Thursday, June 24, 2021

Geocellular storage crate supports small-scale SuDS application

When the South East Rivers Trust was tasked with delivering a water attenuation solution for two SuDS planters at a school in Sutton,...

High-tech greywater reuse for exclusive residences

A next-generation smart greywater-recycling system has been installed at a residential development in one of London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. Supplied by water infrastructure specialist...

“Devastating water leak” drives move to improve sustainability, says chemistry research group

An organic chemistry research group, the Maulide Group at the University of Vienna has described how a devastating water leak in a nearby chemistry...

Report urges food and beverage industry to adopt water best practice

The reputational and financial risks of the mismanagement of water and wastewater systems is the subject of a new report published today (17 June)....

Pump industry mourns the loss of a great friend

The European pump industry trade group Europump writes It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Prof. Bernd Stoffel, who passed away...

Selecting the appropriate reverse osmosis system

Stuart Malcolm, technical sales manager for SOCOTEC’s Water Treatment & Equipment team, answers a series of frequently asked questions regarding the importance of selecting...

Sponsored content: New firm has the tech for tightening consents and nutrient removal

Engineering and construction contractor The Trant Group has announced the launch of Te-Tech Process Solutions, a new company providing innovative products for water and...

Port of Tilbury flood defence gates project is well underway

Construction work is progressing on the £34m scheme, says the Environment Agency Work is progressing on a project of putatively national importance, to install new...

EA’s report on the “Future Fens: Flood Risk Management” programme is available

The Baseline Report for the Future Fens: Flood Risk Management programme is now available Covering the Fens within the River Great Ouse catchment,...

Sponsored content: Chelsea Technologies embarks on research partnership with ground-breaking transatlantic research project

Environmental sensing developer Chelsea has been selected as a research partner to an international effort led by marine research organization Promare. Chelsea has deployed...

Scotland’s bathing waters start 2021 season with 94% achieving strict environmental standards

94% of Scotland’s designated bathing waters have been rated sufficient or better by SEPA for the 2021 season. More bathing waters (34%) have...

Water industry event discusses opportunity for hydrogen

Green hydrogen - and how the water sector can engage with this ‘green, clean fuel source’ - was the focus of a recent webinar...

Graphene acid helps remove heavy metal pollutants from water

The ideal crystalline structure of graphene is a hexagonal grid. Image courtesy of AlexanderAlUS (additional image credit: CORE-Materials, CC BY-SA 2.0 license). Researchers at Palacký...

Flood management conference in late June to reflect on the events of the past...

The 2021 Flood and Coast virtual conference and expo will be held virtually on the 28 June – 1 July 2021. "Produced by CIWEM in...

Cloud-based apps mitigate water management risk: Q&A

Water utilities are steadily replacing legacy IT systems with software-as-a-service applications as confidence in data security builds, says a technology firm working in this...

Environment Agency says low-carbon concrete flood defences will help it hit net zero by...

The Environment Agency (EA) has pledged to default to low-carbon concrete when constructing flood defences and other critical infrastructure projects, provided they meet performance...

Utility signs up businesses to water-saving pledge

Businesses in Yorkshire are being encouraged to sign up to Yorkshire Water’s ‘Water Saving Promise’ this Water Saving Week (May 17 – 22). The utility...

Sponsored content: Clamp-on flowmeters for sand and grit-trap optimisation

Ultrasonic flowmeter measures turbidity and flow for grit trap control at wastewater treatment plants, "reducing pump and scraper operation by up to 85%" In classic...

Collaborative summit to explore future of FOG

A collaborative event will bring together water, wastewater and sustainability experts to explore new ways of tackling fat, oil and grease (FOG) in sewers...

Comment: Smart water reuse and flood management technology “could be a vital strategic water...

Comment from water technology firm SDS Water infrastructure planners should aim to exploit emergent digitally-controlled rainwater storage and recycling technologies to contribute substantially to water...