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Veolia Hosts Educational Seminar on Improving Water Resource Management for Leading Food & Beverage Manufacturers

06/22/2017 - Charlotte, NC

Veolia Water Technologies, a global leader in water and wastewater treatment, hosted an educational event on June 7, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The purpose of the event was to support the food and beverage manufacturing community by increasing awareness related to water resource management and environmental compliance. 

Veolia’s MVR salt crystallization system chosen by China Salt

06/20/2017

Veolia Water Technologies’ well-proven crystallization system will be used to process un-treated sodium chloride feed brine, producing 800,000 tons per annum of 99.85%, or better, NaCl. This food grade salt produced from the sodium chloride brine will then be sold all over China as everyday table salt and so has to comply with the cleanliness and hygiene standards of the industry.

Ensuring Cleanest Effluent Possible in the Northernmost Channel of the Alaskan Matanuska River

05/22/2017 - Palmer, AK USA

AnoxKaldnes MBBR is a very effective nitrification solution that is easy to operate and control, and is a high performance technology as a cold weather application. Veolia’s design was built for expansion so the plant can increase future capacity as needed with ease and cost efficiency.

Veolia Awards 6th Annual Veolia Water Technologies Scholarship at SME

03/20/2017 - Denver, CO

Veolia Water Technologies sponsored a $2,000 scholarship at the Society of Mining, Metallurgy, & Exploration (SME) 2017 Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Denver, Colorado. One specific criterion for the Veolia scholarship was that the applicants show an interest in pursuing a career in water-related matters within the mining industry. 

Antero & Veolia Donate Nearly $73,000 to Improve Hughes River Water Monitoring

02/27/2017 - Bridgeport, WV

Today, Antero Resources and its partner in the Antero Clearwater advanced treatment facility, Veolia Water Technologies, donated $72,640 to the Hughes River Water Board to fund the purchase, operation and maintenance of a new monitoring system at its Ritchie County water intake and treatment facility.

Delivering Nitrogen Removal Capabilities to Peirce Island, NH

11/18/2016 - Portsmouth, NH

By installing BIOSTYR® Biologically Active Filter (BAF) system to remove BOD and Total Nitrogen (TN), the plant will be able to meet strict EPA mandates for future TN discharge into the Piscataqua River.

By sea or by air: Kruger to provide BioCon™ Thermal Dryer to Juneau, Alaska

11/09/2016 - Juneau, AK USA

Veolia will provide one BioCon™ Thermal Dryer, including wet cake storage and pumping, product conveyance, product handling and a motor control center (MCC) to the Mendenhall WWTF. The City of Juneau has entrusted Veolia with this logistically challenging project as there are no roads connecting Juneau to the rest of North America.

Veolia Water Technologies’ HPD® evaporation technology and Multiflo™ softening process chosen for Dow Pittsburg facility in California

11/01/2016

The Dow Chemical Company has awarded Veolia Water Technologies a contract for a total overhaul of the process water treatment plant at Dow’s Pittsburg Operations facility in California. The technologies chosen were Veolia’s proprietary Multiflo™ for softening and HPD® MVR Evaporators.  

Kruger Starts Up a Cutting-Edge Water Treatment Plant to Provide Drinking Water in Colorado

10/16/2016 - Parker, CO USA

Kruger Inc., the Veolia business unit that specializes in municipal water and wastewater treatment solutions in the United States, recently started up a ground-breaking treatment process at the Rueter-Hess Water Purification Facility in Colorado. The Kruger Opaline process is the first of its kind and part of a drinking water treatment expansion for the Parker Water and Sanitation District (PWSD). The drinking water plant utilizes ACTIFLO® Turbo, ACTIFLO® CARB, and Kruger Ceramic Membranes (KCM) to produce potable drinking water for PWSD’s customers.

Veolia to provide wastewater treatment system for LACC ethane cracker and Lotte MEG plant

08/17/2016

CB&I has chosen Veolia Water Technologies to engineer and procure a wastewater treatment package for a 1,000-kta Lotte Axiall Chemical Company (LACC) ethane cracker and associated monoethylene glycol (MEG) plant being constructed in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

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