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  • Headworks ships gargantuan mahr bar screens to mumbai

    Colossal, enormous, gargantuan. Words like these are only used to describe items that are physically or metaphorically of great magnitude. Headworks Inc. is known for manufacturing the largest and most robust screens in the industry, but a recent shipment to Maharashtra, India, may set a new record for the largest pair of Mahr bar screens Headworks has ever shipped outside of the United ...


    By Headworks Inc.

  • Headworks inc. wins million dollar project in Indianapolis, Indiana

    Headworks Inc. has been awarded a purchase order to design and fabricate five (5) Headworks Mahr Bar Screens for the Belmont Advanced Wastewater Treatment (AWT) Plant in Indianapolis, Indiana – a project totaling close to $1 Million. The Belmont AWT Plant serves more than 449,000 homes and businesses in Indianapolis and surrounding communities. The plant, which is also combined with ...


    By Headworks Inc.

  • Headworks Employs MBBR Technology at the Seabee Gold Mine Operation

    Headworks, a leading provider of advanced wastewater treatment processes and equipment for municipal and industrial facilities globally, is pleased to announce that its fully owned subsidiary Headworks BIO™ Inc. has been awarded a contract by Claude Resources Inc (“Claude Resources”) to deploy the Company’s innovative Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) technology to treat ...


    By Headworks Inc.

  • Largest wastewater treatment plant in Alberta, CA selects Headworks Inc.

    Local wastewater screening manufacturer, Headworks® Inc., continues to win projects on an international level. One of the largest wastewater treatment plants in Alberta, Canada has selected Headworks to supply three Mahr® Bar Screens ...


    By Headworks Inc.

  • Headworks bio inc. signs exclusive option agreement with the texas a&m university system for use of electron beam technology

    Headworks BIO Inc, a leading engineering and manufacturing company that supplies biological wastewater treatment solutions to municipal and industrial facilities around the world, has signed an option agreement with The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS). The option agreement provides Headworks BIO with the right to negotiate an exclusive license for TAMUS’s patent pending Electron ...


    By Headworks Inc.

  • Dynatec awarded contract to install WWTP for new development

    A new apartment community in Concord, Mass. is being built with a 70,000 gpd membrane bioreactor. Dynatec was recently awarded a contract to design a two-process train membrane bioreactor system to remove BOD, TSS, Nitrogen and Phosphorus at 70,000 gpd for a new apartment community under construction in Concord, Mass.  Also, Dynatec ws awarded the contract to install the treatment equipment ...


    By Dynatec Systems Inc.

  • Smith & Loveless to host booth at WEFTEC 2013

    Lenexa, Kan.— Smith & Loveless invites media and show goers to see the latest display of pre-engineered. factory-built products in pumping, headworks and treatment at Booth No. 2654 at WEFTEC. 13, Oct. 7-9, in Chicago's McCormick Place. Smith & Loveless also invites the media to schedule interviews with Frank Rebori, president of S&L and vice chairman of the Water and Waste ...


    By Smith & Loveless Inc.

  • Jack C. Gardiner joins Biowater Technology

    Biowater Technology is pleased to announce Mr. Jack C. Gardiner has joined Biowater Technology as CEO North America. Jack is well known and respected in the water and wastewater industry and brings over 30 years of valuable experience to Biowater. Mr. Gardiner was a consultant at Aquanetus Technology Inc. developing a unique new Frac flow-back water recycle system to be deployed in the rapidly ...


    By Biowater Technology AS

  • Smith & Loveless and Kalsep UK Ltd. Showcase Wastewater Products at IFAT Stand No. A2.135

    LENEXA, Kan. — Smith & Loveless, an international leader in off-site build sewage pumping and treatment systems, invites water industry media to see the latest display of pre-engineered, factorybuilt systems for pumping, headworks and treatment at IFAT May 14-18, in Munich at Stand No. A2.135. With an installation footprint that spans more than 60 years and tens of thousands of ...


    By Smith & Loveless Inc.

  • Booth at WEFTEC 2013 a success for Smith & Loveless

    Smith & Loveless demonstrated its 2013 push for innovation and expansion with the launch of its new products in pumping, headworks and treatment at WEFTEC.13, Oct. 7-9, in Chicago’s McCormick Place. Frank Rebori, Smith & Loveless president and vice chairman of the Water and Waste Water Equipment Manufacturers Association, spoke with media at the conference. Rebori highlighted ...


    By Smith & Loveless Inc.

  • Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System lowers initial and lifetime costs, saves energy and improves system performance

    The Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System is a custom engineered headworks debris handling system that protects downstream pumps, valves and process equipment in water treatment plants and their lift stations. The cost-effective, low maintenance Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System can be used in place of bar rakes and screens as well as drum screen grinders for enhanced performance. ...


    By Moyno, Inc.

  • Yellow River Water Reclamation Facility

    Eimco Water Technologies was recently awarded the contract to supply the screening equipment for the Yellow River Water Reclamation Facility (YRWRF) Improvements Project.  The design of the equipment is based on the advanced technology of Brackett Green® Double Entry Drum Screens and will primarily include: Two (2) Headworks Drum Screens rated for 64 MGD with 5mm ProPaPanel®Two (2) ...

  • New Moyno® Max-Flow Annihilator™ Grinder System Lowers Initial and Lifetime Costs, Saves Energy and Improves System Performance

    The new Moyno® Max-Flow Annihilator™ Grinder System is a custom engineered headworks debris handling system that protects downstream pumps, valves and process equipment in water treatment plants and its lift stations. The cost-effective, low maintenance Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator replaces bar rakes and screens as well as drum screen grinders for enhanced performance. The Max-Flow ...


    By Moyno, Inc.

  • WesTech Supplies New Biological Treatment Technology to the Philippines

    Currently, only a fraction of the wastewater in and around Manila is treated.  The Philippine Government is now taking a more active role in the enforcement of the Philippine Clean Water Act of 2004.  Milestones and goals are being mandated by the government for the treating of the wastewater from roughly 13 million residents, representing a tremendous need for simple and cost effective ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Come See Us at ECO2 Booth #2107 During WEFTEC Sept. 24-28

    ECO Oxygen Technology will be sharing success stories at a booth during WEFTEC®, the Water Environment Federation’s annual technical exhibition and conference, scheduled for September 24-28, 2016 at the New Orleans Memorial Convention Center. Come see us at booth 2107 in Hall C. The ECO2 team, David Clidence, Inken Mello and Mindy ...


    By ECO Oxygen Technologies, LLC

  • KMK and Black & Veatch team awarded top honor for lakeview wastewater treatment plant upgrade

    Win Recognizes Project Complexity, Technical Excellence and Innovation    Kansas City, Mo. – Black & Veatch announced today that the project team of  KMK Consultants Limited and Black & Veatch earned the prestigious Willis Chipman Award from Consulting Engineers of Ontario for its role in the upgrade and expansion of the Lakeview Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) for ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Innovative low profile sewer overflow screen from John Meunier Inc. installed in Newark (NJ)

    John Meunier Inc., subsidiary of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, is pleased to announce that it sold a second OSLP screen for the City of Newark (NJ), USA. CSO tradition within John Meunier Inc. John Meunier Inc. started selling CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) screens in 1981 with the introduction of the ROTARC SOS screens. This technology was shortly followed by the introduction of the ...

  • John Meunier Inc. celebrates 60th anniversary in 2008

    John Meunier Inc., subsidiary of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, will be celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2008. Little did John Meunier know, when he founded the company bearing his name in June 1948, that it would be celebrating 60 years of existence and grow to become an important part of the Veolia Water Systems & Technology family of companies. His son, Gabriel Meunier, lead John ...

  • Tests underway to retrieve underground hazardous waste at Dounreay

    One of the most demanding clean-up jobs ever undertaken in the history of nuclear energy is gathering pace. It involves the recovery and packaging of more than 1500 tonnes of radioactive waste that has lain submerged for up to 50 years in the ground beneath Britain’s abandoned experiment with fast reactors at Dounreay. Tests are underway in Scotland, Germany and the USA to develop the ...

  • Wastewater treatment plant takes a bite out of tough solids

    The City of Hammonton’s original steel bar screen rusted while continually allowing debris to pass through to the oxidation ditch and final clarifier. Floatables found their way through the plant to the UV trough, clogging the RAS and internal recycle pumps along the way. Managers of the Hammonton Wastewater Treatment Plant took on the challenge of finding a more efficient screening system. With ...

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