Thursday, May 26, 2022

Tag: Scottish Water

Circular solution for screenings?

A seemingly eco-friendly way of dealing with wet wipes clogging up sewage systems is in the pipeline, or so claims Edinburgh-based circular economy start-up Carbogenics, which recently received funding for a trial project with Scottish Water.

Slim SAF meets SEPA spec

Technology from wastewater treatment specialist WPL has been selected by Scottish Water to deliver enhanced ammonia removal at a village treatment works.

Runoff recycling is good to go

Zero Waste Scotland has partnered with Scottish Water to turn grit that is found in the wastewater system into a valuable raw building material...

Multi-liner pipe project success

A multi-disciplinary team of drainage engineers from Lanes Group plc has completed the lining of a drainage pipe nearly 1-km long on behalf of a contractor working for Scottish Water

Scottish water utility reaches energy self-generation milestone

Scottish Water has reported significant growth in the number of its sites across the country which have become self-sufficient through the use of hydro, wind, solar and waste conversion
GasMix system

Time to get things moving?

Envirotec asked Landia about their decision to retrofit its GasMix digester mixing system to a legacy AD tank .

Fresh start anticipated for Aberdeen WWTW

Scottish Water has confirmed it will take back ownership of four treatment plants in the north-east of Scotland

Shieldhall tunnel opens in Glasgow

Scotland’s biggest sewer superstructure has become operational in a feat of engineering hailed as “extraordinary” by Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham

Infrastructure overhaul begins in Glasgow’s west end

Scottish Water is about to start a major project on its wastewater infrastructure in the West End of Glasgow to improve the environment and water quality in the River Kelvin.

Life in the tunnels

The biggest wastewater tunnel ever to be built in Scotland, Glasgow's £100 million Shieldhall tunnel is due for completion in the Summer of 2017....

SEPA enquiry at Nigg treatment works

SEPA has launched a public enquiry into operational activities at Nigg Waste Water Treatment Works in the Torry area of Aberdeen, it was reported...
A regular maintenance programme is helping Scottish Water to enhance the efficiency of its waste water treatment sites with the latest improvements being made to a pair of Archimedes screw pumps.

Screw pump refurb ups efficiency

A regular maintenance programme is helping Scottish Water to enhance the efficiency of its waste water treatment sites with the latest improvements being made...

Aerated wetland investment in Fife

SCOTTISH Water’s commitment to deliver a cleaner and fresher environment, and improve the local watercourses across Cowdenbeath, has taken one step further following its...

Aqueduct upgrade

A £2.6 million upgrade to sections of the 45 km-long Talla aqueduct used by Scottish Water to supply most of Edinburgh’s water has been...

£20K sewage fine for Scottish Water

Scottish Water was fined £20,000 for discharging partially treated sewage and sludge into protected wetlands. The business pled guilty to two unlicensed discharges from a...

A fresh start for water drinkers

MORE than 8,000 people in the Oban area are benefiting from the completion of a major Scottish Water project. The company has spent more than...

Scotland toasts its highest-ever water quality but concerns over private supplies

SCOTLAND’S drinking water has reached its highest-ever level of quality with more than 99% of samples complying with regulatory standards. The statistic is contained in...

Unfinished business but it’s still a winner

A waste water project in Scotland has won a top environment award… and it’s yet to be finished. The Scottish Water scheme in the village...