Analyser Maintenance

Analyser Maintenance

Posted on 25th July 2017

In a world full of automated processes, it is to be expected that the water industry will be placing increasing reliance on data produced by continuous analysis equipment. Automation of the critical function of monitoring water quality removes the risk of human error in analysing water samples and enables corrective action to be taken quickly.

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Industrial Wastewater Treatment Costs don’t need to be Money Down the Drain

Industrial Wastewater Treatment Costs don’t need to be Money Down the Drain

Posted on 18th July 2017

When a company is evaluating the optimum solution for treating their wastewater it isn’t simply a matter of finding the lowest cost end of pipe solution. Understanding the different ways that water is used throughout the plant provides the basis for devising a long term cost effective strategy and a critical first step in this is reducing the volume of waste produced in the first place.

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Belmar Wins Waste Automation System Contract

Belmar Wins Waste Automation System Contract

Posted on 14th July 2017

Belmar Technologies has been appointed to supply a Waste Automation System to Quaker Chemical Corporation in Detroit. The end customer is the US Steel Corporation also in Detroit.

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The Rise in the Global Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market

The Rise in the Global Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market

Posted on 25th November 2016

Increased population and industrialisation means that demand for chemically treated wastewater is rising. Across the world the residential, commercial and industrial sectors are facing a shortage of clean water due to a shortfall in water recourses.

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Johannesburg Water is Investigating Water Reuse

Johannesburg Water is Investigating Water Reuse

Posted on 23rd November 2016

Johannesburg is the biggest city in South Africa, it is also the capital of Gauteng which is the wealthiest province in South Africa. Johannesburg Water is investigating water reuse options with the aim to create world class sanitation and high quality water for the people of Johannesburg. This investigation of water reuse will interest customers who may want to use treated wastewater for non drinking purposes.

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Improving the San Diego Ocean

Improving the San Diego Ocean

Posted on 16th November 2016

Wastewater and sewage spilling into the San Diego ocean has become a common occurrence over the years. Infact, levels have gotten so high that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a plan to lower wastewater discharges into the ocean, thus improving water quality.

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Turning Wastewater into Power

Turning Wastewater into Power

Posted on 8th November 2016

Researchers in the United States have been working on a bio-manufacturing process, which utilises a biological organism found within brewery wastewater, to produce the carbon-based materials needed to create energy storage cells.

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Using UV Disinfection to Improve River Quality

Using UV Disinfection to Improve River Quality

Posted on 2nd November 2016

The O’Brien Water Reclamation Plant serves over 1 million people within a 143 square mile radius. The plant has recently added a final stage of ultraviolet (UV) disinfection in an attempt to transform the Chicago river, making it the world’s biggest ultraviolet (UV) disinfection facility.

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Will a National Grid for Water Become a Reality?

Will a National Grid for Water Become a Reality?

Posted on 31st October 2016

When summer begins in the UK, questions are raised around water availability, along with discussions on hosepipe bans, fixing leaks in networks and the transfer of water throughout the UK.

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Can California Recycle Wastewater During its Drought

Can California Recycle Wastewater During its Drought

Posted on 26th October 2016

California’s recent drought has triggered a large amount of interest in recycled water, specifically in cleaning treated sewage to the highest possible level, to transform it into a reliable source for other uses and has kickstarted a number of new wastewater treatment projects.

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