water engineering News

  • HIG builds a better future

    Vision The idea behind the various initiatives originated many years ago and got a "boost" from the crisis in 2008 and all the aftereffects that it caused in the financial, social, economic, and energy industries. Innovative and technological solutions are being sought after that contribute to current green developments and provide added incentive for everyone, anywhere in the world. ...

  • RBF Consulting’s Scott Taylor Named Diplomate of the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers

    Nationally-Recognized Stormwater Engineer Earns Diplomate Credential IRVINE, Calif. - RBF Consulting’s Senior Vice President and Carlsbad Office Manager, Scott Taylor, PE, D.WRE, was recently named a Diplomate, Water Resources Engineer (D.WRE) of the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (AAWRE), a subsidiary of the American Society of Civil Engineers ...


    By RBF Consulting

  • New technology excites US water engineers

    A unique, highly innovative water quality monitoring technology is making waves in the North American water supply sector following initial trials at a variety of locations. Developed by Intellitect Water Ltd in the UK, the new analyser (Intellisonde™) features up to 12 sensors in a tiny sonde head that inserts directly into a pipeline through a hot tap fitting. The Intellisonde™ logs water ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • Anglian Water extends @one Alliance into AMP5

    Anglian Water Services, part of the Anglian Water Group, has extended the contract with the @one Alliance into AMP5 (2010-15 investment period). The @one Alliance will be responsible for delivering more than 50% of Anglian Water’s AMP5 capital program. The companies that make-up the @one Alliance are: Anglian Water Engineering Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions Limited Barhale ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Water Africa Nigeria and Building & Construction Nigeria Exhibitions and Seminars Visit Lagos Again in November 2007

    After the UK-based ACE Event Management’s first successful visit to Lagos, Nigeria in November 2006, they are going to repeat these two exciting international exhibitions during 14-17 November 2007. The first is the latest in the ever-popular Water Africa series for water and wastewater engineering equipment and services, Water Africa Nigeria 2007, the second is Building & Construction Nigeria ...


    By ACE Event Management

  • SkyTEM announces Mandy Long as the new General Manager of SkyTEM Canada

    SkyTEM is delighted to announce that Mandy Long has been promoted to General Manager of SkyTEM Canada Inc as of May 18, 2020. Mandy brings over 15 years of progressive experience in airborne geophysics and has a strong understanding of exploration challenges and solutions in the mineral, water and engineering sectors. We are excited to have Mandy apply her extensive managerial experience to help ...


    By SkyTEM ApS

  • Premiere – Science-tec area and new-tech area at IFAT CHINA

    IFAT CHINA this year is featuring two premieres: the 'Science-Tec Area' and the 'New-Tech Area'. These stands are presentation platforms specially for research institutions, colleges and universities.At the 'Science-Tec Area' in Hall E5 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center, international colleges and universities will have a chance to present their latest projects and research findings. ...


    By Messe München GmbH

  • Aurecon develops water infrastructure engineering skills

    Leading engineering, management and technical services company, Aurecon, has recently partnered with the Department of Water and ...

  • BD|SENSORS enhances its pressure transmitter range

    Whether in water and waste water engineering or in numerous processes in the chemical industry – it is occasionally necessary to record small system pressures and low fill levels. This arises for example in different water treatment and electroplating processes. The new pressure transmitter DMK 387 from BD|SENSORS is now available to allow these necessary measurements to be carried out ...


    By BD|Sensors GmbH

  • We’ve Created Something Special for Engineers Like You

    As a water management engineer, your time is precious. And when you need information, you need it fast. That’s exactly why we’ve created the  ...


    By Mueller Water Products

  • More starch factories find their way to Global Water Engineering for combined wastewater treatment and bio-energy solutions

    Global Water Engineering (GWE) has further strengthened its worldwide position as a bio-energy solutions provider for the starch producing & processing industry. In 2007 GWE grew its global starch effluent capacity with 1,000 tonnes COD/day in more than 10 new projects. Mr. Jean Pierre Ombregt, CEO of GWE, says “this series of new orders in 2007 confirms the reliability of our ...


    By Global Water & Energy

  • PEWE Website Update

    Over the course of 2018, PEWE underwent an entire website revamp. The website's new homepage now provides web traffic with easy accessibility to key features of our website. By selecting view products, web traffic will now be directed to our products page where they can browse our extensive process and wastewater solution catalog. The other new key homepage feature is the "estimate" tab, which ...

  • Come visit us at Achema 2012 in Frankfurt, Germany

    Frankfurt, Germany -- SnowPure will be exhibiting  at Achema's 30th World Exhibition Congress, Hall 6.1 Stand C79. We will showcase several of our spotlight products and have highly experienced technical ...


    By SnowPure Water Technologies

  • GWE secures 12th project for the SAB-Miller Group

    Global Water Engineering (GWE) secured a contract for an anaerobic and aerobic wastewater treatment plant from Backus Ate brewery in Lima, Peru. Backus brewery is part of the SAB-Miller Group, one of the world’s largest brewers, with brewing interests and distribution agreements in over 60 countries across six continents. The scope of the project includes an anaerobic ANUBIXTM-B ...


    By Global Water & Energy

  • Procorp’s Dunkelberg selected by Milwaukee 7 to help connect scientists with water technology business leaders

    Claus Dunkelberg, an engineer with Procorp Enterprises LLC, has been hired by the Milwaukee 7 (M7) economic development group to help connect scientists and water technology businesses. The M7’s goal is to facilitate innovation and entrepreneurship in water engineering, while consolidating the region’s water-technology companies to accelerate the creation of new jobs for the region - and ...


    By Procorp Enterprises LLC

  • Trimbath Joins CEC as New Vice President

    Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) welcomes William D. Trimbath, P.E., as a new vice president in the Civil Engineering practice of the firm's Pittsburgh headquarters office. Trimbath is a civil engineer with 39 years of experience in environmental investigations, site remediation, geotechnical engineering, mining, and water resource engineering for private and public sector ...

  • New low-cost eco-friendly Ballast Water Management System Flowsafe allows at-sea installation

    The FlowSafe system, designed by Flow Water engineers for the shipping industry, has close to no operational costs A new offset carbon neutral ballast water management system called FlowSafe, which can be installed at sea and runs at close to zero costs, has been designed by marine engineering firm Flow Water Technologies Ltd. The modular turnkey system is compact and, with one machine and ...


    By Flow Water Technologies Ltd

  • MABR Validated by Leading Consultancy Firm 

    MABR Technology: Background and Future Presented by Leon Downing, PhD, PE, Env SP.   Black & Veatch, a leading water industry engineering and consulting company, is conducting an ongoing validation of Fluence’s MABR technology. This presentation from November 2019's WATEC conference in Tel Aviv, Israel, by Dr. Leon Downing, sheds some light on their findings to date. Watch the full video ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Researchers design `smart` waterpumps for rural Africa

    Researchers hope to harness mobile phone technology to improve water supplies in rural parts of Africa. A team from the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, proposes installing handpumps containing devices that automatically send text messages to ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • University of Florida wins 2008 Water Environment Federation’s design competition

    The University of Florida team won the 2008 Water Environment Federation’s Design Competition October 19 during WEFTEC.08 - WEF's 81st Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference held in Chicago, Illinois. The University of Florida (UF) team's project, 'Design Alternatives for the City of Tallahassee Reclaimed Water Project” was selected from a pool of nine WEF Student Chapter design teams from ...

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