wastewater treatment problem News

  • Water associations challenge EPA steam power plant rule

    In a brief filed Monday in the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, ...

  • Frack wastewater treatment

    Natural gas producers and public water companies in the US race to meet the 19th May deadline, when they will no longer be able to release contaminated hydrofracking water into the state’s rivers. Altela has developed a technology, validated by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) and the US Department of Energy (US DOE), which meets the new regulations for clean ...

  • A Simple Solution for Degassing Problems

    Some chemicals are susceptible to giving off gas while being moved or pumped. This challenge is especially complicated when this gas could get trapped in a small volume pump. Then the pump would not move any liquid as the gas trapped in the pump chamber would expand and contract with each stroke without moving any liquid. Fortunately, this is an issue AquFlow can easily overcome. We have a ...

  • Oily wastewater treatment

    Vegetable oil processing plants and the catering trade often generate a large amount of oil-containing wastewater, which causes serious environmental problems. An article in Water Science and Technology examines the feasibility of treating such WW using an integrated microfiltration-reverse osmosis (MF-RO) process. In recent years, large quantities of effluents have been produced by the vegetable ...

  • EC takes legal action over Greece for lack of wastewater treatment & waste landfill problems

    The European Commission is taking legal action over two cases where Greece is violating EU legislation designed to protect human health and the environment against pollution from waste water and solid waste. In one case the Commission is launching an infringement procedure against Greece for not putting in place the required infrastructure for collecting and treating waste water in 12 towns and ...

  • PCPs and endocrine disrupters in wastewater treatment

    Aqua Enviro is organising a training on the Fate of Pharmaceutical Personal Care Products and Endocrine Disrupters in Wastewater Treatment on 16th February in Leeds (UK). Aim is to understand the potential risk of these materials to the aquatic environment, learn about the necessity to remove these compounds and identify business opportunities for removal technologies and strategies.  As ...

  • 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

  • New Campaign Won`t Fix Old Problems

    MANITOBA’S LACK OF REGULATIONS PUTS RIVERS AT RISK The Province of Manitoba has put together a snazzy new campaign with the slogan “Spirited Energy” to enhance its image. While catchy, Manitoba’s lack of stormwater treatment regulations amid strong commercial growth is not exactly “spirited.” In fact, this absence may cause environmental problems that could cost the province millions to ...


    By Actual Media

  • ReportsnReports - Water and Wastewater Treatment Technologies: Global Markets

    The global market for wastewater treatment delivery equipment, instrumentation, process equipment, and treatment chemicals will increase at a 10.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to exceed $93 billion in 2016, from a 2011 value of nearly $57 billion. The most rapid growth will occur in the delivery equipment product group. This sector is estimated ...


  • Seaweed problem could provide algae biofuel solution

    It has often been used as a farmland fertilizer, and in some communities it is eaten as a vegetable, but now researchers believe that seaweed could power our cars and heat our homes too. One species of algae in particular, sugar kelp (Laminaria saccharina), is exciting scientists from Norway. ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Russian water and wastewater treatment market in full recovery

    The economic downturn had a moderate impact on the development of water and wastewater treatment market in Russia. However, the recovery has already started supported by financial programmes, increasing private investments in municipal and industrial sectors as well as urgent need to rehabilitate old and inefficient infrastructure. In fact, the Russian water and wastewater sector has been ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • DAS-Wastewater Treatment for an Argentinean soft drink producer

    Argentina is World Champion - World Champion of soft drink lovers. According to a study from Euro Monitor International, nowhere in the world are more of these soft drinks consumed. On average, each Argentinian drank 131 liters in 2012. Even in Chile (2nd place, 121 liters) and Mexico (3rd place, 119 liters) the drinks are popular. The South American soft drink producer Refres Now S.A. also ...

  • LuminUltra`s biomass monitoring solutions for biological wastewater treatment free webinar

    In this webinar (Thursday, February 13, 2014 @ 2:00pm EST) , we'll give you a brief overview of the technology, how it compares to traditional microbiological testing methods and an in-depth overview of the capabilities of 2nd Generation ATP testing in Biological Wastewater Treatment. Sign up today! Learn how 2nd generation allows you to: Detect toxicity ...


    By LuminUltra Technologies Ltd.

  • New Logic´s Vibrating Reverse Osmosis Membrane System Solves Leachate Treatment Problem at Ecuador´s El Inga Landfill

    New Logic Research announced today the successful commissioning of another VSEP vibrating membrane system at a municipal landfill – this time in Quito, Ecuador. The RO system takes landfill leachate from storage ponds and filters it to create clean water that is recycled and used as irrigation water. The water permeating from the system has only about 50 parts per million of dissolved ...


    By New Logic Research, Inc.

  • Honolulu Must Address Problems That Led to Waikiki Sewage Spill

    WASHINGTON, DC (ENS) - The U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. EPA, the Hawaii Attorney General's Office, and the Hawaii Department of Health have reached an interim agreement with the City and County of Honolulu that will correct the worst problems in Honolulu's wastewater collection system. This settlement resolves a civil enforcement action that the United States and ...

  • Xylem to improve efficiency and reduce cost of wastewater treatment in Colombia

    Xylem Inc. (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, has won a contract worth $517,000 to develop and install a secondary wastewater treatment solution that will eliminate effluent odor problems and significantly improve water quality in Tolu, a town located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. The Xylem solution ...


    By Xylem, Inc.

  • Biowater’s wastewater treatment system upgrades lagoon to exceed permit limits in ¼ of the space

    New stricter ammonia limits and cold weather nitrification are two of the many issues that hinder a lagoon based wastewater treatment system. In an area where the seasonal temperatures are low it is impossible to nitrify in the lagoons. Biowater’s system handles both of these issues with ease and is less expensive than other retrofit solutions - <$1 per gallon to treat wastewater. A ...


    By Biowater Technology

  • Pima County innovates with electronic noses to monitor odor at wastewater treatment plant

    The first permanent U.S. installation of a unique technology that can “smell” an odor problem before it occurs recently went on line in Tucson, Arizona, according to the technology provider, N.A. Water Systems, a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies company.OdoWatch® is now operational at the Roger Road Wastewater Reclamation Facility, where six e-noses (electronic noses) calibrated to smell ...

  • EEC Europe Ltd Servicing the European Wastewater Treatment Markets

    EEC’s process and products have been used for many years in the European major markets for solutions to wastewater treatment problems, with their well established ‘High-Speed Bio Tech System’ incorporating the MBBR process for a variety of applications in both the Municipal and Industrial markets. A recent Agreement between EEC Europe Ltd and Devise Engineering an internationally renowned Design ...


  • Large Meat Processor Exceeds Wastewater Treatment Limitations Using Existing Facilities

    Wastewater from a meat processing plant is a complex mixture of all sorts containing excrements, blood, cleaning and flushing water as well as wastewater from hygiene systems.  Nordfjord Kjott in Stryn, Norway was no different.  Nordfjord was having compliance issues with effluent equivilent to the sewage of 35,000 inhabitants being discharged to the municipality.  In addition, the ...


    By Biowater Technology

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