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.
Melaklean has released a multipurpose microbial test kit which can be used to determine the quality of drinking water, wastewater, cooling-tower water and recycled water. The kit is easy to use and provides test results in 24 hours. The test kit is suitable for aerobic bacteria and can show presence of Coliform, E.coli, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Campylobacter, Listeria, Legionella and other species.
The AS/NZS 3500 standard stresses that recycled water pipe systems must be clearly identified using the colour purple. In line with this, Philmac has developed a range of purple-coloured compression fittings and valves for recycled water applications.
Water recycling remains a provocative topic for businesses and political organisations alike. Donâ€™t miss the opportunity to hear the latest in case studies and presentations from water industry leaders at the 2006 Australian Water Recycling & Infrastructure Summit.
We know the condition of the water in Sydney Harbour and other estuaries, bays and rivers. What about the mud at the bottom? Until now, there have not been consistent ways to measure these sediments which are essential to aquatic life.
Gold Coast City Council has moved a step closer to developing Australiaâ€™s largest water sustainable community with the appointment of a contractor to construct an $80 million waste and recycled water treatment plant at Pimpama.
When we turn the tap on, do we know what comes out? According to a water expert visiting Central Queensland University Rockhampton next week, we donâ€™t.
The RainVault rainwater reuse system is an underground system that incorporates modular horizontal cylindrical concrete storage components together with specialised pre-treatment filters, calmed inlet, siphoned overflow outlet and floating intake.
Combining three testers into one, the Testr 11 waterproof pocket testers are used for conductivity, total dissolved solids (TDS) and salinity measurements. In addition to original features, the series measures a wider range of media.
Delft University of Technology research has discovered a method that could drastically change the way we purify water within a few years. Delft, in partnership with DHV engineering bureau, has developed a compact and environmentally-friendly purification method, in which aerobic bacteria form granules that sink quickly.
Enviroequip is hosting a series of ground water seminars in August to be presented by David Kaminski, international expert in ground water sampling methods.