When pump manufacturer Robuschi tested its ROBOX energy WS 65 magnet screw compressor in a civil wastewater treatment plant in the province of Trento, Italy, the new technology performed beyond the client's expectations.
CST Wastewater Solutions is coming to foodpro, bringing with it a highly effective flotation cell that enables fats and solids recovery in high-temperature applications.
In July 2016, North East Water installed Xylem's Flygt Concertor system to solve a challenging wastewater issue and deliver clog-free pumping to Jordyn Terrace wastewater pump station.
To prevent blockages, many hotels are turning to biological drain products to 'clean' wastewater. NCH provides a biological concentrate that improves effluent flows throughout the drain network, reduces foul odours and provides more sanitary environments.
Evoqua Water Technologies has been selected by Townsville City Council to replace the membrane system for the Cleveland Bay Water Purification Plant, following a competitive tender process.
Solar technology is being used to power a pressure sewer system at the Truemans Road Recreation Reserve on the Mornington Peninsula, futureproofing sports club facilities for the local community and opening up new possibilities for the provision of wastewater facilities in remote areas.
STRAINPRESS technology from Hydroflux Huber is playing a small but vital part in helping Sydney Water achieve its goal of making a number of improvements at its Malabar sewage treatment plant.
Engineering company Black & Veatch, in a joint venture with Civmec (BVCJV), has won a contract to upgrade and expand Western Australia's largest wastewater treatment plant.
A two-stage high-load anaerobic digestion system allows a wastewater treatment plant to cope with a higher effluent load during the wine harvest.
The electropneumatic system used at the abattoir was set up to return higher quality water back into the environment and to reduce the impact on the environment while exceeding the minimal specifications of the water authorities.
The University of Queensland has developed technology which uses free nitrous acid to remove biofilms that adhere to the inner surfaces of sewer mains, thus controlling odour and corrosion.