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Water & Wastewater (Municipal)

International Filtration News provides ongoing coverage of filtration technology for municipal water & wastewater applications. Visit filtnews.com regularly to stay on top of the latest insights, issues and innovations in filtration for municipal water & wastewater.

Student Spotlight: Electrochemical oxidation for the treatment of algae and cyanotoxins

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SUEZ Water Technology & Solutions focuses on solving problems in an increasingly water-stressed world

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Configuration of pilot-scale test

Founded in 1896, Clarkson University is a private national research university with its main campus in Potsdam, New York, adjacent to the six-million-acre Adirondack Park. At Clarkson, Shasha Yang’s research mainly focuses on water (e.g., PFAS-contaminated wastewater and landfill leachate) treatment using electrochemical oxidation method. Shasha’s current project focuses on the mitigation of harmful algal …

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Yuvbir Singh, CEO Suez Water Technologies & Solutions

With 90,000 employees worldwide, SUEZ provides water and waste management solutions that enable cities and industries to optimize resource management and strengthen environmental and economic performances, in line with regulatory standards. SUEZ’s global business unit, Water Technologies & Solutions (WTS), operates in over 100 countries, employs over 10,000 people around the world and serves over …

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John Stauch, president & CEO, Pentair

Pentair, a leading global water treatment company, believes that the health of the world depends on reliable access to clean, safe water. With approximately 110 locations in 30 countries, Pentair’s 10,000 employees are focused on its mission to deliver smart, sustainable solutions that empower its customers to make the most of life’s essential resource — …

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biosludge membrane

Conventional horizontal filter presses suffer from one major disadvantage, i.e., operators must be present during cake discharge to assure that all cakes are removed (to avoid potential leakage and/or damage). As a result, a significant number of mechanical devices have been developed over the years to automate this cake discharge (e.g., traveling cloths, shakers, vibrators, …

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Demand for consumer water treatment systems in the Asia/Pacific region is expected to show gains of 9.0% per year through 2022 to $10.3 billion. Driven by advances in China and India, the growth rate is the second fastest of any region in the world after the Africa/Mideast region. These and other trends are presented in …

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