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We are innovators in purification and separation technologies, setting industry standards for quality and reliability with a comprehensive portfolio of products.


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solve purification and separation challenges
around the globe.


  • Managing Water in an Increasingly Demanding Power Market

    Increasing demand, evolving energy sources and environmental drivers are shifting the global power landscape. As a result, the global water landscape must evolve to meet the shift in water treatment of freshwater sourcing to wastewater treatment and reuse for the power generation industry. Reducing energy usage, chemical costs and water footprints, while increasing reclamation of non-conventional water sources, are key industry focal points. Read More

  • Dow Water & Process Solutions' technologies to provide much-needed fresh water to French hospital in Kabul

    Dow Water & Process Solutions, a global leader in sustainable water separation and purification technologies, and a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), has developed an installation to provide high-quality water to new-borns and their mothers at the French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children in Kabul (IMFE). Read More

  • Dow's Next Generation DOWEX MARATHON™ Ion Exchange Resins can deliver up to 10% greater water efficiency

    Premium product line combines the best of DOWEX MARATHON™ and AMBERJET™ technologies to help lower the total cost of water in industrial water treatment and power applications Read More

  • Weighing the Options

    Demand for high-quality water continues to increase, so OEMs and end users continue to search for solutions to meet their water treatment needs efficiently and affordably. By removing a number of contaminates to provide high-purity drinking water and consistent water quality for light industry, reverse osmosis (RO) systems help to reduce system cost and optimize productivity and water recovery. Read More

  • Dow Launches New RO Product Line for Unique Industrial Application Needs

    Industries requiring dependable and effective liquid separation under extreme conditions such as high-temperature, ultra-high pressure, and extra-wide spacer filtration now have new solutions. Read More

  • Designed for a Challenge – New Dow Product Line Helps Maximize Industrial Water Recovery, Minimize Waste

    Cost of water on the front end and discharge fees on the other end are squeezing industrial water users. Increasing water efficiency is a clear solution but facilities reusing and recycling must now treat water that is more fouled and more expensive to treat. Read More

  • Remain Calm and Save Water

    Many chemical makers now are focusing intently on water issues, prompted by concerns over water supply, quality and cost as well as by the quest for improved sustainability. Dow's technology center in Tarragona focuses both on development of technologies to improve water treatment and process optimization. An ongoing water optimization project at the Camp de Tarragona chemical complex exemplifies a successful combination of the two. Read More

  • Three Innovative Dow Technologies Short-listed for 2016 IChemE Global Awards

    Two innovative products and one project of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) are finalists in the 2016 Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Global Awards. Read More

  • Lowering costs and raising sustainability: wastewater treatment for the Food and Beverage industry

    Water is critical to the food and beverage processing industries where water and wastewater are key components of multiple operations. Today, companies are held responsible and therefore must better understand and manage their wastewater. This has led to a growing need in the food and beverage industry to implement wastewater treatment solutions that are affordable, reliable and low-maintenance. Read More

  • Produced water treatment trends move towards reuse

    Growing concerns over water availability are leading oil companies to focus on treatments for better recycling of produced water. Read more on page 22 of the July/August 2016 issue of Oil & Gas Product News. Read More

  • Dow Water & Process Solutions, "AMBERLYST™ BD20 Catalyst Leads to Effective and Efficient Conversion of FFAs to FAME"

    A successful Dow pilot mobile unit created a complete model for future design and operation of biodiesel production plants by processing over 8,000 gallons of feedstock—demonstrating the use of a heterogeneous catalysis for esterification of FFAs—in a variety of less costly, crude feedstocks. Read More

  • Improved mining efficiency through water management and reuse

    Water treatment technologies, including filtration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange, allow mine water to be processed from some of the most challenging sources and can help reduce net water consumption and treat wastewater for reuse. Read More

  • Dow’s Camp de Tarragona DEMOWARE Industrial Water Reuse Project Named Environmental Leader’s Project of the Year 2016

    A European Union funded DEMOWARE initiative project in the water scarce region of Camp de Tarragona, Spain has been named one of Environmental Leader’s Projects of the Year 2016. Read More

  • Ion exchange resins offer better purification of processed foods

    Today more than ever, processed foods demand stringent purity specification of their component ingredients. Various sweetener products added to soft drinks need to be colorless, odorless, shelf-stable and free of minerals to meet the quality standards that brand owners and consumers demand from their beverages. Read More

  • Dow Congratulates IDE Technologies on Winning Desalination Plant of the Year 2016 for Carlsbad Desalination Facility

    The Claude "Bud" Lewis Carlsbad Desalination Plant in California, USA, which was designed and engineered by IDE Technologies with reverse osmosis membranes from Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) was recently named Desalination Plant of the Year 2016. The award was presented at the Global Water Awards at the Global Water Summit in Abu Dhabi April 19 - 20. Read More

  • Dow Water & Process Solutions to Showcase its Integrated Product Portfolio at Ecwatech-2016

    Dow Water & Process Solutions, a global leader in sustainable water separation and purification technologies and a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), will participate in the international exhibition Ecwatech-2016, to present its broad portfolio of water treatment technologies and solutions. The event will take place on April 26-28, in Moscow, Russia, in the VDNH Exhibition Center, Pavilion 75. Read More

  • Dow Wins US Water Prize

    The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) has been awarded the prestigious U.S. Water Prize by the U.S. Water Alliance for its work in promoting and enabling more sustainable use and management of water by companies across the water value chain. Read More

  • Dow Announces Contributions to Flint Water Relief Efforts

    The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW) announced today it will partner with Genesee County Habitat for Humanity and the United Way of Genesee County to support ongoing water relief efforts in Flint, Michigan. Read More

  • Dow Joins 2030 Water Resources Group

    Today, on World Water Day, The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) signed a collaboration agreement with the 2030 Water Resources Group (2030 WRG) to support its activities at the global and national levels. Read More

  • Dow Jubail Operations Ships First Batch of Reverse Osmosis Elements to Emerging Markets

    The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) is celebrating the inaugural shipment of its DOW FILMTEC™ Reverse Osmosis elements from its new Saudi Arabia Dow Water & Process Solutions’ (DW&PS) Jubail Operations manufacturing facility. Read More

  • How New, High-Permeability Fibers are Improving Ultrafiltration Efficiency

    With new, high-permeability ultrafiltration fibers, installations can produce more water with fewer modules, improve operational efficiency and lower the overall total cost of water. Read More

  • Water Innovations, “Minimum Liquid Discharge: “Adopting a ‘Less is More’ Mindset”

    By adopting a Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) strategy, and evaluating current systems for areas of improvement, companies can take significant steps toward a circular economy without breaking the bank. Read More

  • Dow Water & Process Solutions to Highlight Key Energy Efficiency and Industrial Water Challenges at International Water Summit 2016

    Dow Water & Process Solutions, the global leader in sustainable water separation and purification technologies and a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), will discuss global water trends and the water challenges facing the region at the International Water Summit (IWS). The conference will be held January 18-21, 2016 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Read More

  • How Dow Chemical Is Turning Sewage Into a Refreshing Drink

    For decades, sewage has been treated and used for irrigating crops, parks, and golf courses, but making it fit for human consumption requires a much more rigorous filtration technology using polymer membranes. No thicker than a human hair, the membranes are at once delicate and durable. Using pores smaller than one-millionth of a millimeter, they’re capable of wiping out microscopic contaminants. Read More

  • Dow Contributes to University of Arizona Advancing Water Treatment R&D

    Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), celebrated the opening of The University of Arizona’s Water and Energy Sustainable Technology Center (WEST) on Friday, Nov. 20. Read More

  • Dow Water & Process Solutions showcases the latest water sector trends at Aquatech Amsterdam 2015

    Dow Water & Process Solutions, a global leader in sustainable water separation and purification technologies and a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), will be the Principal Sponsor at this year’s AQUATECH event (Amsterdam, 3-6 November), the world’s leading exhibition for process, drinking and wastewater solutions. Read More

  • San Diego County Taps the Sea with Largest Seawater Desalination Plant in Western Hemisphere

    The California Department of Water Resources confirmed Water Year 2014 was one of the driest seasons on record – and the first half of 2015 didn’t deliver wetter results. To alleviate the stress on its limited water resources, the San Diego County Water Authority sought a long-term strategy to diversify its water sources and enhance the reliability of the region’s water supply. Read More

  • Oilfield Operator Increases Use of Recycled Produced Water to Nearly 100 Percent with Advanced Filtration

    An oilfield water service provider is helping a Colorado oilfield operator cut water sourcing and hauling costs for hydraulic fracturing by integrating self-cleaning TEQUATIC™ PLUS F-75 Filters into a water treatment plant, more than tripling the use of recycled produced water for its customer to nearly 100 percent. Read More

  • Dow Increases Water Treatment Efficiency with New XP Fiber

    Launched at Aquatech China this week, Dow’s next generation industrial and municipal ultrafiltration water treatment modules are already bringing in the accolades, receiving the show’s “Best Technology Innovation Award” in the membrane category. Read More

  • With World Water Day on the Horizon, Dow Announces Affiliation with the Value of Water Coalition

    Water is our most precious resource, but in order to function efficiently, infrastructure must do the same. The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:Dow) is proud to join leading public and private sector companies in the fight to revitalize our nation’s aging and underfunded water infrastructure. Read More

  • Water Online, "10 Must-See Membrane Technologies"

    The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and the American Water Works Association (AWWA) joined forces once again, March 2 to 6 in Orlando, FL, to host America’s premier conference dedicated solely to membrane-related technologies. While that description may seem limiting, the Membrane Technology Conference (MTC) is quite the contrary; in fact, it is notable for its variety. Membranes do it all — drinking water, wastewater, desalination, reuse, industrial process water, produced water, etc. — and MTC reflects that scope. Read More

  • Testing the Waters Just Got Easier With New Water System Software

    (BUSINESS WIRE)--Dow is bringing water treatment system modeling to your fingertips with new software that helps simplify and accelerate modeling of components, evaluate new or retrofit system designs, and plan construction of … Read More

  • DOW™ Ultrafiltration Technology Delivers Water Savings, Exceptional Bacteria Removal in New Haier Eco-Friendly Washing Machine

    Through a joint development with Dow Water & Process Solutions (DW&PS), Haier Group has commercialized the first Casarte eco-friendly washing machine enabled by DOW™ Ultrafiltration (UF) Technology. Read More

  • Dow Water & Process Solutions, "A Matter of Taste"

    The bitter taste of orally delivered drugs can be masked in a number of different ways, and interest in developing this area has surged recently. However, a complementary blend of techniques may be the way forward Read More

  • Oilweek, "Ahead of the Curve"

    Encana builds a world-class produced water treatment facility in Wyoming with the help of innovative water management technology developed by Dow Water & Process Solutions and General Electric (GE). Read More

  • International Mining, “Water Handling”

    Filtration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange technologies can be used to process mine water from some of the most challenging sources, and can help reduce net consumption and treat wastewater for reuse. Read More