Wastewater

Optimising wastewater treatment plant performance

23 March, 2015 | Supplied by: Aurecon Pty Ltd

Wastewater treatment processes have been driven to reduce nutrient concentrations over the past couple of decades to improve receiving water quality particularly in inland waterways. This has led to the installation of complex and often energy-intensive processes. Recently, focus has been on optimising existing treatment processes both in terms of energy usage and plant performance to maximise performance, capacity and operation of the plants.


Energy-efficient sewage pump system reduces blockages

13 March, 2015 | Supplied by: Xylem Water Solutions Australia Ltd

Queensland water authority Unitywater has installed a new pump and controller partner system at seven of its sewage pump stations, in order to reduce blockages and save energy.


Australian-invented technology tackles odours at meat processor

12 March, 2015 | Supplied by: BioGill Operations Pty Limited

When producing specialty meat products and fresh food, it is common for odours to be generated in the production cycle. This was the case at the Illawarra Meat Company where hams, sausages and other smallgoods are processed.


Pentair Southern Cross SX40 solids vacuum pump

06 March, 2015 | Supplied by: Pentair

The Pentair Southern Cross SX40 composite slurry pump is designed as a lightweight unit for the transfer of light slurries and being a 100% composite vessel material allows for pumping of extremely aggressive and corrosive slurry products.


Pentair Southern Cross SX40 solids vacuum pump

06 March, 2015

The Pentair Southern Cross SX40 composite slurry pump is designed as a lightweight unit for the transfer of light slurries and being a 100% composite vessel material allows for pumping of extremely aggressive and corrosive slurry products.


Research provides solutions for proactive sewer corrosion and odour management

04 March, 2015 by Josef Cesca, Regional Technology Manager, CH2MHILL, Zhiguo Yuan Centre Director | Supplied by: CH2M Hill

The Sewer Corrosion & Odour Research Project (SCORe) has uncovered beneficial tools and innovative technologies to help water utilities manage odour and corrosion issues within sewer systems.


Research provides solutions for proactive sewer corrosion and odour management

04 March, 2015 by Josef Cesca, Regional Technology Manager, CH2MHILL, Zhiguo Yuan Centre Director

The Sewer Corrosion & Odour Research Project (SCORe) has uncovered beneficial tools and innovative technologies to help water utilities manage odour and corrosion issues within sewer systems.


Reducing wastewater and increasing waste recycling in the food industry

03 March, 2015

The BioSuck project in Germany is redesigning waste management in the foodstuffs industry by suctioning off waste materials and saving water.


TurboMax Turbo Blower

18 February, 2015 | Supplied by: Hurll Nu-Way Pty Ltd

The TurboMax Turbo Blower is an aeration blower said to provide savings of 20-40% in energy-intensive processes at wastewater treatment plants. The blower is compact and lightweight, with minimal installation requirements.


MSA Tri-Gas sample draw system

09 February, 2015 | Supplied by: MSA Australia Pty Ltd

Areas of wastewater treatment plants that are subject to flooding, such as wet wells and influent headworks, are suitable for MSA's Tri-Gas sample draw custom system. The system can monitor oxygen, hydrogen sulfide and combustible gases (methane or petroleum vapours).


MSA TriGard Gas Monitor for chlorine and sulfur dioxide

08 February, 2015

The TriGard Gas Monitor detects chlorine, sulfur dioxide, other toxic gases, remote combustible gases and oxygen deficiency or enrichment. The monitors are designed specifically for water and wastewater applications.


MSA TriGard Gas Monitor for chlorine and sulfur dioxide

08 February, 2015 | Supplied by: MSA Australia Pty Ltd

The TriGard Gas Monitor detects chlorine, sulfur dioxide, other toxic gases, remote combustible gases and oxygen deficiency or enrichment. The monitors are designed specifically for water and wastewater applications.


Kari M type, S type and C type float switches

04 February, 2015 | Supplied by: Control Components Pty Ltd

A small Finnish company, Kari, services Australian organisations ranging from municipal water authorities to farming equipment OEMs. The company specialises in the design and the manufacture of level sensing equipment.


Trility to rehabilitate Redcliffe Sewage Treatment Plant

28 January, 2015

Following a competitive procurement process, Trility has been selected to deliver the Design, Build, Operate and Maintain contract for the rehabilitation of South-East Queensland's Redcliffe Sewage Treatment Plant. The plant services residents and businesses in the Redcliffe Peninsula and surrounding areas.


Double the benefits with combined wastewater technologies

21 January, 2015

Compact and robust dissolved air flotation (DAF) systems reduce chemical oxygen demand in industrial wastewater effluents by 70-80%. But impressive as these results are, they may not always be enough.


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