Wastewater Collection Systems News

  1. Packaged Wastewater Treatment Group Widens Focus

    British Water’s focus group on packaged treatment plants (PTPs) is changing its remit – and its name. Historically the main focus of the technical group, which was set up over a decade ago, was wastewater treatment plants up to 50 population equivalent (PE).

  2. Enhanced Franklin Electric FPS PowerSewer System Provides Added Flexibility In Service Friendly System

    Franklin Electric Co., Inc. offers the enhanced FPS PowerSewer System as a more flexible, service friendly, and efficient system for residential and commercial applications. This low-pressure sewer system is available in 60-, 72-, 84-, and 96-inch basin sizes and pumps wastewater to a collection or treatment area, making it a proven alternative to gravity sewer systems and septic tanks.

  3. NSF International Renews Partnership With EPA To Minimize Decentralized Wastewater System Risks

    NSF International, a global public health and safety organization, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and 18 other organizations to help protect the nation’s public health and water resources.

  4. New Parkson University Video Series Teaches Wastewater Treatment Basics With Entertaining Videos

    Parkson Corporation is pleased to announce the release of Parkson University – a new, educational video series which reviews the basics of wastewater treatment and is geared towards both beginners and experienced wastewater industry professionals.

  5. EPA Launches Second Phase Of Technology Challenge For An Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor

    Recently, the U.S. EPA and its partners announced the second phase of a technology challenge for an advanced septic system nitrogen sensor. The goal of this challenge is to inspire innovators to develop a sensor to monitor nitrogen discharged from advanced septic systems.

  6. S&L Introduces Green+Green™ Mobile Organic Biofilm™ Process For Enhanced Clarifier Settling

    The new Green+Green™ Mobile Organic Biofilm™ for Enhanced Clarifier Settling process offers Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRFs) and treatment plants a simple and environmentallyadvanced way to cost-effectively expand clarifier capacities while potentially reducing chemical usage.

  7. Duperon Corporation Honored For Succession Success

    MichBusiness will honor Duperon Corporation with its Succession Success award on November 30 at the 4th Annual Best of MichBusiness Awards and Gala in Detroit.

  8. Mark As Classified - Lakeside Solution Reduces Maintenance In DC

    At the largest treatment plant of its kind in the world, it’s no surprise perhaps that they use some of the biggest grit classifiers available, with the final two of 16 newly installed units now commencing operation.

  9. Artificial Sweeteners In Groundwater Indicate Contamination From Septic Systems

    The presence of artificial sweeteners in rural groundwater shows evidence of contamination by local septic system wastewater, researchers from the University of Waterloo have found.

  10. Ham Baker Secures New Frameworks

    Ham Baker has won a series of new frameworks, including the supply and installation of Eel-friendly Bandscreens, Inlet Screens and Rotating Distributors for Anglian Water.