Why water for life?

Water for Life USA water Ionizer

Thousands of people every year are diagnosed with cancer. Those that are not are touched in some way by this disease, whether it is a neighbor, a co-worker, a friend, or a loved one. Every day 1500 lives are taken by cancer. Although many people are diagnosed with cancer, few know what the cause of […]

Siemens Water Technologies has developed a coconut shell-based carbon for drinking water treatment

AquaCarb 1240CAT, which Siemens says is superior to the catalytic carbon used in water treatment, can provide improved results in water quality targets for chloramine, hydrogen sulphide (H2S), and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) removal. The coconut shell base provides a higher adsorption capacity with extensive micropore structure for volatile organic compounds (VOCs), lower ash content and […]

new insights into ensuring access to safe drinking water in the developing world

The companies will be supporting the improvement, refinement and implementation of the award-winning projects, which received national titles in the 2010 Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition. With the support of ITT, Black & Veatch and Water For People, the national winners from Ghana and the Netherlands will be able to implement their projects, both of […]

recent installation of a series of odour control system solutions at sites in the USA

The recent installation of a series of odour control system solutions at sites in the USA, Europe and Asia has brought the company to the 600 benchmark. Bord na Mona’s Monafil process uses a naturally occurring highly stable media, which can be installed to 3 m in height and has typical life-spans of 5-8 years. […]

36,000 Dow Filmtec RO elements are helping to convert 250000 m cub of seawater per day into potable water

Approximately 36,000 Dow Filmtec RO elements are helping to convert 250,000 m³ of seawater per day into potable water, providing 15% of Sydney’s water supply needs. The energy demand of the Sydney plant is offset by wind-generated electricity and uses advanced water treatment technologies to reduce energy consumption. Ian Barbour, general manager, Dow Water & […]

Bluewater Bio secures first sales of its HYBACS process in South Africa

The HYBACS (Hybrid Bacillus Activated Sludge) process will be used in the first phase extension of the Botleng sewage treatment plant in a licensing agreement with Headstream Water. Two of Bluewater Bio’s SMART (Shaft Mounted Advanced Reactor Technology) units, which drive the HYBACS process, will also be installed. The plant extension has been designed to […]