FREE WEBINAR: IC-ICP/MS Analysis of Trace Chromate

Wednesday 27th July  1pm Metrohm USA will host a webinar titled IC-ICP/MS Analysis of Trace Chromate. This webinar will contribute to addressing the public health issue by presenting a robust and sensitive method for the...

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 items like toothpaste, mouthwash and water supply. Fluoride helps prevent tooth...

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 the poles, the large ice sheets covering Antarctica and Greenland...

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 has proven their AQR Safe Water® system in a three-year...

Thames Water and HWM deliver ambitious Sewer Depth Monitoring (SDM) installation project, initially deploying...

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 with this huge demand, Thames Water maintains a complex 68,000-mile...

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 Discharge Reduction Plan (SORP). Andy Godley, from the Water Research...

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 to Tap project explored sustainable, cost-effective catchment management measures designed...

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 of the disinfection system at its water treatment works at...

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, chief executive, British Water, outlines the expectations up to 2030...

From niche to normal

Innovation in the water industry by Nick Haskins. How do you get an innovative technology adopted as ‘business as usual’ in the water industry? The initial step is always a trial. It is clear from the...