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Filtration

Customers are exposed to a myriad of contaminants every day and modern technology, such as reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and microfiltration units, can eliminate or minimize exposure to users. Contaminants and filtration processes highlighted in this section address aesthetic (taste, odor, color, etc.) issues, system-operation nuisance concerns and health risks.

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Fibrelite to display new products at WEFTEC 2014

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NEW ORLEANS — WEFTEC 2014 will be held at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center, Sept. 27 to Oct. 1, in New Orleans.


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EPA approves Maryland pollution budget

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PHILADELPHIA — The pollution budget was developed by Maryland to reduce phosphorus and nitrogen in the state’s coastal bays and tributaries.


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Sierra Nevada Brewing Company applies UV-C technology in brewing process

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ERLANGER, Ky. — The brewing company employs UV-C technology to enhance the beer’s quality.


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Report projects global nanofiltration will see extensive growth

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WELLESLEY, Mass. — A BCC Research report reveals that the global market for nanofiltration membranes is projected to rise significantly by 2019.


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San Antonio Water System selects consulting firm as design consultant

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SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Water System (SAWS) serves more than 1.8 million residents within the corporate limits of the San Antonio and Bexar County.


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ENPRESS introduces new housing filter products

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EASTLAKE, Ohio — The latest ENPRESS LLC POU Series Housings & Filters are part of the ONE Filtration Simplified® product offerings.


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NSF awards grant to biotechnology company

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HAYWARD, Calif. — The grant will be used to develop novel biotechnology which removes selenium.


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U.S. Water Alliance to hold fifth annual OWL Summit

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WASHINGTON — The fifth annual One Water Leadership (OWL) Summit will take place in Kansas City, Mo.


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Dow Chemical Company awards EPC contract to RO manufacturing facility

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JUBAIL, Saudi Arabia — The facility is the first of its kind built outside of the U.S. and will create more than 100 jobs.


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Bulletin Board Post: Removing acetone from wastewater

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BIRMINGHAM — User Laurence DAlberti has recently posted a Bulletin Board post titled, “Removal of acetone from wastewater.”


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