French recycling and recovery firm to modernise effluent plant in Cameroon

Suez has won the contract to modernise and extend the effluent treatment plant at the refinery of the National Refining Company (SO.NA.RA) in Limbé,...

Prepared foods maker opts for durable wastewater aeration system

Roberts of Port Dinorwic, the family-owned food manufacturer, has introduced a new Landia aeration system to enhance its wastewater process. Based at a ten-acre site...

New abstraction app a “game changer” for water industry

Lanes Utilities has developed an app that it says promises to revolutionise the way water abstraction is carried out by wastewater companies. The app pinpoints...

Webinar to explain package version of Veolia’s Exelys™ sludge treatment technology

Veolia Water Technologies UK (Veolia) is running a webinar on 29 June at 2pm to explain the benefits of its Package Exelys™ sludge treatment...

Low cost wastewater treatment among winners at Dublin technology forum

An energy-positive industrial wastewater treatment system and a company specialising in online sensing and real-time analysis are winners of the 2017 BlueTech Forum Technology...

“Overwhelming response” to new wastewater and sewage expo, say organisers

Momentum is said to be building for the Wastewater & Sewage Treatment Expo 2017, with the number of wastewater and sewage professionals attending the...

Innovation awards finalists join Aquatech China

Finalists in the annual BlueTech China Awards have been announced. Companies with technologies for industrial wastewater treatment feature strongly and all will take part...

Severn Trent Water awards further contracts for Nereda technology

Severn Trent Water has awarded contracts to install Nereda® technology at two more of its key wastewater treatment works, making the company the biggest...

Packaged treatment plant supplier eschews post-Brexit jitters in favour of European growth strategy

Wastewater specialist WPL is targeting the European market with investment in its Diamond compact packaged treatment plant range. The company, which is based in...

New belt screen reduces operating costs for industrial process water treatment, says firm

Hydro International is launching its low-energy, small footprint rotating belt screen, the Hydro MicroScreen™ for the UK Industrial sector. The Hydro MicroScreen™ can save...

European Commission “deal” promises to open up use of anaerobic membranes

On 7 April the European Commission announced the signing of an “innovation deal” to address regulatory barriers to innovation in the area of anaerobic...

Water treatment contract marks mines remediation preeminence, says firm

Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a US$48.4million design-build contract by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to upgrade the water treatment plant...

Septage plant proves its mettle in Ohio, says treatment specialist

US water treatment specialist Lakeside equipment provides some context behind the decision to employ its Raptor Septage Acceptance Plant (SAP) in the wastewater treatment...

Cost and performance advantages claimed for “sophisticated” SBR

UK water and wastewater treatment solutions supplier Premier Tech Aqua (PTA) has launched a new sewage treatment plant that is said to make decentralised...

United Utilities awards second Nereda contract with Morecambe WWTW upgrade

United Utilities has awarded its second contract for a Nereda plant, months after awarding what was then the UK’s biggest at Kendal WwTW. The technology...

Chance find has big implications for water treatment’s costs and carbon footprint

A type of bacteria accidentally discovered during research supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) could fundamentally re-shape efforts to cut...

Suez wins Chinese contract

French water and waste utility Suez has been awarded the contract for the performance optimisation of sewer and stormwater systems in the new eco-district...

Quality guidelines suggest a framework for reusing municipal water

A research team at the University of British Columbia has investigated the potential reuse of municipal wastewater in urban applications, provided that people...

Strange items flushed down the toilet cost millions of pounds per year

Hygiene services provider Initial Washroom Hygiene has released a study of 1,000 UK consumers which appears to shed new light on some of Britain’s...

You’re gonna need a bigger tank…

A current emphasis on the environment is driving the demand for supertanks upwards from 50 m3 to 100 m3, according to Bridgend based tank...