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Johnson Matthey purchases Miox; Pall launches mobile water treatment business; WSP agrees to buy Schlumberger's industrial water business; Evoqua signs pact for wastewater treatment solutions

Compiled by Mike Henley 

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Miox purchase expands Johnson Matthey’s water business footprint

LONDON—Johnson Matthey has grown its presence in the industrial water business through its April purchase of Miox Corp., a maker of an electrochemical disinfection technology... 

SEMI data shows flat sales growth for April

SAN JOSE, CA—Microelectronics industry data signaled mixed results for April and May. Data from the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) showed that on a year-to-year basis that sales were down 6.2%, a change from $27.6 billion in April 2015 to $25.8 billion. On a month-to-month comparison, sales were down 1% between March and April...

Pall launches mobile water treatment business

Cortland, NY—Pall Corp., a unit of Danaher Corp., now offers a new line of mobile water treatment systems for municipal and industrial applications. The mobile service includes low-pressure microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) membrane systems, and reverse osmosis (RO) equipment...

WSP agrees to buy Schlumberger's industrial water business

MONTREAL, QUEBEC—WSP Global Inc. has agreed to buy Schlumberger’s industrial water consulting business for an unreported amount. The deal, which will be paid from WSP’s available cash, is expected to be completed during the third quarter of this year, WSP said...

Evoqua signs pact for wastewater treatment solutions at Jacksonville NAS

PITTSBURGH—Evoqua Water Technologies has received a five-year contract to provide wastewater treatment solutions to the Jacksonville Naval Air Station (NAS). The pact provides for system design, installation, and custom services to treat the Jacksonville NAS industrial wastewaters to remove inorganics and metals using wastewater ion-exchange (WWIX)...

Firms partner to start water technology demonstration hub in Texas

AUSTIN, TX—Fathom Water Management Inc. is partnering with Accelerate H2O and the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) to form the Innovative Water Technology Demonstration Hub for Data and Instrument Integration. The aim of the new hub will be to support the development of new innovations in the water industry and help bring them to market, Fathom and ATI said...

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Evoqua Water Technologies

Evoqua Water Technologies said James Irwin has been named vice president of strategy and corporate development. In this newly created position, Mr. Irwin will lead Evoqua’s acquisition activities. He will also work with the company businesses on further developing and implementing their growth strategies as part of Evoqua’s plan to double the reach of its business over the next five years...

Asahi/America, Inc.

Anthony Hernandez has joined the sales team at Asahi/America, Inc. He will represent the company in eastern Pennsylvania, Long Island, New York City, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, northern Virginia, and Washington, DC. He has almost a decade of experience in the thermoplastics industry...  

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