Thousands of migratory shorebirds and Australian ducks seek refuge at the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant in South Australia.
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.
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?
As our understanding of water chemistry and biology increases, the shortcomings of the 5-day BOD test are becoming more apparent. So what can we do to overcome or even replace this test?
Ongoing technical innovation is needed to help factories and farms move towards more sustainable wastewater practices.
A global research initiative has collected and analysed samples from wastewater treatment plants across the world to expand our understanding of activated sludge microbiomes.
A wastewater treatment plant has been constructed at the Army Aviation Centre in Oakey, Queensland to remove PFAS from contaminated groundwater.
The behaviour of sewage sludge flow may hold the key to optimising the thermal treatment of wastewater, according to research conducted at RMIT University.
Glacier Filtration specialises in pressure filter vessels for water treatment, offering vessels constructed from non-corrosive durable materials in vertical and horizontal configurations to the water and wastewater treatment industries.
Since its inception, TRILITY has been involved in the delivery of 100s of water infrastructure projects, currently servicing over 600 facilities.
Technology developed by UNSW Canberra could provide an environmentally friendly, cost-effective method of sterilising water.