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GE-Statoil Challenge

Meet the Technologies GE, Statoil Say Will Revolutionize Oil & Gas Water Management

The latest technologies poised to reduce water usage in onshore oil and gas production, according to General Electric and Statoil, include a water treatment via a nano-sponge, ice crystals and an evaporator tornado, as well as high-powered laser beams that make pipes super water repellent. Managing water is one of … Read more »

Desalitech Water System

Desalitech System Boosts Paper Manufacturer’s Water Recovery

Doubletree Paper Mills’ new integrated water treatment system, supplied by Desalitech, has increased the paper manufacturer’s water production capacity by 100 percent, to 400 gallons per minute, while also reducing wasterwater production and energy use. Doubletree previously treated groundwater pumped from a well to the plant with a conventional reverse … Read more »

2014 Corporate Water Investment Up Over Second Half of 2013

2014 Corporate Water Investment Up Over Second Half of 2013

Corporate investment in water and wastewater was up by 53 percent during the first half of 2014 compared to the second half of 2013, according to the Cleantech Group. However, water and wastewater is still a relatively small portion of venture and corporate investment compared to areas such as energy … Read more »

marijuana plant

Medical Pot Center Cuts Water Use with Desalitech System

A licensed medical marijuana center in Colorado will improve the operational efficiency and environmental sustainability of its grow operations by using Desalitech water treatment technology. Kind Love, based in Denver, will install a Desalitech closed circuit desalination (CCD) reverse osmosis (RO) system, which will produce up to 22,000 gallons of … Read more »

Desalitech and Toyo Bring Water Treatment Asian Markets

Desalitech and Japan-based Toyo Engineering Corporation have formed a strategic partnership to introduce environmentally responsible and economical water and wastewater treatment systems to Japanese, East Asian and international markets. The partnership agreement was signed in Tokyo as part of Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick’s Massachusetts – Asia Innovation Partnership Mission. The … Read more »

Newalta and DuPont

Contract Wins: DuPont, Newalta, Desalitech, Amyris, Xylem

Newalta and DuPont Canada have signed a development agreement to test a water processing technology in the Alberta oil and gas industry. The technology removes solids from water and facilitates a higher level of water re-use for customers at their sites, the companies say. Desalitech will supply an advanced wastewater … Read more »

Global Cleantech 100

Top 100 Global Cleantech Firms Named

LanzaTech, RecycleBank, ChargePoint and Desalitech are among the companies to make the most recent Global Cleantech 100 list and report. The fifth annual list, compiled by Cleantech Group, recognizes the companies most likely to have a significant market impact over the next five to 10 years, according to the global … Read more »

Red Sea manufacturing plant

Desalitech Water Treatment Cuts Manufacturing Plant’s Costs

Desalitech says its water treatment system — located at the Dead Sea Works chemical plant in Israel — has cost and wastewater disposal advantage that can benefit manufacturing plants worldwide. The company today said that Environmental Protection Technologies (EPT) of Israel will increase the production rate of its reverse osmosis … Read more »

Contract Wins: Desalitech, National Parks, Chevin Fleet, Itron

Technology company Itron is to provide its automated water metering products to the Las Vegas Valley Water District and the City of San Diego’s Public Utilities Department. In Las Vegas, the contract includes nearly 400,000 Itron water communication modules for residential and commercial customers as well as Itron’s mobile collection system, field collection system software and overall project … Read more »

Ten Firms to Watch in 2013

Alternative fuels firm Beta Renewables, carbon fiber recyling company Materials Innovation Technologies and oil exploration firm N-Solv have been named as three of Lux Research’s 10 companies to watch in 2013. To catch players on the rise, emerging technology research firm Lux Research scouts for technology developers, profiling 1,380 companies … Read more »

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