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Recycled wastewater evokes disgust reactions

recycled water, study, research, water treatment

If people are educated on recycled water, they may come to agree it's perfectly safe and tastes as good - or better - than their drinking water. They may even agree it's an answer to the critical water imbalance in California, where the northern third of the state holds 75 per cent of the water despite 80 per cent of the demand coming from the …

Plants will make future river flooding way worse

flooding, plants, study, research

By hoarding water underground, plants will contribute to future river flooding, adding to soil saturation and boosting rain runoff, researchers report. In their new study, the researchers describe the emerging role of plant physiology in flooding. As an adaptation to an overabundance of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, trees, plants, and grasses …

Editor’s pickWessex data shows total compliance at Sherborne

case study, wastewater treatment, filter

A wastewater treatment repurpose project carried out at a Wessex Water site not only delivered a 75 per cent cost saving, but figures show that ammonia discharge levels are below the level of detection. The Challenge Population growth in the town of Sherborne in Dorset meant that the rural water recycling facility owned and operated by Wessex …

Steel pipes projected for significant hike in sales

Steel pipes, CAGR, vendor insights, market report, market study, wastewater treatment infrastructure

According to a study, the water and wastewater pipes market is projected to grow at about five per cent CAGR in the forecast period. Increasing investments for the enhancement of wastewater treatment infrastructure in developing countries are expected to propel the growth of the water and wastewater pipes market. According to the analysis, …

Enigma3m trial in Johor pinpoints 115 leaks

Enigma3m, case study

A subsidiary of Ranhill Holdings Berhad, Ranhill SAJ Sdn Bhd is involved in the process of water treatment and distribution of treated water to consumers right up to billing and collection. The company serves a population of 3.1 million, and manages 22,175km of pipes over an area of approximately 19,000km2. As of December 2018, the Non-Revenue …