Projects and case studies featuring wastewater treatment on Enviropro. Inspiration and ideas to help you find the best solution for your project.
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  • ARM Ltd: Ferric sludge reed bed treatment for potable water
    Ferric sludge reed bed treatment for potable water
    ARM Ltd
    Essex & Suffolk Water installed the world’s first natural reed bed system to treat ferric sludge produced during the production of drinking water at its Hanningfield Water Treatment Works. It was estimated that the reed beds...
  • Hydro International: Inlet solution averts need for channel width adjustments
    Inlet solution averts need for channel width adjustments
    Hydro International
    Hydro International's UK Wastewater Services team developed and installed a packaged inlet works system to replace and upgrade underperforming technologies, and in doing so avoided the need for investment in costly civils...
  • Veolia Water Technologies UK: Treatment of sludge liquors using MBBR technology
    Treatment of sludge liquors using MBBR technology
    Veolia Water Technologies UK
    SouthWestWater Ltd (STW) is responsible for providing reliable, efficient and high quality drinking water and wastewater services to a population of 1.5m in South West England. In order to improve the performance of the...
  • Veolia Water Technologies UK: Actiflo® high rate clarifiers solve turbidity problems
    Actiflo® high rate clarifiers solve turbidity problems
    Veolia Water Technologies UK
    Veolia Water Technologies provided the process design, construction, installation, testing and commissioning of 2 package unit Actiflo® high rate clarifiers for Scottish Waters’ WTW at Newmore in the Scottish Highlands,...
  • 2H Water Technologies: DWI Reg31 potable water lamella system, South East Water
    DWI Reg31 potable water lamella system, South East Water
    2H Water Technologies
    South East Water operates the Mike Keleher Water Treatment Works, formerly known as Bray Water Treatment Works. 2H Water Technologies was called in to discuss an improvement scheme on the existing water intake settlement...
  • Veolia Water Technologies UK: Veolia increases the treatment capacity of Fobney WTW
    Veolia increases the treatment capacity of Fobney WTW
    Veolia Water Technologies UK
    Thames Water Utilities is the largest water and wastewater company in the UK. It owns and operates 448 treatment plants located in the south-East of England, covering the area of London and its suburb. At the Fobney works in...
  • Veolia Water Technologies UK: Actiflo high rate clarifiers boost drinking water output
    Actiflo high rate clarifiers boost drinking water output
    Veolia Water Technologies UK
    Veolia Water Technologies provided the process design, construction, installation, testing and commissioning of two package unit Actiflo® high rate clarifiers, and Multiflo® sludge thickeners for South East Waters’ WTW at...
  • Aquasystems International NV: Aqua Turbo® MIX-SL floating mixers for Scottish Water
    Aqua Turbo® MIX-SL floating mixers for Scottish Water
    Aquasystems International NV
    Aquasystems was contacted by Scottish Water in 2019 to enquire about installing floating mixers at one of its water treatment works in Bonnybridge, near Falkirk. Aquasystems provided four of its 11kW MIX-SL floating mixers,...
  • Aquasystems International NV: Floating mixers for Scottish Water's Bonnybridge STW
    Floating mixers for Scottish Water's Bonnybridge STW
    Aquasystems International NV
    Aquasystems International supplied four 11kW Aqua Turbo MIX-SL floating mixers to operate in the existing aeration lanes at Scottish Water’s Bonnybridge STW near Falkirk, which has an increased treatment demand in the summer...
  • Corgin: Spiral aerators installed at a re-activated sludge plant
    Spiral aerators installed at a re-activated sludge plant
    Corgin
    Oxygen starvation was a frequent problem at a small wastewater treatment works run by a UK water company, especially when loads increased and temperatures rose in the summer tourist season. The existing two 18.5 kW venturi...