The Water Solution Pack 2008 delivers new tools and functionality for Proficy HMI/SCADA — iFIX users with the addition of an extensive industry-specific dynamo library, NERC-recommended security features and tighter integration with OPS Systems’ Water/Wastewater reporting software.
While we laugh at the adventures of Kenny’s World exploring toilets, there are 2.6 billion people, or 40% of the global population, who don’t have any access to safe sanitation. The deaths of 75,000 children could be prevented this year in South-East Asia and the Pacific with access to basic sanitation.
At its recent distributor meeting, Aqua Diagnostic launched its PeCOD COD analyser range across Asia.
Bilexys is the winner of the UQ Business School’s $100,000 Enterprize business plan competition with its invention of a highly efficient wastewater treatment technology that uses bacteria as catalysts to remove dissolved organics from wastewater.
Endress+Hauser has launched an inline analyser for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants. The STIP-scan device reduces costly sampling and maintenance procedures by operating directly in the process.
In support of Australia's demanding water/wastewater sector, drives solutions group SEW-Eurodrive has expanded its NSW industrial gear-unit service facility.
A simple application technology is being used to treat lead-contaminated wastewater on a building maintenance site. The process is resulting in treated water that is free from lead and other contaminants that can be recycled for beneficial use.
Watters Electrical received the Environment and Energy Efficiency Award for work on the 'Epsom Recycled Water' project at the Victorian 2008 National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) Excellence Awards.
Siemens membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology, designed and manufactured at its global R&D and manufacturing facility in Windsor in Sydney’s west, is helping Beijing to meet its growing water demand.
A proposed national environmental standard to improve the environmental performance of domestic on-site wastewater systems is out for public comment, Environment Minister Trevor Mallard said.
BSI British Standards has published an amended version of BS 6297.
Vistech, the Victoria–Israel Science and Technology R&D Fund, is providing $970,000 for three new projects and is calling for more applications.