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Mar 24, 2021
Kirloskar Brothers is primary pump provider for water project in Tamil Nadu
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Mar 23, 2021
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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of $2.7 billion (€2.3 billion) for State Revolving Funds (SRFs) to assist states and territories with infrastructure projects that help provide safe drinking water and protect surface waters in communities. Additionally, EPA is announcing a new $12 million (€10 million) grant programme to help... [Read More]

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Mar 16, 2021
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Weltec Biopower has been contracted to build an energy-efficient wastewater treatment unit for a sewage treatment plant in Bückeburg, North Germany. Apart from the earthworks and the electrical installations, the German biogas manufacturer will supervise the construction of the new sludge thickener, the engine room for the cogeneration power plant and the digester with... [Read More]

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Mar 16, 2021
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New water technology has helped Wessex Water upgrade a sewer beneath the River Parrett in Bridgwater in the UK - protecting the environment and saving almost £1 million (€1.17 million) in the process. Forty-year-old pipework near the pumping station had to be replaced, work that normally requires horizontal drilling and deep trenches that would have a significant impact... [Read More]

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Mar 15, 2021
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Bedford Pumps has recently supplied two of their submersible axial fish friendly pumps to Waikato Regional Council for a new pumping station in New Zealand. Muggeridges Pumping Station has been constructed near the Piako River in the Waihou Piako Zone to protect 1,100 hectares of land, near Ngātea. The pumping station is positioned at the lowest point in the catchment... [Read More]

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Mar 15, 2021
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Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) has extended its direct sales and technical support to customers in Romania and Bulgaria. The company’s Hungary sales office has supported customers of Watson-Marlow Pumps, Watson-Marlow Tubing, Bredel Hose Pumps, Alitea and MasoSine sinusoidal technology in Romania and Bulgaria since last year. In addition, two more... [Read More]

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Mar 15, 2021
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PVO-Vesivoima’s hydropower plants in Finland will introduce a new central control system from Valmet. The system will provide PVO-Vesivoima on the Iijoki, Kemijoki and Kokemäenjoki rivers with a better overview of the production process and enhance operation in electricity markets with new control solutions. The new system is essential for the commercial use of hydropower.... [Read More]

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Mar 11, 2021
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Grundfos has announced the establishment of its new global mobility team to support the green evolution of the automotive and transportation industry. Spearheaded by senior sales director Peter Kiaer, the team will serve Grundfos’ global customers to improve their water and energy footprint. The team consists of specialists with extensive experience providing optimised... [Read More]

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Mar 10, 2021
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Riventa has identified potential savings of 12% - equating to $254,000 (€213,000) annually – as the Las Vegas Valley Water District looks to optimise its water distribution. Utilising its leading-edge thermodynamic FREEFLOW technology, Riventa monitored pumps at the Hacienda Water Pumping Station (WPS), a strategic part of the district’s network, which is also part... [Read More]

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Feb 24, 2021
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UK filter manufacturer Amazon Filters has taken new steps to grow its service for customers in process engineering industries worldwide. The Surrey-headquartered firm has appointed five new recruits in departments dealing with filter housing operations and fabrication, product design and development, IT and despatch. The move complements a continuing programme of investment... [Read More]

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Feb 23, 2021
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A desalination plant in Saudi Arabia has taken advantage of Sulzer’s experience in reverse osmosis (RO) technology to reduce its energy costs and boost reliability. The Shuqaiq 3 plant on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast is being built by a public private partnership between the Saudi government and an international consortium. The Spanish water engineering specialist,... [Read More]

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Feb 19, 2021
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Pump manufacturer Framo is to become a joint partner with fish farming company Lingalaks. The two companies aim to collaborate on the development of the Stadion Basin innovation project in Norway - a closed, floating production system for salmon, scheduled for completion in 2023. “The objective with the Stadion Basin is to eliminate problems with salmon lice, accidental... [Read More]

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Feb 18, 2021
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Southern Water is deploying pumps as extreme rainfall in the UK over the winter has raised the risk of flooding across the region. Tankers are also being used to protect sewers and reduce the risk of rising water affecting homes and businesses. Around 50 tankers are busy pumping out rainwater which is forcing its way into the sewer system in a bid to minimise the risk... [Read More]

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Feb 12, 2021
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Irish company EPS has announced the acquisition of the majority shareholding in Scottish engineering company Ferrier Pumps. EPS Group is a water and wastewater infrastructure specialist and employs over 500 people in Ireland and the UK. The addition of Ferrier Pumps brings 47 team members and branches in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen along with 40 years of experience.... [Read More]

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Feb 11, 2021
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Watermark Projects has introduced a Landia mixing system to help handle wastewater at an expanding organic poultry producer in South Wales. Prior to the effluent being treated by Watermark Projects’ bespoke dissolved air flotation (DAF) as part of their design and build service, Landia’s AirJet kept the balance tank aerated, ensuring that solids were kept in suspension. Comprising... [Read More]

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Feb 11, 2021
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Detection Services has signed an agreement to introduce energy-saving pump/blower optimisation products and services from UK company Riventa. With headquarters in Dural, New South Wales, Detection Services, established 1991 and the largest water management business across Australia and New Zealand, specialises in multi-discipline pipeline solutions and technologies covering... [Read More]

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Feb 11, 2021
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A multicrusher made by Borger is playing a key role in the continuing success of an award-winning waste-to-energy operation in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. At Stornoway’s Creed Integrated Waste Management Facility on the Isle of Lewis, the Borger multicrusher consistently chops a seven-cubic tonne batch per shift of coarse waste salmon. This has enabled the facility... [Read More]


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