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Pioneering projects celebrated by foundation behind water documentary

Organisations that have embraced innovation to protect and enhance water supplies have been recognised for their pioneering work by the foundation behind the recent...

Is England losing the battle for better water quality?

Efforts to improve the water quality of England’s rivers, lakes and waterways are faltering - and unless policymakers recommit to the hard work of...

Automating approvals: Drainage design validation system launched in Scotland

A new digital platform is said to substantially accelerate the speed at which housing developers gain required approvals, and "has the potential to revolutionise...
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Biosolids and Bioresources virtual event presents an update on the latest technology

The 2020 European Biosolids and Bioresources Conference is taking place online, on 24 and 25 November, organised by environmental consultancy Aqua Enviro. Keynote speakers include...
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Chemistry coupling boosts treatment

DuPont Water Solutions has entered into an exclusive global partnership with Sun Chemical to bring membrane degasification modules to market.
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Ultrasonic system lowers TSS and algae

To remove very high turbidity caused by varying sized algae, Anglian Water has chosen to install ultrasonic algae control systems in Alton Water reservoir.

Goodbye to decaying deposits and blocked pumps? Ensuring the clean operation of municipal stormwater...

The use of air supply through injectors slows the rate at which odour and decay develop in a wastewater application, as German pumps and...

Drainage firm announces free seminars on geocellular structures, surface water and other topics

Drainage expert ACO Water Management has launched its autumn/winter webinar series, spanning topics and applications to support professionals across all levels within construction. The...

Scottish utility water testers’ robotic helping hand

An Edinburgh science hub has a new helping hand – a-state-of-the art automated robot which is being used to test water quality. The...

Summer sludge milestone as UK’s largest MABR installed at Severn Trent site

July seemingly marked a milestone for wastewater treatment in the UK, with the installation of 10 OxyMem membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) modules from...

Consultancy awarded the contract for COVID-19 school sewage surveillance

Aqua Enviro, a SUEZ company, is to be part of a consortium on an important new project, known as TERM*, that is looking for...

Wastewater requires additional treatment to reduce spread of novel coronavirus according to Israeli study

Wastewater must be further treated to minimize the risk of dissemination and infection of SARS-CoV-2, according to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers,...

Case study: Designing bespoke analytical trailers to measure wastewater

The need for a bespoke monitoring system led utility firm Northumbrian Water to the development of a pair of towable trailers equipped with analytical...

Scale-up data technology, water companies urged

There has been “significant growth” in the use of data by the UK water sector but technology now needs to be rolled out at scale if optimum benefits are to be felt over the next five years

Water documentary to screen on Netflix in October

Brave Blue World, the powerful documentary that aims to drive positive change in water is set to reach a global audience of millions

Collaborative approach required to achieve zero pollution, said conference speakers

Water companies can expect increasing scrutiny into their environmental performance, as customer awareness of river and bathing water quality grows. This was among messages...

Software firm introduces “the next generation of sustainable drainage design tools”

Water infrastructure software firm Innovyze has launched InfoDrainage, which it describes as the next generation of Sustainable Drainage design tools. The firm...

Victorian era “engineering jewel of the north-east” gets 21st century refit

A historic Aberdeenshire waterworks is getting a major £52 million revamp more than 150 years after its construction was hailed a jewel in the...

SAF optimisation data shared at wastewater conference

Data from a study to improve optimisation of SAF wastewater treatment systems is the focus of a presentation from WPL taking place at the...

New research finds way to meet agricultural water demand by responsibly reusing wastewater

Irrigation for agriculture accounts for about 70% of freshwater use worldwide, and is a large contributor to global water shortages. New research from Utrecht...