BlueTech Tracker innovative emerging water technology News May 2011

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BlueTech Tracker innovative emerging water technology News May 2011

  1. 1. 04/05/2011 18:49:00←.←←Unilever and Singer launch Pureit←Unilever and Singer, two Bangladeshi consumers have partnered toproduce a new product – Pureit – which treats water as safely as boiling itbut without any boiling, or even gas or electricity.←http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/more.php?news_id=134135&date=2011-04-29←←Veolia to design, build, and operate new state-of-the-art “ZeroLiquid Discharge” system to treat mine wastewater←The system will be able to handle the high volume, complex wastewatercoming from several mines in West Virginia.←http://www.waterworld.com/index/display/article-display/7304282789/articles/waterworld/industrial-water/wastewater/2011/04/Zero-liquid-discharge-for-mine-wastewater.html?cmpid=EnlWaterWorldIndustrialApril262011←←Significant growth in activated carbon market projected←A new report by Global Industry Analysis states that the global market foractivated carbon will grow to as much as 2.3 million tons by 2017. Theprojected growth is based on increasing environmental regulation in Westerncountries but with a focus likely to shift to developing countries.←http://www.waterworld.com/index/display/article-display/4906899148/articles/waterworld/drinking-water/treatment/2011/04/Global-activated-carbon-market.html?cmpid=EnlWaterWorldCISCRMApril21201←←←Danfoss Socla aquired by Watts Water←Watts Water Technologies Inc of America has completed its acquisition ofDanfoss Socla of France – a manufacturer of water protection valves andcontrol solutions. The purchase approximate cost of the acquisition was$175.7M. Danfoss Socla will bring to Watts Water a strong European positionas well as strength in residential and commercial flow control, HVAC andgas, and drains.
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