Solutions for the Wastewater Treatment Industry
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Solutions for the Wastewater Treatment Industry

Anaerobic digestion is one of the principal methods used by the water industry to treat primary sewage sludge. It is a preferred process in that it produces methane…

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A better, faster method for monitoring organic carbon concentration and composition in drinking water
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A better, faster method for monitoring organic carbon concentration and composition in drinking water

The primary role of a drinking water treatment plant is to provide clean, safe drinking water for consumers. Dissolved organic carbon levels are monitored and disinfectant chemicals are…

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Every customer matters
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Every customer matters

Sue Lindsay, Wessex Water’s director of customer policy and engagement, outlines the company’s commitment to improving the customer experience for all. I have been working in the water…

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New €15.3 million investment in sludge treatment process at Ballymore Eustace Water Treatment Plant
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New €15.3 million investment in sludge treatment process at Ballymore Eustace Water Treatment Plant

Project marks completion of one of the most strategically significant projects in public water supply in Ireland Irish Water, working in partnership with Dublin City Council, is delighted…

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De-watering activated sludge
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De-watering activated sludge

David Helicon, Principal Waste Water Scientist at South West Water, has developed an industry leading solution to de-watering activated sludge. The result is a more desirable agricultural fertiliser…

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Rainscape
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Rainscape

By Andrew Power Technical Manager, WSP Welsh Water has developed an innovative and sustainable approach to solving problems of overloaded sewers, called RainScape, it aims to reduce or…

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Greener Grangetown project completion marked by Welsh Environment Minister
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Greener Grangetown project completion marked by Welsh Environment Minister

The completion of the award winning Greener Grangetown project was marked by Welsh Government Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn. Greener Grangetown is an innovative £2 million partnership project…

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SuDS: Turning Grey to Blue and Green
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SuDS: Turning Grey to Blue and Green

By Mark Manning Business Development Manager, SDS Limited If only, with the stroke of a paintbrush, we could transform the grey infrastructure of our urban landscapes to blue…

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‘Rainwise’ initiative aims to tackle urban creep and climate change
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‘Rainwise’ initiative aims to tackle urban creep and climate change

Northumbrian Water, which supplies 2.7 million customers in the North East with both water and sewerage services, places communities and the environment at its heart. It aims to…

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Managing incidents with the ‘digital twin’
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Managing incidents with the ‘digital twin’

Written by Chris Jones (Northumbrian Water Group), Professor Chris Kilsby (Newcastle University) and Brett Cherry (Newcastle University) When responding to an incident that has potential to adversely affect…

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