124 articles about "US Filter"
Buying China's leader in water reuse is the first major step Siemens Water Technologies has taken outside the US. Was it worth waiting for?
Former US Filter CEO Andy Seidel analyses where Siemens have got things right.
Gord Cope looks at why emergency water supply to power stations and other industrial plants has become such a key market for GE and Siemens.
After two years in German hands, the US water treatment group is in better shape than ever. Laura Bridgewater investigates.
Buying a Chinese UF membrane manufacturer puts the chemical company against the likes of GE and Siemens. Whoever wins will redefine the structure of the US water market.
Larry Chertoff looks at three new technologies for minimising the cost of sludge disposal.
Larry Chertoff examines the recovery in the market for operating contracts for US municipalities.
A new GWI report on the Asia Pacific water and wastewater market highlights the opportunities and threats the region presents to international water industry companies. Its authors, Olivia Jensen and Frederic Blanc-Brude, preview its contents.
The US Filter veteran promises no more acquisition sprees as he takes command of fusible pipe specialist Underground Solutions.
The Chinese government sees membranes as a core technology in its bid for sustainable development.