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  Most human activities that use water produce wastewater. As the overall demand for water grows, the quantity of wastewater produced and its overall pollution load are continu…
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  A major new research facility which will allow scientists to discover more sustainable and affordable ways to treat wastewater has been opened at a sewage treatment works in …
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The 4th annual WWT Water Industry Technology Innovation Conference is taking place on 1st December in Birmingham. More than 80 forward-thinking water industry professionals and…
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Category: Water Utilities

How can reservoir water be kept healthy? The challenge Reservoirs can develop algal growths which are unsightly, a hazard to recreational users and biodiversity, making the wate…
Reservoirs can develop algal growths which are unsightly, a hazard to recreational users and biodiversity, making the water costly to treat before it can be put into the public supplies. http://www.wskep.net/index.php/waterr2b/sectors/water-utilities/reservoir-management/


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How to treat landfill leachates? The challenge Landfill leachates result from the percolation of water through the solid wastes that have been disposed of in landfills. Such lea…
Landfill leachates result from the percolation of water through the solid wastes that have been disposed of in landfills. Such leachates are made of cocktails of a variety of toxic organic and inorganic substances. http://www.wskep.net/index.php/waterr2b/sectors/industry/leachates/


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