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Water: Week in Review

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With all the attention that the Oil and Gas sector has so far received for its lavish use and disposal of water, it was only a matter of time before we saw companies respond with new products and partnerships to address problems.  While we’ve already begun to notice this trend in the past year, this week in particular stands out given the new products from both OriginOil and Aquatech.  Separately, stormwater management is receiving special attention via new partnerships focused on educating, implementing, and managing stormwater solutions for residences and communities alike.  For details on those products, and other news stories in Water, continue reading below.

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  • A Gold Coast desalination plant that provided safe drinking water to residents of Brisbane during the 2011 floods is now expected
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Water: Week in Review

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It has been an active week for water in India.  With three new projects and Xylem’s entry into the country, India has its hands full.  The country is spreading the love, though, and recently selected PricewaterhouseCoopers to prepare a report of the supply of water to industries in the state.  Details on these stories and others can be found below:

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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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Water utilities have had a big week, with high M&A activity and projects around the world.  In addition, companies like FlowWorks continue to release new products to help utilities do their job more effectively and efficiently.  Read about utilities and other players in this week’s water news below:

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