blackwater News

  • Bioprocess Control Nominated for Blackwater & Food Waste Challenge

    The 3R-Community proposal has been submitted by Bioprocess Control, a technology and market leader in the area of advanced instrumentation and control technologies in the biogas industry. The proposal focuses on how to fully exploit and maximise energy recovery and nutrient recycling from grey water, black water and food waste streams through investing in and utilising state-of-the-art ...


    By Bioprocess Control AB

  • Bioprocess Control Happy to be nominated for Blackwater & Food Waste Challenge

    The 3R-Community proposal has been submitted by Bioprocess Control, a technology and market leader in the area of advanced instrumentation and control technologies in the biogas industry. The proposal focuses on how to fully exploit and maximise energy recovery and nutrient recycling from grey water, black water and food waste streams through investing in and utilising state-of-the-art ...


    By Bioprocess Control AB

  • Gill`s new blackwater level sensor provides improved accuracy for solid waste tank measurement

    Gill Sensors & Controls Limited has announced immediate availability of its new Blackwater Level Sensor.  The sensor's technology has been specifically developed to meet increased regulatory requirements for both black and gray water storage and processing and is suitable for use in a variety of industrial applications such as waste water treatment facilities, pumping and ...

  • Estuary monitoring agreement benefits Florida Keys waterways

    The South Florida Water Management District entered into a five-year cooperative agreement with Miami-Dade County to continue support for long-term environmental monitoring in northeastern Florida Bay, Manatee Bay and Barnes Sound. The monitoring effort documents how changes in estuary water quality impact seagrass growth off the south Florida coast. 'Our water bodies at the southern end of ...

  • Aquacell in Malibu!

    Aquacell Product Manager, Mark Meredith, will be leading an educational session on January 17th at the California Onsite Wastewater Association's Onsite Water Reuse Symposium & Technology Fair. Meredith's session, entitled 'Wastewater Reuse in Commercial Buildings: Best Practice from Down Under', will use his expertise of Aquacell's industry leading greywater and blackwater reuse technology ...

  • PHOENIX process equipment Co. is appointed exclusive US distributor by Diemme S.p.A.

    PHOENIX Process Equipment Co. of Louisville, Kentucky (USA), announces its appointment as the exclusive U.S. distributor for Diemme recessed chamber and membrane filter presses and piston-membrane pumps. Established in 1923, Diemme has developed rugged, innovative separation and dewatering solutions that are applied in a diverse range of markets including:• Mining• Metallurgical • Aggregate• ...

  • PHOENIX to announce partnership at WEFTEC 2013

    PHOENIX Process Equipment Co. has been appointed as the Exclusive North American Distributor for the SCI Horizontal Decanter Centrifuge. PHOENIX will unveil this new technology in booth 504 at WEFTEC 2013, October 7-9, in Chicago, IL. The Horizontal Decanter Centrifuge technology will expand PHOENIX's separation/dewatering technologies and process solutions in the municipal & industrial waste ...

  • Experiences with rainwater harvesting & greywater

    Despite all this rain and the subsequent, numerous, flooding incidents which have occurred throughout the UK in recent years we have also experienced, often severe, drought conditions in some areas and even now it is suggested that water supplies are under either moderate or serious levels of stress in most of England south of the Humber, a situation that will be exacerbated by demands for ...


  • aquacell™ water recycling solutions appoints US distributor

    Aquacell Pty. Ltd., Katoomba, New South Wales (Australia) announces its appointment of PHOENIX Process Equipment Co., Louisville, Kentucky (USA), as its exclusive U.S. distributor for aquacell™ Water Recycling Solutions. Established in 1996, Aquacell has conducted extensive research and development both locally and globally. They have developed innovative water management technologies that offer ...

  • Office of Public Works Implements FloodWorks within Ireland’s Largest County for Critical Flood Forecasting

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Ireland’s Office of Public Works (OPW) has implemented FloodWorks as part of its flood control and mitigation systems for Cork County Councils Munster ...


    By Innovyze

  • Living Machine System Selected for Wastewater Recycling at New Pennsylvania School; Largest On-Site Wastewater Reuse System Permitted in State of Pennsylvania

    Living Machine Systems, L3C (http://www.livingmachines.com/), the leader in ecological wastewater treatment and reuse technology, today announced that Living Machine® technology is actively treating and recycling all wastewater at Western Wayne County School District's new ...


  • Stornoway construction company fined GBP 10,000 for burning waste

    Calmax Construction Limited pled guilty today (19 September 2008) to disposing of construction and demolition waste by way of burning, and in a manner which was likely to cause pollution of the environment and harm to human health. The case was referred to the Procurator Fiscal by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). A SEPA officer noticed the plume of smoke caused by the burning ...

  • Latest news from Geovariances mining consulting corner

    Late summer has been a busy period for our consultants who have been involved in various consulting or training projects all around the world. Prediction of plant performances for Votorantim in Brazil Christophe Bessin, Resource Evaluation Consultant at Geovariances, was involved in a joint project with our office in Brazil for Votorantim as a ...


    By Geovariances

  • Study reveals mercury contamination in Fish Nationwide

    Scientists detected mercury contamination in every fish sampled in 291 streams across the country, according to a U.S. Geological Survey study released today. About a quarter of these fish were found to contain mercury at levels exceeding the criterion for the protection of people who consume average amounts of fish, established by the U.S. Environmental ...

  • U.S. Marine Corps Installs Living Machine System at San Diego Training Base

    Living Machine® Systems, L3C, a provider of industry-leading water reuse technology, today announced that the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) in San Diego will recycle blackwater for sub-surface irrigation, minimizing its water usage in drought-prone San Diego. The Living Machine system is an ecological wastewater treatment and reuse technology for black and greywater. The new MCRD system ...


  • Forty years on from the floods of 1968

    Forty years ago heavy thunderstorms were sweeping across South East England, flooding more than 14,000 properties, washing away bridges and shutting down roads and phone lines. Towns across Surrey and South London including Guildford, Farnham, Leatherhead, Basingstoke, Gatwick, Lewisham, Greenwich and Croydon all suffered after many inches of rain fell in just a few hours on ground already ...

  • EPA Honors New York Environmental Champions

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced that it has honored 25 individuals and organizations from across New York with Environmental Champion Awards for their achievements in protecting public health and the environment. EPA Regional Administrator Judith A. Enck was joined by Donovan Richards, Chair of the New York City Council's Committee on Environmental Protection, to present ...

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