Wastewater Contaminant Removal News

  1. Roy Hill Water Treatment Project Awarded To Osmoflo

    Osmoflo has been awarded the contract for the delivery and long term operation of a major desalination plant for Roy Hill Holdings Pty Ltd. Against tough international competition, and after an extensive process, the company was ultimately successful by providing the best overall value to their client and demonstrating the capability to deliver the project as a whole.

  2. Bureau Of Reclamation Announces Desalination And Water Purification Research Program Funding Opportunity

    The Bureau of Reclamation has released a funding opportunity through its Desalination and Water Purification Research Program for fiscal year 2018. This funding opportunity invites private industry, universities, water utilities, and other research sponsors to submit proposals to cost share laboratory scale and pilot scale projects that address DWPR program goals and objectives.

  3. Waste Water Treatment Design Tool Available On The Water Network

    AquaSPE AG from Zurich Switzerland announced today access to an open source Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) design tool and WWTP knowledge sharing communityon The Water Network.

  4. Sacyr Will Design, Build And Manage A Water Treatment Plant For Agricultural Purposes In Australia For 85 Million Euros

    SA Water Corporation, a public company belonging to the South Australia Government, has awarded Sacyr the design, construction and management of a high tech tertiary water treatment plant for agricultural purposes in the north of Adelaide (Australia). The project, which will be developed in phases, has a total amount of 133.4 million Australian dollars (around 85 million euros).

  5. ACCIONA Strengthens Water Treatment Business In Ecuador

    ACCIONA Agua, in consortium with BTD, has been chosen by the Loja municipality, with funding from the Andean Development Corporation (CAF), to build a wastewater treatment plant in Loja (Ecuador) under a turnkey contract worth 16.6 million dollars (about 13.4 million euro).

  6. Vibrating RO Membrane System Solves Leachate Problem For Colombian Landfill

    In the lush Southwestern highlands of Colombia sits the picturesque Cauca Valley. The verdant landscape is owed to its ample rainfall, which at nearly forty inches per year rivals that of Seattle.

  7. Griffin Dewatering Expands With Foothill Dewatering Acquisition

    Griffin Dewatering announced the acquisition of groundwater control firm Foothill Engineering and Dewatering, and Foothill Drilling, of Riverside, California for an undisclosed sum.

  8. Diazepam (Valium) Can Be Removed From Water At Low Cost, Says UJ’s Prof Gupta

    A low-cost, efficient one-step method to remove the anxiety drug Diazepam from recycled water and wastewater, using titanium dioxide nanofibers has been developed by researchers headed by University of Johannesburg's Prof Vinod Kumar Gupta.

  9. Big Canyon Creek Restoration Improves Water Quality, Wins ACEC Award In California

    What began as a project to remove a single contaminant from a degraded urban creek ended as a comprehensive program to restore the creek to its native condition and improve the quality of water it carried to an environmentally sensitive coastal region — completing the expanded scope while maintaining the City of Newport Beach's budget.

  10. UK CAER Grant Seeks To Improve Industrial Water Treatment Technology

    The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research has received a $740,000 grant from the United States Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE NETL) that seeks to lower the cost for and improve the efficiency of industrial water treatment.