Domestic Wastewater News

  • Domestic deals boost Iran’s global PPP ambitions

    Iran’s National Water and Wastewater Engineering Company (NWWEC) has put pen to paper on a raft of new water and wastewater PPP projects, as worldwide interest grows in the market following the agreement that marked the end of international sanctions. The body, which is the parent group for all the country’s utilities, signed off on five desalination and wastewater projects with ...

  • 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

  • Molecular Lab - EBS - Wastewater Training and Consulting

    EBS continues driving innovation in wastewater treatment. In doing so, we have implemented new technology to identify sources of fecal bacteria in wastewater treatment systems. Many of our clients have permit limits for fecal indicator bacteria in their effluents. When concentrations are above these limits in systems that do not have domestic influences, the question becomes ...

  • Wastewater is an Underestimated Resource We Should Not Squander, Says New UN Study

    Wastewater treatment is proving a sound investment, as examples from around the world show its benefits stretch beyond human health to include the provision of irrigation for forestry and industry, biogas, domestic water, heat, electricity and fertilizer. A new e-book, released today by WaterLex and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), entitled Good ...

  • Severe Wastewater Testing Apparatus

    The headspace in domestic wastewater collection and treatment systems is a severe environment that can impact even high performance protective coatings. A proposed new ASTM International standard covers an apparatus and set of procedures that are used to create and maintain a simulated sewer headspace environment to be used to test potential coatings. ...


    By ASTM International

  • Water Ravenous Middle East and North Africa look to membrane bioreactors, says Frost & Sullivan

    The total water consumption of the Middle East is expected to rise to 319 billion cubic meters (BCM) by 2020, with agriculture utilising the bulk. Population and economic growth, paralleled by industrial diversification, is placing immense pressure on water demand. The suitability of treated wastewater for agricultural irrigation and the increased focus on wastewater reclamation and reuse as a ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • New date announced for Water Expo China + Water Membrane China 2013

    New date announced for 2013 show Government industry group increases booth size to 3,000 sqm National and regional pavilions express their interest Added value conference and presentation sessions The 2013 edition of Water Expo China + Water Membrane China, China’s first water business exhibition will be held ...


    By Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd

  • New sales and marketing director for WPL environmental wastewater solutions

    As part of WPL’s continuing strategic development, Simon Kimber joins WPL to head up the Sales and Marketing team. Simon brings 25 years experience in the wastewater treatment industry, having worked in this sector his entire career, and holds an honours degree in Biological Science from Portsmouth University. He began his career as a product development engineer and moved into sales where ...


    By WPL Ltd

  • Frost & Sullivan: Looming market maturity highlights the need for innovation in the WWWT Market in Japan and South Korea

    With Japan and South Korea being among the first few membrane system manufacturers and the few top suppliers globally, the water and wastewater treatment (WWWT) markets in these countries are well developed and approaching maturity. The highly competitive domestic market and strong demand in overseas markets are making a strong case for key companies in Japan and South Korea to shift their ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Frost & Sullivan: Looming Market Maturity Highlights the Need for Innovation in the WWWT Market in Japan and South Korea

    With Japan and South Koreabeing among the first few membrane system manufacturers and the few top suppliers globally, the water and wastewater treatment (WWWT) markets in these countries are well developed and approaching maturity. The highly competitive domestic market and strong demand in overseas markets are making a strong case for key companies in Japanand South Koreato shift their business ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Veolia wins MBBR contracts

    Three Water Companies have adopted advanced Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) technology from Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies. MBBR technology was developed by Veolia subsidiary AnoxKaldnes in the late 1980’s and is now used around the world for both Municipal and Industrial applications which require a consistent high quality effluent together with a small footprint. Veolia MBBR ...


  • Picerne Military Management to Pay $24,900 Penalty to Settle Violations of Clean Water Act at Fort Riley, Kan.

    Picerne Military Management, LLC, has agreed to pay a $24,900 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act at Fort Riley, Kan. On Dec. 20 and 21, 2011, Picerne pumped between 5,000 and 9,000 gallons of raw sewage from a crawl space beneath a townhome into a storm drain inlet. Over the course of the two days, the raw sewage was pumped into and through the stormwater ...

  • Polychem Hits Milestone for International Installations

    Polychem Systems has expanded our consumer reach to include customers in all 50 of the United States of America and a total of 60 countries worldwide. The map below shows countries that have Polychem Systems installations. Polychem Systems hopes to provide more citizens around the world with clean water by continuing to expand our global reach in the water and wastewater treatment industries. ...


    By Brentwood Industries, Inc.

  • Bio-Microbics Named a 2012 President`s

    Bio-Microbics Inc., a global leader in manufacturing onsite wastewater and stormwater treatment systems, has been selected as a 2012 recipient of the prestigious President's "E" Award for Exports in recognition for its outstanding achievement in increasing U.S. exports. The Award, granted by the President of the United ...


    By Bio-Microbics, Inc.

  • MaxWest Environmental Systems Names Wastewater Industry Experts to Board of Directors

      SANFORD, Fla., March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MaxWest Environmental Systems, Inc. (www.maxwestenergy.com), the leader in biogasification systems for wastewater treatment, has elected two seasoned wastewater industry veterans to its board of directors. Joining the leadership ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: domestic investments to steer Malaysia out of troubling times ahead

    2011 saw Malaysia witness conservative growth in the environment and building technologies markets with sporadic high value and key development of projects, mainly bolstered by participation of domestic companies. According to Melvin Leong, Frost & Sullivan Program Manager for Environment & Building Technologies, "Significant contribution and participation by the private sector is needed. ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Phosphorus recovery: new approaches developed in Vancouver could save the world

    In a May 2011 workshop sponsored by the Department of Energy, phosphorus was considered alongside lithium, neodynium, and rare earth metals as a potentially strategically important element. Phosphorus, a key element in plant growth (and thus in agriculture), is nonrenewable, obtained for commercial fertilizers from phosphate rock that is mined in a comparatively limited number of sites around ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • HTI Joint Project of $1.7 Million Selected by RPSEA’s 2010 Unconventional Resources Program

    A $1.7 million joint research and technology development project from Hydration Technology Innovations (HTI), Bear Creek Services and Colorado School of Mines using Forward Osmosis for the treatment and reuse of produced water and drilling wastewater was selected for $1.3 million of funding by RPSEA’s 2010 Unconventional Resources Program. Every year the Research ...

  • Upcoming Water Expo China + Water & Membrane China 2011 show doubles in size

    Three overseas and one local pavilion confirmed for show Summit expected to attract hundreds of local and international attendees Water Expo China + Water & Membrane China 2011, China’s most professional water industry meeting platform is doubling in size to accommodate exhibitor demand.  Held between 13 – 15 October, it will now span 22,000 sqm at the China National ...


    By Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd

  • Frost & Sullivan: the membrane bioreactor market in China flies high

    The water stress in China calls for effective water regeneration technologies to cope with insufficient supply, especially in northern China. Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) technology, an advanced solution recommended by many of the industrial experts, is set to embrace high growth, both in municipal and industrial wastewater reclamation markets. According to Frost & Sullivan, the Chinese MBR ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

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