Big data supporting future catchment management planning

This spring and summer has seen extremes of weather persisting across much of the UK, with torrential rain followed by prolonged dry periods and unusually high temperatures. So it is a poignant time to...

The journey to professional qualifications

Obtaining a professional registration (Chartered, Incorporated or Technician) used to be seen as an absolute requirement to work in the water sector. However in recent years the proportion of staff with a formal professional...

Micronics Doppler Flow Meter used in service centres of world’s leading pump manufacturer

Sulzer one of the world’s leading manufacturers of custom engineered high-energy pumps for the oil and gas, water and hydrocarbon processing industries and power generation markets used the Micronics D550 Doppler Flow Meter in...

Sometimes, you have to be in it to win it

If your process involves the manufacture or processing of liquids and you need to know the level of that liquid through your plant, then chances are you will start your considerations of the most...

Flow measurement “Do It Once – Do it right” – SIRIS Environmental Limited

The MCERTS self-monitoring of flow scheme was introduced by the Environment Agency to govern the regulation of treated flows being discharged back into the environment, typically from sewage treatment sites within the UK. Since...

RADAR or Ultrasonic? The choice really is yours now

The battle of the non-contacting measurement methods has ‘raged’, at least for those inside the industry, for more than a decade. Only now, though, with the advent of interchangeable transducers, are users able to...

Non-invasive Liquid Flow Measurement – Keep Calm and Clamp-On

By Andrew Sutton, Managing Director, Katronic technologies Ltd. The water and waste treatment industry is one of the biggest users of process instrumentation, but also presents some of the biggest challenges. There are all the...

Accurate flow and level measurement

In this issue of the Water Industry Journal, we speak to John Hatton of TT Electronics about why precise, continuous flow and level measurement are a must for the water industry in order to...

NI Water tapping into intelligent IT systems in a bid to assess performance of...

Like other water companies across the UK, NI Water is striving to capture data on the performance of its sewerage networks - in particular discharges from Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) and Wastewater Pumping Stations...

Innovation and collaboration: what next for catchment management?

In this issue, we speak to Mott MacDonald’s Water Resources team, who work across the water sector in the UK and internationally, taking a holistic and collaborative approach to water quantity and quality challenges. Traditionally...
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