Separation & Clarification News

  1. Aker Solutions And Fjords Processing Form Alliance
    4/13/2015

    Aker Solutions and Fjords Processing have formed an alliance to develop technology and capabilities for advanced, cost-effective wellstream separation and treatment solutions for the subsea and topside oil and gas industry.

  2. 'Revolutionary' Tech Makes Plastic From Wastewater
    4/7/2015

    A new technique mixes the volatile fatty acids found in sludge with bacteria to digest them and convert them to biopolymers.

  3. Simple Method Of Binding Pollutants In Water
    3/30/2015

    New types of membrane adsorbers remove unwanted particles from water and also, at the same time, dissolved substances such as the hormonally active bisphenol A or toxic lead.

  4. EVTN Announces Voraxial Order For Produced Water Treatment
    3/26/2015

    Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCQB: EVTN) announced today that it has recently shipped a Voraxial 4000 Separator for a produced water / wastewater treatment project.

  5. New Muffin Monster® 10K Sewage Grinders From JWC Environmental Pack Tough Grinding Power In A Compact Package
    2/12/2015

    The new 10K Series Muffin Monster® from JWC Environmental combines superior waste grinding capabilities in a compact, easy-to-install unit that’s perfectly suited to a variety of wastewater grinding applications. This newest addition to the hard-working family of Muffin Monster grinders is available in pipeline, open channel and pump station configurations that pack big power in a small package.

  6. Smith & Loveless Inc. Acquires Schloss Engineered Equipment Inc.
    1/26/2015

    Smith & Loveless Inc., the global leader in advanced grit removal and handling technology, announces the asset acquisition of longtime headworks equipment designer Schloss Engineered Equipment Inc., Aurora, Colo.

  7. New Technologies Using Passive Aeration And Process Control Dramatically Improve Secondary Wastewater Treatment
    1/13/2015

    Traditional options for secondary wastewater treatment burn up way too much energy -- 68 GWh annually in the U.S. alone -- and still leave behind excessive amounts of sludge.

  8. Call For Innovative Wastewater Technologies For Consideration At The WERF/WEF Forum On Intensification Of Resource Recovery
    11/24/2014

    The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) are currently seeking cutting-edge wastewater treatment technologies that provide intensification of resource recovery, including recovery of energy, nutrients, water, and other products.

  9. A First For Morocco: Trickling Filters Incorporated Into Newly Commissioned Wastewater Treatment Works
    11/3/2014

    Providing a better environmental effluent discharge and improving odour control, Morocco is now benefiting from the use of trickling filters at the newly commissioned Khenifra Wastewater Treatment Works.

  10. Testing The Waters For Offshore Treatment
    10/27/2014

    The market for spending on water treatment in the offshore oil and gas industry is set to grow by an annual average of 4.4% in the next six years, driven by increasing production from developing markets around the world, and the need for more advanced solutions to keep mature oilfields productive.