A Pennsylvanian wastewater treatment plant has tackled a persistent problem with fat, oil and grease products via installation of a grease digester.
Technology developed by UNSW Canberra could provide an environmentally friendly, cost-effective method of sterilising water.
When treating wastewater, sludge and digestate, reducing the volume of liquid material can be beneficial. But what if you want to further reduce water content?
Coversweep Launder Covers inhibit the rapid growth of algae in the secondary clarifier effluent stream by preventing the direct contact of sunlight on the highly prone area for intense growth of algae.
Veolia Water Technologies has been awarded a contract for the supply of 20 Hydrotech Drumfilters for mechanical primary treatment at two of Sydney Water's treatment plants.
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.