61 articles about "Pall Corp"
The UF membrane market is maturing. Will it ever reach the level of commoditisation enjoyed by RO?
Having spent some time telling the world that it would sell its water division as a single package, Siemens has conceded that Memcor, the Australian low-pressure membrane manufacturer, will be sold off separately.
The departure of two of Pall Corporation’s longest-serving water executives raises questions about the future direction of the group’s water division. Its relationship with Asahi has come under particular scrutiny.
Colorado-based Joshua Water Technology has raised $2 million of fresh equity from investors including the Impact Opportunities Fund to fund its near-term expansion plans.
A flat performance for the GWI Global Water Index this month masked worrying declines at the French majors. Ranhill Utilities, meanwhile, is looking to return to the Bursa Malaysia in the new year.
Pall Corp. has won a contract to develop an advanced shipboard desalination system for the US Navy. The MF/RO system will initially produce 4,000 gallons per day (15m3/d) of potable water.
GWI’s Australia editor Max Borchardt looks at how legislative changes in Queensland could dramatically alter the future of coal seam gas water treatment infrastructure in the state.
Aussie desalter Clean TeQ has announced the sale of its UV water treatment division in order to concentrate on desalination applications for the mining and produced water markets.
A new survey by Black & Veatch has found that over 31% of US water and wastewater utilities are considering the use of public-private partnerships.
In theory, water stocks outperformed the market in 2011. In practice, the main specialist water funds struggled to match the GWI Water Index, and investors continued to move away from the sector. What is the outlook for 2012?