sewer network News

  • €60 million to help modernise Zagreb’s water and sewage system

    The EBRD is lending €60 million to the Zagreb water company to help finance capital investments in the city’s water and sewer network in order to reduce water leakages and improve the service for a growing number of local residents. The EBRD finance is being provided to Zagrebacki Holding, a multi-purpose municipal service company wholly-owned by the City of Zagreb, under the EBRD’s A/B loan ...

  • Best possible protection against floods in residential areas

    With focus on simple and innovative solutions, we at Wapro have prevented thousands of floods worldwide. Our products are put to the test daily with chemicals, temperature changes, debris and unforeseen events. Keeping common sense and simplicity as keywords throughout development, Wapro is able to provide effective solutions which can be installed in minutes. In a residential area in ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Black & Veatch selected to lead China’s Fuzhou environmental improvements project

    Black & Veatch, a leading global engineering, consulting and construction company, announced today it has signed a contract with the Fuzhou Municipality to provide consulting services for the Fuzhou Environmental Improvement Project in Mainland China. The project is funded by the Asian Development Bank. “The effort will help provide an improved and sustainable urban environment for the city ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Acciona will build and operate Costa Rica’s biggest Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Acciona Agua has signed a contract with the Government of Costa Rica to Design & Build the "Los Tajos", a Waste Water Treatment Plant in the capital, San José. The contract was awarded by the Government of Costa Rica, through the Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewage Systems, and is worth 45 million dollars -more than 35 million euros-. The contract includes the facility's ...


    By Acciona Agua

  • Schuh steps into big savings with water supplier switch

    A Scottish retail giant is set to slash annual overheads by around £62,000 - courtesy of a change in water supplier and the identification of the contribution of a small burn. Schuh, the high street footwear group, has switched its water retail account for its 15 Scottish branches and Livingston headquarters to Thames Water Commercial Services Limited (TWCS) and as a result is set for ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • ERG’s water regenerable carbon filter cuts operating costs by 75%

    The Middle East office of Horsham-based ERG (Air Pollution Control) Ltd. has successfully supplied and commissioned the first of a new generation of odour control systems at a pumping station in Ajman, in the UAE. The odour control system uses the novel combination of a catalytic iron roughing filter followed by a carbon polishing filter using the latest water regenerable carbon technology. ...

  • TaKaDu Opens UK Office; Appoints David Kenny as UK Regional Director

    TaKaDu, a global leader in Water Network Monitoring, announced today the opening of its UK regional office and the appointment of David Kenny as its Regional Director in the UK. Mr. Kenny is joining TaKaDu from Crowder Consulting, a consultant engineering and software development company specialising in the fields of water supply, water distribution and sewer networks, where he was an Associate ...


    By TaKaDu

  • News alert: new StormCAD release from bentley fully supports United Kingdom’s stormwater modeling requirements

    Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for the infrastructure that sustains our world, today announced the release of StormCAD V8i (SELECTseries 2) United Kingdom, a localized version of the easy-to-use StormCAD software employed by thousands of engineers around the world to analyze and design storm sewer networks. StormCAD helps ...


    By Bentley Systems Incorporated

  • Haiti receives $39 million from spain and IDB to improve water and sanitation services

    One of the first programs approved by partnership that will channel $620 million in grants and loans to benefit 4 million low-income people in 12 countries The Inter-American Development Bank and the Government of Spain will provide a total of $39 million in grants and loans to Haiti in the first stage of an unprecedented partnership to tackle water and sanitation problems afflicting Latin ...

  • Big data, Sludge, and Privatisation: Outlook for water until 2022

    The deployment of smart systems, big-data technologies, and decentralised solutions for water treatment is expected to grow in the next five years as ageing infrastructure, leakage management, and intelligent sewer networks rise up the utility agenda. At the same time, markets are opening up to private sector investment, according to an updated market insight report for the water industry, ...

  • OdaLog - The Gas Monitor of Choice for Environmental Consultants

    The design and ease of use of the OdaLog makes it the perfect product for Environmental Consultants carrying out robust monitoring programmes Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) is classified as deadly and highly corrosive; the treatment of wastewater causes the release of H2S, which creates an offensive rotten egg odour. It’s this odour that can be the source of numerous complaints from residential ...


    By a1-cbiss

  • FlowWorks Clients Now Have Direct Access to FTS Environmental Data

    FlowWorks is pleased to announce that users can now connect directly to Axiom™ data loggers made by FTS. Often used for hydrology, and a prominent in North American fire weather station networks where extreme duty is required, the touch-screen enabled Axiom loggers are well known for their rugged reliability and simplicity of operation. Users of FTS loggers can now access their data ...


    By FlowWorks Inc.

  • Cambi has been awarded a contract for the thermal hydrolysis process (THP) scope

    Cambi has been awarded a contract for the thermal hydrolysis process (THP) scope of the Beckton and Crossness (Thames Water) advanced digestion projects, serving two of Europe’s largest sewage treatment works. Tamesis (joint venture between Imtech and Langs) let a subcontract to Cambi in July 2012 for the turnkey supply of 2 separate 2x3 reactor B12 Cambi plants, one for Beckton and one ...


    By Cambi Group AS

  • IAC wins evaluation and repair contract

    Saline Water Conversion Corporation ($WeC), the gcNernment corpor,ltion operating desalination plants in Saudi Arabia, recognised Ihe need for a comprehensive evaluation and rehabilitation program 10 reduce potential blockages and fOad coUapses m the extensive network of sewers at their large AI-Khobar City facility in Eastern Province of the Kingdom. SWCC floated a tender 10 evaluate and rep31r ...

  • EPA administrator Jackson and Philadelphia mayor Nutter sign landmark green city, clean waters partnership agreement

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa P. Jackson and Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter, joined by U.S. Representative Allyson Schwartz and city and federal officials, signed an agreement that represents a $2 billion investment in Philadelphia green infrastructure during an event at the Fairmount Water Works. Over the next 25 years, the Green City, Clean Waters ...

  • Our Managing Director, David Frost, talks to the SWAN Forum about all things `Smart Water`.

    Servelec Technologies is a long-time SWAN member; the aim of the SWAN forum is to increase awareness of the reasons why converting to smart, data-driven, water and waste water solutions is beneficial. Our Managing Director, David Frost, sat down with the SWAN forum and took the time to answer some questions and share his thoughts on: SMART water cities, the recent acquisition of Primayer, ...

  • Northumbrian Water Ltd fined £10,000 for Ouse Burn pollution

    Northumbrian Water Ltd was fined £10,000 at Newcastle Magistrates yesterday (24 September), for causing sewage pollution to a stretch of the Ouse Burn in Ponteland. Northumbrian Water Ltd, of Abbey Road, Pity Me, County Durham, was also told to pay costs of £3,802 to the Environment Agency, which brought the case. The company was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of ...

  • Sewer Gas and Indoor Exposure Concerns Discussed in New Video

    Today, the IAQ Video Network and Cochrane & Associates announced the release of their latest educational video. Their newest production discusses indoor exposure concerns associated with sewer gas. “Components of sewer gas include hydrogen sulfide and ammonia,” said Paul Cochrane, President of Cochrane and Associates, the company behind the IAQ Video Network. “Sewer gas ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Fighting Fatbergs with Latest Pump Technology

    Fatbergs causing flow restriction and blockage issues in city sewers Enormous human resource and costs involved in removal Correctly selected pump technology is pivotal in fighting fat, oil and grease Few will have failed to notice the increasing number of headlines relating to ‘fatbergs’, enormous congealed lumps of waste matter that are clogging sewers in major cities around ...

  • Fort Smith, Arkansas Agrees to Upgrade Sewer System to Reduce Discharges of Raw Sewage into Local Waterways

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Justice and the state of Arkansas announced that the city of Fort Smith, Ark. will upgrade its sewer collection and treatment system over the next 12 years to reduce discharges of raw sewage and other pollutants into local waterways. This work is expected to cost $255 million plus the cost of routine operation and maintenance. ...

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