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Future of Biosolids Technology – Extracting Hydrogen From Sludge

The future of biosolids technology continues to unfold with new discoveries and techniques that can harness the potential of this wastewater by-product. Researchers from around the world continue to look for ways to improve biosolids technology to produce practical products from it. This abundant resource, if not recycled properly, will have a negative impact on…

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Electricity to Improve the Sludge Treatment Process

Electricity has been an integral part of everyday life. It has been used to power everything from our lights at home to even our cars. The one place electricity has yet to commonly applied to is in sludge treatment. But a couple of studies are already being conducted to examine its potential. Researchers led by…

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Improving Biosolids Management with Quality Organic Additives

Improving biosolids management has been key in maximizing the true potential of using biosolids for plant growth. Given the large volumes of sewer water that treatment plants receive from towns and cities around the world, improving biosolids management to sustainably replace chemical fertilizers is more important than ever. Scientists worldwide have poured their efforts into…

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Plastic Discs Allow for Cheaper Wastewater Sewage Treatment

The use of microorganisms in wastewater sewage treatment is nothing new. They have been used for the recovery of nutrients, production of energy and the removal of pollutants and pathogens. This has made it an integral part of the wastewater sewage treatment process. Although their effectiveness has been proven, the kinds of microbes and how…

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Smart Wastewater Networks: Preparing for 5G Technology

Storm surges and flash flooding continue to threaten the overflow of wastewater in many cities around the world and it has been a challenge to monitor wastewater levels in real time to be able to provide a timely response. What if we can build smart wastewater networks to prevent these problems? In the UK, a…

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Calgary To Produce Sustainable Commercial Biofuels from Wastewater

Of all the useful things that can be drawn from wastewater processing, the production of renewable energy is the most promising because of its wide application. The reliance on fossil fuels has been a major concern for many countries around the world because of its effect on our climate. Biofuels from wastewater can be a…

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A Review of Wastewater Treatment Innovations

A Review of Wastewater Treatment Innovations

August 13, 2020 | Under News | Posted by | No Comments

Throughout history, human waste disposal has been an issue for communities. As population grows, the problem becomes even more challenging. We look into wastewater treatment innovations and technologies that help address this problem. The US EPA reported that around 34 billion gallons of wastewater passes through treatment plants across the nation. Wastewater contains a lot…

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Optimizing Production Of Methane From Biosolids

For years, restaurant wastewater has caused problems with sewage systems because of the accumulation of fat, oil and grease (FOG) that can clog pipes. These “fatbergs” can damage water sewage networks resulting in increased costs because of the need for declogging and repair operations. A group of researchers from North Carolina State University are focusing…

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Wastewater Treatment Using Solar Power

Wastewater Treatment Using Solar Power

July 28, 2020 | Under News | Posted by | No Comments

There have been several studies that have investigated making wastewater treatment more efficient and environment friendly. The latest endeavor is using solar power. This comes from a team of researchers from Linköping University in Sweden that have explored the potential to purify wastewater and desalinate seawater using the solar power. The researchers are able to…

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Developing an Affordable Wastewater Treatment System

Proper disposal of human waste, particularly in developing countries, has always been a challenge for researchers because of the inadequacies in infrastructure and funding for treatment on a large scale. In 2011, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation began the “Reinvent the Toilet” initiative that sought to fund innovations in affordable wastewater treatment to allow…

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