Alleviating Flood Risk

Residential properties prone to flooding in Kirk Hallam, Derbyshire prompts sewer network improvements with dB ultrasonic technology and pump control. Varying factors including population growth...

Anglian Water’s commitment to employee LIFE

“As a utility company with a wealth of moving parts, people and processes, we take our employees health, safety and wellbeing very seriously. With...

EU invests €35m to improve water quality in Ireland

A major cross-border project, which aims to improve water quality in the shared waters between Northern Ireland and Ireland through enhanced wastewater treatment, has...

Recovering value from sewage

The Importance of the Circular Economy – The linear economic model where we “take, make and dispose” of things is not sustainable. It relies...

New £72m AD plant will help Yorkshire Water reduce carbon footprint and keep customer bills low

Yorkshire Water’s £72m new anaerobic digestion plant at Knostrop Energy & Recycling Facility in Leeds has been officially opened in what is the latest...

First minister gives Stirling’s £6million green heat network seal of approval

A ground-breaking energy hub which will deliver low-carbon heat to a city community has been welcomed by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. She toured the site...

Optimisation of plant, operations and outputs of the AD, biogas & biomethane & WWTP industries

Dutch company Wiefferink’s award winning product range has been designed to optimise biogas plants, increase your profits & reduce ammonia emissions New products for UK Triple...

Optimising renewable energy

Christian Toll, CEO of AeroThermal, discusses Thermo-Pressure Hydrolysis (TPH) technology and how the business’s milestone in the handling of household and business organic waste...

11 million trees to be planted

Water companies in England have announced ambitious plans to plant 11 million trees, part of a wider commitment to improve the natural environment, to...

Motors and drives help implement Totex strategies at water companies

WEG’s team of experienced professionals has developed a number of high-profile partnerships with water industry customers that have focussed on ‘Totex’ (total expenditure) management...

Detect chlorine gas more efficiently and safely

An omnipresent all-rounder  Its typical odour revives childhood memories of swimming floats, headers off the 10-metre dive board and water slides, but this same odour...

Pumps help biofilter during replacement

Wessex Water’s recycling centre at Tetbury, Gloucestershire, contains a biofilter treatment plant which is used to remove nitrates from sewage, to improve the quality...

SDS completes strategic acquisition of Asset International Weholite business

SDS, the market-leading water infrastructure systems provider, has announced its acquisition of Asset International Ltd, which includes the exclusive rights to manufacture Weholite large...

Sheeplands Nitrate Vessel Refurbishment

All original design and installation work was carried out by Satec as well as refurbishment. Thames Water’s Sheeplands WTW processes borehole water at an average...

Collaboration on the road to resilience

A hot topic in UK water companies right now is “resilience”. ATi UK’s Managing Director, Dr Mike Strahand, believes it is a key part...

EU invests €35m to improve water quality in Ireland

A major cross-border project, which aims to improve water quality in the shared waters between Northern Ireland and Ireland through enhanced wastewater treatment, has...

Beach Landing for Harris Water Works

A new Water Treatment Works that will serve three small communities in North Harris has been delivered by sea to one of the island’s...

Maximising the efficiency of tanks

Sludge holding tanks, primary tanks, digester tanks, storm detention tanks, pumping stations and culverts: they are all tanks that play vital roles in wastewater...

Most reliable and effective way to remove scum

Installation of the UK’s first two Scum Skimmers has been completed: one on a Final Settlement Tank (FST) at Europe’s largest sewage works, Thames...

Optimised water softening systems thanks to quality-controlled regeneration

Novel water hardness monitoring For the production of soft water, ion exchangers with sodium chloride regeneration have been used for more than 50 years. The...
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