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Pall water-filtration expert to speak at UK meeting

The Pall Corp. filtration equipment, previously bought for

The Pall Corp. filtration equipment, previously bought for use aboard the New Zealand Navy’s ships, was deployed as part of the government’s aid to residents of Brighton, Lyttleton and Christchurch after the quake disabled water systems. Credit: Pall Corp.

A top water-systems executive at Port Washington-based Pall Corp. will be an expert panelist at an international conference in the U.K. tomorrow.

Jeffrey M. Siebert, president of Pall's water processing division, will attend the Citi Climate Change and Water Investment Conference in London, Pall Corp. said.

Pall produces systems for filtration, separation and purification of water, milk, beer and other substances.

Siebert's panel will discuss "water reuse as an untapped supply," Pall said. "Advances in membrane technologies are expected to enable water reuse to become a significant new source of water."

Pall said Seibert is its "global leader for large-scale water systems technology, addressing the purification requirements for surface, ground, seawater and wastewater sources."

Pall's water division serves municipal, industrial, biopharmaceutical, medical and military customers. 

Photo shows Pall water filtration system deployed in New Zealand in March, following an earthquake. 


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