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

    • Leader Focus

  • 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.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

Utility £24m maintenance programme awarded in England

Utility SEMBCORP Bournemouth Water has engaged Kier as its new delivery partner in a £24 million maintenance programme...

North Carolina announces first LEED Platinum elementary school

Northside Elementary School in Chapel Hill, N.C., has earned LEED Platinum certification with the Green Building Certification Institute, representing the first LEED Platinum elementary school in North Carolina.

Membranes

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

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