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Research tackles excess fluoride in water
A researcher from the University of Bath is leading the way in developing a safe and affordable way of removing harmful excessive fluoride in the water supply used by communities in East Africa.
- Drinking Water Quality conference to highlight regulatory standards Water company directors, chief scientists and water quality experts are set to gather on November 8th to discuss the... Read More >
- PR19 Challenge Report - Supply Interruptions In the third in our series of PR19 Challenge Reports, which look in detail at each of the 14 common performance... Read More >
- New trends and technologies under spotlight at WWEM 2018 Over 80 seminars will take place over the course of two days at WWEM 2018, the water, wastewater & environmental... Read More >
- PR19 Challenge Report - Sewer Flooding In the second of our PR19 Challenge Reports, which look in detail at each of the 14 common performance commitments which... Read More >
- River rescue: High-resolution monitoring of nutrient pollution OTT Hydrometry's Nigel Grimsley discusses the technologies that have overcome traditional barriers to the continuous... Read More >
- WWT Explains… Pumps as Turbines In this educational guide from WWT we look at Pumps as Turbines (PaT) applications, in which pumps can be run in reverse... Read More >
- Opinion: Phosphorus just one of the problem pollutants Phosphorus may be front of mind for wastewater treatment in the UK at the moment, but this emphasis should not mean that... Read More >
- Top Tips for... turbidity monitoring The impact that high levels of turbidity and suspended solids can have on the aquatic environment makes it a particularly... Read More >
- WWT challenge report: leakage In the first of our Challenge Reports looking at the 14 common performance commitments that water companies will be... Read More >
- "Farmers want to be part of the solution" on catchment management Emma Goddard, Head of Environment, South East Water, speaks to WWT about the company's award-winning catchment management... Read More >
- Catchment management: Seeking Solutions at Source After Winterton Water Treatment Works spent almost six years out of operation due to pesticide problems, Anglian Water... Read More >
- Comment: What next for water catchment management? The Government's 25-year environment plan plots a path away from the current regulator- led approach towards a holistic... Read More >
- WWT Explains... Wastewater pump control and optimisation Welcome to our WWT Explains guide to wastewater pump control and optimisation, which has been produced in association with... Read More >
- WWT's Supplier hub Effectively optimise your relevant sales and marketing collateral to 18,115 water professionals each and every month. Read More >
- Interview: Guy Thompson, Managing Director, EnTrade Wessex Water has recently spun out EnTrade - the trading platform it developed for environmental catchment interventions –... Read More >
- Research tackles excess fluoride in water A researcher from the University of Bath is leading the way in developing a safe and affordable way of removing harmful excessive fluoride in the water supply used by communities in East Africa.
- ‘Systems thinking' helps build confidence in drinking water The water industry is applying ‘systems thinking' to ensure it can respond quickly to incidents and ensure the public retain confidence in its service, delegates heard at WWT’s Drinking Water Quality conference.
- Irish Water opens EUR30M water treatment plant in Kerry Irish Water and Kerry County Council have officially opened the Kerry Central Regional Water Treatment Plant.
- Irish Water to invest EUR21.5M in Tullamore and Birr supply schemes Irish Water has signed a contract for major upgrades to the Tullamore and Birr water supply schemes.
- Southern invests £22M in new filters for Hastings WTWs Southern Water has invested £22 million in installing new filters at the two water treatment works that serve Hastings.