“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...

Connecting your IoT World

Adaptive Modules was established in 2001 and are pioneers of new Internet of Things (IoT) technology that allows customers to use its innovative products to reduce costs, increase efficiency and maximise profitability. The Company has...

Four steps to follow for successful sewage AD plant design

By Steven Cotterill, 3D CAD Designer, Embarking on a new wastewater anaerobic digestion project can be daunting, but a comprehensive design phase to determine the most successful layout for your site can reduce the risk. Here...

Yorkshire Water working with Anglian on sludge trade deal

Yorkshire Water is working in partnership with Anglian Water to ensure sludge can be treated efficiently. As part of the short-term partnership, sludge will be transported from Anglian’s treatment works in Great Billing to Yorkshire...

Why IIoT is set to transform water management

By Stephen Major, Nokia’s Digital Industries Lead - Utility Sector The pressure is on for water companies right now. Rising temperatures, rapid population growth and increasing urbanisation are having a huge effect on water availability. Even...

Aluminum monitoring for wastewater treatment

Reliable analysis from high to low concentration ranges Aluminum salts can be used in wastewater treatment as coagulation agent and flocculant. However, because of its toxic effect on fish, it is important to remove aluminum...

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...

Innovation driving sustainable solutions to treat Yorkshire’s wastewater

Yorkshire Water and its partners Stantec and BarhaleDoosan JV are currently constructing an integrated wetland at Clifton wastewater treatment works to help reduce reliance on energy intensive treatment processes.  Here Yorkshire Water project lead Michael...

Leveraging the cloud for better design of water and wastewater treatment plants

For many years, the availability of integrated design and process simulation packages has not serviced industrial, reuse and drinking water plant designs as well as it has for biological treatment plants. Engineers and designers in...