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Step into the future with mercury, arsenic and selenium determinations for online wastewater applications

21-02-2020
P S Analytical, online, water network, wastewater treatment, water monitoring

P S Analytical is showcasing the new trace metal monitoring analysers, particularly for the toxic mercury (Hg), arsenic (As) and selenium (Se) elements in wastewater streams, based on the company’s ultra-sensitive and market leading Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy (AFS) technology. According to the company, this is set to bring some …

BioLargo announces crowdfunding offering of water subsidiary opportunity to invest in water treatment technology

20-02-2020
BioLargo, crowdfunding, water treatment, wastewater treatment

BioLargo, Inc., developer of sustainable technologies and a full-service environmental engineering company, has announced that it has commenced a Regulation Crowdfunding offering through its wholly-owned subsidiary BioLargo Water Investment Group, Inc. to support efforts to launch its patented water treatment technology into …

WELTEC BIOPOWER to present solutions for climate-neutral energy generation at IFAT

20-02-2020
WELTEC, biogas, sludge, wastewater treatment, IFAT, trade show, exhibition

The reference projects for the digestion of waste and the production of biomethane, which is equivalent to natural gas, include the WELTEC plant of French potato chip manufacturer Altho  At this year‘s IFAT, the world‘s leading trade fair for environmental technologies, which will be held in Munich, Germany, from 4 to 8 May, …

Wastewater could power the US and Mexico

18-02-2020
wastewater, wastewater treatment, US, Mexico

Total waste water production is set to increase by 24% over the 10 years, but a new study by the UN Institute for Water says we should regard wastewater as an untapped resource. Those are the conclusions of a team led by Manzoor Qadir, who have estimated the world's total wastewater production. This is the first comprehensive study that includes …

StormHarvester develops new green technology to help reduce environmental pollution

18-02-2020
StormHarvester, sewage, wastewater, research, water monitoring, drainage network

Brian Moloney, founder, StormHarvester, with Dr Vicky Kell, director of innovation, research and development, Invest NI Northern Ireland tech start-up StormHarvester has developed a system to monitor and control water and wastewater levels within drainage networks. Smart Control System The green technology, Smart Control System, reduces the …