Today‘s power producers face a multitude of challenges. In addition to maintaining a reliable source of high-quality water, you’re also responsible for finding new ways to reduce costs, increase efficiency and meet an ever-changing list of environmental regulations.
Evoqua Water Technologies has the answers. With over 2,000 installations worldwide, we offer the experience and proven track record you need to grow and adapt. Our innovative and reliable solutions are suitable for all fossil and nuclear power plants and are designed to help you recover and recycle the maximum amount of water possible, while achieving 100% environmental regulatory compliance. From raw water debris removal to wastewater clean up, our experts can handle virtually every water issue a power generating plant will encounter. So whether you need to reduce your water consumption, reclaim or recycle wastewater, eliminate hazardous chemical handling or provide high-purity water for supercritical boilers, we can help you meet each challenge with proven technologies that save time and money.
Evoqua Water Technologies
210 Sixth Avenue, Suite 3300
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Evoqua Water Technologies’ planned IPO and Bell-Ringing to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, November 2, 2017.
Evoqua Water Technologies today announced it will double the capacity to produce its leading range of water treatment products at one of its key production facilities in the United States to meet the growing global demand for its products and services.
Evoqua Water Technologies LLC today announced that Ronald C. Keating has been named Chief Executive Officer, and will be appointed a member of the Board of Directors effective December 1. He joins the company from Contech Engineered Solutions LLC, where he has been President and CEO. At Evoqua, Mr. Keating succeeds Gary Cappeline, Interim CEO and AEA Investors LP Operating Partner.
Evoqua Water Technologies has commercialized its innovative, optimized membrane electrochemical desalination technology for adjustable dissolved solids removal capability with its first OEM agreement.
Evoqua Water Technologies and Texas A&M AgriLife Research have signed an exclusive license agreement and a research and development agreement to continue to develop and commercialize a chemical-based technology to more efficiently and cost-effectively remove heavy metals from water and wastewater at power utility, mining, refinery and remediation sites.
The Asian power industry is currently experiencing a significant increase in power plant construction. India, for example, has planned to add more than 100,000 megawatts of capacity in the next five years.
Evoqua Water Technologies in India has secured a contract to provide a water treatment system for Torrent Power Limited’s 382.5 megawatt UNOSUGEN gas-based combined cycle power plant in Surat, district Gujarat, India.