Australiaâ€™s peak water industry body has a new chief executive officer.
Waste Streams recently had the opportunity to pick the brain of Danfoss president, Sven Ruder. In this revealing interview, we take a look at the company's successful philosophy and why the environment is a key concern to a number of its processes
The delivery of energy-efficient desalination received a boost with the establishment of a major new research collaboration between CSIRO and nine of Australia's leading universities.
The Oasis Domestic Greywater Treatment System (GT600) is capable of generating a saving of almost 400 L of drinking water a day for the average four-person household. It takes the greywater generated by baths, showers, laundry and hand basins and treats it to a high quality suitable for garden irrigation, toilet flushing, clothes washing and car washing.
Aerocycle-Aquatherm is a water disinfection system that uses heat to remove all bacteria and pathogens from greywater and untreated effluent. The system is economical as it uses heat exchangers to recycle the energy used to initially heat the effluent. No chemicals are used in the process; however, a later addition of chlorine at 0.01 ppm for disinfection may be added.
UK-based company Syriniox has developed a water leakage system to detect very small leaks in large trunk water mains before bigger leaks occur.
IIR Conferencesâ€™ Australian Water Recycling & Infrastructure Summit aims to provide a balanced, far-reaching analysis of the current issues, featuring presentations and case studies from water experts from across the country.
'us' - Utility Services has further developed its Leak Detection Service by introducing a data compressor/logging system that is installed on water meters. It uses the GSM or CDMA network to send meter readings to a central data server that will chart the water usage of each site for viewing on the web. The web page is a secure site with access via a user name and password.
A mission from the UK arrives in Australia this month to study water re-use and recycling in the wake of increasing concern in the UK about the twin challenges of climate change and urban development.
The Type 2031 2/2-way diaphragm valve has been designed with modular options and additions for use with water treatment, biotechnology and food and beverage industry applications, particularly cleaning-in-place (CIP) and sterilising-in-place (SIP).
Five years after its installation, an innovative stormwater treatment and reuse project at Manly Beach continues to save council over $28,000 per year
ITT continues to strengthen its capabilities as a water treatment solutions provider. Kolon Industries has signed an agreement to exclusively supply membrane fibres and modules for ITTâ€™s Membrane Bioreactors which are used in Reuse Systems and Drinking Water Systems. Kolon Industries will also support and provide ITT with long-term membrane fibre and module development.