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Veolia Water Technologies upgrades speciality chemical manufacturer’s ageing water treatment system

Veolia Water Technologies has designed and installed two SIRION Mega Reverse Osmosis (RO) units for a Yorkshire-based speciality chemical company. The engineered solution has...

Biden-Harris Administration finalises first-ever national drinking water standard to protect 100m people from PFAS pollution in the USA

The Biden-Harris Administration in America has issued the first-ever national, legally enforceable drinking water standard to protect communities from exposure to harmful per-and polyfluoroalkyl...

New biotechnology to remove phosphorus from wastewater given funding boost

A novel bio-based process able to remove and recover phosphorus from wastewater – developed by Cranfield University experts - has won almost half a...

Pet foods manufacturer saves big with a small switch

Veolia Water Technologies’ organic coagulant has helped to optimise the Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) at a large scale pet food production facility in the...

Tackling nuisance odour – H2S detection down to single digit ppb level

Able Instruments & Controls has long held the belief that their partner company Ametek Brookfield produces the best-in-class parts per billion hydrogen sulphide analyser,...

The UK’s chemical industries prepare for largest ever CHEMUK EXPO

The CHEMUK 2024 EXPO will return this 15th & 16th May to the NEC, Birmingham. CHEMUK continues to grow, with over five hundred exhibitors...

High levels of PFAS ‘Forever Chemical’ contaminants in London’s drinking water, independent investigation reveals

Bluewater, a leading sustainable water purification and beverage solutions pioneer, has discovered significant contamination of London's tap water by health-threatening 'forever' chemicals such as...

Innovation would help find more chemicals in water

At the British Water Micropollutants Conference 2024, which took place in London on 8 February, keynote speakers from the UK's Environment Agency called for...

Scotmas and ACWA Power partner to promote “Green Desalination” and achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals

Scotmas, a global leader in chlorine dioxide-based water treatment systems, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ACWA Power, a world-renowned developer, investor,...

Water-sensing technology company Infersens launches its first commercially available solution to transform Legionella risk

Cambridge-based Infersens has launched Cortense, its first commercially available solution to transform Legionella risk management and dramatically cut water waste. Legionella bacteria, which can multiply...

First Scotland-wide drugs and microplastics test of rivers launched

Environmental scientists at The James Hutton Institute have launched the first nation-wide drug and microplastics test on Scotland’s rivers to help shed light on...

How food and beverage companies can improve water efficiency with the right pump

As food and beverage companies strive for better water management in their production processes, selecting the right pump has become increasingly important. If a...

New Qdos H-FLO chemical metering and dosing pump offers higher flow rates for a wide range of dosing applications

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) has launched the Qdos H-FLO chemical metering and dosing pump, designed specifically for higher flow rates up to 600...

10 teams awarded a share of £4.5m by Ofwat​ in first ever Water Discovery Challenge

Technologies that use “lightning in a jar” and a chemical process with only water and oxygen as by-products are being developed as potential alternatives...

Aquaporin-led BIOMEM project with Aston University wins €3m Pathfinder grant for novel biomembranes

BIOMEM, a consortium led by Danish biotech company Aquaporin, with research led by Aston University’s Dr Alan Goddard, has won a €3m grant from...

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