South East Water is investigating new ways to use biosolids, the by-product of the wastewater treatment process.
Researchers at Australian Water Quality Centre laboratories are using DNA technology to differentiate between non-infectious bacterial blooms and potentially dangerous E. coli.
Multimillion-dollar research is underway at UNSW's Water Research Centre to determine how to treat and neutralise emerging contaminants in our water supplies.
Water monitoring in the Cox Creek Catchment in the Adelaide Hills has revealed up to an 80% reduction in phosphorous levels over the last decade.
In 2006 Toowoomba voted against a wastewater-recycling scheme that would have supplied their homes with drinking water sourced from treated, recycled wastewater.
Infinite Water has announced third-party validation and endorsement of its Hydroxon technology for the treatment of drinking water to World Health Organization (WHO) and Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG) standards.
Infinite Water used its innovative HYDROXON technology to design a custom water treatment plant to remove high levels of naturally occurring arsenic and manganese.
Engineers have created technology that can purify contaminated water, making it fit for consumption faster and more energy efficiently than ever before.
In sensitive environments, it is critical for a builder to ensure that there is no risk of construction chemicals from finishing trades leaching into the ground or surrounding waterways.
Researchers have designed a nanofilter that can clean dirty water over 100 times faster than current technology, filtering both heavy metals and oils at an impressive speed.
The Defender media filter significantly eliminates the amount of backwash water associated with sand filter operation.
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.