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Eliquo Hydrok have added two new Mecana technologies to their existing Pile Cloth Media Filtration (PCMF) systems available for the UK Water and Wastewater markets.

Introducing two new Mecana Systems in the UK (sponsored)

Eliquo Hydrok have added two new Mecana technologies to their existing Pile Cloth Media Filtration (PCMF) systems available for the UK Water and Wastewater markets

British Water launches micropollutants technical group

A collaborative technical focus group has been set up by British Water to find new ways to reduce levels of micropollutants in wastewater....

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...

Why the Mogden Formula matters for business

We know water is an increasingly scarce resource. So, what can businesses do to improve the way that water is used, treated, recycled...

Digital tool helps utilities overcome sludge pumping challenges

Software developed by fluid engineering firm BHR Group and launched in January is helping water utilities analyse their sludge pumping systems and reduce costs. SLOT...

Vast amounts of valuable energy, nutrients, water lost in world’s fast-rising wastewater streams, says...

Enough energy to power all households in the USA and Mexico; Enough nutrients to meet ~13% of world fertilizer needs; Enough water to...

Sponsored content: Heat recovery from waste

Zero Liquid Discharge, or ZLD, is a technique which aims to discharge no liquid waste to the environment
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Radar reaches a new level

Radar offers many performance advantages, although cost and complexity has restricted its use. All that could be changing now

Glenfield Invicta merger

Move prioritises “clarity, service and growth” Glenfield and Invicta, two well-known and long-established brands in the water sector, have announced they are merging their operations...

Documentary conveys “a sense of hope and spirit of optimism for water”

The world’s first screening of the 50-minute documentary Brave Blue World, narrated by Liam Neeson, was met with "rapturous applause" at a blue carpet...

Fast Fashion: the second biggest polluter on Earth

Dr. Akmez Nabeerasool is a Senior Project Manager at Arvia Technology, a provider of advanced tertiary water and wastewater treatment systems. Below he discusses...

Wood-based yarn captures hormones from wastewater

Hormones and other pharmaceuticals ending up in bodies from natural waters are a globally significant environmental problem. Finish research organisation VTT and Aalto University,...

Proprietary formulation improves river pollution measures in São Paulo

On the initiative of the Secretariat of Environment of the State of São Paulo, Brazil, a trial of the FOG Stop formulation - from...

98% of Unblocktober participants ‘optimistic’ their habits have changed for the long-term

The world’s first awareness month aimed at protecting the UK’s sewers and seas - 'Unblocktober' - has been hailed "a major success", say the...

Study uses earthworms to treat wastewater

Scottish Water is using earthworms and water fleas to treat wastewater as part of an international study which aims to protect and improve water...

Water treatment firm raises £700k to launch new eco-friendly system

A company which has developed a new eco-friendly wastewater treatment system that could reduce pollution in rivers and seas has raised £700,000 to help...

Product offers real-time digital monitoring, analysis and optimisation of water and wastewater treatment

Following a number of seemingly successful implementations on projects across Europe, Veolia Water Technologies UK has introduced its AQUAVISTA™ Plant system, which is said...

Nominees announced for Aquatech Innovation Award 2019

A total of 12 innovative technologies have been selected by an expert jury in the lead up to the Aquatech Amsterdam event
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Filter media optimises treatment for Norwegian fish farm

An onshore fish farm in Norway has introduced a new type of filter media to reduce the size of the MBBR required in its water treatment process. Warden Biomedia’s managing director, Mark Barrett explains the advantages
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Waitrose products gain official ‘Fine to Flush’ approval, a first for a supermarket chain

Two Waitrose & Partners toiletry products have successfully achieved Water UK’s official ‘Fine to Flush’ standard