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  • Dewatering bin carryover study

    Bottom ash dewatering bins (hydro-bins) at coal fuel utility plants allow ash material to carry over to ash settling ponds, or in the case of closed loop systems, re-circulate suspended ash solids, resulting in the following problems: Frequent and expensive dredging of settling ponds Excessive wear on system components caused by re-circulating suspendedsolids Labor intensive manual ...


    By Entech Design, Inc.

  • WEEE!! Don’t bin It Recycle IT

    Every year people buy thousands upon thousands of electrical equipment in the UK alone. Every year British people then throw away thousands of electrical items and why not. Since the introduction of the WEEE directive on 1 July 2007 home uses have been able to take their old electrical equipment to the local council house hold waste recycling centre for recycling. All county councils in the UK ...


    By Recycling4you Ltd

  • Satisfying Demand for Backyard Compost Bins

    THE REGIONAL Solid Waste Management Plan (RSWMP) for the Portland, Oregon Metro region encompasses the more than 1.3 million residents in three counties and 24 cities who are served by Metro, the only directly elected regional government in the United States. Metro provides transportation and land-use planning services, and oversees regional disposal and recycling and waste reduction programs. ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Assessing sanitation service levels

    Conventional sanitation ladders rank sanitation in increasing complexity of technological options. However, sanitation improvement is not as straightforward as the concept of “a ladder” with incremental improvements, might suggest. For example, from the user perspective, a VIP toilet may in some circumstances be a better option than a septic tank system. There is a wide gap between ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • New sludge blanket level analyzer from Entech

    Entech Design, Inc.’s BinMinder 9300 features a multi-channel analyzer designed for superior sludge level detection in the full range of water and wastewater applications. The system consists of an analyzer that is capable of operating from one to four sensors or transducers for reliable and cost-effective measurement. Measurements are made by transmitting a high frequency sound wave and ...


    By Entech Design, Inc.

  • Water Governance in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Multi-Level Approach

    The water debate in relation to poverty alleviation has one dimension that is often sidelined: its relationship with public governance. This report attempts to shed some light on the governance of water policy in Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries. It argues that  ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Water infrastructure security against Al Qaeda`s revenge for the death of Bin Laden

    On May 2, 2011, the United States (U.S.) President Barack Obama announced that the U.S. forces killed Osama Bin Laden, the world's most dangerous terrorist leader that killed approximately 3000 Americans on September 11, 2011 (9/11) terror attacks. Currently, the U.S. intelligence is in possession of valuable materials of Al Qaeda operations (Thomas, 2011). Terrorist attack plots include water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Comprehensive monitoring of appropriate wastewater treatment at national and global level

    Coordinator:Korea Environment Institute (KEI) Where: Palais des Congrès (Rez de Jardin Level)- PC 2 - Endoume 3 When: Thursday 15 March 1700 - 1900 Targeted audience: Policy makers, practitioners, service providers, civil society To build comprehensive monitoring system at national and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Sustainable sanitation services for all: how to involve the different political levels to implement an integrated sanitation chain approach

    Sanitation is vital for the betterment of public health and social development. But in low and middle income countries, billions of people still lack access to improved sanitation and sustainable sanitation service delivery. Evacuation and treatment are also rarely taken into consideration. And in developed countries, a great deal of efforts still needs to be made in order to prevent poor ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Summary of the High-Level Meeting of the Global Thematic Consultation on Water in the Post-2015 Development Agenda

    The High-Level Meeting of the Global Thematic Consultation on Water in the Post-2015 Development Agenda took place from 21-22 March 2013, in The Hague, the Netherlands. The meeting consisted of the Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Water in the Post-2015 Development Agenda, also called “Wings for Water,” which took place on 21 March, and the celebration of International World Water Day on ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Study on traffic noise level of sylhet by multiple regression analysis associated with health hazards

    Noise is unacceptable level of sound that creates annoyance, hampers mental and physical peace, and may induce severe damage to the health. Along with the increasing degree of air and water pollution, noise pollution is also emerging as a new threat to the inhabitants of Sylhet City. Exposure to high level of noise may cause severe stress on the auditory and nervous system of the city dwellers, ...


    By University of Tehran

  • Climate Change, Various Adaptation Efforts are Underway at Key Natural Resource Management Agencies

    This report examines (1) steps key federal natural resource management agencies—Forest Service, NOAA, Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, and Bureau of Land Management—have taken since 2007 to address adaptation and (2) ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Report on Knowledge Exchange Workshops on an Ecosystem Services Approach

    The WATERS project aims to support the planning processes of decentralized environmental management, in particular to take better account of the pressures caused by future environmental change. To achieve this, VSO volunteers working in 4 districts (Nsjane, Chikhwawa, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Guide for Wastewater Management in Rural Villages in China

    This Guide is intended to be a useful resource for Chinese policy makers and practitioners. It includes a review of historical and current policies and practices related to wastewater management in rural China. The guide outlines a framework and strategies for establishing municipal and village level wastewater management programs in line with the country's New Socialist Countryside Initiative. ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Domestic collections complaints management

    This paper will review the way multiple bin-size resident-choice service options per elecoral division are managed by software at Gold Coast City Council. The GCCC model has seen a turn around in the way residential collections are monitored and managed. In this beachside region with a population of some half a million residents, this popular tourist area also supports around 10 million visitors ...


    By Wastedge.com

  • It’s a ‘no’ to Pay-as-you-throw

    Axion Director Keith Freegard, recently spoke to Local Authority Waste and Recycling arguing against a Pay-as you-Throw scheme suggesting an element of ‘punishment’ could be counter-productive in increasing recycling rates. In my view, the Pay-as-You-Throw principle would not be a good idea because it is another example of trying to use a ‘stick’ to punish people for their ...

  • Keeping/ reconstituting groundwater

    In urban areas the rainwater often is (was) fast drained away. That leads to a shift in the water balance, infiltration and evaporation declined compared with the natural conditions. Caused by the missing infiltration, the groundwater level decline, which could have irreversible consequences for ecosystems like wetlands, lakes or rivers (because of missing low flow runoff). ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Compactor monitor resort hotel case study

    Large resort hotel with highly variable levels of business due to seasonality. Garbage compactor was on a regular service schedule, twice per week. Compactor often was not full when picked up by hauler. Seasonal variations meant large variation in waste volumes generated. Engineering staff had no accurate method to measure compactor fill level. The ...

  • Methodology for Optimal NRW Program Design

    During 2009-2010, RTI International developed and published a financial model which calculates the financially optimum level of Non-Revenue Water (NRW). The model computes a steady-state target for NRW reduction and control programs, based on site conditions and local costs. The model was presented at IWA Water Loss Specialist Conferences in Cape Town and Sao Paulo and other international ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Egypt: Financing local water management

    The Nile provides Egypt with 90% of its direct water needs and 97% of its agricultural irrigation requirements. The near monopoly the Nile has on Egypt’s waters has, throughout history, shed a level of centralization on its water management. The Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation (MWRI) is the main responsible body for managing the distribution and drainage of water, the protection ...


    By IWA Publishing

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