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Teijin & Yixing to collaborate in wastewater treatment

By Gerald Ondrey |

Teijin Ltd. (Tokyo; www.teijin.co.jp) announced today that it has signed a business collaboration agreement with Yixing City Water Works & Construction Investment Co., which manages water supply and sewage systems for the city of Yixing, Jiangsu Province, to co-develop wastewater treatment systems for rural communities. The agreement was formed in cooperation with Membrane-Tec Co., a Japanese manufacturer of membrane filtration units for water treatment. The three parties were brought together through an environmental business support program organized by the city of Osaka to promote collaborative efforts between Japan and Jiangsu Province. The agreement marks the first time that private companies from Japan and China will collaborate to improve wastewater treatment in rural communities. A small pilot system will be tested in the village of Dagang this June, aiming at full-scale operation sometime during fiscal 2010 (ends March 31, 2011). The system incorporates Teijin’s Multi-stage Activated Biological Process (MSABP) wastewater treatment technology and Membrane-Tec’s membrane filtration technology. The city of Yixing began installing drainage pipes from homes last December and plans to complete this preparatory…
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