Contaminant Removal News

  1. ItN Nanovation AG Obtains A Binding Order For Water Treatment Plants For The Iranian Market

    ItN Nanovation AG has received a binding order for peripheral water treatment plants for Iran. The order value amounts to over € 2M.

  2. Hydro’s Largest Ever Grit Removal System Installed At Calgary Wastewater Treatment Plant

    The City of Calgary’s Bonnybrook Wastewater Treatment Plant has installed the largest Advanced Grit Management system ever supplied worldwide by Hydro International to effectively remove large amounts of grit as an essential contribution to operating efficiency.

  3. 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.

  4. Eriez HydroFlow Centrifuge Filter Systems Meet Industry’s Growing Demand For Economical Recovery Of Materials Removed From Carbide Grinding Processes

    With a renewed desire in the industry to recover carbide and other high value materials removed from the process, Eriez reports the demand for HydroFlow Centrifuge Filter Systems is increasing.

  5. FLEXFLO A-100N Peristaltic Metering Pump Features New Pump Head Design

    FLEXFLO Peristaltic Pumps offers a design which is both self-priming and Valve-less (cannot vapor lock or lose prime). Peristaltic Design is well suited for abrasive, thick, and gaseous fluids that can foul conventional metering pumps.

  6. EPA Proposes Plan For Second Phase Of Cleanup Of The Peninsula Boulevard Superfund Site In Hewlett, Nassau County, N.Y.

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently proposed a plan to address the sources of groundwater contamination at the Peninsula Boulevard Groundwater Plume Superfund site in Hewlett, Nassau County, N.Y.

  7. 'Super Sponge' Promises Effective Toxic Clean-Up Of Lakes And More

    Mercury is very toxic and can cause long-term health damage, but removing it from water is challenging. To address this growing problem, University of Minnesota College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Sciences (CFANS) Professor Abdennour Abbas and his lab team created a spongethat can absorb mercury from a polluted water source within seconds.

  8. Belgian Wastewater Treatment Plant First In Europe To Use Zeelung Technology

    Needing to meet new total nitrogen removal requirements while remaining in its existing footprint, Flanders’ wastewater treatment company, Aquafin, chose to upgrade the Schilde Wastewater Treatment Plant by means of a unique combined solution of GE's ZeeLung Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) and ZeeWeed membrane bioreactor (MBR) technologies.

  9. New System Could Remove Two Water Pollutants From Ag Fields

    Algae blooms in the Gulf of Mexico use up the majority of the oxygen in the water, leading to massive “dead zones” that cannot support fish or other wildlife. The culprit? Nitrate, running off agricultural fields through tile drainage systems.

  10. NUS Researchers Develop Low Energy, Cost-Effective Wastewater Purification System

    A team of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has come up with a novel approach to treat industrial wastewater using electricity as a reagent for purification. The method can remove up to 99 per cent of hard-to-treat organic compounds found in various types of industrial wastewater.