Treatment News

  1. USCG Type-Approval Awarded To De Nora BALPURE BWTS

    De Nora, a market leading supplier of electrochlorination equipment, recently announced that it has received Type-Approval from the United States Coastguard (USCG) for its BALPURE ballast water treatment system (BWTS).

  2. Henkel Maribor Opened New Building For Waste Water Treatment

    Recently Henkel Maribor opened a new waste water treatment building on its premises and was honored by the presence of distinguished guests, among them Mr. Borut Pahor, President of the Republic Slovenia, The Mayor of the Municipality of Maribor, Saša Arsenovič, German Ambassador in Slovenia Mr. Klaus Riedel and the Austrian Ambassador in Slovenia Mag. Sigrid Berka.

  3. EPA, New Mexico Announce New Website Detailing Draft White Paper On Oil And Natural Gas Wastewater, Recycling And Reuse

    The State of New Mexico and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have released a draft white paper which addresses state and federal regulatory management of produced water, along with opportunities to treat and reuse the water to help alleviate water scarcity issues across the state.

  4. MGX Minerals Announces Manufacturing Of Third Rapid Lithium Extraction Oil & Gas Wastewater Treatment System

    MGX Minerals Inc. and engineering subsidiary PurLucid Treatment Solutions Inc. (“PurLucid”) are pleased to provide an update on manufacturing of its third petrolithium and advanced wastewater treatment system.

  5. Kenilworth Sewage Treatment Plant Goes Green

    Unitywater’s Kenilworth sewage treatment plant (STP) can now boast its green credentials, with the installation of solar panels and a floating wetland at the site.

  6. New Technology For H2S Removal In Crude Oil

    Q2 Technologies, the developer of triazine based Scavengers, has now brought to market an innovative H2S Scavenger for crude oil applications. Refineries, production streams and crude oil terminals can eliminate fouling from triazine based Scavengers when treating oil with Pro3® while maintaining similar costs

  7. Precious Metal Tracks Nanoplastics

    More than 98% of the smallest plastic particles from sewers are retained in sludge. Researchers have been able to prove this by incorporating the precious metal palladium as a tracer in artificial nanoplastics.

  8. How Slick Water And Black Shale In Fracking Combine To Produce Radioactive Waste

    Radioactivity in fracking wastewater comes from the interaction between a chemical slurry and ancient shale during the hydraulic fracturing process, according to Dartmouth College research.

  9. Jacobs Selected For Wetland/Electro-Coagulation Treatment Facility At Superfund Site In Washington State

    Jacobs (NYSE: JEC) was selected by the Kaiser Mead Custodial Work Trust to design, build, operate and optimize a Wetland/Electro-Coagulation Treatment Facility that will be used to clean up groundwater cyanide, fluoride and nitrate pollution at the Kaiser Aluminum (Mead Works) Superfund site in Mead, Washington

  10. NSL OilChem Waste Management Officially Opens S$40M Industrial Wastewater Treatment Complex

    NSL OilChem Waste Management Pte Ltd, the environmental services arm of NSL Ltd, today officially opened a brand new industrial wastewater treatment plant designed to treat a wide spectrum of industrial wastewater from industries such as petrochemicals, pharmaceutical, and automotive.