Solving phosphorus removal challenges with magnetite ballasted technology at Billerica Wastewater Treatment Facility, MA, USA01 June, 2018
This article explains how magnetite ballasted technology came to be selected for use at the Town of Billerica's wastewater treatment facility.
Scientists have used cutting-edge nanomaterials to create a chemical filter capable of industrial-grade water purification.
Veolia technologies used at the water treatment plant will allow output at the mine to be doubled, satisfying all environmental requirements regarding discharge water.
In recent times, UV treatment systems have become a popular option for free chlorine removal.
Rocla has introduced the First Defense High Capacity (HC) separator for effective stormwater treatment. The TSS capture device has been designed with flexibility in mind and to maximise available site space without compromising the treatment level.
Dairy company Fonterra is investing in an advanced plant that is set to reduce the amount of groundwater extracted for its Darfield manufacturing site by around 70%.
CSIRO scientists have created a graphene film with microscopic nanochannels that let water pass through, but stop pollutants.
When a water treatment facility recently undertook a major refurbishment, routine testing of its filtration system showed cause for concern.
Australian and US researchers have discovered a way to utilise metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) to make sea water suitable for drinking.
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Australians enjoy a good drink, and that includes healthy, sparkling clean and tasty tap water.
De Nora Water Technologies is partnering with JFE Engineering to upgrade the biggest water purification plant in the Philippines, which supplies water to approximately six million people in Metropolitan Manila.
The Hydroflux Group of water treatment companies has announced the launch of Hydroflux Epco — a brand combining wastewater innovator Hydroflux HUBER with EPCO Australia, one of Australia's longest standing water companies.
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