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De Nora joins forum for advancing smart water and wastewater solutions worldwide

27-02-2020
De Nora, SWAN, forum, smart water, wastewater treatment, water treatment, solutions, innovations, smart technology, water network, water monitoring, utilities, digitalisation, digitisation

De Nora has announced its membership in SWAN, the Smart Water Networks Forum. A UK-based non-profit, SWAN brings together leading international water utilities, solution providers, academics, investors, regulators, and other industry experts to accelerate the awareness and adoption of “smart,” data-driven solutions in water and …

Step into the future with mercury, arsenic and selenium determinations for online wastewater applications

21-02-2020
P S Analytical, online, water network, wastewater treatment, water monitoring

P S Analytical is showcasing the new trace metal monitoring analysers, particularly for the toxic mercury (Hg), arsenic (As) and selenium (Se) elements in wastewater streams, based on the company’s ultra-sensitive and market leading Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy (AFS) technology. According to the company, this is set to bring some …

StormHarvester develops new green technology to help reduce environmental pollution

18-02-2020
StormHarvester, sewage, wastewater, research, water monitoring, drainage network

Brian Moloney, founder, StormHarvester, with Dr Vicky Kell, director of innovation, research and development, Invest NI Northern Ireland tech start-up StormHarvester has developed a system to monitor and control water and wastewater levels within drainage networks. Smart Control System The green technology, Smart Control System, reduces the …

Spotlight on the 2017 Water Steward of the Year

12-02-2020
awards, water steward, Water's Next, CABIN, water network, water monitoring, Canadian Water Summit

Kat Hartwig, executive director of Living Lakes Canada, received the Water Steward of the Year award at the Water’s Next Gala in 2017. Under Hartwig’s leadership, Living Lakes Canada has been engaging with groups and individuals at the local level through community-based monitoring. Since 2005, the organisation has been involved in …

Flygt releases MAS 801 pump monitoring system

10-02-2020
Flygt, Xylem, pump monitoring, water network

Flygt, a Xylem brand, recently launched its MAS 801 next generation pump monitoring system with enhanced functionality for more precise station diagnostics. Designed for wastewater applications, including stormwater and flood mitigation projects, the company says the Flygt MAS 801 offers powerful predictive analytics which enable time, cost and …

Editor’s pickADVERTORIAL: The evolution of the command centre: Empowering the operations

07-02-2020
AVEVA, command centre, operations, water network, water monitoring

The impact of climate change is likely to make the water cycle, infrastructure and demand management more complex and costly. Water and Wastewater Asia sits down with CTI Resources’ Chai Kim Chen to learn how a unified command centre allows water utilities to do more with less. Chai Kim Chen, director at CTI Resources Like other sectors, …