According to Wiley Process Engineer Heath Barker, "Organisations that are not extracting maximum value from their wastewater are losing out."
Meat exporter Cedar Meats needed to upgrade its dissolved air flotation (DAF) system, but did not want to just go for a 'standard' system. It wanted a more energy-efficient system — one that could deliver low running costs for the life of the system.
SciDev has broadened the industry footprint of its OptiFlox wastewater treatment system, following its deployment at a Lion Dairy & Drinks production facility.
CST has released a clog-free, automatic liquid-to-solid waste separator that is suitable for compact dewatering applications ranging from food processing, food waste, grease trap and waste oil through to municipal wastewater sludge, livestock manure and agribusiness processes.
Interflow has been awarded a three-year sewer rehabilitation and CCTV inspection project by the Lower Macquarie Water Utilities Alliance (LMWUA) — a collaboration of councils around the Lower Macquarie River Valley.
The asset owner at the Mount Piper Power Station was looking for a solution to the maintenance issues associated with his submersible sewage pump stations on the site.
Xylem has announced an exclusive agreement with Nuove Energie to distribute a cutting-edge tertiary disk filter system for wastewater re-use and discharge requirements in Australia and New Zealand.
Lismore City Council was having chronic problems with its digester pump choking at its South Lismore sewage treatment plant.
CST Wastewater Solutions introduces high-performance inlet screening and grit removal technology, suitable for wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) operating in sandy environments throughout Australasia.
The design of grease traps has not really changed much at all since the 19th century, when a gentleman called Nathaniel Whiting obtained a patent on the first ever grease trap. That's where a dissolved air flotation (DAF) system such as the Hydroflux Grease Trap Dissolved Air Flotation (GT-DAF) system comes in.
What if we were to consider the vast quantities of domestic, agricultural and industrial wastewater discharged into the environment every day as a valuable resource rather than costly problem?
Researchers have come across a type of bacteria that could fundamentally reshape efforts to cut the huge amount of electricity consumed during wastewater clean-up.