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Flatiron wins EBMUD Orinda Water Treatment Project

Flatiron has been awarded the Orinda Water Treatment Plant Disinfection and Chemical Systems Safety Improvements Project in Orinda, California. This project is a part of the Water Treatment and Transmission Improvements Program for East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD).

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Pursuing Carbon Neutrality and Water Security in China

China has promised to become carbon neutral before 2060 and has coupled this ambitious target with stringent limitations on industrial water use by 2030. An international team of IIASA researchers and Chinese colleagues explored the effects of simultaneously pursuing these goals.

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Flatiron wins California Infrastructure Projects

Flatiron has been selected by the City of San Diego to construct the Morena Pump Station, a key component of the city’s bold Pure Water San Diego Program. The design-bid-build project, valued at $110 million, is slated to begin in June 2021 and complete in 2025.

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Hatch integrates Hydromantis into its Water Group

Evolving and emerging client challenges need proactive responses. Hatch, a leading enabler of water digital transformations, announces its integration with Hydromantis, the supplier of choice for innovative water resources recovery and water management software solutions

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Metso Outotec helps rebuild Beirut Explosion Area

Metso Outotec supports the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) emergency program in Beirut, Lebanon, in collaboration with UNICEF Finland, by donating equipment which will be used in the reconstruction of the disaster area in order to secure clean water, sanitation and healthier living conditions for thousands of children and families. The donated equipment is expected to arrive in Beirut in December 2020.

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Gisera examines Hydraulic Fracturing Impacts on Air Quality, Soils, Groundwater and Waterways

A comprehensive three-year scientific study into the air, water and soil impacts of hydraulic fracturing in Queensland has found little to no impacts on air quality, soils, groundwater and waterways.

The study also found current water treatment technology used for treating water produced from coal seam gas wells is effective in removing hydraulic fracturing chemicals and naturally occurring (geogenic) chemicals to within relevant water quality guidelines.

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