Sludge and Biosolids Processing News

  1. CleanEnviro Summit Singapore 2018: Smart Technologies, Novel Environmental Solutions And Meaningful Collaboration To Transform Tomorrow’s Cities

    Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Mr Masagos Zulkifli, hosted the first Facebook LIVE panel discussion on environmental issues, themed “Optimising Smart Technologies for Novel Environmental Solutions” in a lead up to CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESS) 2018.

  2. Quagga Mussels Eradicated From Pennsylvania Quarry With EarthTec QZ

    Earth Science Laboratories (ESL) has successfully eradicated quagga mussels from a 29-acre lake in Pennsylvania

  3. Utility Partnerships Key To Water Innovation, Says BlueTech CEO

    Partnerships between utilities, academics and technology companies will unlock innovation in the water sector, says Paul O’Callaghan, chief executive of water technology intelligence company BlueTech Research.

  4. Restore Hetch Hetchy To Appear In California Appellate Court; States’ Rights At Issue In Future Of Yosemite National Park

    Restore Hetch Hetchy will present oral arguments to California’s 5th District Court of Appeal in Fresno at a hearing on May 30th at 9:00 a.m. to determine whether San Francisco’s O’Shaughnessy Dam and Hetch Hetchy Reservoir must comply with California’s Constitutional law regulating water distribution (Case No. CV 59426 –

  5. Statoil Selects Seawater Sulfate Removal System Designed By SUEZ And Halvorsen TEC For The Johan Castberg Project In Norway

    After completing an engineering and design study for a seawater sulfate removal unit (SRU) system to help protect production wells for its Johan Castberg project in Norway, Statoil awarded a consortium, led by SUEZ and Halvorsen TEC, the contract to supply the equipment and complete the project.

  6. U.S. EPA Awards Patrick H. Hurd Sustainability Award To Walnut Creek, Calif., Student

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Melanie Quan as the winner of its “Patrick H. Hurd Sustainability Award.” Melanie, a freshman at Las Lomas High School in Walnut Creek, Calif., was selected from among 1,793 student scientists and engineers competing in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in Pittsburgh, Penn., last week.

  7. Hurricanes: Stronger, Slower, Wetter In The Future?

    New analysis compares 22 named storms with possible hurricanes of the future.

  8. PRELOAD Names Lubbock, Texas Tank As 2017 Concrete Decision Tank Of The Year

    PRELOAD LLC, the global leader in prestressed concrete tank design and construction, has named the City of Lubbock, Texas’ 8 Million Gallon Clearwell water storage tank as its 2017 Concrete Decision Tank of The Year.

  9. WSSC Turns Poop To Power: Commissioners Approve Contract To Transform Sewage Into Renewable Energy

    WSSC Commissioners approved on Wednesday the first phase of a $250M project that will turn poop to power by transforming sewage into renewable energy.

  10. Landmark Agreement Signed As Australian Organization Becomes WaterStart's First International Member

    This week, WaterStart signed a landmark agreement with Queensland Urban Utilities, which could see innovation in Australia’s water industry showcased on the world stage. Queensland Urban Utilities is the first international organization to be invited to join WaterStart, a cluster of global leaders in the implementation of water innovation.