MILAN, Italy —February 13, 2020 – De Nora, multinational leader of electrochemical technologies and water treatment solutions, today announces that they have combined product management of their SORB™ inorganic contaminant removal technologies, including arsenic and nitrate removal, with the company’s UAT™ membrane filtration technologies. Combining technologies under the same leadership reflects the company’s commitment to addressing the rising concern of increasingly contaminated water sources in a way that best serves its customers with effective pre- to post-treatment solutions.
“We currently have a broad spectrum of pioneering and innovative water treatment technologies in our portfolio,” commented Stanley Shmia, product technology manager, De Nora Water Technologies, Inc. “This organizational change better positions us to fully leverage these technologies as our customers’ water challenges become more and more complex.”
Worldwide, the need to convert contaminated water sources to usable water is growing. National Geographic reports that, “according to the United Nations, water use has grown at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century. By 2025, an estimated 1.8 billion people will live in areas plagued by water scarcity, with two-thirds of the world's population living in water-stressed regions as a result of use, growth, and climate change.”
With over two decades of demonstrated effectiveness, De Nora SORB adsorption and ion exchange systems can help solve these environmental, regulatory, and public health water treatment challenges and is a best available technology (BAT) for many contaminants of concern. UAT™ reverse osmosis membrane filtration systems use high-quality components to meet any tap, brackish or seawater application need. The skid-mounted membrane filtration systems are engineered to effectively produce treated water, free of particulate matter or contaminants. Combining these technologies under the same leadership will streamline De Nora technologies to meet today’s mounting contaminated water crisis.
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