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  • ThermoEnergy`s Sugar Recovery System Meets Key Environmental Demands

     At a time when regulatory agencies are increasing pressure for the disposal of wastewater containing soluble sugars, ThermoEnergy Corporation's (OTCBB: TMEN) (www.thermoenergy.com) CASTion® Sugar Recovery System is a proven, cost-effective technology to capture and recover ...


  • 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.

  • AERZEN TURBO convinces with the new concept for oxygen introduction at Wansdorf sewage plant

    The company operating the Wansdorf sewage plant, which was completed in 1998, is a co-operation between Berliner Wasserbetriebe, four municipal authorities and a special-purpose association in Brandenburg. More than half of the waste water purified in Wansdorf comes from Brandenburg, and the rest comes from Berlin. The plant was designed for a population equivalent of 200,000. As the waste water ...

  • Hatchery wash water treatment

    A WPL HiPAF Modular wastewater treatment system has been specified to treat the wash water for a global company’s large hatchery processing plant in Warwickshire. WPL were selected in a competitive bid based on the ...


    By WPL Ltd

  • Online BOD Analysis in Waste Water Treatment Plants

    The biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) reflects the demand of oxygen that is needed for the degradation of all biological degradable substances in water. Thus, the BOD, also called biological oxygen demand, is an important indicator for the assessment of the pollution of water. Its fast ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • Putting a price on water quality

    One way to clean-up water pollution is to award 'credits' to facilities that reduce their emissions. These credits can then be traded with other facilities to compensate for pollution outputs. This controls overall pollutions levels, while creating an economic incentive to reduce emissions. Research using models that simulate water quality has been used to establish the value of these credits and ...

  • Online BOD Analysis in Waste Water Treatment Plants

    The biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) reflects the demand of oxygen that is needed for the degradation of all biological degradable substances in water. Thus, the BOD, also called biological oxygen demand, is an important indicator for the assessment of the pollution of water. Its fast analyses allows the optimal ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • Waste water plant for veterinary company

    Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies is to design and commission a biological waste water treatment plant at 120m3/d to treat all effluents of a new veterinary manufacturing site in Jiangxi province. The main treatment is an AnoxKaldnes MBBR biological treatment. The choice of VWS industrial waste water expertise and biological aerobic patented solution offer the client a reliable and ...

  • Cost-effective and reliable waste water aeration

    Körting waste water aeration ejectors have been handling the toughest of challenges placed on industrial and municipal waste water treatment for a long time now. Demands for an efficient and reliable oxygen transfer system during biological treatment stages make the technology from Hanover sought-after worldwide and the number one choice of plant operators. At the end of 2014, Körting ...


    By Körting Hannover AG

  • Thailand - water pollution control industry

    The current total market size for wastewater treatment is estimated at about $1.533 billion USD, with an average growth rate of about 10% per year (government sector $613 million USD, private sector $920 million USD). In general, construction and engineering services costs are 85% of the project with the remaining 15% for equipment. Thus, the market for wastewater treatment equipment is about ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • China: Hong Kong: water resources equipment

    Hong Kong relies entirely on imported water and wastewater treatment products and technologies to meet its needs. In January 2008, the Hong Kong Government (HKG) allocated funds to build the US$8 million disinfection facilities under the Harbor Area Treatment Scheme (HATS) Stage 2A. This portion of Stage 2A has a completion date in 2009. Another US$1.02 billion will be spent before 2014 on the ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Veolia Water Technologies South-East Asia Contracted to Provide Advanced Water Solutions for Tun Razak Exchange Project in Malaysia

    As Malaysia's new international finance and trading hub, the TRX Project will be designed according to the highest environmental standards, and a key focus throughout the development will be water reuse. Veolia aims to recover at least 80% of the expected 3.8 million cubic meters (m3) of sewage generated every year, for reuse purposes within the new district, consequently reducing site-wide fresh ...


    By Veolia Water

  • Veolia Water Technologies South-East Asia contracted to provide advanced water solutions for Tun Razak exchange project in Malaysia

    Veolia Water Technologies South-East Asia is proud to announce a new 20-year partnership with 1 Malaysia Development Berhad Real Estate Sdn Bhd (1MDB RE) for the prestigious Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) Project. As Malaysia's new international finance and trading hub, the TRX Project will be designed according to the highest environmental standards, and a key focus ...

  • 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 £1,000. ...

  • Solarbrook Water & Power Corporation Leach Aid Study Progress

    (PINKSHEETS: SLRW) Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation has finished the first studies on a treatment system for high BOD and Nitrogen Wastewater in Virginia. This project is in conjunction with studies by AquaMag, and consists of solids removal and biological treatment of leach aid from landfills to reduce BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand), COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand), as well as Nitrogen ...


  • City of Los Angeles Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant selects innovative water reuse solution to address need for water security

    As California faces one of the most severe droughts on record, water reuse is an essential and sustainable solution that will help secure the state’s water needs. Xylem (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, has been commissioned to deliver a unique water reuse solution to help increase the supply of ...


    By Xylem, Inc.

  • Gee & Co high-tech methanol dosing for Southern Water

    Five sewage treatment works in the Southern Water region are to use sophisticated methanol dosing plant manufactured by Gee & Company and utilising Signal metering pumps for the de-nitrification of final effluent, utilising biological treatment. Procurement of the equipment is being carried out for Southern Water by 4D via Black & Veatch.Methanol, readily available as a high carbon ...

  • River Water Quality indicator for sustainable development - 2008 results

    The river water quality indicator is one of the 68 indicators of the Government’s Sustainable Development Strategy. It separately measures biological and chemical river water quality on an annual basis and the indicator for each represents the proportion of river water, in terms of river length, which is considered to be of “good” quality. Headline results In England: 72 per cent of river ...

  • U.S. Water Under Pressure as Ethanol Production Soars

    WASHINGTON, DC, October 10, 2007 (ENS) - If U.S. ethanol production continues to rise, the effect on water quality could be considerable and water supply problems could develop, says a new report today from the National Academy of Sciences' National Research Council. Increased pressure on local aquifers used to grow and refine ...

  • Railway Company Settles Clean Water Act Violations in Maine and Mass.

    Pan Am Railways has agreed to settle EPA allegations that they violated the federal Clean Water Act at two of its railyards operating in Waterville, Maine, and East Deerfield, Mass. The company has agreed to pay a fine of $152,000 to resolve the violations. According to allegations in a complaint filed by EPA this past winter related to the Waterville facility, Pan Am violated the conditions of ...

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