Lismore City Council was having chronic problems with its digester pump choking at its South Lismore sewage treatment plant.
CST Wastewater Solutions introduces high-performance inlet screening and grit removal technology, suitable for wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) operating in sandy environments throughout Australasia.
The design of grease traps has not really changed much at all since the 19th century, when a gentleman called Nathaniel Whiting obtained a patent on the first ever grease trap. That's where a dissolved air flotation (DAF) system such as the Hydroflux Grease Trap Dissolved Air Flotation (GT-DAF) system comes in.
Researchers have come across a type of bacteria that could fundamentally reshape efforts to cut the huge amount of electricity consumed during wastewater clean-up.
What if we were to consider the vast quantities of domestic, agricultural and industrial wastewater discharged into the environment every day as a valuable resource rather than costly problem?
Water technology company Xylem will be hosting an Insight Seminar at Adelaide Oval on 15 March, with Xylem brand Flygt set to introduce and showcase its latest developments.
When pump manufacturer Robuschi tested its ROBOX energy WS 65 magnet screw compressor in a civil wastewater treatment plant in the province of Trento, Italy, the new technology performed beyond the client's expectations.
CST Wastewater Solutions is coming to foodpro, bringing with it a highly effective flotation cell that enables fats and solids recovery in high-temperature applications.
In July 2016, North East Water installed Xylem's Flygt Concertor system to solve a challenging wastewater issue and deliver clog-free pumping to Jordyn Terrace wastewater pump station.
To prevent blockages, many hotels are turning to biological drain products to 'clean' wastewater. NCH provides a biological concentrate that improves effluent flows throughout the drain network, reduces foul odours and provides more sanitary environments.
Evoqua Water Technologies has been selected by Townsville City Council to replace the membrane system for the Cleveland Bay Water Purification Plant, following a competitive tender process.