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United Utilities - Case Study
Drinking water treatment at Rigdaling WTW Rigdaling water treatment works (WTW) from United Utilities has a daily treated water output of 12 Ml/d. For this WTW, Paques supplied the flocculation/clarification stage comprising ASTRASEPARATOR® lamella packs for the removal of suspended solids and turbidity. Furthermore, Paques supplied the flocculation and ASTRASEPARATOR® clarifiers for wash water recovery.
Clean drinking water? A global crisis
The Global Crisis – a major implication affecting our water quality? The growing population requires more food, the food needs more water- clean water is a human necessity! By 2050 the population is estimated to grow to 9.8 billion With 70% of the world's water used in agriculture. The biggest challenge facing mankind is the Agricultural pollution and waste that enters our Global water supplies The world population doubled between 1970 to 2015. This more intensive farming with increased irrigation and...
Are you drinking water that is contaminated?
Why Distilled water by the experts There is a huge need in the world for the purest water possible, to combat the high levels of pollutants and chemicals found in today's water supply. This can be provided by the process of Distillation. see below expert opinion. http://www.distilledwaterassociation.org/ https://www.ecclesia.org/truth/water.html The serious effects of climate change through global warming will have a far reaching effect on the quality of our water, through hurricanes, cyclones, rising...
Looking Back at the Water Industry in 2017 — And Looking Ahead
Another year came and went, and we are now well into a new one, facing the approach of spring and construction season. 2017 brought about both accomplishments and new challenges not just for us here at AdEdge Water Technologies, but also for the water industry as a whole. Looking ahead at what’s to come in 2018, changing regulations and standards may pose challenges for water utilities and managers, which may require new strategies for meeting them. In the American Water Works Association (AWWA)’s...
New drinking water scheme to cut plastic bottle use by millions
Retailers, coffee shops, businesses and local authorities in every major city and town across England will offer free refill stations for people to top-up their water bottles by 2021. Water UK said today that the national scheme would cut plastic bottle use by tens of millions each year, while substantially increasing the availability of high quality drinking water. People will be able to use an app on their phone to find out where the nearest refill point is, or look out for signs in shop windows, while...