Changing climate patterns, population growth pressures and the limited availability of new and inexpensive fresh water supplies are shifting the water industry's attention. In an emerging trend, the world is reaching to the ocean for fresh water. Nikolay Voutchkov from Water Globe Consulting explains recent trends and explains his predictions for the future market.
01 November 2010
This is another in our occasional series of ‘basic' articles. Courtesy of the Waterworks museum in the UK, we present some brief insights into the background and development of desalination pumps. The article gives an overview of reverse osmosis and multi-stage flash process.
08 September 2010
Bryan Orchard discusses the use of tubular casing water feed pumps in KBS's Frankenthal plant, Germany.
18 February 2010
Oil and water shortages are turning attention towards alternative energy sources. Rajindar Singh looks at the potential of fuel cells as an energy source for filtration, especially with water production processes.
18 February 2010
Flora Tong explains the role which ultrafiltration is playing as the city adapts to modern needs and an increased demand for water.
17 February 2010
This article examines ultrafiltration, as a solution to dealing with raw feed water, in Russia's power station water treatment plants.
16 February 2010
This article explores how the reuse of clean water in process industries, and heating and cooling systems, can provide significant water and energy savings.
09 February 2010
With desalination playing an important role in the provision of water, this article looks at the chlorine-based disinfection systems developed by Grundfos.
21 January 2010
Listen and learn about the new BIO-CEL®- Mechanical Cleaning Process developed by MICRODYN-NADIR.
01 September 2009