WWD Weekly eNews - Nov 6th, 2023
WRF issues $100k for resource recovery research
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November 6, 2023

Aerzen's oil-free, high-speed turbo blower is ideal for middle- and high-intake volume flows in industrial and municipal wastewater treatment facilities and other low-pressure applications. 

When WWTPs achieve successful enhanced biological nutrient removal, natural waterways are protected.

This bi-directional ultrasonic flowmeter is ideally suited to measure biogas with a high CO2 content as well as small amounts of other media like H2S, nitrogen, hydrocarbons or condensation water. Its corrosion resistant titanium transducers provide a strong ultrasonic signal into the gas. The signal processing of the meter allows a better detection of small, strongly dampened acoustic signals.

Black & Veatch's Chris Ranck explains how machine learning can demystify collection systems to create more efficient designs and more reliable outcomes.
In this episode, Duke McCall, partner at Morgan Lewis, discusses implications of SCOTUS' Sackett v. EPA decision.

Whether organic or inorganic particles are your problem, ORIVAL filters will protect your process, equipment or outfall from damage or inefficiencies due to suspended solids, and are widely used in municipal and industrial treatment facilities.

The Water Research Foundation presented the 2023 Paul L. Busch Award to William Tarpeh for his research to produce fertilizers, fuels, and commodity chemicals from wastewater.
The acquisition U.S. Industrial Technologies, a Michigan-based provider of total waste and recycling services, will expand Veolia’s Environmental Solutions and Services division.
Researchers at the O’Brien Water Reclamation Plant are studying the feasibility of phytoremediation with artificial floating islands filter nutrient pollution in wastewater and surface water streams.
The early access program will enable ZwitterCo to partner with some customers and manufacturers for field applications before the organic fouling-immune product’s commercial launch in 2024.
The Sanitation Districts were founded in 1023 to collect and treat wastewater on a regional level — now, the agency is one of the largest wastewater and solid waste management agencies in the world.