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Spiral Water Filter

Self-Cleaning Water Filter Lowers Water Treatment Costs, Uses Less Energy

Spiral Water Technologies will showcase its self-cleaning water treatment filter, designed to address the challenges of difficult-to-treat waters, at Aquatech Amsterdam. The company says its Spiral Water Automatic Self Cleaning Filter system provides 10 to 100 micron filtration and offers industrial, municipal and marine customers a water treatment system for … Read more »

Nobu Modular Wetland

Stormwater Management Tool Saves Restaurant Millions

A Malibu, California restaurant has saved millions while protecting the environment through smart land use and a water management tool. As Storm Water Solutions reports, the Nobu streetscape integrates a Modular Wetland Systems’ MWS-Linear: a stormwater biofilter that removes pollutants by replicating natural processes. Pollutants include fine total suspended solids, … Read more »

Cooling Tower Filtration Systems Reduce Water Consumption, Maintenance

Cooling tower efficiency can be easily maintained by installing the right filtration system, according to Industrial Water Cooling, which makes industrial water filtration and screening equipment. The company says keeping process-water clean is essential to maximizing the efficiency and performance of an industrial cooling system. Dirty process water clogs cooling tower … Read more »

Whirlpool Launches Refrigerator Water Filter Recycling Program

Whirlpool Launches Refrigerator Water Filter Recycling Program

Whirlpool has launched a recycling initiative that aims to keep used refrigerator water filters out of landfills. Through the company’s Refresh & Recycle water filter recycling program, in partnership with recycling company g2 revolution, filters are transformed into concrete aggregate used to build roads and other concrete structures. Whirlpool recommends … Read more »

Global Demand for Filters to Grow to $80bn

The global demand for filters is expected to increase 6.2 percent annually to $80 billion in 2018, according to a report by The Fredonia Group. Growth is expected to come from developed countries that have supported demand to date, as well as developing countries that are currently investing in their … Read more »

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