Wastewater News

  1. Municipal Utility Focus On Resiliency, Aging Water Infrastructure Drives 10-Year, $234B Pipe Network Forecast

    More than US$234B of capital expenditures (CAPEX) are forecasted over the next decade to address aging municipal water & wastewater pipe network infrastructure.

  2. Fluence Receives US$5M Contract For A Containerized System For Industrial Client In Argentina

    Fluence Corporation Limited is pleased to announce the execution of a contract denominated in United States Dollars with a value exceeding US$5M to provide a 10,320 m3 /day pre-engineered and containerized Smart Products Solution water treatment system to a greenfield lithium mining project in Argentina.

  3. Kentucky Infrastructure Project Awarded Engineering Design Feat Of The Year

    A Kentucky-based sewer collection system improvement project has been heralded by the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) during its 2019 National Design-Build Project/Team Awards competition.

  4. Waste Water Treatment Trial Of Microvi Shows Promising Results

    A new technology which aims to revolutionise the way the world’s waste water can be processed has delivered promising results at an extensive UK trial.

  5. Trump Administration Proposes To Allow Increased Coal Plant Arsenic, Mercury Pollution, Delay Coal Ash Cleanup

    The Environmental Protection Agency today announced its plan to severely roll back protections that govern the storage and disposal of toxic coal ash and wastewater from coal-fired power plants

  6. Scottish Water Demonstrates Extraordinary Advantages Of Microvi MNE For Ammonia And BOD Removal

    A trial of Microvi’s MNE technology has been completed at Scottish Water’s Waste Water Development Centre at Bo’ness, by the Research and Innovation team from Scottish Water.

  7. Clean TeQ Achieves Successful Customer Acceptance Of World First CIF® Plant In Oman

    Clean TeQ Holdings Limited (Clean TeQ or Company) (ASX/TSX:CLQ; OTCQX:CTEQF) announces the successful customer acceptance of commissioning and handover of a ground-breaking Continuous Ionic Filtration (CIF®) plant in Oman.

  8. Harnessing The Benefits Of Process Patents

    As WPL is granted another process patent for biological wastewater treatment, technical director Andrew Baird shares insights on what is involved and why it matters in terms of innovation

  9. Orange County Water And Sanitation Districts Break Ground On Project That Recycles 100% Of Available Wastewater Flows Into Drinking Water For 1 Million People

    Today, the Orange County Water District (OCWD) and Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD) celebrated the Final Expansion of the Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) with a groundbreaking ceremony attended by elected officials, project stakeholders and industry professionals.

  10. Nutrient Recovery, Infrastructure Upgrades Boost Sludge Treatment Systems Market In Europe

    The need to replenish decreasing reserves of phosphorous—a non-renewable mineral used in agriculture—and renovate existing sewage and sludge treatment infrastructure to cope with a rapidly rising urban population have emerged as the key factors driving the circular economy of the sludge treatment systems market in Europe.