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Thermax Signs Technology Agreements with GE and Wehrle Umwelt for Wastewater Treatment

5:24 AM MDT | July 22, 2009 | Deepti Ramesh

Energy and environment management company Thermax (Pune, India) says it has signed technology agreements with GE Water & Process Technologies (Trevose, PA), and Wehrle Umwelt (Emmendingen, Germany), a supplier of membrane bioreactors (MBR), for wastewater treatment. Thermax and Wehrle Umwelt have signed a technology agreement for treatment of hard-to-treat industrial effluents, which are ‘highly loaded’ in terms of biological and chemical oxygen demand in water bodies. This technology tie up will supply manufacturers of pharmaceuticals and bulk...

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