Solar technology is being used to power a pressure sewer system at the Truemans Road Recreation Reserve on the Mornington Peninsula, futureproofing sports club facilities for the local community and opening up new possibilities for the provision of wastewater facilities in remote areas.
STRAINPRESS technology from Hydroflux Huber is playing a small but vital part in helping Sydney Water achieve its goal of making a number of improvements at its Malabar sewage treatment plant.
Engineering company Black & Veatch, in a joint venture with Civmec (BVCJV), has won a contract to upgrade and expand Western Australia's largest wastewater treatment plant.
A two-stage high-load anaerobic digestion system allows a wastewater treatment plant to cope with a higher effluent load during the wine harvest.
The electropneumatic system used at the abattoir was set up to return higher quality water back into the environment and to reduce the impact on the environment while exceeding the minimal specifications of the water authorities.
The University of Queensland has developed technology which uses free nitrous acid to remove biofilms that adhere to the inner surfaces of sewer mains, thus controlling odour and corrosion.
By upgrading the Gracemere sewage treatment plant, Rockhampton Regional Council has ensured that the local sports fields, golf club and grazing land are fully irrigated by wastewater — once treated — that is discharged from the plant.
A NSW chicken process plant went for safety and energy efficiency in selecting the wastewater pumps for its latest expansion.
Three Kaeser EBC series blower systems were recently installed at Water Corporation's Collie Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) to efficiently and reliably meet the compressed air requirements of an upgraded process aeration system.
Heathrow Airport Water Services Department trialled and installed Xylem's latest Flygt wastewater pumping system in an effort to solve chronic clogging issues at one of the airport's wastewater pumping stations. As well as delivering consistently clog-free pumping, the system also reduced energy consumption by 53% at the pumping station.
Emerson Process Management is replacing an outdated SCADA system and remote terminal units (RTUs) used throughout Hampton Roads Sanitation District's (HRSD) vast wastewater collection system.