Water & Wastewater News

  • How can you reduce maintenance expenditures?

    You are currently using mechanical flowmeters to measure the polymer output in your resin plant. In addition to the challenge of controlling the viscosity of the resin in your stirring vessel, you also have to perform regular maintenance on your device. Frequent filter cleaning is needed to prevent a clogged mechanical device shutting down your process. We can help with our best-in-class ...


    By Endress Hauser

  • Harsco Corporation and Hydro Industries Enter Joint Agreement for Waste Recycling Solutions to the Steel and Metals Industries

    Global industrial company Harsco Corporation (NYSE:HSC) and Hydro Industries, a UK-based leader in water treatment technologies, announced today a joint agreement to expand the use of Hydro’s unique technology across Harsco’s industry-leading footprint at more than 140 steel-producing sites across the globe. The new ...


    By Harsco Metals & Minerals

  • Kurita´s environmental improvement activities

    On March 22 is world water day with focus on contributions how to reduce waste water. Kurita is working actively in the reduction of waste water with its overall aim to save resources & to maintain the environment. From a one-year period in FY2016 Kurita quantified the environmental benefits for customers: The waste reduction of 78,840 tons per year is equivalent to the total amount of ...


    By Kurita

  • Siemens Opens Grid Control Center of the Future With Research and Scientific Partners

    As part of the DynaGridCenter research project co-funded by the German BMWi (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy), Siemens and its research and scientific partners have opened a dynamic grid control center at the Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany, that is the first of its kind in the world. The project involved setting up an IT link between the grid control center and a grid ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Scientists track down travelling droughts

    The biggest and worst droughts may not stay fixed in one place but can travel thousands of kilometres from their origin, according to a new study. And that discovery, disturbing as it may sound, could shed light on how droughts evolve in space and time, provide new insights for water managers, and save ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Product Profile: Sediment Traps

    McLane sediment traps provide exceptional performance for biogeochemical studies including radionucleide, paleoproxy, and carbon cycle analysis. They are also beneficial for environmental and pollution monitoring.  Sediment Traps collect vertically settling particles into individual sample bottles which are sealed when not in collection ...

  • How aM&T Software Can Help You Get ISO 50001 Certified

    Are you considering obtaining your ISO 50001 certificate? Or maybe one of your clients is about to start on their first energy management adventure? Congratulations! ISO 50001 is a great standard to implement if you want to establish a professional environment focused on saving energy. But getting ISO 50001 certified is not about going through the ...


    By DEXMA

  • ProMinent at the HANNOVER MESSE 2017

    From 24 to 28 April once again the HANNOVER MESSE is the linchpin for seven leading trade fairs – Industrial Automation, Motion, Drive & Automation, digital Factory, Energy ComVac, Industrial Supply and Research & Technology. ProMinent will be attending and presenting a new metering system and hydraulic and peristaltic pumps at the PUMP PLAZA in hall 15 on stand G43. On the PUMP ...

  • New Materials Could Turn Water into the Fuel of the Future

    Scientists at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have in just two years nearly doubled the number of materials known to have potential for use in solar fuels. They did so by developing a process that promises to speed the discovery of commercially viable generation of solar fuels that could replace ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • LAR`s high salt option enables the reliable measurement of water samples with up to 30% salt concentration

    Numerous processes within industry are characterized by high salt concentrations in water. In order to enable reliable monitoring, measurement technology is required, that is designed for the measurement of water samples with high salt concentrations. LAR Process Analysers AG, Germany, developed an outstanding High Salt Option for their online water quality analyzers. Now, ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • WaStop installed to protect pumping station in Huddinge, Sweden

    Huddinge, a suburb in Stockholm, is the second largest of the municipalities in Stockholm County in terms of population. Huddinge consists of several shopping centers, commuter rail stations and apartment buildings that are surrounded by sprawling family homes and natural surroundings. ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Bechtel Establishes Cyber Security Lab for Industrial Control Systems

    Responding to increasing cyber threats to industrial controls and supervisory control and data acquisition systems, Bechtel announced the opening of a new cyber security lab aimed at protecting equipment and software that control complex government facilities, power plants, chemical plants, and other large-scale critical infrastructure. The lab will also leverage Bechtel's experience in designing ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Analytik Jena Finds Entry into the Ultra-High Throughput Genotyping Market Through Co-Marketing Agreement with Illumina

    Analytik Jena has entered a partnership with Illumina, Inc. headquartered in San Diego. In so doing Analytik Jena gains access to the growing genotyping market currently being served by Illumina’s technologies by offering a production scale solution to provide ultra-high throughput sample preparation in support of Illumina’s enhanced 96-sample Infinium® XT BeadChip. ...


    By Analytik Jena AG

  • TORO EQUIPMENT receives the award “HIGHER TECHNICAL NOVELTY” by Smagua 2017

    Toro Equipment has received the “Technical Novelty Award“ granted by the International Water and Irrigation Exhibition Smagua 2017. The award was presented by the General Director of Feria de Zaragoza Mr. Rogelio Cuairán, who was accompanied by the Technical Director Mr. Jesús Serrano Calvo, the Commercial Director of Feria de  Zaragoza Mr. Alberto J. ...


    By Toro Equipment S.L.

  • What’s Next for ´Waters of the U.S ´ (WOTUS)?

    President Trump’s February 28, 2017, Executive Order (E.O.) directing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) to rescind and replace the Clean ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • The Urban Recycler – a step change in highways management

    Sapphire Utility Solutions, working in collaboration with JHL, is delighted to introduce the Urban Recycler, a compact, ‘first time resolution’ recycler. The Urban Recycler, or CityRECycler® 206, has gully cleaning capabilities and delivers a step change in highways management, with a positive impact on the environment, due to a reduction in both clean water usage and the amount ...


    By Sapphire Utility Solutions

  • U.S. Department of Energy: Soaking Up an Oil Spill

    When the Deepwater Horizon drilling pipe blew out seven years ago, beginning the worst oil spill in U.S. history, those in charge of the recovery discovered a new wrinkle: the millions of gallons of oil bubbling from the sea floor weren't all collecting on the surface where it could be skimmed or burned. Some of it was forming a plume and drifting through the ocean under the surface. Now, ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • USGS Finds Elevated Levels of Arsenic, Radon, Methane in Some Private Wells in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania

    Tests of 75 private drinking water wells in Lycoming County, in north-central Pennsylvania, found water from most of the sampled wells contained concentrations of radon that exceeded a proposed, nonbinding health standard for drinking water. Smaller percentages of the wells contained concentrations of arsenic or methane that exceed existing drinking water standards. The US Geological ...

  • DESMI Pumps More Than a Match for Power Plant Residues

    Powering forward The world is gradually moving away from traditional energy production such as coal and gas and, as a result of the drive towards sustainability in recent years, waste-to-energy and biomass power plants have become a popular production method. Like their fossil-fuel colleagues, however, these plants must remove or ‘scrub’ potentially hazardous pollutants from ...


    By DESMI A/S

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