ITT and PUB will work together on energy-efficient pumping and secondary treatment, sludge handling and advanced oxidation process development. ITT will also explore the use of Singapore as a base for test-bedding its Flygt N pumps, Sanitaire aeration and WEDECO ultraviolet and ozone treatment systems.
 
“We share Singapore's desire to lead in the areas of energy efficiency and water reuse and believe this collaboration will lead to significant advances in our common areas of interest,” said Gretchen McClain, president of ITT’s Fluid and Motion Control group. “This is an important partnership for ITT. This agreement sets the framework to explore scientific and technological collaboration in areas that are critical for the sustainable growth of Singapore, and growing regions around the world.”