Industry News - November 2021

SUEZ introduces new PFAS testing in Texas

SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions announced the expansion of its PFAS service offerings in Tomball, Texas. With a new capability to analyze water samples for ultra-low, trace levels of PFAS, SUEZ can identify the specific types of PFAS present in customers’ water, then create a customized treatment plan to best remediate the contamination. SUEZ’s lab uses the same advanced testing equipment and processes as certified PFAS testing labs, providing a cost effective, efficient and convenient testing option.

Little Giant celebrating 80th anniversary in 2021

Franklin Electric brand Little Giant is celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2021. The company is marking the occasion with a series of initiatives planned throughout the year, including a revitalized brand look.

Flowrox sells valve and pump business to Neles

Flowrox sold its valve and pump businesses to Neles, a Finnish manufacturer of industrial valves. The deal also includes the Flowrox brand. Flowrox’s industrial automation, environmental technologies and filter business are excluded from the acquisition and will continue under a new, later to be announced name and brand. With the transaction, approximately half of Flowrox’s personnel will transfer to Neles. 

Next Filtration Technologies and Argonide join forces

Next Filtration Technologies has partnered with Argonide Corp. to provide a new microbiological removal system. In conjunction with Next’s Scale Stop Template Assisted Crystallisation water treatment units, Argonide’s advanced filtration technology will provide a microbiological treatment that also removes scale and hardness.

Endress+Hauser names new service provider for Pacific Northwest

Field Instruments and Controls will be Endress+Hauser’s authorized service provider for Oregon, Washington and the Idaho panhandle. The company, formed in 1987 and based out of Woodland, Washington, has been an Endress+Hauser sales representative for the past 12 years.

Grundfos installs solar panels at its Ontario facility

Grundfos announced it installed a new solar panel system at its Oakville, Ontario, facility. In a release, the company stated the system was installed as part of its Global Strategy 2025 to reduce Grundfos’ water consumption and CO2 emissions by 50%.   


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