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Water & Wastewater News Archive January - March 2010

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ITT To Provide Desalination Pretreatment for Plant in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

ITT Corporation receives contract to supply a desalination pretreatment system in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The contract was awarded by Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Company, Ltd., the prime contractor for the plant.
24/03/2010  More »

Costain Secures Dwr Cymru Welsh Water AMP 5 Framework

Costain retained as Capital Delivery partner by Dwr Cymru Welsh Water for the Asset Management Programme 5 ("AMP 5") period which begins on 1 April 2010. The 5-year Framework follows on from AMP 4 where Costain successfully delivered the wastewater capital programme in North Wales.
23/03/2010  More »

Jacobs Receives Project Management Contract From Marafiq in Saudi Arabia

Jacobs Engineering receives contract from Marafiq to serve as project management contractor (PMC) for Marafiq's ongoing investment program in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Jacobs is performing the work from its Reading, England, office with support from its personnel in Mumbai, India.
09/03/2010  More »

Saudi Tabreed Appointed by Saudi Aramco to Develop District Cooling System for Dhahran Area

Saudi Tabreed sign an agreement with Saudi Aramco to develop and operate a District Cooling System to cool all the buildings of Saudi Aramco in the Dhahran area. Under the agreement, Saudi Tabreed shall design, construct, finance, own, operate and maintain a centralized cooling plant and a network to supply chilled water to the Saudi Aramco buildings with a cooling capacity of 27,000 Tons Refrigeration.
25/02/2010  More »

EBARA, MC and JGC Agree to Joint-venture in Water Business

EBARA CORPORATION (EBARA), Mitsubishi Corporation (MC), and JGC Corporation (JGC) agree that MC and JGC will each acquire a 33.3% share of EBARA's wholly-owned Ebara Engineering Services Co., Ltd. (EES), thereafter giving the three shareholders equal management of the subsidiary.
24/02/2010  More »

ITT Agrees to Purchase Analytical Instrumentation Leader Nova Analytics

ITT Corporation announces its agreement to purchase Nova Analytics Corporation. Nova Analytics is a privately held, leading manufacturer of premium quality laboratory, field, portable, and on-line analytical instruments used in water and wastewater, environmental, medical, and food and beverage applications.
18/02/2010  More »

Jacobs Acquires Jordan, Jones and Goulding, Inc.

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. acquires Jordan, Jones and Goulding, Inc. a 500-person professional services firm. JJG significantly expands Jacobs position in the North American water and wastewater market, and broadens the Company's strong position in the global aviation, transit, and transportation infrastructure markets.
16/02/2010  More »

Sweco Acquires Water and Environmental Consultancy in Poland

Sweco Acquires Water and Environmental Consultancy in Poland Hydroprojekt Kraków with 35 employees. The acquisition is a first step in Sweco's establishment in Poland.
12/02/2010  More »

ITT Wins Multiple Orders at Little Patuxent Water Reclamation Plant

ITT Corporation awarded multiple orders at the Little Patuxent Water Reclamation Plant in Howard County, Maryland for its Flygt, Leopold, WEDECO and Sanitaire product lines.
10/02/2010  More »

Sweco Wins New Environmental Contract in Russia

Sweco commissioned to modernise St. Petersburg's northern wastewater treatment plant and the project will lead to reduced emissions of phosphorous and nitrogen in the Baltic Sea. Assignment will be carried out by Sweco's environmental consultants in Sweden and Russia.
02/02/2010  More »

British Gas Announces Five Biomethane Demonstration Projects

British Gas to go ahead with five biomethane demonstration projects likely to be the first in the UK to inject green gas into the grid. The announcement follows U.K. Government backing for this emerging technology that confirms support for biomethane to grid from April 2011.
02/02/2010  More »

Thames Water Carrying Out £200million Upgrade at Crossness Sewage Treatment Works in East London, England

Thames Water is carrying out a £200million upgrade at Crossness Sewage Treatment Works in east London. The improvements will enable the site to treat 44 per cent more sewage than it does now, significantly reducing the amount of storm sewage that overflows into the River Thames during heavy rainfall when the site becomes overloaded.
29/01/2010  More »

AMEC Awarded Major Energy Sustainability Agreement by United States Government

AMEC chosen by the United States General Services Administration for blanket purchase agreements on a broad spectrum of energy conservation projects.
25/01/2010  More »

Jacobs and Carollo Selected to be Owner's Advisor of Northern Treatment Plant Program in Denver

Jacobs Engineering Group and Carollo Engineers announced today that they have been selected by The Metro Wastewater Reclamation District to serve as the Owner's Advisor to the Northern Treatment Plant Program.
19/01/2010  More »






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