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  • Handling hospital wastewater with care

    In Palermo, Xylem created a wastewater treatment plant to support a hospital’s COVID-19 expansion.

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  • Xylem helps UAE after unprecedented flooding

    Dubai quickly managed rainwater flooding with Xylem’s expertise and Godwin Dri-Prime Series pumps.

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  • Utility upgrades to intelligent SCADA system

    Suffolk County can now proactively manage its sewer system and prioritize alerts.

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  • Dr. John Cherry wins 2020 Stockholm Water Prize

    Dr. Cherry's discoveries revolutionized our understanding of groundwater vulnerability.

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  • Xylem Wave Maker: Dr. Christine Boyle

    One of the “Top 10 Most Influential Women in Water” and CEO of Xylem’s Valor Water Analytics.

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  • Organic shrimp farm relies on Xylem expertise

    Solution circulates 700,000 liters of water and produces no wastewater.

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All Posts in White Papers

When making a major equipment investment, it is easy to focus on short-term gains. However, the real winners tend to be those who invest in equipment that...

As the EU seeks to become the most climate friendly region in the world, it is continuously introducing new regulations that place ever-stricter demands on CO...

With the slowdown in the mining industry, many mining companies are looking for ways to cut costs and increase efficiency. As a leading supplier of pumping...

In order to help people understand how to read a pump performance curve, Xylem has created a short white paper that explains the basics. Impeller recently...

Xylem has produced a white paper to help companies in the food and beverage industry understand how water reuse can reduce supply risk, water use and expenses,...

A new white paper from Xylem reports that cavitation damage to pumps is increasing, very often due to poor system design and cost pressures during the design...