The RoadTRAIN is a pre-fabricated on-site sewage treatment system specifically designed for use in remote locations. These plug-and-play micro sewage treatment plants are available in three different sewage treatment process options and two modes of fabrication.
Every community needs to have an effective method of safely disposing of the sewage generated by the people living and working there to prevent environmental contamination.
Wastewater treatment systems typically manage to reduce biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and nitrogen effectively, but often are not as effective at reducing phosphorus to acceptable levels.
Hazeldene's Chicken Farm needed a wastewater pump that was capable of handling all the solids that form part of the wastewater stream in a chicken process plant.
Wastewater treatment company Aerofloat Australia has launched a wastewater chemical supply and plant servicing business.
The rugged ST100 Series Thermal Flow Meter from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides precision mass flow measurement, making it useful for engineers and operators responsible for measuring gas production from digester tanks at municipal or industrial wastewater treatment operations.
Melbourne Water has reached a major milestone in its biosolids re-use program, with the one-millionth tonne of biosolids recently transported from its Eastern Treatment Plant.
If silver, which has broad-spectrum antibacterial properties, thwarts the work of treatment plants' beneficial bacteria, then too many nutrients could end up in waterways.
DCM Process Control's toxic shock risk study is a comprehensive analysis of influent composition and concentration. The tool provides operators and plant management with a clear picture of the activity and discharge patterns of industries and, more importantly, the process response of the receiving WWTP.
Rocla's ecoSep product range is designed to reduce the risk for companies that handle oil and sediments from wastewater, with its 2-in-1 technology offering both a spill control system and oil-water separator in one.
Activated sludge systems combined with the use of engineered and natural plants creates an aesthetically pleasing wastewater treatment plant.
Researchers have designed a wastewater treatment system based around the naturally occurring bacteria that break down and process organic waste in water.
Lord Howe Island is preparing for the introduction of a wastewater treatment plant that is said to cut maintenance, energy demands and OH&S issues.