clarifier upgrading News

  • EIMCO Water Technologies – Extends the life of 12 Clarifiers in Baltimore, MD

    Salt Lake City, Utah, June 7, 2006 – EIMCO Water Technologies LLC, a division of GROUPE LAPERRIÈRE & VERREAULT INC. (ticker symbols GLV.SV.A, GLV.MV.B/TSX), is pleased to announce it has been awarded an order for 12 modified Clarifiers from Shaney Construction Company Inc., Maryland. EIMCO Water Technologies will perform the modifications on the twelve 155-foot diameter suction clarifiers ...

  • Advanced Clarifier Design Increases Treatment Capacity at Miami WWTP

    WesTech Engineering, Inc. of Salt Lake City, Utah, has helped to increase the treatment capacity at the Miami Dade South District Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) by 60 million gallons per day (MGD).  WesTech has supplied four new 195’ diameter clarifiers and retrofitted six additional 195’ diameter clarifiers with the proprietary Clarifier Optimization Package (COP™) ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Advanced clarifier design increases treatment capacity at Miami WWTP

    December 22, 2011- WesTech Engineering, Inc. of Salt Lake City, Utah, has helped to increase the treatment capacity at the Miami Dade South District Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) by 60 million gallons per day (MGD). WesTech has supplied four new 195’ diameter clarifiers and retrofitted six additional 195’ diameter clarifiers with the proprietary Clarifier Optimization Package ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • North Palm Beach, Fl - Nefco Density Current Baffles Delivered to China

    NEFCO recently completed the shipment of a Density Current Baffle for the Shek Wu Hui Treatment Plant located in Hong Kong. The baffle was developed as part of a demonstration project to evaluate methods for upgrading the performance of the plant's 8 secondary clarifiers, as well as clarifiers at the several other municipal Hong Kong sewage treatment facilities. The 100 foot diameter clarifiers ...


    By NEFCO, Inc.

  • John Meunier To Supply Actiflo® Technology To The City Of Matamoros, Mexico

    Montreal, Canada — The Junta de Aguas y Drenaje (JAD) of the City of Matamoros in Mexico has chosen the Actiflo® Ballasted Floc Clarification technology for the upgrade of its water treatment plant No1. John Meunier will design and supply two Actiflo® clarifiers as well as one Actidyn® thickener and other accessory equipments. The addition of these two Actiflo® clarifiers will increase the ...

  • Biological Nutrient Removal Restores River Habitat on Long Island

    WesTech Engineering, Inc. of Salt Lake City, Utah, is helping to restore the river habitat of the Patchogue River and the Great South Bay by employing innovative technologies for the removal of nutrients being discharged by the Patchogue Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) located on the southern shore of Long Island in New York. As a part of this expansion and upgrade, WesTech supplied two ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Record pollution fine for McDonald`s supplier in China

    A french fry supplier to the McDonald's restaurant chain in China has been issued Beijing's biggest-ever pollution fine for releasing dirty wastewater, state media reported. The official Xinhua News Agency said late Wednesday that Beijing environmental officials levied a record fine of 3.8 million yuan, or more than $650,000, against Beijing ...


    By Associated Press

  • Thousands of municipal drinking water projects in US and Canada are moving forward

    The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 generated more than $2 billion in stimulus funding for U.S. drinking water infrastructure projects.  Thousands of projects have been delayed because of lack of funding.  Many of these projects are now moving forward.  Each project is being tracked in North American Public Water Plants and People. This online service with biweekly updates is ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Meeting regulations and saving energy

    As today's plants struggle with aging infrastructure and increasingly stringent regulations as well as operations and energy costs, they are looking for cost-effective ways to upgrade their plants to meet current and future requirements. Whether treatment facilities need to rehabilitate, retrofit, upgrade or expand existing assets, Siemens offers sustainable solutions that help plants reduce ...

  • Biowater wins wastewater contract

    Halden municipality in south of Norway will expand and upgrade its largest wastewater treatment plant, Remmen RA, so that effluent meets the highest environmental standards. The renovated plant will have a capacity of 42000 p.e. Biowater will deliver the core treatment processes, which include the biological treatment and subsequent clarification unit(s). The biological treatment unit(s) will be ...


    By Biowater Technology

  • Rotational Covers Cure Odour Emissions

    Preventing odour from half bridge scrappers can be expensive. The introduction of rotating covers has provided a cost effective solution. Colin Chamberlain of Corporate Engineering explains why Odour problems are at best an unwelcome nuisance. Covering the offending treatment processes can provide an effective solution but there are added complications when a process contains large moving ...


    By Corporate Engineering Ltd.

  • New standards in UK for hazardous fuel storage sites

    Oil and fuel depots across Britain must improve environmental and safety standards for the bulk storage of hazardous liquids, with the release of a new containment policy that comes in the wake of the Buncefield investigation. Developed in partnership with the oil and fuel industry by the Competent Authority (CA) for the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) – comprising the Environment ...

  • $61 Billion flow control and treatment market in 2016 in the energy sector

    The power, refining and oil and gas industries will combine to purchase pumps, valves, instrumentation, filters, clarifiers, separators scrubbers, dust collectors and other air and liquid treatment equipment totalling $61 billion in 2013. This is the conclusion in Air/Gas/Water/Fluid Treatment & Control:  World ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • GE Recognizes NRG’s Seward Power Station in Pennsylvania with ecomagination Leadership Award

    Seward Power Station Reduces Total Water Treatment Costs 25 Percent over Six Years Saves 100 Million Gallons Annually GE (NYSE: GE) has recognized NRG Energy’s (NYSE: NRG) Seward Power Station in New Florence, Pa., with its prestigious ecomagination Leadership Award for the plant’s significant improvement in water treatment and ...


    By General Electric

  • Veolia Showcases Expertise at Power-Gen Asia 2012

    From 3 to 5 October 2012, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (Veolia) will update the power generation industry with information about the latest water and wastewater treatments available for the sector. A wide array of innovations will be on display at Booth F60 (Impact Exhibition & Convention Centre, Bangkok), and Veolia will host its inaugural Water Technical Forum. Technologies at ...


  • Water treatment equipment critical for drought-ridden australia, finds Frost & Sullivan

    Population pressure and a severe drought since 2002 has constrained Australia to husband its existing water supplies. This demand for water will only increase with continued economic growth. Therefore, the country is heavily reliant on water treatment equipment, such as the advanced membrane bioreactor, to alleviate its water scarcity. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan ( ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Peristaltic Technology Offers Benefits Over Rotor and Stator Pumps at Bamford WTW

    Process Engineers at a Severn water treatment works (WTW) are benefiting from accurate chemical dosing, reduced maintenance and reliable operation thanks to the replacement of rotor and stator pumps with peristaltic technology. The peristaltic pumps, supplied by specialists, Watson-Marlow Bredel were installed at Bamford Water Treatment Works as part of a project to optimise performance at the ...

  • Here’s What They’re Saying About the Clean Water Act Proposed Rule

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a proposed rule to clarify protection under the Clean Water Act for streams and wetlands, benefitting families who rely on safe places to swim and healthy fish to eat, farmers who need reliable sources of water to grow their crops, hunters and fishermen who depend on healthy waters for recreation and work, and ...

  • Chinese government reshuffle includes new environment ministry

    China has announced a major government overhaul involving the establishment of five 'super ministries' - including the upgrading of the current state environmental protection agency (SEPA) to ministry status - and a ministerial-level energy commission. According to the planned institutional restructuring of the State Council, China will establish a national energy commission, an ...


    By Chinese Government

  • Hydro International acquires wastewater industry supplier Eutek

    Hydro International, a leading provider of environmentally sustainable products and innovative solutions that control and treat stormwater, wastewater and combined sewer overflows, has bought Eutek Systems. Founded in the early 1970s, Portland, Oregon-based Eutek is a leading provider of high-performance equipment that removes fine grit, sugar sands, abrasives and fixed solids from wastewater ...


    By Hydro International

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