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Veolia Water Technologies, Urban Utilities to install Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream ANITA™ Mox treatment plant

28-05-2020
Veolia, Urban Utilities, ANITA Mox, wastewater treatment, Australia

Veolia Water Technologies and Urban Utilities are working to install Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream ANITA™ Mox treatment plant this year. A first-of-its-kind in Australia, this organic and environmentally-focused technology is an exciting development for the wastewater treatment industry. Construction is …

Andritz presents new pump controller

28-05-2020
Andritz, pump, water treatment

Andritz has introduced its newly developed pump controller (APC), a flexible and individual control unit for interconnected pumps in sprinkler, wastewater, lifting, pressure boosting and fire extinguishing systems and in water supply networks. In the standard design, the APC provides functions like display, operation, notification, and control in …

Mueller launches new international website

28-05-2020
Mueller, website, technology, sales

Mueller Water Products, Inc. has announced the launch of the Mueller-International website. The website showcases a broad product and service portfolio with a friendly user experience, designed to meet the needs of the global market. Specifics include newly developed data sheets as well as detailed regional information about a wide range of …

IVACE launches the “Accelerathon Water Challenges” to select the best wastewater specialised start-up initiative

27-05-2020
IVACE, water treatment, challenge, Europe

The Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness (IVACE), in collaboration with the Metalworking, Furniture, Wood, Packing and Similar Technologic Institute (AIDIMME) and the Network of Technologic Institutes of the Valencian Community (REDIT), has launched the “Accelerathon Water Challenges” initiative; an open innovation …

Editor’s pickGreen light for world-leading renewable hydrogen from wastewater project

27-05-2020
Australia, wastewater treatment, research, science, water treatment

For the first time in Australia, a project is in the pipeline to produce low-emission hydrogen and graphite from sewage at a wastewater treatment plant. Water Minister Dave Kelly and Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan announced the project today for Western Australian-based technology company, Hazer Group to use waste gas (biogas) …