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Engineers unveil sustainable water purification technology to tackle world’s overreliance on bottled water

A team of UK-based engineers have developed new technology that could revolutionise access to safe, clean drinking water for millions of people worldwide. The innovation...

Pablo Martinez-Moore, Commercial & Marketing Director at North Ridge Pumps, examines the role of the filter press

Pablo Martinez-Moore, Commercial & Marketing Director at North Ridge Pumps, has been involved in the pump industry for over 10 years, and has become...

ANDRITZ to showcase new technologies at IFAT 2024 in Munich, Germany

ANDRITZ has announced the company will be exhibiting a broad range of both proven and new technologies, services, and automation solutions for the water,...

Giant lift irrigation project to benefit from Thordon’s shaft seal expertise

Canada’s Thordon Bearings is playing a vital role in providing water to arid regions, with the installation of axial shaft seals and filtration systems...

UK utilities place multiple orders for Hybrid-SAF technology 

Three UK water utilities have agreed orders for the installation of a total of 30 Hybrid-SAF modular biological treatment units from wastewater treatment specialist...

Cost-cutting wastewater project could slash greenhouse gas emissions

A project which could significantly reduce the amount of greenhouse gas produced during the treatment of wastewater is being pioneered by the University of...

Salinity Solutions secures £1 million investment from SQM Lithium Ventures

Salinity Solutions, an engineering tech start-up based in Birmingham (UK) has secured a GBP £1 million initial investment from SQM Lithium Ventures to fund...

BIO-UV Group and Pinnacle partner up on ozone water treatment

BIO-UV Group has agreed to enter into an exclusive partnership agreement with US-headquartered Pinnacle Ozone Solutions to leverage the company’s QUADBLOCK ozone water treatment...

Aston University receives a £10m Research England grant to establish the Aston Institute for Membrane Excellence

Aston University will establish the Aston Institute for Membrane Excellence (AIME), a globally unique, cross-disciplinary institute to develop novel biomimetic membranes, after receiving a...

New Micronovo tackles FOG – naturally

A completely natural combination of bacteria, enzymes and fungi that removes pollutants from wastewater, but without having any detrimental effect on watercourses, is now...

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...

Anglian Water expands transformative AI technology trial

Following the successful pilot of its digital asset management technology with Anglian Water, Norwegian digital analytics company, InfoTiles, is embarking on an expanded proof...

Multimillion pound upgrades underway at Edgehead Waste Water Treatment Works

Scottish Water has broken ground on an innovative, £multimillion project in Edgehead, Midlothian, to upgrade the waste water treatment system. The project, which will see...

100,000 and counting: process filter maker passes production milestone

A UK process filter manufacturer has fabricated and shipped its 100,000th stainless steel cartridge housing after production capacity was boosted through an extensive, ongoing...

Membracon achieves 80% water reduction for key industrial process

For a just-in-time supplier to the automotive industry, a wastewater recycling system from Membracon has created annual savings of more than £63,000, by reducing...

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