Severn Trent uses anaerobic digestion to generate more green power than ever before

Severn Trent is now generating 38% of the energy it uses from a number of different renewable sources and the company is continuing to invest in new technology to increase that further in the...

Semi-organic sludges in the waste water treatment and biogas industries

Pumping of semi-organic sludges in the waste water treatment and biogas industries has long been the preserve of the progressive cavity pump (PCP), and with good reason.  They are able to deal with variable and...

Technology for high quality sludge is more important than ever

Studies that have highlighted the benefits from developing markets for sludge have undoubtedly been the driving force behind Ofwat’s promise to open up the Bioresources market by 2020.  The fact that it has now...

AD operators see performance benefits with micronutrient technology

As the Government pushes for more take up of Anaerobic Digesters to help achieve its 2020 carbon reduction targets, AD and biogas plant operators can ensure their own systems perform to maximum capacity with...

From sludge to bio-resources

Ester Rus is sludge and energy manager for Thames Water’s wastewater innovation. Here, she discusses the importance of renewable energy from sludge, and how the company’s innovation teams are maximising its generation Introduction to Bio-resources: In recent...
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