Algeo and James Fotouhi BlueTech Research
March of continuous electrodeionization in ultra pure water use
Dr-Ing A Yfantis president and managing director and Dr N Yfantis technical director, Sychem
The word on the sheet: biofilm has a script
Professor Sunny Jiang and Leda Katebian University of California, Irvine
Texas Desal 2015 (Radisson Hotel, Austin, Texas - 30/09/2015)
Choosing the best desalination technology for your project (Online - Webinar - 14/10/2015)
AWWA/AMTA 2016 Membrane Conference & Exposition (San Antonio, Texas, USA - 01/02/2016)
EDS Desalination for the Environment: Clean Water and Energy (Marriott Park Hotel, Rome, Italy - 22/05/2016)