A study has showed that Australian plants are able to remediate PFASs from waterways, removing up to 50% of the chemicals from the water.
Researchers have developed reusable nanoparticle catalysts to clean contaminants inside membrane filters without damaging them.
A new sludge heater supplied by HRS Heat Exchangers has formed part of an upgrade to one of Tasmania's most important wastewater treatment plants.
Even in our drought-ravaged country, torrential rainfall may not be welcome. That's certainly the case for a large regional area in Western Australia.
A new state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plant has now been completed as part of a $45 million upgrade to the region of Somerset by Urban Utilities.
An electronic nose on a drone has been developed by Spanish researchers to collect air for real-time odour measurement of wastewater treatment plants.
How Ireland's Trinity College is using cloud technology for design of water treatment processes during the pandemic01 November, 2021 by Chaim Kolominskas, Global Head — Water and Waste, Envirosuite; and Darren Szczepanski, Product Manager — Smart Water, Envirosuite | Supplied by: Envirosuite Operations Pty Ltd
Does the design of water and wastewater treatment plants in your business still rely on manual, repetitive and linear approaches?
There are now a growing number of organisations around the world using an EI platform across its multiple sites to understand the connection between wastewater facility status and odorous emissions more effectively.
The SeweX modelling technology incorporated into Envirosuite's monitoring, modelling and management platform is designed to provide a solution to optimally reduce both operating and capital costs and extend the life of sewer assets.
Envirosuite has agreed terms with Western Australia’s Water Corporation for a proof of concept of its SeweX software solution for the water industry.