- Project Location: Ordos
- Capacity: 100,000 m³/d
- Model: 2 sets of HAST10（RizonSDI Automatic SDI Monitor - Waste water Application)
- Horizon Water Co., Ltd.
- Ordos urban water supply project Phase 1, phase 2 - Case Study
Unique Danish partnership against global water losses - Leakman, Denmark - Case Study
Nine Danish partners have formed a consortium with the objective to demonstrate the use and effect of integrated high-end solutions within Leakage Management based on Danish technologies and know-how. The nine partners represent leading technology providers, consultants, water utilities and the Technical University of Denmark. The project – named the LEAKman project – is initiated to demonstrate Danish solutions for reducing urban water loss and pave the way for new technological developments. It...
High-quality separation technology in urban mining for Brantner Environment Group Gmbh, Austria - ...
Hidden treasure, zero wasteAn enhanced separation system for a cutting-edge recycling plant Customized ANDRITZ container plant for urban mining The challenge: Improving the recycling process from waste incinerationThe Brantner Environment Group GmbH is a waste management company headquartered in Austria and operating in Central and Eastern Europe. It runs the first plant in Europe to use a special process in order to improve the results of the recycling process by maximizing the recovery rate of valuable...
Water Use in the Aerospace Industry
The aerospace industry, like all water-intensive industries, is moving toward water efficiency in the face of growing global water scarcity. The industry relies on water for a wide range of uses, such as fabrication processes, component washing, production-line cooling, and robotic waterjet cutting. The quality of water required in the industry also covers a wide range, from ultrapure deionized water on one end of the spectrum to irrigation-quality treated wastewater effluent on the other. Downstream, the...
Wetlands act as valuable urban water treatment
As cities and urban landscapes expand across the globe, water resource management continues to pose a huge challenge. Natural wetlands are often built over as cities grow, but a recent strategy of green infrastructure applies the opposite principle – wetlands are protected and constructed as part of city planning. Wetlands, whether natural or man-made, act as large-scale storage and filtration centers for water streams. Beyond providing a habitat for wildlife and greenery in otherwise urban landscapes,...
Measuring Water Stress
However it’s measured, water insufficiency affects billions around the world “Water stress” is a term we hear more and more, but its definition is not yet the same across organizations and national borders. California Water Sustainability, a project of University of California Davis, explains that one widely used tool, the Water Stress Index, is defined by the United Nations and many others as the difference between total water use and water availability. As supply and demand move closer,...