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Water & Wastewater features, January 2012

Review of technologies and selection criteria for emergency water supply

This comprehensive review of water technologies for emergency applications identifies the strengths and weaknesses of each water technology. Independent cr


Investment planning and ensuring compliance with regulations has always been important in the UK water industry, but with increasingly complex regulatory f


Leakage is a common problem among many water utilities. It is often caused, and made worse, by the pressure in the water mains being kept at a higher level


Monitoring and controlling water and sewage assets across the UK can be a challenge, but utilising modern telecommunications from M.A.C Solutions means uti


Maintenance of submersible pumps is complex due to the depth at which they are installed, which makes access difficult. Correct facility design to extend t


When the fountains in the Trocadero Gardens near the Eiffel Tower in Paris needed extensive renovation work, it was not only a question of what equipment t


Caprari’s recent announcement of a strategic alliance with French manufacturer Peme Gourdin to launch the new High Flow Line range demonstrates a double mo


World Pumps takes a look at the key themes covered by German water and sewage trade fair IFAT which in 2012 promises to be the biggest ever.


The manufacturing of wafers for photovoltaic (PV) solar panels requires a precise process that puts production equipment to the test. Several of these proc


The splitting off by ITT Corporation of some of its most well known brands to form Xylem, a company dedicated to the water and wastewater industry, did tak


A water services provider in Kenya's coast province has installed a new set of vertical multistage pumps at its water treatment plant following a failure.


When a US wastewater treatment plant in South Carolina saw lower flows than expected, due to a delayed housing project, the facility experienced repeated v


Energy savings can be obtained in several ways, but before manufacturers turn to hydraulic optimisation of units or apply new electrical drives or powerful


Bedford Pumps contributed to an extensive refurbishment of Ashton Avenue sewage pumping station, one of Wessex Water's largest and most critical facilities

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