Industrial Water and Wastewater News

  1. Study Confirms Micro-Algae's Cleaning Ability In Wastewater Treatment

    Environmental engineers have discovered that Chlorella vulgaris, a single-celled fresh water algae species, effectively removes pollutants from wastewater even at fluctuating levels, making it an effective tool for wastewater treatment.

  2. BQE Water Signs Contract For New SART Project In Latin America

    BQE Water Inc., a leader in the management of mine wastewater and metallurgical bleed streams, has entered into a services agreement with a wholly owned subsidiary of a Canadian mining company for the staged implementation of the SART process at an operating gold mine located in Latin America.

  3. Following A Record Year, Bluewater Bio Is Now Awarded US $36.5M Contract In Bahrain

    Further to recent contract wins in its three strategic global locations, Bluewater Bio Limited, a leading provider of treatment solutions to the water industry, have been awarded a US $36.5M contract with the Ministry of Works of the Kingdom of Bahrain to further upgrade and expand the Tubli wastewater treatment plant, which is the largest in the country, serving a population equivalent of c. 1.4 million.

  4. Resirkulere Adds Water Lens Water Chemistry Test Kits To Their Portfolio

    Resirkulere USA, Inc., a total water management solutions provider offering real-time mobile water recycling and hydrocarbon separation for drill-outs and clean-outs, has announced its intention to add the Water Lens LLC, accurate and consistent on-site water chemistry testing systems, test kits to its toolbox of capabilities with first deployments in North Dakota's Bakken area scheduled for the first quarter of 2019.

  5. Andrew Snyder Appointed Blue-White Sales Manager

    Blue-White Industries is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Snyder to the position of Sales Manager.

  6. Metropolitan Invests In Future Development Of Local Water Supplies

    The potential future production of more local water supplies received a financial boost Tuesday (Jan. 8) from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

  7. Petition For U.S. Supreme Court Review Of Atlantic Sunrise Decision Will Set Precedent If Accepted, Including For PennEast

    The Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN) filed a Writ of Certiorari with the United States Supreme Court on behalf of themselves and Lancaster Against Pipelines asking the Court to review a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit decision that infringes on rights of Pennsylvanians to appeal the issuance of state water quality certifications for natural gas pipeline projects.

  8. Antibiotic Resistance In The Environment Linked To Fecal Pollution

    A new study indicates that fecal pollution can largely explain the increase in resistant bacteria often found in human-impacted environments.

  9. UM Researchers: Leafcutter Ants Emit As Much N2O As Wastewater Treatment Tanks

    Tropical forests are one of the largest natural sources of the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O), and a tiny insect may play a big role in how those emissions are spread out across the landscape.

  10. Axine Signs Multi-Year Wastewater Service Agreement With A Leading Pharmaceutical Manufacturer

    Industrial wastewater treatment provider Axine Water Technologies has signed a multi-year wastewater services agreement with a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer.