Why it’s smart to increase your sewer network monitoring

Effectively managing hundreds of thousands of miles of sewer network is an unenviable task. And with ever-changing industry regulation, stricter statutory targets, additional compliance and a growing abundance of technology, that task could easily...

Buried or submerged closed pipe flow metering

Buried flow meters for lowest installed cost Many seasoned water professionals may throw their hands skyward at the mere suggestion of burying flow meters underground. They will more than likely remember the manufacturer promises made...

“It’s one minute to midnight”: why adaption is now as vital as mitigation in...

Opening up COP26, Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared “it’s one minute to midnight on that doomsday clock” in his attempt to illustrate the seriousness of the climate threat we all face. While world leaders gathered...

The future of Odour & H2S Monitoring at wastewater treatment plants

Author: Andres Quijano, Solution Design Engineer - North Americas at Envirosuite The wastewater treatment industry has come a long way since its inception, playing the role of an unsung hero in our lives. According to...

Digitising engagement to support a collaborative approach

Severn Trent As our drainage and wastewater systems face ever increasing pressures they need to become more resilient. Whilst sewerage companies already carry out wastewater catchment planning to mitigate future risks, these wastewater assets interact...

Flow Cytometry: An alternative to classic HPC measurement

Quantifying bacterial concentrations in water samples is a necessary process to evaluate and contain microbiological contamination. Heterotrophic plate count (HPC) measurement is still the standard method to determine microbial contamination, yet a number of...

Using AI to understudy system experts and optimise plant performance

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are making a large impact in many fields, and the water sector is no different. With operators facing constant pressure to boost plant efficiency and to deliver maximum value...

Southern water resilience projects

For the past two years Southern Water has been conducting a far reaching project aimed at delivering Zero Pollutions by 2040. We aim as a business to have achieved our ambition for zero pollution,...

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...