Wastewater Collection Systems News

  1. Mark As Classified - Lakeside Solution Reduces Maintenance In DC
    11/22/2017

    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.

  2. Artificial Sweeteners In Groundwater Indicate Contamination From Septic Systems
    11/7/2017

    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.

  3. Ham Baker Secures New Frameworks
    10/9/2017

    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.

  4. Orenco Showcases Three Innovative Product Lines At WEFTEC
    9/27/2017

    Orenco Systems® will have a strong presence again this year at the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), held September 30th through October 4th at McCormick Place in Chicago. The company’s booth (#2812) will display all three of its interconnected, leading-edge product lines: Wastewater Collection & Treatment, Composites, and Controls.

  5. Parkson To Showcase Virtual Reality Experience At WEFTEC ’17 In Chicago
    9/26/2017

    Parkson will showcase their innovative water and wastewater treatment equipment via virtual reality at WEFTEC, the Water Environment Federation’s 90th conference to be held in Chicago, IL (exhibition October 2-4).

  6. NETZSCH Expands Grinding Technology With New N.Mac Twin Shaft Grinder
    9/20/2017

    NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC, experts in solutions designed specifically for difficult pumping applications, announces the new N.Mac Twin Shaft Grinder, designed to protect pumps and processes.

  7. Blue Whale Micro Bar Screen Takes WWTPs From Rags-To-Riches
    9/15/2017

    Removing wipes, rags, plastics, hair and other stringy material at the headworks of a WWTP is very important. A traditional ¼” (6.0mm) screen will remove some of this material but as any operator knows a lot will still pass through a ¼” (6.0mm) screen and will form “mats” (clumps of rags, hair, wipes etc) that will bind pumps and other rotating equipment in the plant.

  8. Lakeside Screw Pumps Bring Peace
    9/7/2017

    Today’s calmness though is quite an altogether different story from previous dramas experienced at Mahanoy City WWTP.  The original 36” diameter raw sewage enclosed screw pump, which had become increasing unreliable, failed twice, ultimately giving the plant operators no option but to look for a more sturdy and efficient alternative.

  9. Excellence In Operational And Design In Water Infrastructure Honored
    9/5/2017

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) proudly announces the 2017 WEF Awards recipients for operational and design excellence.

  10. EPA Orders Fairbanks Company To Close Illegal Motor Vehicle Waste Disposal Well To Protect Nearby Drinking Water
    8/11/2017

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently reached an agreement with Stepping Stone Builders, Inc., to close an illegal motor vehicle waste disposal well in Fairbanks, Alaska