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Xylem Inc to Provide Filtration Technology for Water Treatment Plant in Pennsylvania

 United States: Xylem Inc, a United States based company involved in design, manufacture, and application of engineered technologies for the water and wastewater applications, has announced its deal with a new water treatment plant located in Pennsylvania, USA. The company would provide its ‘Leopold Water Filtration’ technology to the water treatment plant. Construction of water treatment plant would begin in the last quarter of 2016 and the upgraded water treatment system is expected to be operational by 2018.

The new plant would have would have water treatment capacity of 15-gallon water per day. The plant would cater the demand for clean and safe water generated from the population residing in Beaver County, Butler County and Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The upgraded water treatment system would work efficiently to remove total suspended solid, turbidity and total organic carbon from Ohio river water.

TechSci Research depicts that the upgradation of water filtration technology would ensure clean and healthy water distribution in the region. Additionally, ‘Leopold Water Filtration’ technology of Xylem would gain popularity in the United States due to its ability to deliver clean water at optimal level and at competitive operational cost.

According to the recently published report by TechSci Research, “US Mobile Water Treatment Services Market By End User (Energy and Power; Oil and Gas; Pharmaceutical; Pulp and Paper; Chemical Processing; Mining and Mineral Processing; and Others), Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2011-2021”,the United States mobile water treatment services market is forecast to cross US$ 550 million by 2021. In 2015, energy & power sector dominated the US mobile water treatment services market, and the segment is anticipated to maintain its dominance over the next five years as well. Huge demand for mobile water treatment services emanates from power plants during the set-up of a new plant, repair due to plant ageing, planned or emergency outages, augmentation of existing water plants, etc.

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