Intel, Coors cite reduced water use at conference, Evoqua launches advanced UPW technology facility, SUEZ gains $30 million contract
Compiled by Mike Henley
Evoqua opens center specific to UPW needs the microelectronics industry faces
ROCKFORD, IL—Evoqua Water Technologies has opened a new validation, testing, and demonstration facility for the microelectronics industry’s high-purity water technology needs at the company’s center of excellence...
Mumbai expected to require treating sewage water for industrial plants
MUMBAI, India—The state government here is expected to introduce a new rule to require all the corporations of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to treat sewage water for industrial use, The Times of India said...
SUEZ gains $30 million contract
PARAMUS, NJ—SUEZ has received a 10-year contract from Putnam, CT, to oversee the town’s 7.6 million gallons per day (mgd) wastewater treatment facility, wastewater collection system, sewage pump stations, and 28.6 miles of sewer main...
Intel, Coors cite reduced water use at conference
PHOENIX—A semiconductor plant and a beer producer both say they have reduced their water use through changes in their treatment approaches, the Arizona Daily Star reported...
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