Media Coverage

August 1, 2017  |  Gerald Ondrey  |  

Chementator briefs

IDE’s desalination technology is said to be the world’s first to reach the stringent boron concentration level of 0.01 parts-per-million (ppm) at the sc ...

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10 July 2017  |  Water & Wastewater Asia  |  

IDE Technologies selected by Formosa Petrochemical Corporation to build and operate SWRO desalination plant

Global leader in water treatment solutions technology, IDE Technologies, recently announced that it had been commissioned by Formosa Petrochemical Corporati ...

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5 July 2017  |  HIMANSHU GOENKA  |  

Water Scarcity: Global Shortages Drive Innovation Even As Crisis Continues

Over 2.7 billion people, or 40 percent of the world’s population, don’t have enough of it, and there are dire predictions that looming shortages and dwi ...

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June 28, 2017  |  Tom Freyberg,Chief Editor, WWi magazine  |  


KADIMA, Israel – Taiwanese oil company Formosa Petrochemical Corporation (FPCC) has commissioned IDE Technologies to deliver a 105,000 m³/day seawater re ...

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15 May 2017  |  Formosa Petrochemical Corp. commissions IDE Technologies for the project  |  

Taiwan Company Builds SWRO Desalination Plant

DE Technologies announced that it has been commissioned by Formosa Petrochemical Corp. (FPCC), which is engaged in the refining and distribution of oil pro ...

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15 May 2017  |  Ferry Biedermann, special to  |  

10 Israeli high-tech areas making waves

Israel, a relatively dry country, is a leader in water treatment and desalination. ...

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May 08, 2017  |  Water & Wastes Digest  |  



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February 14, 2017  |  CLIMATE & WEATHER | MANAGEMENT & SUPPLY   |  

How California’s South Coast Is Still Coping With Severe Drought


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January 16, 2016  |  Urban Water Security  |  

The Solution to California’s Droughts Could Be Drinking Seawater

How does ​California ​tackle a five-​year-long ​drought? By ​turning ​seawater into ​the kind you ​can drink. ​ ...

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