Underground Water Articles

  • Can technology assist NFM (Natural Floodplain Management) and by extension SUDs solutions?

    At Aquobex and our partners Groundwater Dynamics we believe it can. In fact, we believe it will allow the ideas to be migrated and implemented in urban areas as well. Natural Floodplain Management (NFM) is an emerging solution that is gaining traction with communities and the Environment Agency for a number of reasons aside from simply Slowing the Flow of impending ...


    By Aquobex Ltd.

  • PwC Barrier Solution - Case Study

    Background ...


    By Aquobex Ltd.

  • IPEX System XFR with MJ Grey Couplings Delivers Better Drain System Case Study

    Rising eight stories above the Appleby Line frontage in Burlington, Ontario, “The Williamsburg” is intended to open late 2013 and offer seniors the ultimate experience in retirement living. Owned and operated by Burlington-born brothers and retirement and residential development veterans Sean and Kelly ...


    By IPEX, Inc.

  • Twin Oaks Treatment Plant Case Study

    Population growth and federal water quality mandates are necessitating water providers across the country invest in new water treatment facilities. Shrinking water supplies are also demanding systems reevaluate how their “dirty” water is utilized. This is particularly true in the Southwest, where water scarcity and growth are nothing new. Northwest Pipe Company’s engineered ...

  • 6 Osmosun BW20 & 30 – Gaza Province, Mozambique – Case Study

    6 OSMOSUN®BW20 & 30 – Gaza Province, Mozambique 6 OSMOSUN® Brackish Water units, producing between 20 and 30 m3 per day, only powered by solar energy and no battery. The 6 OSMOSUN®BW20 and 30 desalination plant, based in Gaza Province in Mozambique, are fed by underground brackish water and operated by ...


    By Mascara Renewable Water

  • NCRA incorporates GHG management, centralizes all compliance objects in Enviance system - Case Study

    Energy Cooperative Easily Integrates GHG Program With Existing Air Emissions Inventory National Cooperative Refinery Association (NCRA) is an inter-regional cooperative engaged in crude oil acquisition, transportation, refining and ...


    By Enviance, Inc.

  • BeiYi makes contribution to Beijing Winter Olympic Game.

     (May 9th), a 6 meters high, 3 meters wide countdown erected in the national speed skating hall on the south side of foundation pit construction is tense. Countdown display: from December 31, 2019 there for 600 days, and the "great craftsmen, winter ...

  • Moving Away From Dams for Water Storage

    With California facing more drought, it’s important to consider more efficient options like aquifer recharge ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • BeiYi makes contribution to Beijing Winter Olympic Game.

     (May 9th), a 6 meters high, 3 meters wide countdown erected in the national speed skating hall on the south side of foundation pit construction is tense. Countdown display: from December 31, 2019 there for 600 days, and the "great craftsmen, winter pioneer, day and night, decisive success" four ...


    By lydite trading company

  • Can Toilet-to-Tap Overcome Yuck Factor?

    UC Riverside researchers use a taste test for recycled wastewater ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Australian Cities Adopt Wastewater Reuse

    Getting past old attitudes is a key to keeping up with growing water needs ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • PS Bangor City - Case Study

    Landustrie supplied two Landy Archimedes screw pumps for doubling the capacity of water storage in the underground storm water bassin at Pumping Station Luke's Point (Northern Ireland Water). With a capacity of 1,200 l/sec these screw pumps enable the station to deal with heavy rainfall and reduce flooding. Both screws dimension 1950 mm diameter and 6 meter long. Special feature is the use ...


    By Landustrie Sneek BV

  • The Trouble with Sandags

    The Problem With Sandbags Sandbag dikes are the most common but temporary method used to protect property from flood damage and have been used in this manner for some 150 years. Sand is a common yet relatively cheap material and is readily available to most communities. A properly constructed sandbag dike can be effective, but sandbag dikes can ...


    By Rapid Barrier Systems Inc.

  • The Problem With Sandbags

    Sandbag dikes are the most common but temporary method used to protect property from flood damage and have been used in this manner for some 150 years. Sand is a common yet relatively cheap material and is readily available to most communities. A properly constructed sandbag dike can be effective, but sandbag dikes can fail. Here’s why! Improper Construction ...


    By Rapid Barrier Systems Inc.

  • Protective coatings for underground utility concrete structures

    As our cities and municipalities grow older, the utility and wastewater infrastructure and corrosion preventive program for underground asset protection are aging with them. Municipalities and Utility Companies are struggling to handle rehabilitation measures and effective corrosion prevention programs to deal with prolonging the life of their buried assets. More municipalities are in the process ...


    By Sauereisen Inc.

  • Brackish Water as a Resource

    There’s a great deal of talk and debate about the value of treating brackish water, or water that is more saline than fresh water, but not quite as saline as seawater. Brackish water can result from the mixing of seawater with fresh water, as in surface waters such as estuaries or other watery ecosystems, or it can occur underground in aquifers. ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Brackish Water as a Resource

    There’s a great deal of talk and debate about the value of treating brackish water, or water that is more saline than fresh water, but not quite as saline as seawater. Brackish water can result from the mixing of seawater with fresh water, as in surface waters such as estuaries or other watery ecosystems, or it can occur underground in aquifers. Salinity Levels Although ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Technology for treatment of groundwater simultaneously containing iron, manganese, ammonium and organic matter

    The groundwater used as drinking water often contains unacceptable amounts of iron and manganese compounds and ammonium ions. These substances are efficiently removed using conventional technologies (aeration and filtration through granular media filters). However, the efficiency is drastically reduced for water containing considerable amounts of organic matter, which usually enters the water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • How water scarcity in industry can be prevented?

    Growing urbanization and industrialization has resulted in water scarcity across the world! For the growing population and scaling living standard consumption of water is rising up. Rising water scarcity does have a negative impact on the industrial productions. This can develop crisis for the industries and would impact on economical development. Several industries even do have noticeable ...

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