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Fluence supplies first C-MABR plant in Luoyang City, China
Fluence has almost completed its agreement with Qingshuiyuan Environmental Company to design, build and operate the first commercial, fully packaged, containerised C-MABR plant with a capacity of 300,000 liters/day.
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Algonquin Power to acquire 25% stake in Atlantica Yield
By CTBR Staff Writer
Oakville, Canada-based Algonquin Power & Utilities has partnered with Spanish company Abengoa to form a joint venture company AAGES and acquire 25% stake in Atlantica Yield.
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Enel brings nanotechnology wastewater treatment plant at Wayra 1 wind farm in Peru
By CTBR Staff Writer
Italian energy company Enel’s subsidiary Enel Green Power Peru (EGPP) is bringing its nanotechnology-based wastewater treatment plant at 132MW Wayra 1 wind farm, located in Peru.
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Pennsylvania American Water completes $2.9m wastewater consolidation project in Clarion County
Pennsylvania American Water has completed a project connected the company’s Shippenville sewer mains to its Paint-Elk system and it will improve service reliability while eliminating previous environmental violations at the Shippenville Wastewater Treatment Plant.
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USBR releases draft environmental documents for Widren Water District’s water
The US Bureau of Reclamation has releases draft environmental documents for Widren Water District’s water quality, supply, and Drainage Enhancement Pilot Project in California.
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Stanford University to test Fluence MABR wastewater treatment technology
By CBR Staff Writer
Stanford University in the US state of California has entered into an agreement with Fluence where by the company will install its Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) wastewater treatment technology for testing at the university’s Codiga Resource Recovery Center (CR2C).
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PSE&G inaugurates solar storage project to power wastewater plant in New Jersey
Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) and the Borough of Caldwell, New Jersey have inaugurated a solar storage project which will help running borough's wastewater treatment plant through extended power outage.
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Lower Burdekin Water saves on power bills
Lower Burdekin Water (LBW) in Australia, has reduced its power bill at one one of the pump stations by $20,000 a year after it implemented the findings of an Energy Savers Program audit.
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Queensland government to go ahead with plans to build Burdekin Falls Dam
The Government of Queensland has concluded a feasibility study suggesting that the Burdekin Falls Dam can secure energy and support jobs in the North Queensland region.
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Queensland Government to provide $12.5m funding for water projects
The Palaszczuk Government will invest $12.5m to help funding a vital water project in the Burdekin that could deal with long term salinity problems.
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Perfect Water now registered to secure contracts from Federal Government
Water purification equipment manufacturer Perfect Water Technologies is now registered to conduct business with the federal government by using the System for Award Management (SAM) as a qualified small business.
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USBR starts green river water exchange negotiations with Utah
The US Bureau of Reclamation and State of Utah are initiating negotiations for a water exchange contract, which proposes exchanging the state’s assigned Green River water right for use of Colorado River Storage Project water from Flaming Gorge Dam.
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Veolia to operate Ovilléo wastewater treatment plant in France
By CTBR Staff Writer
Veolia has secured a five-year contract worth about €40m to operate Ovilléo wastewater treatment facility for Métropole Européenne de Lille (MEL) in France.
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Murphy wins €25m contract from Irish Water
By CTBR Staff Writer
Murphy has won a €25m contract from Irish Water to design, build, operate and maintain the Staleen and Cavan Hill water treatment works (WTW) in County Louth.
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Central Valley project starts 2018 water year with storage of 8.9 million acre-feet of storage
The Bureau of Reclamation’s Central Valley Project began water year 2018, which runs from Oct. 1, 2017, to Sept. 30, 2018, with 8.9 million acre-feet of water in six key CVP reservoirs.
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