Treating ammonia: options overview

Where are we now and where are we going in meeting the challenges for sustainable ammonia treatment? While providing an overview of current technologies...

Coagulation and flocculation: Improvement through understanding

In the world of water and wastewater treatment, coagulation and flocculation are processes that have been used for many years (reportedly, both the Egyptians...

Principles of galvanic corrosion

The use and combination of various metals in water and sewage installations can result in galvanic corrosion and very high corrosion rates. In this...

New guidance on constructing SuDS

Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) are a useful tool in managing surface water flooding at a local level. However, while guidance on their design has...

Consumer choice for business

As the new non-household retail water market launches in England, Evan Joanette of the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) explores the opportunities and challenges...

Technology flows on

Flow is the most important parameter measured by the water industry to manage and control the clean and wastewater networks from source to tap...

Meeting the new low phosphorus standards

The water industry is about to face one of the biggest challenges in maintaining wastewater compliance in its history. The Water Framework Directive (WFD)...

Target: 50 per cent self-generation

Severn Trent currently generates the equivalent of 38 per cent of the energy it uses from a variety of renewable sources and, with ambitions...

Tackling odour

An overview of the common causes of odour in waste water treatment and the range of options for tackling it. Wastewater treatment has an inherent...

Upscaling trials to catalyse wastewater innovation

Newcastle University’s Biological Engineering: Wastewater Innovation at Scale (BE:WISE) research facility aims to help speed up credible wastewater treatment innovation by allowing scientifically rigorous...

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