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Feb 12, 2024

News

gwf Wasser | Abwasser

Green hydrogen from distillery wastewater

In a new study, scientists at Heriot-Watt University have discovered a sustainable method to produce green hydrogen, a type of renewable fuel, using wastewater from the distilling industry. This new approach not only addresses the global challenge of water scarcity but also offers a promising solution for the sustainable production of clean energy.
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Feb 09, 2024

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WiseOnWater

Spring survey moves innovation strategy forward

The UK water sector should give more focus to the themes of delivering resilient infrastructure systems and protecting and enhancing natural systems, according to a survey about the UK 2050 Water Innovation Strategy.
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Feb 07, 2024

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gwf Wasser | Abwasser

Recycling wastewater for sustainable agriculture

Drinking water scarcity is a global issue, including in Sweden, where it’s also used for crop irrigation and various industrial operations. This practice is neither sustainable nor efficient. Hence, MDU has launched an innovative research project aimed at developing efficient techniques to convert industrial process water and wastewater into a valuable asset for food production.
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Feb 05, 2024

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WiseOnWater

Flow insights lower the cost of water-saving

Industrial companies and commercial building owners wanting to reduce waste to improve cost efficiency and save water, must become smarter in their operations, writes Paul Hartley, chief commercial officer, Ovarro
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Feb 02, 2024

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visaplan GmbH

Jasamin Teuchler

NEW UNITRACC Course! BE-13 Renovation: Lining with Cured-In-Place Pipes (CIPP)

New online training course in the renovation section of the e-learning platform: Lining with Cured-In-Place Pipes (CIPP). The flexible remote seminar comprises units about basics, proceudures, installation of UV CIPP, final work, and spirally-wound lining. One section was developed with contributions from the renowned manufacturer SAERTEX multiCom GmbH.
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Feb 02, 2024

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Trenchless Australasia

Pipeline assessment in Auckland

The Watercare network investigation team are currently assessing wastewater pipes in Auckland suburb Mangere East, New Zealand.
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Jan 31, 2024

News

Trenchless Australasia

Tunnelling commences at The Bays

Tunnel boring machines Daphne and Beatrice are preparing to relaunch at the Sydney Metro West site at The Bays, New South Wales.
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Jan 29, 2024

News

gwf Wasser | Abwasser

More protection for groundwater

Groundwater is a keystone ecosystem. An international study proposes ways to improve its protection to preserve biodiversity and mitigate climate change.
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Jan 25, 2024

Article

InfoTiles

Digital Water Technologies Makes Water Resilience Possible

Digital water technologies have the potential to create resilient water utilities capable of responding to unpredictable weather patterns, says Adam Wood, chief product officer, InfoTiles.
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Jan 24, 2024

Article

Aquacycl

Sofia Babanova

Tank Terminal Wastewater Treatment

Case Study
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Jan 22, 2024

News

The European Plastic Pipes & Fittings Association © TEPPFA

Teppfa cosigns supply chain letter on the need for mass balance fuel-use exempt for chemical recycling

The undersigned, representing 20 associations in the plastics supply chain, call on EU member states to urgently adopt mass balance fuel-use exempt as the EU harmonised mass balance method for allocating recycled content via chemical recycling.
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Jan 19, 2024

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Trenchless Australasia

Horizontal directional drilling: What’s in it for utilities?

In the world of utilities, pipe and cable installations are a routine process. On such projects, getting the job done quickly and effectively is the primary objective.
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Jan 17, 2024

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European Drinking Water

Industry position on the conformity assessment procedure for products in contact with drinking water

The EU Drinking Water Directive (Directive (EU) 2020/2184), which entered into force in January 2021, introduces for the first time EU-wide harmonized minimum hygiene requirements for materials and products in contact with drinking water. For the specific requirements, the EU Commission has to publish several legal acts with supplementary regulations by January 2024.
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Jan 15, 2024

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gwf Wasser | Abwasser

Recycled water can create sustainable food production

In many parts of the world there is a shortage of drinking water. Drinking water is also used to irrigate crops and for various industrial processes. This is neither sustainable nor efficient. Therefore, a new research project has been initiated at Mälardalen University, Sweden, to create effective methods to transform industrial process water and wastewater into a valuable resource for food production.
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Jan 12, 2024

News

Herrenknecht AG

Singapore: tunnelling for sewage superhighway completed

Milestone for the epoch-making "Deep Tunnel Sewerage System" (DTSS) project in Singapore: the five contractors have completed tunnelling works for the second construction phase of the gigantic sewer pipe system.
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Jan 10, 2024

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Trenchless Australasia

A holistic approach to HDD project management

Maxibor Australia chief executive officer (CEO) Rodney O’Meley spoke to Trenchless Australasia on minimising risk and optimising outcomes for stakeholders in horizontal directional drilling (HDD) projects.
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Jan 08, 2024

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WiseOnWater

Research and innovation key to addressing water challenges

Unprecedented concern and curiosity from the public about the water environment, resources and infrastructure signals the need to change the way research and innovation initiatives are communicated.
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Jan 05, 2024

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Info Tiles

Norwegian City takes bold actions towards water stewardship

InfoTiles has been selected to deliver our water platform managing data from smart water meters in partnership with NTE and Altibox in Norway’s third largest municipality, Trondheim.
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Jan 03, 2024

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WiseOnWater

Digitalisation is transforming approaches to asset management

Data forms the foundation of advanced asset management – a foundation that must be laid by water companies now to unlock its full potential, writes Matthew Kennedy, global product manager for water loss at Xylem, ahead of the WWT Asset Management Conference.
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Dec 22, 2023

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visaplan GmbH

Jasamin Teuchler

UNITRACC Module "Lining with Spirally-Wound Pipes with Stationary Winding Machine without Reinforcement Made of Metal or Plastic" (Renovation: CIPP)

100 % remote & flexible! Introducing the new UNITRACC e-learning module about lining with spiral wound pipes with stationary winding machine without reinforcement made of metal or plastic! This module is part of the CIPP course about lining techniques.
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Dec 21, 2023

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WiseOnWater

Leveraging collective strengths to achieve water resilience

COP28 is approaching, and the summit is urging the private sector to commit to bolder climate and net zero action. A new report shows that when it comes to the water sector, advanced tools to support carbon goals are already delivering results, writes Ian Thompson, managing director, Xylem UK & Ireland.
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Dec 20, 2023

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Penetron Group

Penetron Provides Concrete Waterproofing Solution To Help Ohio Facility Meet EPA Water Quality Guidelines

The November 2023 commissioning of the upgraded Lake Loramie wastewater treatment plant in Sidney, Ohio, enabled the city to meet state environmental regulations and increase treatment capacity. PENETRON ADMIX SB, a crystalline waterproofing concrete admixture, was used to protect the plant’s concrete tanks and treatment structures from the aggressive environment of the wastewater – and substantially extend the service life of the plant.
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Dec 18, 2023

Article

Aquacycl

Sofia Babanova

Case Study: New perspectives in sugar industry wastewater treatment

Sugar processing is a critical part of the food supply chain, and the environmental impact of processing and refining has been historically high in terms of water intensity and wastewater pollution.
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Dec 15, 2023

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Rob Carr

Major wastewater projects instrumental to Rob Carr’s success

Microtunnelling contractor Rob Carr is continuing to make a name for itself in the industry following the ongoing success the company is having with its works at Urban Utilities’ Breakfast Creek Sewer Upgrade in Brisbane, and Water Corporation’s Quinns Main Sewer Project in Western Australia.
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Dec 13, 2023

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Envirosight

Envirosight’s Vehicle Build Center Completes 100th Mobile Sewer Inspection Unit

EVANS CITY, PA- Envirosight’s Vehicle Build Center recently celebrated its 100th vehicle build-out, a milestone that arrived sooner than originally anticipated.
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