Upgrade wastewater treatment plant

29 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Black & Veatch SE Asia Pty Ltd

Black & Veatch has confirmed that the company will be part of the Eastern Tertiary Alliance that will deliver the tertiary upgrade of the Eastern Treatment Plant in Melbourne, the largest activated sludge plant in the country. This follows the success of Stage 1 of the project, where Black & Veatch was asked to lead a series of technology trials to determine the preferred treatment technology to be used.

Blackwater technology in high-rise office tower

26 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Aquacell

DEXUS and co-owners DWPF and Cbus Property announced that NSW Water Minister Phil Costa has awarded the first combined private network and retailer’s water recycling licence to the 1 Bligh Street development, making it Sydney CBD’s first high-rise commercial office tower to incorporate blackwater recycling technology.

Wastewater treatment

26 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Ovivo

Anaerobic digestion plants and sewage treatment plants can lower maintenance costs by screening sludge at the primary or secondary stage of treatment.

UV disinfection

26 March, 2010 | Supplied by: CST Wastewater Solutions

Advanced ultraviolet water treatment technology being introduced to Australia by CST Wastewater Solutions has demonstrated its potential for applications here after being installed on a semi-arid Caribbean island.

Tanac Tanfloc organic coagulant/flocculant

25 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Allied Envirotech NZ

Tanfloc is a tannin-based flocculant/coagulant that can be suitable for wastewater treatment applications. Developed from Acacia tree bark, it is designed as an organic replacement for metal-based alternatives that use aluminium and ferric chlorides.

Teralba Mixquip heavy-duty mixers

23 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Teralba Industries Pty Ltd

Teralba Industries designs and manufactures the Mixquip range of agitators and mixers. It has now developed models for a larger range of tanks and vessels.

Rotork IB Bevel and IS Spur gearboxes

23 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Rotork Australia

The IB Bevel and IS Spur gearboxes are now available to suit aggressive environment service including: buried, submersible, marinised and raw sewage duty. To achieve these ratings, the specifications include: stainless steel fasteners, stainless steel input shaft, two-pack polyamide epoxy surface coatings and an IP68 enclosure rating.

Dimpleflo Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

23 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Teralba Industries Pty Ltd

The Dimpleflo Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are now produced in a larger range. This includes heat exchangers with a shell diameter of 2 m and length of 15 m. The picture shows a recently completed Dimpleflo Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger with 400 x 50 mmø dimpled high-efficiency 316 stainless steel heat transfer tubes, housed in a 1500 mmø 304 stainless steel shell.

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.

Water management solution for council

01 February, 2010 | Supplied by: GME 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.

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