Switch to VSD blowers saves 25% energy costs for Scottish wastewater treatment works, says...

By replacing its traditional lobe air blowers with modern variable speed drive (VSD) rotary screw blowers, Scottish Water’s Nigg wastewater treatment works now achieves...

New nitrate removal plant to improve water quality for Anglian Water’s Retford WTW

WATER and wastewater solutions provider ACWA Services has been contracted to design and build a new state-of-the-art Nitrate removal plant for Anglian Water’s Retford...

Auto-analysers go on show at WWEM

For many analysts, WWEM 2018 will be the first opportunity to see SEAL Analytical’s latest autoanalyzer, the AA500, a fully automated, high throughput, segmented...

Pesticides forum to take place in November in Swindon

WRc, an innovation consultancy working in the water, waste and gas sectors, is holding its second annual Pesticide Forum meeting in Swindon on 9...

Satellite infrastructure intelligence product will identify pipe problems

A new project will draw upon satellite data to identify problems with underground water pipes, and improve operational efficiencies for water utilities. Suez describes MasterPlan...

Single-method process analyzers offer powerful solution for online wet chemical analysis

Metrohm Process Analytics has introduced a new family of economical online process analyzers: the 2026 Titrolyzer and 2029 Process Photometer. Described as powerful, compact process...

Grit classifiers reduce maintenance for Washington DC-based utility

US based Lakeside Equipment, which manufacturers equipment for the water sector, sets out the details of a recent contract win, supplying grit classifiers for...

Sealing up the cracks in security

The UK’s drinking water is at far too great a risk from potential contamination of supply by terrorists, with current systems simply not quick...

Drainage work improves storm resilience in Cumbria

Sapphire Utility Solutions has been awarded a Framework Contract by Cumbria County Council for the clearing, inspection and mapping of drains and gullies. “One...
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Monitoring for Malaysia master plan

The large-scale River of Life project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, aims to reduce the number of small treatment plants

German WWTP achieves 97.5% phosphorus load reduction

Upgrade of chemical dosing equipment at a wastewater treatment plant in Germany is delivering high performance on phosphorus removal, says Thomas Klobuczynski, industrial...

Water sector must prioritise supply chain resilience

The importance of supply chain resilience in the water sector was the overarching message from Baroness Brown, speaking at a British Water reception held...

New film showcases solutions for Baltic Sea eutrophication

Launch of documentary on innovations for recycling nutrients from agriculture and wastewater A short film Sea of Opportunity, launched on 30 January, presents three innovative...

Experiences of the pluses and minuses of hybrid events – how does it all...

Environmental consultancy Aqua Enviro, also the host of well-known conferences in the environmental sphere, asks: Are hybrid events here for good? Combining in-person and...

Report is most comprehensive to date on challenges and solutions to the phosphorus crisis

Skyrocketing fertilizer prices in recent months highlight importance of challenges outlined in new report Phosphorus is an essential but often overlooked resource, which is...

Sponsored content: Brazil plant chooses TS

Six Valmet Total Solids Measurement (Valmet TS) systems will be supplied as part of the delivery by SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions of water and wastewater treatment plants to Klabin’s Puma II project in Brazil.
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Landia’s BioMover set for major new MBBR near Taj Mahal

Landia has won an important order from major Indian water and wastewater treatment company Triveni Engineering & Industries Limited to supply 18 BioMover mixers...

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

Utility claims European first for online, in situ water sampling

Scottish Water is seemingly the first water authority in Europe to use online bacteria monitoring technology to carry out in situ water sampling. The...

When wastewater treatment plants catch a cold

New research from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, attempts to reveal the impact of viral infection on a wastewater treatment plant, and the surrounding...