Table of Contents

WaterWorld

12/01/2013
Volume 28, Issue 6
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  • REGULARS

  • UPFRONT

  • REGIONAL SPOTLIGHT Asia Pacific

  • TECHNOLOGY CASE STUDIES

    • Desalination

      • Sorek Stands Tall

        After passing its performance testing, Israel's new Sorek large-scale desalination plant is now operational.

    • Drinking Water

      • The New Black Gold?

        During a pilot study to decolour drinking water, it was discovered that the perceived waste stream removed actually contained humic acids and table salt.

    • Wastewater Treatment

      • Activated Sludge 2.0

        After 20 years in research and development, the Nereda aerobic granular sludge process is now in operation, with over 10 references globally and 20 facilities planned.

    • Water Provision

      • Green Light for Red-Dead Sea Pipeline Project

        Approved before the end of the year, the $10 billion Red Sea-Dead Sea project will see the joining of two oceans in the Middle East to transport millions of cubic metres of seawater.

    • Utility Management Leakage

      • Bahamas Gets Tough on NRW

        With a non-revenue water rate of 58% and many failed attempts to improve its water network, the Bahamas' Water and Sewerage Corporation has embarked on a 10-year plan improvement plan.

    • Flood Prevention

    • Wastewater Flow Monitoring

      • Under Control Keeping Wastewater Contained

        A look at how Severn Trent Water in the UK is using active monitoring to encourage early preventative action and provide data to develop a methodology for more strategic future responses.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

CH2M HILL lauded for noteworthy wastewater treatment projects

CH2M HILL has been recognized with two Global Water Awards for its exceptional infrastructure work involving Peru's Taboada Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Bahrain Petroleum Company.

Winners of 2013 Campus RainWorks Challenge targeting green infrastructure announced

Four winners of the Environmental Protection Agency's second annual Campus RainWorks Challenge were recently announced.

S.F. Bay water quality, wetlands to be improved with $5M EPA grants

Nearly $5 million in grants provided by EPA have been designated to restore water quality and wetlands throughout the San Francisco Bay watershed.

Aeration Problem?

A supposed aeration problem is often nothing of the sort; it is simply the need for an efficient and appropriate mixer. Therefore, any facility striving to achieve as much treatment as possible on-site should consider mixing to reduce total operation costs.

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