The Ovivo deployable membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater treatment system is contained within a standard 20-foot shipping container which allows for easy transport from site to site. The unit is suitable for applications such as: mining sites, construction sites, hotels and resorts, boat marinas, sports and leisure venues, caravan parks, sewer mining and black water treatment.
Victor Harbor is a popular and rapidly expanding coastal town on the Fleurieu Peninsula, some
The NSW Government has awarded a water recycling licence to Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies to build a recycled water plant at the $500 million Darling Quarter development. The mixed-use development, located in Darling Harbour, Sydney, is one of the first to be granted a water recycling licence as part of the 2010 NSW Metropolitan Water Plan.
Ovivo - which stands for ‘Water for Life’ - is a new company formed as a result of the merger earlier this year of Christ Water Technologies (CWT) with EIMCO Water Technologies (EWT) and EWT’s American counterpart, Enviroquip. Launched globally on 13 September, it will be suitable for municipal and industrial water, and the water and wastewater markets.
The electromagnetic WaterMaster flowmeter which is designed specifically for the water, wastewater and effluent sewage markets now has an in-situ flowmeter verification capability. Built into the flowmeter the VeriMaster system has the ability to perform in-situ verification across the full range.
The direct-drive Amamix series mixer range now comes with higher efficiency, greater achieved flows and increased thrust. The range features an ever clean blade (ECB) propeller design which offers varying pitches and sizes to 630 mm diameter. It also has the added advantage of a reduced diameter hub, tapered seal chamber and three-fold dynamic sealing, including lip seal protection and dual silicon carbide mechanical seals. All these features combined reduce the likelihood of propeller ‘ragging’ and/or mechanical seal failure.
Monitoring and controlling the amount of organic matter in our streams and waterways is critical for environmental protection. Total organic carbon (TOC) is the amount of carbon present in an organic compound and measuring it provides a fast and convenient way to determine water quality. This article looks at the different methods now available for analysing TOC.
The ST98L in-line mass flowmeter from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides a reliable flow measurement solution for virtually any air or gas mixture in small process line sizes from 25 to 50 mm.
The PBLT2 submersible level transmitters measure the height of liquid above the position in the tank, referenced to atmospheric pressure.
The EnviroFloc flocculants range is available in both powder and liquid emulsion polymers. The product is used to enhance solid-liquid separation processes in aqueous media in a wide variety of applications. Examples include clarification, thickening, flotation and dewatering within industries such as resources, industrial and municipal water and wastewater.