MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF PHOSPHORUS

The financial constraints of Ofwat’s final determinations for PR19 now mean that water companies not only have to reduce phosphorus discharge levels but also ensure that this is achieved as cost effectively as possible....

Combined expertise brings an innovative approach to phosphorus removal in AMP7

The Trant Group is pleased to announce the launch of Te-Tech Process Solutions. Building on Trant’s success as an EPC contractor in the water industry, the new company will be providing innovative products for...

Alkaline Chemical Phosphorous Removal with Magmex from OMEX Environmental

Many industrial manufacturing processes will result in the production of acidic waste streams. Where these undergo on site treatment, they are likely to require neutralisation before discharge, in order to comply with a discharge...

Removal of Phosphorus in off-mains decentralized wastewater treatment plants (<50 people equivalent (PE))

By Dr Evangelos Petropoulos, Technical Manager, Premier Tech Water and Environment Humans, as all living creatures, require nutrients (i.e. nitrogen and phosphorus) to maintain vital functions. When the appropriate facilities are not present and/or are...

£20M IT UPGRADE FUTURE-PROOFS LONDON WATER SUPPLY

The complex computer systems which control London’s drinking water supplies have been upgraded while keeping the taps running in a “monumental” £20 million project by Thames Water. Moving from the 25-year-old RTAP system to the...

Welsh Water’s smarter catchment management

Esri builds the world’s most powerful mapping and spatial analytics software. In the process, this global market leader in geographic information systems harnesses the concept of location, location, location to drive both efficiency and...

VICTORIAN KATRINE AQUEDUCT UPGRADE COMPLETED

A major upgrade to the Katrine Aqueduct, which was built in Victorian times and serves more than 1.3 million people in parts of Greater Glasgow and the central belt, has been completed. The £20 million...

Makeover of the century for Lancashire water works

A water works built to quench the thirst of Lancastrians during the roaring 1920s is getting a major makeover in the 2020s. Hodder, built near Slaidburn village in the Forest of Bowland in 1927, contributes...

AI successfully detects blockage formations for Wessex Water

Machine-learning technology trialled on part of Wessex Water’s sewerage network has identified early forming sewer blockages in real-time with a 92% accuracy rate, whilst also enabling an operational shift to condition-based maintenance approach, says...

Collaborative summit to explore future of FOG

A collaborative event will bring together water, wastewater and sustainability experts to explore new ways of tackling fat, oil and grease (FOG) in sewers and pave the way for a blockage-free future. Now in its...