Tag: water

UK water regulations

Under the Water Industry Acts of 1989 and 1991, the UK government has power to regulate the substances, products and processes used in the treatment and provision of public water supplies.

Algerian desalination

Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. has landed an order to supply, jointly with trading house Itochu Corp., a large power and desalination plant to Algeria's Kahrama SpA.

US coal plant

ALSTOM has been awarded a contract valued at more than EUR 162 million by Santee Cooper, South Carolina's state-owned electric and water utility.

Super duplex pump

The Port Klang Power Station in Malaysia routinely faced "unacceptable" costs associated with downtime on their existing pumps.

Stainless air treatment increases flow

A new range of air preparation equipment from Midland Pneumatic has been developed to give higher flow rates and more precise control of air pressure and flow in arduous environments such as food, water processing and petrochemical applications.

Honeywell Ultravalve used in UK water mains

New UK water regulations now allow the use of Honeywell RPZ assembly Ultravalve (made of all stainless steel) in water mains where, originally, break tanks may have been used to provide an air gap.

Ondeo Services wins contract in Java

Ondeo Services (Suez) has won a 25 year concession contract for the production and distribution of drinking water to the Ciputat, Pamulang and Pondok Aren districts of Tangerang, a region that borders Jakarta.

UAE water project

Technip, in partnership with Abu Dhabi-based Al Jaber Energy Services, has been awarded by the UAE Offsets Group (UOG) the "transmission package" of the Fujairah desalination, power plant and pipeline project in the United Arab Emirates.

Fuel cells power Los Angeles

International Fuel Cells, a unit of United Technologies Corp., has announced the sale of a PC25 fuel cell system to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP).