In a recent event, His Excellency Engineer Abdulrahman Abdulmohsen AlFadley, who serves as the Minister of Environment, Water, and Agriculture in Saudi Arabia, recognized the outstanding achievements of the honorees of the esteemed Global Prize for Innovation in Desalination. Among the accomplished recipients, Syed Shah, representing Aqua Membranes, Inc., received the top prize for his pioneering initiative titled “Transforming Reverse Osmosis with 3-D Printed Spacers.”
Aqua Membranes collaborates with Micron Technology to target operational improvements and reduce power consumption
Semiconductor pilot shows 20 percent energy savings and four-times lower water fouling for piloted membranes ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, Sep. 13, 2023 — Aqua Membranes, a water technology company specializing in sustainable reuse, is sharing preliminary results of an...
Kurita Water Industries Ltd. and Clean Energy Ventures invest in RO optimization technology to improve industrial sustainability ALBUQUERQUE, NM (Sept. 25, 2023) – With a commitment to environmental stewardship, Aqua Membranes has closed a new round of financing from...
Albuquerque, NM: Aqua Membranes, the developer and manufacturer of Printer Spacer Technology® for reverse osmosis (RO) systems. Today we want to announce the appointment of Syed Shah as Chief Operating Officer (COO). Syed A. Shah is an accomplished operational expert...
Environmental Business Journal: Aqua Membranes Makes Reverse Osmosis More Efficient with Patented Printed Spacer Technology
Aqua Membranes, Inc. (Albuquerque, N.M.) is a water technology company that produces spiral wound membrane elements utilizing patented Printed Spacer Technology® to print directly on the membrane surface…
Aqua Membranes supplied new BWRO elements with Printed Spacer Technology to replace the conventional mesh elements the site had been running.
Aqua Membranes’ CEO Craig Beckman sat down with Abby Davey of H20 Global News to talk about our innovative approach to water reuse.
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While reverse osmosis (RO) has changed over the decades, the one thing that hasn’t changed is the feed water spacer material which separates the membrane layers.
Water Infrastructure is Showing Its Age. Jackson, Mississippi was in the headlines this summer due to river flooding that caused a water treatment plant to go offline. Much of the city went for weeks without running water and even the water which was pumped was often not safe to drink.
Western States Continue to be Hammered by Drought. According to a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change, drought-like conditions across the American West are the worst they’ve been in the last 1,200 years.
Municipal Water Leader interviewed CEO Craig Beckman for its May issue. Offering key insights into the state of the membrane filtration industry, Craig discusses how Aqua Membranes is helping companies conserve energy and decrease the amount of plastic sent to landfills.
Water and Wastewater Asia interviews Aqua Membranes CTO CJ Kurth