124 articles about "US Filter"
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Brazil's public private partnership bill has been tailored to attract investors. It looks like becoming law soon.
With most of US Filter on the block and Latin American revenues in free fall, China and eastern Europe are key for the French utility.
The US contract operations market was down by nearly three quarters last year. But, as Larry Chertoff reports, not everyone was unhappy.
ITT Industries continued to build its position in the water sector with the 3 million acquisition of Wedeco, a German manufacturer of ozone oxidation and ultraviolet (UV) disinfection equipment.
Veolia’s third-quarter figures showed top line sales dip 1% to €8,334 million, primarily as a result of a 4.9% negative exchange rate movement.
The troubled contractor’s bankruptcy move has won it at least three more months. GWI’s US correspondent Larry Chertoff looks at the chances of the desal plant’s success.
The quoted British water companies seem to be faring a little better. AWG, Severn Trent and Pennon each came in with relatively upbeat trading statements as they closed their first-half accounts at the end of October.
America’s flagship private public partnership to build a desal plant is in trouble. Again.
Veolia stunned Wall Street last month with news that the company is posting a $2.41 billion loss for the first half and that it is preparing to dispose of a big chunk of US Filter.