Aeration & Blowers News

  1. After Sulfur Smell Hits San Francisco, Some Suspect Wastewater Treatment Odors

    Last month, residents of San Francisco were accosted by a smell that is all too familiar to certain wastewater treatment plants. The scent of rotten eggs wafted through the air.

  2. WPL Wins Thames Water Contract For SAF Units

    Wastewater treatment specialist WPL has won an exclusive contract to provide below-ground HiPAF packaged plants to Thames Water in AMP 6 (2015-2020).

  3. Wet Well Wizard Video – Proof Of FOG Elimination - Forever

    A short video is now available from Reliant Water Technologies that clearly illustrates how successful the company’s wet well wizard is at eliminating FOG (Fats, Oils, and Grease) from collection system lift station wet wells. The patent pending Wizard design is guaranteed never to allow air bubbles to cavitate wet well pumps, to eliminate H2S odor from forming in the well where it is located, and eliminate all negative odors.

  4. Installation Of Advanced Wastewater Treatment Technology To Be The First In The U.S.

    Riviera Utilities executed a contract with Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. (GMC) to design a wastewater treatment plant expansion utilizing Nereda granular activated sludge technology as the basis of design.

  5. WPL Wins Three Scottish Water Framework Contracts

    Package treatment plant specialist WPL has won three contracts with public utility Scottish Water after a competitive procurement process.

  6. RWL Water Italia To Inaugurate First Complete Industrial Anaerobic And Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Plant In Ecuador On November 10th

    Together with EUROFISH, RWL Water Italia is pleased to announce the inauguration of the first complete industrial anaerobic and aerobic wastewater treatment plant in Ecuador on November 10th at 5PM in Manta, Ecuador.

  7. Researchers Claim New Process Cuts Electricity At Waste Plants

    If necessity is the mother of invention, it makes sense that winery wastewater, and the challenge of treating it, continually produces innovation in the wastewater industry.

  8. Debate Over Phosphorus Reduction Brews In Utah

    The city of Provo, UT, may have to make a big investment in its phosphorus problem. By 2020, it must assure that every liter of discharge from its municipal treatment plants contain only 1 milligram of phosphorus, as mandated by the state’s Division of Water Quality (DWQ), according to the Daily Herald.

  9. Maryland Electric Utility Must Pay Millions For Wastewater Violation

    Wastewater discharge violations at the two largest coal-fired power plants in Maryland will cost electric utility company NRG Energy a significant chunk of change.

  10. Moderate Market Growth Forecast For Advanced Oxidation Technologies, Reports BCC Research

    Advanced oxidation technologies have gained interest in recent years because of their outstanding technical characteristics for eliminating a variety of pollutants in water and wastewater.