Cerlic has released a newly developed CMC ITL (insertion type) model for the measurement of high solids (<30% TS).
A study has found that dyes commonly used in textiles, food and pharmaceuticals can pose a threat to food chains worldwide.
Two digesters have been installed in the North Head Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF), marking an important milestone in its $94 million upgrade.
A giant half-tonne tree root mass was removed from the sewers in Adelaide's north-east, preventing potential community interruption and sewage overflows.
A piggery was experiencing issues with its pump used for its recycling initiatives so it installed a Gorman-Rupp wastewater pump to solve the problem.
Aerofloat has been awarded the contract to design and build a wastewater treatment plant at Incitec Pivot Limited's Gibson Island facilities.
Sydney Water has commenced upgrades worth $185m to its Richmond wastewater network to build resilience and accommodate a growing population.
Two digesters have been installed at the North Head WRRF, which will increase the amount of biosolids that can be reused as agricultural fertiliser by almost double.
A nanoporous membrane, inspired by mussels, could pave the way for more sustainable management of water within a range of industries, including pharmaceuticals.
Construction has begun on Sydney Water's $1.2 billion Upper South Creek Advanced Water Recycled Centre in Western Sydney.
Engineers in Melbourne have developed a method to remove heavy metals, including copper and zinc, from biosolids.