Wastewater Management News

  1. Keeping Residential Sewage Where It Belongs

    That is, until there is a problem. Very often a build-up of toilet paper, paper towels, fats, oils and greases will clog your system, increasing the risk of raw sewage backing up into your home and putting the operation of your pump system at risk.

  2. Utility Engagement Sought On Real-Time Monitoring

    British Water is calling on water companies to share their real-time monitoring needs with a new focus group in preparation for the next five-year Asset Management Plan (AMP).

  3. KROHNE Introduces FLEXMAG 4050C Electromagnetic Flow Meter

    Peabody, MA: KROHNE, Inc. announces the FLEXMAG 4050 C, the first electromagnetic flowmeter with biocompatible disposable flow tube specifically developed for single use biopharmaceutical applications, including filtration processes, chromatography, or buffer and media preparation.

  4. New Publication Addresses Stormwater Management, Key National Infrastructure Issue

    Recent infrastructure packages proposed by the White House and Senate Democrats note the need for more investment in Stormwater Management practices, raising awareness nationwide for greater investment in stormwater infrastructure.

  5. Water Environment Research Open Access Article Explores Benefits Of Metagenomic Analysis

    The open access article in the March 2018 issue of Water Environment Research (WER) discusses the ways metagenomics analysis aids the study of microbial populations at wastewater treatment plants.

  6. Studies Show Urbanization Impacts Storms, Rainfall Despite Surroundings

    Two Purdue University studies show that urbanization changes storm patterns and rainfall amounts, highlighting the need for urban planning and infrastructure design that considers how the landscape will affect the weather.

  7. Endress+Hauser Announces Picomag Electromagnetic Flowmeter

    Endress+Hauser announces the Picomag electromagnetic flowmeter, an in-line transmitter for measuring temperature and flow of conductive liquids in pipe sizes ranging from ½” to 2”, such as drinking and industrial water.

  8. Dr John Attridge Presents On 'Traceability And Linearisation Of In Situ Fluorescence Measurements Using The New V-Lux Sensor' At The SWIG Workshop, 7 March 2018 At Clare College, Cambridge

    Dr Attridge presenting on “Traceability and linearisation of in situ fluorescence measurements using the new V-Lux sensor” at the SWIG “Latest developments in water sensors" Workshop on 7 March at Clare College, Cambridge.

  9. Black & Veatch Center Of Excellence In Houston Drives Tunneling, Flood Control Options

    Black & Veatch, a leader in the design and construction management of large-diameter, deep-tunneling projects, announced recently it has created a Center of Excellence in its Houston office to deliver sustainable, cost-effective tunneled solutions. With extensive background in large-scale tunneling projects across Texas, the U.S.

  10. Researchers Use Recycled Carbon Fiber To Improve Permeable Pavement

    A Washington State University research team is solving a high-tech waste problem while addressing the environmental challenge of stormwater run-off.