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In response to the evolving stringent environmental standards, the domestic membrane power of China is rising, creating more intense competition with foreign companies. How are they adapting to the opportunities on offer?
Terminology for the international membrane market (see CTO Section - Market Map, May 2018)
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Leak detection specialist Aganova is eyeing up new corners of the international market. Its Nautilus technology, which detects leaks from within large-diameter pipes, is a major contributor to the company’s commercial success.
With a business model designed to curb capital constraints for utilities, Fathom is bulking up its customer portfolio at a gathering pace. A billion-dollar valuation shimmers on the horizon.
The American hygiene products colossus is moving up a gear in its approach to water management, redefining its own goals and working to release a digital platform to tackle issues at a local level. GWI finds out about the next steps.
Wabag’s experience as an EPC contractor as well as a solid track record of in-house technology development has put it at the vanguard of innovation. CTO Kim Soerensen shares how Wabag is responding to the key trends of water recycling and more advanced treatment. read more
Based on technology developed at the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research, PowerTech Water is commercialising a new take on the traditional capacitive deionisation process (CDI) in order to enhance its stability and durability without requiring ion-exchange membranes.
Known as inverted capacitive deionisation (INCION), salt separation is achieved in an opposite fashion to traditional CDI systems. When a voltage is applied...
Singapore-based Hydroleap is attempting to commercialise a modular electrocoagulation system that tackles the traditional problem of corrosion and scaling of the electrodes, issues that dramatically increase the power consumption over time. Hydroleap has developed a platform called Smart Power Distribution (SPD) which incorporates water quality sensors and electrode potential sensors in order to get real-time information on how the system is performing.