31 articles about "Aquatech"
In the face of an ongoing and catastrophic drought, the Texas state legislature has effectively killed a $2 billion water infrastructure bill after a procedural motion on 29 April delayed the bill’s consideration.
The owners of the Shuweihat 2 independent water and power project in Abu Dhabi are planning to issue an $800 million bond in September.
The consolidation continues among international environmental consultants, with Lahmeyer announcing the purchase of a 70% stake in Philippines-based water and energy consultancy IDP Consult earlier his month.
The construction wing of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has been awarded a contract by the Ministry of Energy to construct a 100 million m3/yr (274,000m3/d) RO desalination plant on the shore of the Caspian Sea.
A joint venture comprising AquaTreat and Stulz-Planaqua has been awarded the contract to expand the Kofranja wastewater treatment plant in Jordan, after a long bidding process.
High energy prices are driving booming demand for dirty fossil fuels, and cleaning up the waste streams has become big business. Evaporation and high-recovery reverse osmosis technologies have an even greater future.
Christopher Gasson reflects on a busy month of water events.
Pennsylvania-based Aquatech International has bought Indian chemicals company WEX Technologies.
The US firm has taken a significant step into the Gulf municipal desal market by winning the contract for a new SWRO plant in the UAE. It is keeping quiet over the low-energy technical design that put it ahead of the pack.
Aquatech has been awarded an EPC contract for a 10,000m3/d waste and sewage treatment and recycling project for the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport at Mumbai, using a combination of SBR (CASS) technology, ultrafiltration and RO.