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Webinar: Odor and corrosion control – the smart way

H2S is a nuisance odor that is naturally occurring in wastewater collection systems. Not only is it a source of complaints for a municipality,...

Access the latest water treatment chemistry expertise through Kemira webinars

Browse our collection of water treatment webinars and watch the recordings on-demand at your convenience. Hear industry experts share the latest findings, research and...

Webinar: Carbon footprint of different wastewater treatment plant configurations

This webinar discusses the findings of a brand new study conducted by IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute. The study investigated three different wastewater treatment plant...

Indian analyser contract supports high plant availability

India’s largest engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company chose Endress+Hauser as its partner for the maintenance management of all analysers installed at a large...

GRP pipes have a lifetime of 150 years – here’s the proof

"Engineered for the next 150 years": it's quite a bold claim that Amiblu makes about its GRP products. But how can anyone possibly know,...

Compact field unit for water analysis including iron

See us at: Aquatech 2019, Hall 12, Stand 12.311B Measuring the quality of water is essential in many sectors. Be it in seawater desalination plants,...

Why chemical treatment is a no-brainer

Phosphorus is the key nutrient causing eutrophication in our lakes and rivers, so it’s vitally important that it is removed from wastewater as efficiently...

XXL pipes for new city district in Monaco

AGRU Kunststofftechnik’s XXL pipes are being installed to support an unusual urban development in Monaco, which will see the crowded country expand into the...

Egg-shaped GRP pipes for major sewer rehab in Bucharest

Bucharest’s sewer system is between 25 and 100 years old, and a decision was made to renovate it step by step to increase its...

Innovative drinking water quality monitoring with the pipe::scan

Drinking water regulation can be improved by moving away from fixed, regular laboratory sampling to a risk assessment-based adaptation of sampling planning. The former approach...

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COVID-19: an opportunity to recover better

The water sector has found itself caught up in the current pandemic in many ways. Our responses can help shape a more resilient future...

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WHO and surveillance of COVID-19 virus in wastewater and sludge

By Kate Medlicott, Team Leader for Sanitation and Wastewater, Water, Sanitation Hygiene and Health Unit, WHO Geneva The promising progress with surveillance of the SARS-CoV-2...