Thermal Hydrolysis Plant in Bradford generates record amount of electricity

Yorkshire Water says it has generated enough electricity in one week from its flagship Thermal Hydrolysis Plant (THP) at Esholt WWTW's in Bradford to...

Loowatt? Waterless loo innovator wins Game-Changer prize at London Cleantech event

Loowatt “has the potential to revolutionise sanitation and sustainability across the globe” Over 50 entrepreneurs pitch their clean technologies to investors at annual...
Rising energy prices have significantly reduced the payback periods for energy efficient heat exchangers.

Sponsored Content: Heat exchangers can enhance energy savings

By Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers

Study supports using waterfleas to remove pollutants from wastewater

Tiny waterfleas could play a pivotal role in removing persistent chemical pollutants from wastewater – making it safe to use in factories, farms and...

“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...

Technology aims to widen access to thermal hydrolysis

Canadian firm Lystek International announced the commercialisation of its first, low temperature, low pressure mobile Thermal Hydrolysis Processing unit (Lystek Mobile THP®)

Sponsored Content: top tips for wastewater process optimisation

Amidst spiralling costs for energy, fuel, chemicals and just about everything else, there’s never been a better time to optimise your wastewater treatment process. Let’s take a journey through a typical site to identify areas where savings can be made.

No, the Fukushima water release is not going to kill the Pacific Ocean

By Nigel Marks, Associate Professor of Physics, Curtin University; Brendan Kennedy, Professor of Chemistry, University of Sydney; and Tony Irwin Honorary Associate Professor, Nuclear...

Campaigners take Environment Agency to court over microplastics spread on land

The campaign group, Fighting Dirty, has launched legal action against the Environment Agency (EA) and the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and...

Experts highlight far reaching impact of new EU emission rules on industry and potential...

Thousands of British companies face potential fines and disciplinary action, including the closing of facilities, for failing to take account of the far reaching...

Utility undertakes major anti-FOG initiative in St Andrews

The University of St Andrews will spend more than £120,000 installing around 25 grease traps at 12 of its sites across the town. The...

New initiative aims to use Earth observation and geospatial data to detect sewage spills

Ordnance Survey is working with consultancy firm CGI to investigate the possibilities of using Earth observation data to detect sewage from space. Launched by...

Trial “brings hope for phosphate mitigation funding”

Somerset Council is hoping to secure Government funding to deliver phosphate mitigation measures which will unlock the delivery of 18,000 new homes across the...

Firm brings All-Membrane Brine Concentration (AMBC) technology to Africa

Modern Water has entered into an important new collaboration agreement with WEC Projects of Johannesburg to promote its innovative and proprietary All-Membrane Brine Concentration...

Toolkit aims to help foodservice firms get flush on FOG (rather than flushing it...

Restaurants and the wider foodservice sector must act now to cash in on the potential rewards presented by fats, oils and grease (FOG), rather...

Water recycling technology delivers cash savings

A next-generation water recycling system, unveiled by water infrastructure systems specialist SDS, will seemingly boost business sector efforts to save water by offering significantly...
Te-Tech has installed units at the Chipping Camden STW.

Sponsored Content: Advanced oxidation technology installed at sewage works

Te-Tech Process Solutions has installed and integrated te-ion™ advanced oxidation technology to suppress sludge bulking at Severn Trent Water’s Chipping Campden Sewage Treatment Works.

UK government plan to sell household goods with water efficiency labels will cause confusion,...

A new system of eco-labels launched by the UK government is intended to help save consumers money on their energy and water bills, but...

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...

Anglian Water successfully trials Arvia technology

UK utility pilots tertiary treatment combining oxidation and adsorption Effective removal rates achieved for a number of substances investigated Trials of an advanced tertiary water and...