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City of Deming, Affordable Solar install solar systems to power wastewater treatment plant
By CTBR Staff Writer
The City of Deming and US-based clean power firm Affordable Solar have completed the installation of three solar systems across the city.
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European Bank to provide EUR51m for water treatment project in Russia
By CTBR Staff Writer
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will provide a loan worth RUB2.1bn (€51m) for a water treatment project in the East Siberian city of Yakutsk, Russia.
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Fountain Quail to supply water treatment units for oil and natural gas firm in US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Fountain Quail Water Management, a subsidiary of Canada-based Aqua-Pure Ventures, has secured a contract from oil and natural gas firm Pioneer Natural Resources for installation of water treatment units.
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Cleaner Seas wastewater treatment project wins accolade in UK
By CTBR Staff Writer
Southern Water's Cleaner Seas for Sussex project has been awarded the Large Firm Category award for infrastructure projects in the annual Association of Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) awards.
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Bluewater Bio to supply filtration technology system for water treatment in UK
By CTBR Staff Writer
Bluewater Bio International, a UK-based provider of wastewater treatment solutions, has secured a three-year order for a filtration technology system from Anglian Water.
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Siemens to supply WAO system for wastewater treatment in Qatar
By CTBR Staff Writer
Germany-based Siemens Energy will supply Zimpro wet air oxidation (WAO) system for Qatar Petrochemical (QAPCO) – a producer and supplier of ethylene - for wastewater treatment.
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South Korea to provide $29m for wastewater treatment plant in Jordan
By CTBR Staff Writer
South Korea has inked an agreement with the government of Jordan to provide $29m for a wastewater treatment plant project in Amman, Jordan.
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Wastewater treatment plant to be set up in Rhode Island
By CTBR Staff Writer
A $28m wastewater treatment plant is set to come up at Central Landfill in Rhode Island, a state in the US.
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Veolia Water secures €130m contract to develop three water treatment plants in Chile
France-based Veolia Water has secured a €130m engineering, procurement and construction contract from CMPC Group to construct three raw water and wastewater treatment units in Chile.
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Thames Water awards £450m wastewater treatment contract to Costain in UK
By CTBR Staff Writer
Thames Water, a UK-based wastewater treatment solution provider, has awarded a £450m contract to Costain, as part of its Asset Management Period number six (AMP6) investment program.
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IFC approves $820,000 for safe drinking water infrastructure in Haiti
By CTBR Staff Writer
World Bank Group member, International Finance Corporation (IFC), has approved $820,000 for dloHaiti, a water distribution firm in Haiti.
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Turkish firm Mapa to build $1.9bn hydroelectric project in Uganda
By CTBR Staff Writer
Turkish firm Mapa Construction has secured a $1.9bn contract from the Government of Uganda to develop Ayago hydroelectric project with a total installed capacity of 600MW.
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Ridgeline Energy acquires waste water treatment plant in US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Ridgeline Energy Services, a Canadian firm operating in the waste water industry, has completed the acquisition of all the partnership interests in US-based Changing World Technologies (CWT).
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Bioteq sells its share of the Sulf-IX pilot plant to Newalta
By CTBR Staff Writer
Canada-based Bioteq Environmental Technologies has sold its share of the mobile Sulf-IX pilot plant joint asset to its partner Newalta for about C$500,000 ($493,808).
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Alfa Laval to provide PureBallast systems for South Korean shipyard
By CTBR Staff Writer
Alfa Laval, a Swedish provider of heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling solutions, has secured a supply order from a shipyard in South Korea for Alfa Laval PureBallast systems.
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