Tools from R+W for underwater vehicles and robots

Working underwater presents a wide variety of challenges. Devices used in this situation must be extremely robust, with high material resistance, but they must...

Monitoring fluoride in drinking water

Fluoride is a natural mineral found in rocks, soil, water and air. Although it is an organic mineral, it is also added to everyday...

Women in Water: From an entry level role to a great career path

In the first instalment of their Women in Water series, leading Water Industry training provider, Watertrain, interviewed Lola Campbell of South West Water to...

Everything you need to know about ESOS phase 3

The government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) aims to boost the energy efficiency of UK businesses. It’s a mandatory programme that applies to larger...

SEM pitches a ‘Wee Dram’

Environmental technology solutions provider SEM was one of just six international businesses to secure a place in the recent final of the Water Dragons...

Trojan Horses for water courses

How do you deal with a harmful invasive species wreaking havoc on the UK’s water pipes? You take advantage of them being fussy eaters,...

Monitoring fluoride in drinking water

Fluoride is a natural mineral found in rocks, soil, water and air. Although it is an organic mineral, it is also added to everyday...

Cryoegg – glacier research with KELLER pressure measurement technology

Glaciers are the most important freshwater reservoir on Earth – around three-quarters of our freshwater reserves are stored in glacier ice across the planet. At...

Making raw surface water drinkable: innovation for Scotland’s peaty water

AQR has succeeded where others have failed by treating peaty Highland water to a standard suitable to drink. The low carbon, sustainable technology company...

Thames Water and HWM deliver ambitious Sewer Depth Monitoring (SDM) installation project, initially deploying almost 4,000 ultrasonic level sensors

Every day, more than 15 million people in London and the Thames Valley flush or drain 4.6 billion litres of used water. To cope...

At last – a smarter focus on wastewater flows and levels

Spills from wastewater system storm overflows have attracted much media attention, and the Government has just concluded its consultation on developing a Storm Overflow...

Watershed celebration for Irish project

Drinking water protection across Ireland has reached a ‘watershed’ moment with the culmination of five years’ work to improve river water quality. The €4.9m Source...

Water quality boost from innovative UV technology

Utraviolet technology is making drinking water even cleaner for over one million people in the North East. Northumbrian Water has invested £1.9m in the installation...

Innovation will help meet the water networks challenge

Water companies are under increasing pressure to maintain the quality of water abstracted from the environment for use in clean water networks. Lila Thompson,...

Project Case Study : Thames Water Coppermills Treatment Works, Walthamstow

Client: Barhale Ltd Background Two 1.5m diameter outflow tunnels, each being 240m in length, required inspection and clearing of approximately 300 tonnes of silt. For Barhale to...

Mixers stand the test of time

Installed in anoxic zones during 2007 at over 20 wastewater treatment plants, the Landia POP-I Flowmakers were seen at the time as the equipment...

Coir-bed passive filtration for effluent disinfection and improvement of water quality

Dr Evangelos Petropoulos Premier Tech Water & Environment There are approximately 5,000 off-mains small sewage discharges (SSD) in England annually. These predominantly involve small treatment plants...

Achieve the best performance from your WWT plant

At OMEX we understand the importance of keeping the wastewater treatment facility at optimum performance. Below our operations manager, Dimitris Theodoridis, highlights the key...

Protecting the environment at site of sewage leak

A damaged sewer main with the potential to cause severe environmental pollution prompted an emergency callout from Northumbrian Water Group to Selwood’s pump rental...

Non-thermal Plasma removes 90% of three target active pharmaceutical ingredients

Process Engineer, Ben Hazard, of Te-Tech Process Solutions, discusses the results of pilot plant trials looking at the removal of an anti-inflammatory, an anticonvulsant...