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Water & wastewater features, January 2015

Membrane system boosts water reuse

As global conditions place more stress on water resources, attention is being paid to water reuse technologies, particularly involving the reuse of difficu

 
New standard for hospital wastewater treatment

Wastewater from hospitals can contain traces of anything from viruses and multi-resistant bacteria to medical contrast agents and chemicals for cancer trea

 

Anthony Bennett looks at synergies between water treatment and power production systems and demonstrates how they can be operated to improve the overall ef

 

When the United States city of Delaware decided to introduce a new water treatment system, the challenge was to ensure a reliable, potable supply to a popu

 

Most of us take the water coming out of our taps for granted. But it can contain a broad range of contaminants including pathogens such as Legionella which

 

Restoring a whisky distillery last used for distillation in 1920 has been a major challenge for Veolia, not least when it comes to water.

 

In an industry with such large-scale inputs of power, water, and capital, small gains in operational efficiency can mean big savings or increased output.

 

The City of Cocoa water reclamation plant needed to reduce nutrients in its effluent significantly. So the city selected the AnoxKaldnes Hybrid Biofilm Act

 

Faced with the challenge of reducing the Total Maximum Daily Loads for nutrients and dissolved oxygen (DO) in the Indian River and Banana River Lagoons in

 

In a district of the German city Frankfurt am Main, a new kind of passive house with 66 apartments and a daycare center is currently being built. The build

 

Both industrialised and non-industrialised countries are bearing the burden of repeated storms, floods, droughts and temperature extremes. Alex Stephenson

 

Mark Fosshage, President & CEO, World Water Works explains how a biological treatment technology using algae promises to reduce total energy consumption by

 
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