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)...

New water market opportunities

With just over a month to go (at the time of writing) before the retail market for business, charity and public sector customers in...

A choice between floods or droughts?

Derek Hunt (UK Rainwater Management Association) says sustainable urban drainage systems are only half of a solution and argues for better choices in surface...

Tanks join wider mix

Reducing the risk of flooding has often relied heavily upon the ability of water and sewerage companies (WASCs) to increase the capacity of their...

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...

Gaining control of water supply measurement

Techniques such as uncertainty analysis and data reconciliation are cost-effective methods of improving the effectiveness of network monitoring and the interpretation of measurement data. With...

Coagulation for phosphorus removal

An examination of the efficient use of coagulation for phosphorus (P) removal and energy reduction in wastewater treatment plant operation. Increasing energy costs and...

Pathogen tests for sludge

Each year, the UK generates about 15,000 tonnes of sewage sludge and, like many developed countries, has a commitment both to minimise the amount...

A bright future

Anglian Water is teaming up with businesses big and small to create a hotbed of innovation in and around the racing town of Newmarket...

Thoughts on leakage

The 9th Global Leakage Summit took place in London on 13-14 March 2018 looking at efficiency, resilience and sustainability. Here, Bob Taylor of South West...

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