Wastewater Treatment News

  1. Vibrating RO Membrane System Solves Leachate Problem For Colombian Landfill
    2/22/2018

    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.

  2. Call For Abstracts Open For 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium
    2/22/2018

    WateReuse, the nation’s only trade association dedicated to advancing laws, policy, funding and public acceptance of recycled water, is accepting abstracts for the 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium.

  3. Take Control Of Your Water And Wastewater
    2/22/2018

    Amid industry leaders at the 2018 Water and Wastewater Equipment, Treatment and Transport Show (WWETT18) in Indianapolis, Tulsar Canada has launched its latest control panel for residential and light commercial use, the Genesis.

  4. Diazepam (Valium) Can Be Removed From Water At Low Cost, Says UJ’s Prof Gupta
    2/21/2018

    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.

  5. West Basin Board Announces Patrick Sheilds As General Manager
    2/21/2018

    The West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) Board of Directors announced that Patrick Sheilds will serve as the new General Manager of the District.

  6. Crane Engineering Awarded $4.2M Grant To Design, Build And Test A Human Waste Treatment Solution That Increases Safe Sanitation In Developing Countries
    2/21/2018

    Crane Engineering was awarded a $4.2M grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to advance development of the Mobile Septage Treatment System — a new sanitation technology that processes human fecal sludge into non-potable water for agricultural or industrial use.

  7. Big Canyon Creek Restoration Improves Water Quality, Wins ACEC Award In California
    2/20/2018

    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.

  8. Water Planet Spins Out Polycera Membranes As Separate Wholly-Owned Subsidiary, Hires Simon Marshall As Polycera Membranes CEO
    2/19/2018

    Water Planet, which has developed and sells the world’s first smart membrane products, announces that it has spun out its highly successful PolyCera membranes product line into a separate subsidiary operating company, PolyCera Membranes(polyceramembranes.com).

  9. The Ovivo® MBR Knowledge Center And MICRODYN-NADIR Manufacturing Plant Announces Grand Opening In Austin, Texas
    2/16/2018

    On May 3rd, 2018, the partnership of Ovivo USA (Ovivo) and MICRODYN-NADIR will host the grand opening of the Ovivo® MBR Knowledge Center and MICRODYN-NADIR Manufacturing Plant for BIO-CEL® MBR Membrane Modules.

  10. Aqualia And Majis Sign The Joint Venture That Will Manage The Water Facilities Of The Port Of Sohar (Oman)
    2/16/2018

    The joint venture Oman Sustainable Water Services, SAOC, integrated by Aqualia and the public company Majis Industrial Services (Majis), of the Oman Investment Fund will manage during the next 20 years the operation and maintenance of all services related to water in the port area from the city of Sohar, the most important city in northern Oman.