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Water: Week in Review

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Two interesting partnerships were announced this week – Oakmall & Doosan and Enzen & Ciel et Terre.  Both partnerships seek to explore the use of solar technologies in water treatment projects.  Read more on these stories and others below:

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Water: Week in Review

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While a slower week for projects and new product introductions, we saw a lot of partnership activity in the Water & Wastewater space.  An interesting one is Xylem’s agreement to become GE’s distribution partner for its advanced membrane filtration products.  The companies plan to expand the relationship further into Europe, Asia and Latin America at a future date.  For more on this story and others, continue reading:

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Water: Week in Review

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This week we saw a host of activity all around the water world.  For details on what companies like Bluewater Bio, MWH Americas, and Pentair are up to, read the stories below:

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  • Aqua America and Penn Virginia Resource Partners (PVR) have formed a joint venture, Aqua-PVR Water, to construct and operate a private

Water: Week in Review

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M&A/ Partnerships

  • TEE International acquires GETCO, one of the largest wastewater treatment companies in Thailand, for about $7.8 million (S$9.7 million).  TEE International said that the acquisition is a strategic move that allows the group to gain cutting edge expertise and extend its footprint into the waste water treatment business in Thailand and the South East Asian region via the engineering segment.
    http://singaporebusiness.asia/tee-international-acquires-thai-based-getco/

Projects

  • Israel’s Amiad will provide its proprietary SpinKlin Disc Filters for the Aquapolo tertiary wastewater treatment project