Wastewater Treatment Economics
Articles & Whitepapers
Wastewater treatment technology doesn’t have to be new to be disruptive
There is no doubt that disruptive technologies have the power to transform sustainability in the water sector, but it is important to realise that a technology does not need to be new in order to be disruptive. The widespread use of previously niche systems, or the novel use of well-established technologies like heat exchangers, can be equally transformative. ...
Aerators and mixers enable cost savings, reduce biosolids buildup - Case Study
Problem The town of Monroeville, Ala., faced aeration and mixing issues, sludge buildup in one of its wastewater lagoons, and power bills of $12,500 per month after a major employer relocated its ...
Water in areas with seasonal population: Salher solutions for water treatment
For decades, rural depopulation in Europe has generated socio-cultural, economic and environmental impacts. One of them is the loss of traditional agricultural, livestock and forestry activities, which are more respectful of nature than intensive ...
Equipment & Solutions
Wastewater Treatment Plants
This large-scale “decentralized” Sewage Treatment Plant offers lower cost and lower maintenance operation options versus centralized sewering. This simple-in-design and easy-to-install MacroFITT is a pre-packaged, decentralized treatment system from 200,000 to 2,000,000 gal/day flows.