Latest Effluent Stories

2014-01-22 16:22:30

DUBLIN, January 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pktb6v/gcc_industrial) has announced the addition of the "GCC Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market - Key Products and Initiatives Driving Growth in the Region" [http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pktb6v/gcc_industrial ] report to their offering. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769 ) This study investigates...

2012-12-06 05:01:04

The town of Villalba de los Barros in Spain is innovating wastewater treatment using using bacterial injections in its sewer system. This process employs the sewer pipes underground to do work prior to the wastewater treatment plant resulting in significant benefits to the town, environment and treatment plant. Villalba de Los Barros, Badajoz, Extremadura Spain (PRWEB) December 05, 2012 Villalba de los Barros, a small municipality located in the province of Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain uses...

2012-09-02 23:02:53

In-Pipe Technology´s Agent in Mexico awarded a contract to implement In-Pipe´s green sewer collection system treatment to improve effluent quality and increase treatment capacity at the Services of Water and Drainage of Monterrey´s (SADM´s) Garcia wastewater treatment plant. Wheaton, IL (PRWEB) September 02, 2012 In-Pipe Technology Company® Company, Inc. announced that In-Pipe´s agent in Mexico, Forcis SA de CV, has signed a contract to provide In-Pipe´s...

2012-02-20 11:00:00

Sump Pumps Direct Announces Best Sewage Pumps. Recommendations Based on Sales History and Customer Reviews. Bolingbrook, IL (PRWEB) February 20, 2012 Today SumpPumpsDirect.com released its recommendations for the best sewage pumps. “Sewage pumps are automatic pumps designed to efficiently transfer waste water from a bathroom to a sewage or septic line," said Jim Owiecki, resident product expert at Sump Pumps Direct. “Knowing how many toilets and sinks you have discharging into...

2010-10-18 16:35:03

The strategies used to assess the environmental risks posed by pharmaceuticals are not enough to protect natural microbial communities, reveals a researcher from the University of Gothenburg (Sweden) who is calling for better environmental risk assessments. "Above all, we need to include the combined effects of different drugs to reflect the situation in nature as it really is," says Sara Brosch© from the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences at the University of Gothenburg....

2010-06-22 06:14:02

According to US researchers on Monday, a Colorado wastewater treatment plant has received upgrades to help filter out gender-bending chemicals that were affecting fish. The researchers said male fish are now taking longer to be feminized by so-called hormone disrupters in one Colorado creek after improvements to a Boulder wastewater treatment facility was done in 2008. David Norris of the University of Colorado at Boulder had earlier found ethinylestradiol, a female hormone used in...

2010-01-04 08:00:00

BEIJING, China, Jan. 4 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Tri-Tech Holding Inc. (Nasdaq: TRIT), a premier Chinese company that engineers, manages and monitors municipal sewer systems, natural waterways and other water resources, announced today that it has received a $2 million Build-Transfer (BT) contract for a wastewater treatment plant upgrade in Xinle City, Hebei province. Tri-Tech will upgrade the plant and transfer ownership to Xinle City. The upgrade will improve the effluent quality...

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