Why the water industry must do more to tackle cyber crime

Water Industry Journal talks to Andy Wall at Atkins about the threat of a cyber attack on your company and the potential consequences. As you read this article, someone somewhere may be targeting your company...

Constant improvement the theme for water company boss

The days when water companies just dealt in water are long gone. Today, they take a much more holistic approach to the impact that they have on the areas in which they operate. That is...

Farming algae to treat waste water

A collaborative project between the University of Bath’s Water Research & Innovation Centre (WIRC) and Wessex Water is using high rate algal ponds to remove nutrients from waste water and creating an added value...

Detect chlorine gas more efficiently and safely…

Toxic sludge, aggressive chemicals & flammable gases means work in water treatment plants, sewer systems, tanks or pipelines can be dangerous. Its typical odour revives childhood memories of swimming floats, headers off the 10-metre dive...

Selwood introduces new high-performance S150 pump with low emissions

We are delighted to launch a new addition to our market-leading range of S150 pumps, designed to to offer improved performance while meeting stringent new emissions regulations. The new version of the solids-handling unit contains...

Efficient municipal wastewater treatment with OMEX’s trace element additives

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 as a usable by-product, reduces sludge...

WPL installs first SAF for Czech Republic

The Czech Republic’s first-ever submerged aerated filter (SAF) wastewater treatment system has been installed in the village of Drínov, 30km north of Prague. The plant is part of a £1.5m municipal sewerage scheme to...

Tackling the growing sludge problem

Volatile solids content – substances that can easily transform from a solid to vapour without going through a liquid phase – in UK sludge is already over 50% higher than it was in the...

The rising tide of sludge blanket detection – control, compliance and cost savings

Sludge Blanket detection is critical to the effective management of fundamental sludge processes and to achieving the significant downstream benefits that derive from proper sludge resource management. Automatic process balancing, control of penstock and...

Clean water is like medicine

WaterAid employs about 1,000 people in 38 countries to provide safe water and toilets to communities. Its work is carried out in partnership with hundreds of non-governmental organisations, government agencies, academic institutions and private...
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