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City of Lancaster signs contract for Itron’s smart water solution By CTBR Staff Writer
American technology firm Itron has secured a contract to help enhance water efficiency in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
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American States Water secures contract to provide water, wastewater services at Eglin Air Force Base By CTBR Staff Writer
American States Water Company announced that its American States Utility Services has won a 50-year contract by the U.S. government to operate, maintain, and provide construction management services for the water and wastewater systems at Eglin Air Force Base located in Florida.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News Mitsubishi Electric, Sembcorp to test Ozone backwashing energy-saving membrane bioreactor By CTBR Staff Writer
Mitsubishi Electric said that it will partner with Sembcorp Industries to test its Ozone Backwashing Energy-Saving Membrane Bioreactor (Eco-MBR), a new technology for low-energy wastewater treatment and water recycling.
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Evoqua Water Technologies acquires VAF Filtration Systems
By CTBR Staff Writer
Evoqua Water Technologies and its Neptune Benson business have acquired VAF Filtration Systems.
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Anglian Water selects Arqiva to deliver smart water metering fixed network trial
By CTBR Staff Writer
UK-based Anglian Water has selected Arqiva to deliver and oversee a smart water metering fixed network trial.
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ADB approves $150m loan to improve water resource management in Qihe River Basin, China
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $150m loan for a project which intends to restore degraded ecosystems and enhance water resource management in Qihe River Basin in China.
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Veolia extends water treatment contract with Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District
By CTBR Staff Writer
Veolia has secured contract extension to continue to manage the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District's (MMSD) wastewater collection and treatment facilities.
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Sensus technology deployed in Fountain Valley reduces water usage by 20%
By CTBR Staff Writer
The City of Fountain Valley in California is beating its water reduction goal with Sensus technology.
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West Virginia American Water responds to operational impacts of flooding
By CTBR Staff Writer
West Virginia American Water is responding to damage caused by floodwaters and isolated water outages.
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ADB approves $275m loan for water efficiency improvements in Dhaka
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a new $275m loan for water efficiency enhancements in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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Beijing Capital secures ADB loan to upgrade wastewater services in western region of China
By CTBR Staff Writer
Beijing Capital will secure a $300m equivalent loan facility from the Asian Development of Bank (ADB) to upgrade wastewater services in the western region of China.
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Provo Water selects Itron to improve water efficiency in Turks and Caicos
By CTBR Staff Writer
Provo Water Company has selected Itron to upgrade its water metering system in Turks and Caicos island of Providenciales.
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Deodoro wastewater plant opens in Brazil in time for Rio Olympics
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Deodoro wastewater treatment plant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has opened in time for the 2016 Olympic Games, which are scheduled to be held in August.
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