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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...

Yorkshire Water investing £4.8m at Dishforth wastewater treatment works

Yorkshire Water is investing £4.8m in its Dishforth wastewater treatment work to improve water quality in the river Swale and to expand the capacity...

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...

Plans for new £4.5m wetland to be created in West Sussex

Southern Water has unveiled plans for a large wetland next to its treatment works in Staplefield. The wetland is 3.2 acres and will help...

NI Water appoints all-Ireland consortium for Kinnegar and Sydenham projects   

NI Water has awarded an ECI (Early Contractor Involvement) contract for the upgrade of Kinnegar Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) and Sydenham Wastewater Pumping Station...

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...

How can better wastewater management be the answer to a more sustainable future

Four years ago, the water industry set itself a tough target to be net zero in operational emissions by 2030. That deadline is looming...

Money down the drain? How the dairy industry could save on costs with smart wastewater treatment

David Gaskill, Business Development Manager – Industrial at Siltbuster, looks at the water treatment challenges facing the dairy industries. From the milk in your tea...

£4.5m upgrades will help protect County Durham watercourses

Northumbrian Water is starting work on a £4.5m upgrade of the water company’s Sacriston Sewage Treatment Works. The project, which is expected to take eight...

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...

Wessex Water announces Seven-figure boost for West Dorset’s environment

The drive to protect West Dorset’s waterways will be further enhanced in 2024 courtesy of a £1.5 million investment next to the village of...

Growing need for sustainable water management drives increased demand for water analysers

ABB in the UK saw a 50 percent increase in the sales of its Aztec 600 water quality analysers in 2023 compared to the...

Work complete on upgrades to water for over a million people in Essex

A £14m project that will enhance the resilience and quality of drinking water for more than a million people across Essex has been completed. Essex...

Significant emission reductions possible through global water sector, new research reveals

4% of the world’s carbon emissions could be saved within the global water sector, initial findings from research commissioned by WaterAid’s Resilient Water Accelerator...

Distilling industry wastewater could create green hydrogen, Heriot-Watt scientists find

Wastewater from the distilling industry could be used to produce green hydrogen – a type of sustainable fuel – using materials developed by scientists...

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