This was a popular week for joint ventures and partnerships, mostly aimed at expanding market reach. In-Pipe Technology, ENPAR Technologies, and GE all formed separate agreements that should help their technologies reach more consumers around the world. For details on these stories and more, continue reading below:
- In-Pipe Technology has entered a multi-year marketing agreement with PMC BioTec to use PMC’s process technology, equipment and engineering services for the US municipal wastewater treatment market. Under the terms of the agreement, both firms will combine their technologies to dramatically reduce wastewater sludge.
- Kurita Water Industries has signed a joint research agreement with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency to study a new water recycling system. The joint research will conduct a verification test for a future-type water recycling system inside the Japanese experiment module Kibo on the International Space Station.
- ENPAR Technologies has entered a memorandum of understanding with Miahona to develop markets for ENPAR’s range of water treatment technologies in the Middle East. Miahona will identify specific applications and facility locations for ENPAR systems and secure orders for ENPAR’s water treatment technologies.
- STW Resources executed a joint venture agreement with CK Investments Energy Company to commission a