Wastewater

Thermo Fisher Scientific Orion Star RDO series optical dissolved oxygen meters

01 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

The Orion Star RDO series of optical dissolved oxygen meters is claimed to ensure accuracy with the least amount of maintenance.


Rotorua District Council looks to gain value from biosolids

01 March, 2010

Rotorua District Council (RDC) and Crown Research Institute Scion are joining forces to demonstrate a new approach to the management of organic wastes.


On-site wastewater systems for holiday homes

24 February, 2010 | Supplied by: Innoflow Australia Pty Ltd

As many embark on a summer holiday or perhaps are just returning from one, they may enjoy staying at their holiday home, a weekender, or have rented a house or apartment by the beach. Whatever you call it, if you own a property outside of main sewered areas that is used sporadically, you will have some very specific needs when it comes to a wastewater system.


KSB to build a new water and wastewater competence centre in Brisbane

19 February, 2010

KSB Australia has finalised its plan to build a new water and wastewater competence centre and a sales and warehouse complex in Brisbane.


Aquaconsult Anlagenbau Aerostrip fine bubble diffuser technology

02 February, 2010 | Supplied by: Ovivo

The Aerostrip fine bubble diffuser technology from Aquaconsult Anlagenbau GmbH Austria is being deployed in Australia by Eimco Water Technologies-AJM Environmental Services (EWT-AJM). The technology has been used for applications such as: breweries, tanneries, chicken, lamb, juice and snack food manufacturers, as well as municipal STP sites.


Innovative decentralised sewerage solution for Kinglake West

02 February, 2010

Yarra Valley Water has awarded Innoflow Australia/Orenco Systems with the contract to supply interceptor tanks and effluent filtration/pump packages for the Kinglake West Sewerage project.


Endress+Hauser TOCII CA72 analyser

01 February, 2010 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

The continuous and batch monitoring of TOC (total organic carbon) in industrial wastewater is now much simpler and more cost effective with the TOCII CA72 analyser. Industrial, manufacturing and process plants need to be extremely careful in treating their wastewater. The TOC levels must be carefully monitored and the wastewater adequately treated before being discharged into the municipal system. Too-high levels result in severe penalties.


Water management solution for council

01 February, 2010 | Supplied by: Standard Communications Pty Ltd

The Upper Hunter Shire Council (UHSC) presented some interesting problems when it had a need for a high-tech solution to its water management and control for the townships of Aberdeen and Scone, with possible future expansion within their 2.9 million hectare jurisdiction. A previous supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) network was well overdue for upgrade and the latest environmental laws meant that dramatic changes and demands on water management had occurred since the original installation.


New high-tech industrial park in China investigates water re-use for new plants

25 January, 2010

Black & Veatch and Zhongying Precious Metal are investigating advanced technologies that would provide sustainable options for two new wastewater treatment plants. The plants will treat domestic and industrial waste at a new industrial park in the Lunggang District of Shenzhen. One treatment option under investigation would provide for potential water re-use applications.


Upgraded wastewater treatment plant

18 January, 2010 | Supplied by: Black & Veatch SE Asia Pty Ltd

One of the UK’s largest wastewater treatment works (WwTW) is set to become a valuable source of renewable energy. The benefits of a major upgrade at Davyhulme WwTW in Manchester include the generation of electricity from biogas and the potential to provide a sustainable source of soil improver.


Sydney Water’s liquid waste management

18 January, 2010 | Supplied by: Wastelink Pty Ltd

A new initiative by Sydney Water is being implemented to manage liquid trade waste.


Wastewater treatment at staff amenities

18 January, 2010 | Supplied by: Innoflow Australia Pty Ltd

Located 40 km west of Dalby in Queensland’s Darling Downs, Origin Energy’s Darling Downs Power Station (DDPS) is a new gas-fired power station that will produce 630 MW of power when it commences operation in the first part of 2010.


Pumps for effluent treatment plants

18 January, 2010 | Supplied by: KSB Australia Pty Ltd

In August this year, the KSB Group signed a framework agreement covering the supply of pumps and mixers for 52 municipal effluent treatment plants in China. The order is for a total of 335 mixers and 466 wastewater pumps of different types and sizes.


ItN Nanovation CFM Systems for biological wastewater purification

14 January, 2010 | Supplied by: Reaman Industries Ltd

CFM Systems is a ceramic flat membrane system for biological wastewater purification. Suitable for submerged filtration processes, the ItN Nanovation product is now being introduced to the New Zealand water and wastewater industry. It should be available early 2010 for demonstrations and pilot trials.


Capital Controls Series 70CV3000 Chloromatic Gas Flow Control Valve

14 January, 2010 | Supplied by: Severn Trent Services

The Capital Controls Series 70CV3000 Chloromatic Intelligent Gas Flow Control Valve is a wall-mounted system designed to control chemical feed in water or wastewater applications.


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