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GE named 2010 WateReuse equipment manufacturer.

Recognized for its commitment and contributions to the water reuse and desalination industry, GE recently received the WateReuse Association's 2010 WateReuse Equipment/Manufacturer Award.

GE representatives accepted the award at a luncheon at the Omni Shoreham Motel in Washington. D.C., during the association's Annual WateReuse Symposium. The award acknowledges the outstanding commitment, performance and application by a specialty-equipment product or manufacturer.

GE is a leading global supplier of water treatment, wastewater treatment and process systems solutions. The company provides proven technologies and solutions for water treatment and reuse and continues to invest heavily to enhance current products and to develop new, even more advanced technologies.

GE technology is designed to optimize total water/process system performance, safeguard customer assets from corrosion, fouling and scaling and protect the environment through water and energy conservation. GE also offers a diverse selection of technologies for the global water treatment industry ranging from desalination to cooling water solutions, mobile water to petrochemical solutions and water recovery to boiler water solutions.

Among GE's leading offerings is ZeeWeed ultrafiltration technology, which separates particles, bacteria and viruses from water or wastewater. Nearly 1.000 plants worldwide use this technology to produce superior quality drinking water and to meet or exceed stringent wastewater treatment and water reuse standards.

GE also provides technologies and services for water reuse and desalination including fillers and membranes and chemicals for seawater and brackish water; electrodialysis reversal technology for the recovery and reuse of saline water; reverse osmosis desalination systems; and build-own-operate service offerings.
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Date:Jan 1, 2011
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