A highly efficient low-maintenance liquid-to-solid waste separator has extended its versatility by being offered in skid-mounted format that can be carried by truck or trailer to remote and environmentally sensitive applications.
A five-year, $5 million partnership between RMIT University and Melbourne Water will see experts in aquatic ecology and pollution research join forces.
A key feature of the Turtle Tough GP-I Industrial pH Sensor is a compact-style, solid-state, non-porous, cross-linked polymer embedded in a HDPE support matrix. This enables the sensor to hold excess KCl, enabling saturation at all temperatures for stability and long sensor service life in applications where little or no maintenance will be performed.
Michell Instruments has launched a configurable sampling system for measuring trace moisture in hazardous areas. The ES70 simplifies specifying complex, multi-optioned sampling systems, not only ensuring the correct options are selected and but also reducing lead times.
Pumping an aquifer to the last drop squeezes out more than water, as researchers from Stanford University recently found out.
A newly developed 'self-desalination' concept uses pressure generated by highly concentrated salt brine as the energy source to desalinate the less salty sea water.
The accreditation enables The Tamworth Environmental Laboratory to automate its water testing for E. coli and total coliforms.
The agreement establishes Hach as a primary supplier of water analysis solutions for Veolia's water operations, continuing a partnership that has lasted more than 20 years.
The SERIES IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter, from Dwyer Instruments, is an adjustable insertion flowmeter featuring electromagnetic technology that measures fluid velocity in addition to providing several continuous signal outputs.
Alternative wastewater treatment options can reduce maintenance costs and improve in odour.
The Network-ready Ultrasonic smart water meter (NUmeter) has an IoT-type network communications module fully integrated into it.
Beijing Enterprises Water Group Limited (BEWG) has announced it now has 100% ownership of the TRILITY Group.