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Water & Wastewater news, March 2009

Sulzer says that it experienced increases in order intake, sales, operating income and cash flow in 2008 but expects a slowdown in 2009.

 

The South African water industry is manifesting a growing demand for peristaltic dosing technology, according to Watson-Marlow Pumps Group, reflecting cont

 

JWC Environmental has launched the latest version of the company’s Channel Monster, designed for grinding and screening in wastewater pump stations.

 

Dakota Instruments has introduced a new line of low-cost injection-moulded flowmeters.

 

In a new agreement, Tapflo AB will have access to CP Pumpen’s range of magnetically driven centrifugal pumps. In return, CP Pumpen will have access to Tapf

 

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