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How to optimize wastewater dosing

Chemical treatment is a vital part of wastewater processing for industrial manufacturing.

Dealing with the problem of microplastics

Microplastics are a global environmental problem. Around a third of the particles are caused by tire wear that is washed into the sewers by rainwater.

Research paper on removal of arsenate from drinking water published in Elsevier journal Process Safety and Environmental Protection.

Ceramic membranes offer an efficient mechanical separation technology for cleaning wastewater. However, the technique has been limited to molecules of 450

Solid waste, commonly called sludge, is typically comprised of approximately 1.5% solids and 98.5% liquid by the time the biological processing is complete

Thames Water wanted to remove impurities from anaerobic digester gases. It needed a system that would meet stringent clean up requirements and achieve zero

The research article 'Effectiveness of table top water pitcher filters to remove arsenic from drinking water' will be published in Elsevier journal Environ

Industrial processes can produce effluents that are challenging in terms of their strength, variability and composition. Careful assessment of the physical

The research paper 'Filtration and removal performances of membrane adsorbers' has been published in Elsevier's Journal of Hazardous Materials.

Significant overhaul of waste water treatment plant improves operational efficiency

The article 'Operation of passive membrane systems for drinking water treatment' has been published in Elsevier journal Water Research.

How a Vortisand filtration system from Evoqua improved the natural outdoor environment of an otter habitat in a Canadian zoo.

Anaerobic digestion (AD) technology has moved on over the last 15 years and many original wastewater AD facilities are now looking to switch from producing

In Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, 80% of the population lack access to safe drinking water and 95% have no access to good quality sanitation. So when a Fren

The Canadian City of Calgary invested in a heavyweight grit removal, classifying and dewatering system to protect and improve its Bonnybrook wastewater tr

When Center Parcs began construction of its latest site at Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire, it wanted a wastewater treatment system in keeping with its envir

How self-cleaning filters in a tunneling wastewater project in Helsinki, Finland, helped settling tanks reduce total suspended solids.

The leading trade show for the environment and energy markets, Pollutec 2016, will take place at Eurexpo in Lyon, France from 29 November to 2 December 201

During low flow and colder conditions wastewater treatment works can struggle to cope with high levels of ammonia. One European plant turned to WPL to inst

A provider of solids separation filter technology wanted to test its rotating belt filters as an alternative to primary sedimentation and sludge thickening

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