Midwest Piggery installs Gorman-Rupp T2A3-B wastewater pumps to help reduce maintenance costs associated with its pig waste recycling.
Researchers from University at Buffalo, New York, have identified two wastewater treatment techniques that are particularly effective in removing medicines from water.
Envirosuite has signed a deal with University of Queensland to incorporate the SeweX mathematical modelling technology into its environmental product suite.
It is important to understand the effect that any new equipment or processes may have on existing waste treatment infrastructure.
To simplify fine screening processes, CST Wastewater Solutions has engineered horizontal in-channel rotary drum screening technology.
With an ageing and failing wastewater treatment system, Bega Cheese looked to Hydro Innovations for a solution.
A trial study of sensor-based technology at Unitywater's Kenilworth Sewage Treatment Plant has revealed an accurate, time- and cost-saving method to measure sludge.
The plant upgrade will include installation of a gasifier, which will create gaseous fuel from the biosolids that have been dewatered, dried and treated at high temperatures.
The Katronic KATflow 180 clamp-on flowmeter for gases is designed to provide reliable clamp-on measurement of gaseous flow.
Research conducted by SA Water and the University of Queensland has been incorporated into the United Nations' climate change policies.
A German research team has embarked on a three-year research project to develop a way to extract phosphorus during the incineration phase of sewage sludge treatment.
With surface aerators presenting maintenance and safety challenges to the wastewater industry, is there another option?
Ongoing technical innovation is needed to help factories and farms move towards more sustainable wastewater practices.