Data-driven insights to manage asset health

We are in a data-rich world; businesses in all sectors are embracing the opportunities to uncover previously hidden insights by analysing their data in new ways, made possible through advances in computing power. It is...

What if we simply didn’t treat wastewater?

The importance of industrial wastewater (pre-)treatment If our wastewater is going to be treated at a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) anyway, why can’t my people simply pour it down the drain?’ As BakerCorp’s Filtration Manager...

Innovating to tackle the combined sewer challenge

The Welsh Water Capital Delivery Alliance has developed an exciting innovative solution to help to manage the longstanding challenges faced by the industry from combined sewer networks. Mike Taylor at Sweco, explains how Welsh...

Water treatment first as Scottish Water trials Nyex

First major drinking water pilot for Arvia’s Nyex treatment system Trials assess effectiveness on hard-to-treat organics in raw water Tertiary treatment combines oxidation and adsorption to eliminate wastefirst long-term trial of Arvia’s Nyex...

The Dilemma of Proven Innovation

By Paul Barter, Principal Process Engineer, Hydro International The water industry loves innovation, provided it is “proven and reliable”. With tighter phosphorous consents coming into force, we will need ‘proven and reliable’ processes that meet these...

Belzona Makes Clarifier Maintenance Clear and Simple

Water Management is an essential part of many industries, for which clarifier and settlement tanks play a crucial role. Whether it is for a pharmaceutical site, a mine or a wastewater treatment plant, ensuring...

Selwood launches new environmentally-friendly S160Eco pump

Selwood, the UK’s leading pump rental solutions provider, has unveiled its new S160Eco solids handling pump which delivers increased performance and near-silent operation from an environmentally-friendly engine. The S160Eco was developed by Selwood to complement...

Engineering biology for the circular economy in water resources

At present, wastewater treatment plants play a vital role in the circular economy by treating and recycling water to the natural environment. In the future they will also act as low-carbon energy generators and...

Pump problems: wet wipes, sanitary products, and textiles causing trouble for operators

People’s bad habits of flushing wet wipes and other unwanted items down the toilet, are causing more and more problems for waste water treatment companies. Clogged pumps and other equipment are becoming a common...

Leading the way in renewable energy

Every aspect of life in Northern Ireland depends on the services NI Water provides. By supplying clean, fresh water and safely managing wastewater, it safeguards people’s health, underpins economic growth and protects the environment.  It’s...
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