Sponsored content: More Landia mixers for Jersey’s Bellozanne Sewage Treatment Works

Landia has won an order from Doosan Enpure to supply and install a Jet Mixing system for the new Bellozanne Sewage Treatment Works on...

Greater efficiencies claimed for air stripper for removing VOCs from contaminated groundwater and waste...

When it comes to removing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from contaminated groundwater and waste streams, a new air stripper product is said to provide...

Sponsored content: Continuous monitoring and control of effluent from a soft drinks manufacturing...

A firm specialising in instrumentation for the water and wastewater sector, Pollution & Process Monitoring (PPM) was approached by a major soft drinks manufacturer...

Join us to tackle fatbergs at source, says GCA

UK water utilities are being urged to collaborate with the Grease Contractors Association (GCA) to help tackle the blight of fatbergs at source. The...

Personal care firm claims a first with ‘truly flushable’ moist tissue wipe

Bristol-based personal care company Natracare has launched what it claims is Europe’s first truly flushable moist tissue wipe, citing the new product as a...

Firm announces total residual oxidant analyzer for low ppb chlorine concentration measurements in wastewater

Instrumentation firm Thermo Fisher Scientific has developed a new Total Residual Oxidant (TRO) analyzer to address the needs of the wastewater industry. The latter...

World’s first municipal scale UV LED water treatment project

Typhon Treatment Systems, a UK‐based manufacturer of Ultraviolet (UV) Light Emitting Diode (LED) water treatment equipment, has won an order to install its innovative...

Crystal clear maintenance for Yorkshire Water UV plants

After reviewing the 15-year-old Wedeco UV disinfection systems across eight water treatment plants of Yorkshire Water, Xylem says it has implemented a preventative maintenance...

Winners of BlueTech innovation prizes announced

Technologies for surface water monitoring and mains assessment take awards Major global corporations and utilities share their challenges Brave Blue World documentary trailer...

Leading retailers not embracing new wet wipe ‘flushability’ standard

Own-brand wipes can’t carry new ‘Fine to Flush’ logo because they’re unflushable, says marine conservation charity The UK’s Marine Conservation Society says that own-brand ‘flushable’...

Better biogas feed as pump solves rectangular tank mixing headache

A new Borger pump at Cliff Quay Wastewater Treatment Works is said to be significantly improving the blend of liquified sludge and cake for...

POME dome success for biogas digester mixing system in Malaysia

As a growing number of countries move away from lagoon-based systems for the treatment of palm oil mill effluent (POME), pumps and mixers expert...

Utility in Dorset achieves 75% saving with enhanced process for wastewater

· WPL’s Hybrid-SAF™ deemed more cost-efficient than planned trickling filters · Retrofit of repurposed circular sludge tank doubles process capacity, says firm · Early collaboration delivers...
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Siloxane sentinel

As monitoring firm Safe Training Systems (STS) says, the production of biogas from wastewater AD ticks all the green eco boxes and has few objectors
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Streamlining your waste processing

Those in need of a quick and efficient way of removing moisture from biosolids and post-AD sludge will find much to intrigue them in an aerodynamic pulverisation dryer called 'Dryclone®'

Clearing the FOG – a data-led approach

Water utilities have a major challenge working with local food businesses to prevent fats, oils and grease entering the sewer network, but a combined...
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Three more P removal contracts awarded

Treatment solutions firm Bluewater Bio says its high rate multi-media filtration technology, FilterClear, has been selected for three further plants by three different water companies
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New sludge facility at Knostrop

A £72 million project at Knostrop is nearing completion, three years after it began
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Cleaning up, with artificial reed beds

It's a technique that can help solve various unsavoury sewage side effects, as groundworks and civil engineering supplier Scott Parnell explains here
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Recycling water used for washing

H+E says it can provide a range of sand filters to remove those solids and allow you to then recycle at least part of that water

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