Kuwait steps closer to awarding PPP for Az-Zour North part two
UAE receives 14 bids for Umm Al Quwain desal plant
The UAE's Federal Electricity and Water Authority has received 14 bids for a desalination project in Umm Al Quwain, reports The National.
Hydranautics introduces two new spiral wound RO membranes
Hydranautics has brought out two new spiral wound reverse osmosis membranes for demanding industrial and municipal applications.
Wave-powered design duo aim to crowd-fund desal pilot
SAROS, a design for a seawater RO desalination system powered by the energy in ocean waves, has kicked off an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign to raise $25,000.
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WRF unveils initial findings of study into blending variables in DPR
The US Water Research Foundation has shared preliminary findings from its ongoing research into the impact of blending variables on direct potable reuse water.
Dow to pilot petrochemical wastewater treatment at its ethylene cracker facility
Dow Water & Process Solutions is planning to demonstrate a new treatment solution for petrochemical wastewater at its site in Tarragona, Spain, from next year.
Mekorot signals intention to pursue Cyprus for alleged damages
Mekorot National Water Company, the Israeli government-owned water projects developer, has signalled its intention to sue the Cypriot government for E50 million in alleged damages, reports Israeli business news outlet, Globes.
Seawater desal among the costliest water solutions for California
A study by the Pacific Institute has found that seawater desalination is among the most expensive solutions to water scarcity in the state of California, US.