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  • PuraMax® Moving-Bed Biological Reactor (MBBR) System from Bord na Mona Environmental Products US Inc.

    Designed to achieve a high quality effluent within a small overall footprint, the PuraMax System is an attached growth activated sludge process. Following a septic/primary tank, the aeration stage consists of recycled plastic media that provide an extended surface contact area for bacteria to attach. An aeration grid located at the bottom of the reactor supplies oxygen to the biofilm, along with ...


    By Anua - Bord na Móna Limited

  • NRC proposes rule saying spent fuel can be safely stored beyond reactor`s life

    The Nuclear Regulatory Commission said  in a proposed rule that radioactive spent fuel can safely be stored 60 years beyond the licensed life for operation of a nuclear reactor. The proposed rule, known as the waste confidence rule, also found it is feasible that a mined geologic repository for ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • New wastewater treatment technology to produce less sludge

    A major environmental challenge for wastewater treatment is the disposal of excess sludge produced during the process. The LIFE Perbiof project has been developing and testing a technology that will help to overcome this challenge. Results demonstrate it can perform highly effective treatment of municipal wastewater (removing 80% of the organic content) while producing low levels of sludge. ...

  • Food contamination after the Chernobyl accident

    The impact of the Chernobyl nuclear accident has been seriously overestimated, while unfounded statements presented as scientific facts have been used to strangle the nuclear industry, according to Russian researchers. Writing in the International Journal of Low Radiation, Sergei Jargin of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia in Moscow, suggests that the health effects of food ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Food contamination after the Chernobyl accident

    The impact of the Chernobyl nuclear accident has been seriously overestimated, while unfounded statements presented as scientific facts have been used to strangle the nuclear industry, according to Russian researchers. Writing in the International Journal of Low Radiation, Sergei Jargin of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia in Moscow, suggests that the health effects of food ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • 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

  • Pharmaceutical effluent to large-scale MBBR plant

    Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies will design and commission a biological waste water treatment plant to treat all effluents of an existing specialized tablets and capsules pharmaceutical manufacturing site to meet the local stringent water discharge regulation. The core treatment is an AnoxKaldnes MBBR biological treatment. The client, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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.

  • GE to present three papers detailing Wastewater Management at Singapore International Water Week

    Singapore International Water Week will take place June 1-5, 2014, in Singapore, and GE (NYSE: GE) will have experts from its water and process technologies business on-site to present technical papers and posters. Three papers will be presented as part of the “Treatment Processes and Energy Recovery—Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management” ...


    By General Electric

  • WWTP for Pharmaceutical Co

    Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies will design and commission a biological wastewater treatment plant to treat all effluents of an existing specialised tablets and capsules pharmaceutical manufacturing site. The core treatment is an AnoxKaldnes moving-bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) biological treatment. The client, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world with over 80 ...

  • AbTech Achieves Low Phosphorus Results on a Yogurt Wastewater Application

    AbTech Industries, Inc. an environmental technologies firm was invited to participate at a major yogurt company's manufacturing facility for treatment of its wastewater discharge. The goal of the treatment system was to reduce phosphorus in their discharge to avoid paying excessive fines to its local PTOW. The current plant process uses a combination of attached and suspended growth reactor ...


    By AbTech Industries Inc

  • AbTech Achieves Low Phosphorus Results on a Yogurt Wastewater Application

    AbTech Industries, Inc. an environmental technologies firm was invited to participate at a major yogurt company's manufacturing facility for treatment of its wastewater discharge. The goal of the treatment system was to reduce phosphorus in their discharge to avoid paying excessive fines to its local PTOW. The current plant process uses a combination of attached and suspended growth reactor ...


    By AbTech Industries Inc

  • Veolia Strengthens Commitment to F&B Industry at ProPak Asia 2013

    At the 2013 edition of ProPak Asia, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (Veolia) reinforces its expertise in the food & beverage (F&B) industry with the introduction of a newly-appointed regional market manager for Southeast Asia. In addition, the company will present various technologies specially suited for the specific water and wastewater treatment needs of industry ...


  • Nuclear report highlights multi billion pound UK opportunity

    March 29th 2011 - A low carbon nuclear future: Economic assessment of nuclear materials and spent nuclear fuel management in the UK explores possible future scenarios to accelerate the delivery of a safe, holistic and long-term strategy for current and future nuclear material and spent fuel management. It assesses likely costs, risks, safety and potential returns to the UK taxpayer and the wider ...


  • Veolia’s Anaerobic Solutions: Biobed® Advanced has been chosen by a global leader in food and beverage

    Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (Veolia) is proud to have once again received recognition for its Biobed® Advanced technology by one of the world’s Food & Beverage (F&B) leaders. The global company recently ...


  • Wastewater treatment from fluorine and nitrocompounds

    We continue to cover the topic of wastewater treatment from different hazardous components. Today we will adumbrate wastewater treatment from fluorine and nitrocompounds WASTEWATER TREATMENT FROM FLUORINE AND NITROCOMPOUNDS   Fluorine-containing wastewater  The wastewater from ...


    By GlobeCore GmbH

  • Making clean, high-quality fuels from low-quality oil

    Original story at MIT News New findings released by MIT researchers could help energy companies implement a long-recognized process for converting heavy, high-sulfur crude oil into high-value, cleaner fuels such as gasoline without using hydrogen — a change that would reduce costs, energy use, and ...

  • GE’s New LEAPprimary Technology reduces the energy consumption

    Characteristics of GE´s new LEAPrimary technology: High Removal of Total Suspended Solids (50-70 Percent) and Biochemical Oxygen Demand (25-40 Percent) Reduces Energy for Biological Treatment by 25 Percent and Enables Energy Recovery Replaces Conventional Clarifier/Fine Screen Technology and Fits in as ...


    By General Electric

  • GE`s Next-Generation MBR Wastewater Treatment System Slashes Energy Use, Boosts Productivity

    - Evolutionary LEAPmbr Design Offers Customers More Cost-Effective Solution to Meet or Exceed Increasingly Stringent Wastewater Treatment and Water Reuse Standards - New Membrane Bioreactor Technology is Based on Proven High-Performance, Rugged ZeeWeed Hollow-Fiber Membranes GE (NYSE: GE) has introduced a next-generation membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater treatment technology called LEAP*mbr, ...


    By General Electric

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