Lack of fresh water supply is becoming a challenge for many pulp and paper producers across the globe, which emphasizes the need of water saving and water treatment equipment. Re-using and/or recycling process effluent is today a must for most companies. Valmet and Flootech have on May 23, 2024, signed a partnership agreement to further enhance collaboration in providing advanced water treatment solutions.

Sustainable development of the built world includes the protection of water, reduced emissions, renewable energy sources and their efficient utilisation. Experts from the sanitation, heating and air-conditioning sector will be presenting solutions for sustainable and modern building services technology that can make this possible at ISH from 17 to 21 March 2025. An initial interim summary shows: over 2,000 exhibitors are planning to take part and the complete spectrum of products and services will be structured according to thematic solution fields in 2025.

The floods that rocked the UAE in April 2024 served as a reminder to how urban engineering is failing a major test in climate change. In an era, where extreme weather events are more likely to occur frequently, it is more apparent now that no matter how big and modern urban expansions get, major cities still do not have sufficient spaces for an overflow of water to go to.

SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, announced today that FE Tooling selected ULTEM™ resin to manufacture structural components used in PEMWE applications. The Chinese manufacturer chose ULTEM resin for the membrane electrode assembly (MEA) support film, bipolar plate frames and insulation boards because of its excellent properties, such as compressive strength, creep resistance, high modulus, hydro-stability in acids and low ion leaching. ULTEM resin can facilitate assembly and help enable reliable and safe long-term operation of the PEMWE system.

Beginning of this year, the construction work on the wastewater treatment plant at the Koehler Paper site in Kehl was finally concluded after 18 months. The plant needed to be expanded due to the construction and commissioning of Production Line 8 in 2019, which resulted in an increase in wastewater volume.

Through the acquisition of Canadian company Real Tech, ABB expands its strong presence in the water segment and complements its portfolio with optical sensor technology critical for the age of smart water
Real Tech is a market leader in real-time water quality monitoring and testing with more than 10,000 installed solutions in municipal water and wastewater, and other industries around the world

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