Australian water utility Trility has been appointed as operator of four water-treatment plants in regional Victoria. Trility will operate the plants for the next 13 years in conjunction with the plants' new owner, investment manager AMP Capital.
United Utilities UK selected Evoqua Water Technologies to design, supply, install and commission a modular MEMCOR ultrafiltration (UF) membrane system at its Rochdale treatment works in greater Manchester.
Degrémont, a subsidiary of water and waste management company Suez Environnement, has signed a contract with Delta Electricity to operate and maintain the water reclamation plant at Vales Point Power Station in New South Wales.
Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB (Fraunhofer IGB) have developed a photochemical reaction system in which water can be treated at high flow rates by UV light without having to add chemical catalysts.
PUB, the national water agency of Singapore, has selected Black & Veatch to help upgrade Chestnut Avenue Waterworks (CAWW), the largest drinking water plant in the country.
Process control is vital to ensuring the integrity of the water supply chain in civil and industrial applications. Technological innovation relating to the design, installation and operation of process control equipment has consistently delivered improvements - but remaining viable in this industry requires staying abreast of the latest industry trends to ensure an efficient and effective system.
The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie) has granted type approval for the SeaCURE ballast water management system, a product of Evoqua Water Technologies. This concludes the product’s international approval process, which began in 2012.
Western Water's Rosslynne Water Filtration Plant (WFP), located in Gisborne, Victoria, has had an innovative water treatment process implemented that will help to provide high-quality water to local properties.
AEA Investors has secured regulatory approvals and closed on an agreement to acquire the municipal, industrial and services water and wastewater treatment operations and assets of Siemens Water Technologies.
Water usage is a major consideration within manufacturing and many are searching for sustainable processes to minimise the use of this precious resource. The answer may lie in the industry's willingness to embrace the use of sustainable technologies.
In water treatment plants, the quality of water output is determined by how well the filtration system is operating. A key ingredient in keeping the filtration system working at its best is the frequency and quality of backwashing processes.
The Trafag 8432 series Ex Submersible pressure transmitter features thick-film-on-ceramic sensor technology.
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The H2O Optima solar-powered water purification unit provides treatment and purification to potable water for human consumption, emergency or agricultural use.