Table of Contents

WaterWorld

06/01/2014
Volume 29, Issue 3
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  • REGULARS

    • Editors Note

    • News

      • World News

        Collection of water and wastewater new headlines from the world

    • Analysis

    • Product Review

      • Pumps

        Collection of product and news announcements  focused on Sludge Treatment - Pumps

    • Technology Round-Up

      • Membranes

        Collection of product and news announcements  focused on Sludge Treatment - Membranes

  • UPFRONT

  • REGIONAL SPOTLIGHT

    • Mexico' s New Giant in Town

      Set to be one of the world's largest wastewater treatment plants, Mexico's Atotonilco project will treat 3.6 million m3/day and help revitalize local infrastructure. With such an enormous project, what technical and logistic challenges have been faced?

  • TECHNOLOGY CASE STUDIES

    • Seek & Destroy: Algal Blooms

      Earlier this year, a European Union-backed consortium commenced work on a 30-month project to develop a robotic system that is capable of autonomously detecting and disposing of harmful algae by using an ultrasonic tool on an Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV).

    • Activated Sludge: 100 [years] not out

      Wastewater scientists and engineers are celebrating the centenary of a major technology milestone this year. WWi joined them on a trip to the UK city of Manchester to reflect on a hundred years of activated sludge

    • Bubble Power Enhancing a Weapon for RO Membrane Cleaning

      Efficiently maintained membranes can reduce cleaning frequency and the amount of chemicals used. A three-year R&D project has developed a cleaning system for reverse osmosis (RO) membranes that combines chemical bubble generation with physical bubble generation to enhance foulant removal.

    • Understanding IEC Standards & Wastewater Pump Motor Efficiencies

      Manufacturers around the world are trying to reduce the energy consumption of pumps.

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