Contaminant Removal News

  1. Leading Dairy Producer Shows Food Manufacturers How Waste-To-Energy Innovation Achieves Outstanding Environmental And Production Benefits

    One of the largest dairy production operations in the US is achieving outstanding environmental performance from a Global Water & Energy, a member of the Global Water Engineering (GWE) Group of Companies, FLOTAMET anaerobic digestion plant that removes pollution from wastewater and transforms it into green energy to fuel boilers.

  2. Scientists From The MSU Adjusted A Microalgal Technology For Wastewater

    Members of the Faculty of Biology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University have proved that under Nordic conditions wastewaters could be treated with the help of microalgae, while algal biomass is suitable for processing into biofuel.

  3. An Effective Way To Eliminate Atrazine And Its By-Products In Surface Water

    Atrazine, widely used as a weedkiller, is known to have harmful effects on aquatic wildlife and presents a risk to human health by altering the action of certain hormones.

  4. Water-Right Announces Release Of Ozone Air System Generator

    Water-Right, a leading independent original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the water treatment industry, announces the release of the Ozone Air System, an ozone generator kit used with Impression and Impression Plus Air Systems.

  5. SUEZ Wins A Desalination Contract For 11 Oil Platforms Off The Brazilian Coast

    The contract includes the provision and operation of seven mobile reverse osmosis1 desalination units with a capacity of 90 m3 per day to supply water to the 11 offshore platforms. SUEZ will also provide operational and maintenance assistance for the units.

  6. Village Of Oostburg Requests Approval Of Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements

    The Village of Oostburg has requested approval from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for improvements to its wastewater treatment plant.

  7. Fluence To Commission First MABR System In Mainland United States

    Fluence Corporation Limited (“Fluence” or the “Company”) has signed an agreement with Stanford University to deploy, test and evaluate the Company’s MABR wastewater treatment technology at Stanford’s Codiga Resource Recovery Center (“CR2C”).

  8. Reducing Power Plants’ Freshwater Consumption With Sandia’s New Silica Filter

    Power plants draw more freshwater than any other consumer in the United States, accounting for more than 50 percent of the nation’s freshwater use at about 500 billion gallons daily.

  9. Höganäs Expands In The Us – Opens Cutting-Edge Environmental Technology Lab

    Today we announce the opening of a new office and water treatment laboratory in Cary, North Carolina. The facility, that will employ around 60 people, is key in our ambitions to expand within water purification and soil remediation.

  10. Severn Trent Water Awards Further Contracts For Nereda Technology

    Severn Trent Water has awarded contracts to install Nereda technology at two more of its key wastewater treatment works, making the company the biggest supporter of the cutting edge water purification system in the UK to date.