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Sep 21, 2023
New pipeline beneath Essex river to be constructed in the UK
Water/Wastewater News
Sep 19, 2023
Pumps
Landia is supplying 12 of its digester mixing systems for pre-treatment tanks at a wastewater facility in Indonesia. Part of a major Bio Production Plant in Java, the facility converts grass materials into biodegradable bags, with the excess matter utilised to produce biogas in six 4,000m3 rectangular concrete tanks. To accelerate the installation, Landia is sending... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 15, 2023
Pumps
A total of 59 WANGEN pumps have been supplied to an underground wastewater treatment plant in Finland. WANGEN pumps supplied by FlowExperts Oy are part of this new facility. The growing number of inhabitants in the Helsinki metropolitan area and the treatment of more nutrient-rich wastewater required a new wastewater treatment facility to be built with higher capacity... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 12, 2023
Valves
Collett has successfully delivered two 160TE inlet valves to Dinorwig hydropower station as part of an essential upgrade scheme. Working on behalf of Rhenus Project Logistics, the Collett team completed the first two deliveries of the project, a significant accomplishment marking a crucial milestone in the ongoing upgrade project. The upgrade scheme is aimed at extending... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 8, 2023
Pumps
Anglian Water has revolutionised its Brockley pump station operations by integrating SEEPEX Pump Monitoring and Connected Services. This cutting-edge technology enables remote monitoring, providing Anglian Water with numerous benefits. It helps with compliance and consent flows, avoids pipework rupture caused by excessive pressure, and will support Anglian Water to... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 7, 2023
Pipelines
Essex and Suffolk Water in the UK is set to build a new 12-mile water pipeline that will protect customers’ supplies across Essex and the environment. The pipeline will connect the company’s water treatment works at Langford and Layer-de-la-Haye and can move around 50 million litres of water a day. It will help ensure raw water can be more easily moved between the... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 7, 2023
Valves
Trillium Flow Technologies has won several contract awards with prominent power utilities in the US. These orders represent success in its mission to provide quality products in the most demanding applications to support the sustainable growth and performance of utilities across the nation. Under these contracts, Trillium will supply 12-inch and 14-inch wye pattern... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 4, 2023
Pumps
A dairy farm in Cheshire that was having trouble handling sand-laden slurry, has solved the problem with a new pump and help in the set-up of its reception pit. Woodhey Hall Farm, which has 1,250 cows, was being forced to fix its slurry pump every week. Proprietor Paul Robinson said: “The seals on the pump kept failing, so it was taking up way too much time for us... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 31, 2023
Pumps
A wastewater treatment plant has replaced its multi-phase eccentric screw pumps with new Rotary Lobe pumps, made by Börger after being burdened with cumbersome maintenance, expensive spare parts and very high energy costs. Installed for a chamber filter press, the space-saving Börger pumps have been supplied as a twin-pack unit - two identical Rotary Lobe Pumps, which... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 29, 2023
Pipelines
Southern Water has completed its £7.5 million (€8.75 million) project to provide a new water pipeline to the Isle of Sheppey in the UK. The entire project took less than a year. The entire project – which means the Isle will now have four pipes bringing water from the mainland – was completed within 13 months. The project team led by Peter Simmons faced major... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 23, 2023
Pipelines
A major redesign of a wastewater treatment works near Whitstable in Kent, UK, is set to reduce storm overflows in the area by up to 30%. The work at Southern Water’s Swalecliffe site is enabling the existing works to store much more storm water in its pipes and tanks than ever before, meaning that wet weather will be less likely to overload the site – leading to... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 22, 2023
Other
Thames Water shareholders have agree to provide a further £750 million (€871 million) of equity funding in AMP7, with the acknowledgement that significant additional funding will be required during AMP8 (2025-2030), to further improve operational performance and financial resilience. In accordance with the commitment made by shareholders in June 2022, Thames Water... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 17, 2023
Pipelines
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of $50 million (€45 million) in grants through the Sewer Overflow and Stormwater Reuse Municipal Grant Programme. Approximately $4.5 million (€4.1 million) of that funding will be available for the Region 6 states of Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas to help Region 6 communities... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 9, 2023
Pipelines
A new scheme to improve the capacity and efficiency of a West Sussex wastewater treatment works in the UK will boost local river water quality, reduce storm overflows and keep up with population growth. The £1.4 million (€1.6 million) project at Southern Water's Henfield site will allow the works to treat more wastewater and provide extra storm water storage so more... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 4, 2023
Pipelines
The UK government will not take over the planning process for two controversial sections of a new water pipeline from the Lake District to Lancashire and Greater Manchester. The £1.75 billion (€2 billion) Haweswater Aqueduct Resilience Project (HARP) will replace deteriorating 70-plus-year-old water mains to keep water flowing through the 110-kilometre pipeline. Seven... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 2, 2023
Other
Thirteen research reports have just been published, which aim to boost the water sector’s knowledge of microplastics and further the understanding of anti-microbial resistance (AMR) in wastewater treatment processes. The reports are from the final stage of the UK Water Industry Research (UKWIR) Chemicals Investigation Programme (CIP3) are now available to view and... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 31, 2023
Pipelines
Yorkshire Water in the UK has gone out to tender for two major framework deals worth around £2.8 billion (€3.2 billion). The two frameworks will look to deliver water and wastewater asset investment over the next 10 years, and deliver on the water company’s drive to make substantial reductions in sewage overflows into watercourses. Planned works will cover the AMP8... [Read More]


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