Circular economy technologies highlighted at virtual event

Three innovations bringing circular economy thinking closer to water utilities’ daily operations were the focus of the latest Water Action Platform webinar. The event, which took place on 12 November 2020 and was hosted by...

Fuzzy logic clear up blockage prediction for Yorkshire Water

Wastewater monitoring has proved a difficult nut to crack for water companies in the face of increased pressure from regulators, government and customers to reduce pollution incidents across the UK. Yorkshire Water, in collaboration...

Bath academics help to track coronavirus in schools by monitoring wastewater

Bath researchers to take part in TERM project to monitor wastewater in 70 UK schools for evidence of coronavirus Working with other UK universities, they aim to create an early-warning system to...

Flood prevention through waste water network monitoring

This year in the UK, November 9th-15th was the Environment Agency’s annual Flood Action Week, which aims to encourage the public to better understand their property’s individual flood risk, especially as the climate is...

Ultrafiltration membranes come of age

SUEZ’s Water Technologies & Solutions team can solve customers’ toughest water and wastewater process challenges wherever they occur. With more than 50,000 customers and 10,000 employees around the world, the company’s global footprint and...

Improving control and yield in gravity thickeners

Gravity thickener machines are widely installed and used in waste water treatment plants, water treatment plants as well as in a wide range of industries with waste or solids separation requirements like; food and...

New low cost Compact 80 GHz level sensors

Water and waste industries – more to choose The VEGA radar family has grown, with the latest VEGAPULS series of units for continuous level measurement. Based on the latest FMCW 80 GHz technology and a...

Safeguard your sewage AD plant from the 5 hidden causes of CHP shutdown

Combined heat and power (CHP) gas engines are one of the most expensive pieces of equipment on an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant. They are also one of the most important, as a CHP engine...

Invest in dosing system maintenance to cut costs

Lack of investment in maintaining chemical dosing systems can be an expensive mistake. Graham Ward of WES highlights the risks and costs associated with poor maintenance, outlines what is needed to keep equipment working well...

OMEX help your facility run at optimum performance

At OMEX we understand the importance of keeping the wastewater treatment facility at optimum performance. Below our operations manager, Dimitris Theodoridis, highlights the key points to achieve the best performance from your WWT plant: Keep...