Evoqua Water Technologies completed the divestiture of the Memcor product line to Dupont Safety & Construction for approximately $110 million. The Memcor product line consists of microfiltration, ultrafiltration and membrane bioreactors (MBR).
The 2020 AHR Expo announced its full schedule of sessions for the its education program, including more than 200 free seminars, new product and technology presentations, professional certifications and continuing education courses. The 2020 AHR Expo will be held February 3-5 in Orlando, Fla.
Evoqua Water Technologies announced a majority investment position in San Diego-based Frontier Water Systems LLC, which develops patented, engineered equipment packages for high-rate treatment and removal of selenium, nitrate and other metals from complex waste streams.
Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. announced a joint community program with the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins to help build a stronger connection with youth hockey associations across greater Pittsburgh and underscore the important role water plays in all aspects of daily life.
Facility managers are often faced with a decision whether to test utility and potable water for Legionella bacteria. Moreover, there are two different event types that most owners will face regarding Legionella: surveillance and clinical. In a blog post, U.S. Water explores when and how many locations to test.
ProChemTech’s Chemical Plant #2 in Apache Junction, Ariz., recently celebrated 20 years of manufacturing products for the treatment of boiler, cooling, potable and wastewaters. The Arizona plant also supports the company’s Performance Chemical and Engineered Systems Divisions with on-site service operations.
Tonka Water, a U.S. Water Brand, worked with a design-build team to meet the needs of Colorado’s East Cherry Creek Valley. The solution: a groundwater treatment plant that includes a fully automated OptaCell Plus horizontal pressure filter system for the removal of iron and manganese.
Kurita Water Industries Ltd. of Japan acquired U.S. Water Services Inc., a Minnesota-based company that manufactures and sells water treatment chemicals and facilities, for $270 million. Kurita will acquire 100 percent of the outstanding shares of Global Water Services Holding Company Inc., which is the holding company of U.S. Water.
An electrochemical water treatment technology has been shown to reduce water use and cut operating costs for facilities operating HVAC systems utilizing cooling towers, according to a report by the General Services Administration.
Check out the January 2020 edition of Process Cooling: Cryogenic cooling for hemp processing, automation for cooling tower maintenance, minimizing white rust on galvanized cooling towers and much more!