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Water & Wastewater news, August 2011

Godwin Pumps delivered more than 350 Dri-Prime pumps from eight East Coast branches in support of municipal, industrial and recreational flood relief appli

 

A Thames Water sewage treatment works in London was experiencing too much downtime due to maintenance. A new pump was needed which could improve efficiency

 

Water movement, treatment and testing specialist, ITT Corporation, recently underwent a reorganisation. ITT has appointed new executives to global position

 

Australian pump manufacturer Brumby Pumps says its versatile airlift pump design has been successful in meeting the demands of leachate pumping in landfill

 

Markos Tambakeras will serve as non-executive chairman of the board of Xylem, the water technology business that ITT will spin off later this year.

 

US private equity firm Windjammer Capital Investors has acquired the operations of wastewater treatment equipment company JWC Environmental from Joseph Cha

 

Retractable handle allows easier installation of manual toilets in confined areas.

 

Bürkert has developed a basic, lower cost version of its full bore magmeter flowmeter electronics

 

The German pump company Wilo SE has donated two water pumps for a “Water for the Massai” project in North Tanzania.

 

With the severe drought in East Africa, the Grundfos Water2Life programme is supplying water to more people than usual in Kenya.

 

Japanese pump maker Torishima Pump Mfg Ltd delivered a 7.2% increase in net sales during the first quarter of fiscal 2011 to ¥10 702 million, despite the n

 

German pump and valve manufacturer KSB is supplying 20 pump sets worth several million euros for a combined wastewater/stormwater pumping station currently

 

Caprari has developed a flushing system for the automatic cleaning of wastewater lifting stations.

 

Gorman-Rupp Co executives rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on 28 July 2011 in recognition of the company’s more than 40 years as

 

Swiss engineering giant Sulzer is now a major player in the wastewater pump market having completed the acquisition of Cardo Flow Solutions in a CHF852 mil

 
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