British Water Supports UK Innovation at Aquatech

A leading UK trade organisation has promised to help companies make the mostHYBACS_ashbourne smart units of the opportunities at global water event Aquatech Amsterdam 2015. British Water, which promotes UK technology and trade links, will be part of the UK Pavilion run by the Government Department for Trade and Investment (UKTI) and the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce.

It is the first time British Water has taken a stand at Aquatech, which takes place at RAI Amsterdam from 3-6 November 2015 and is one of the most important global events in the water industry calendar. Eight UK companies are taking part in the UK Pavilion, with 14 exhibiting elsewhere.

Award-winning technology
Among the innovative UK water businesses taking part in Aquatech 2015 are Guildford-based Modern Water, which manufactures water-monitoring equipment to detect trace elements; Cheshire-based Arvia, which has developed a radical new way to remove micro-pollutants and Lancashire’s atg UV Technology, which has been nominated for the Aquatech Wastewater Innovation Award.

The British Water stand will showcase the work of five British companies – Aqualogy, Aquam Water Services, Bio Systems Europe, Bluewater Bio and Impact Solutions. Read Full Article

3-6 November 2015 – Come and visit us at Aquatech Amsterdam on the UK Pavilion (Hall 7)

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12 -13 October 2015 – Come and see us at the 9th Annual European Wastewater Management Conference (EWWM)

The European Waste Water Management Conference is one of the few events in the UK that deals specifically with problems and solutions for the management and treatment of wastewater.

We will be presenting a conference paper discussing our innovative high rate FilterClear technology and its benefits for Tertiary Solids Removal applications. Conference Programme

23rd September 2015 by Curtis Calliva 0 Comments

Yorkshire Water awards phosphorus removal contract (WaterBriefing)

Yorkshire Water has awarded a contract for full-scale phosphorus removal trials at Bolsover sewage treatment treatment works to Bluewater Bio using its high rate filter technology FilterClear.

The site serves a population equivalent of 10,000, with FilterClear being utilised for 100% of the flow. The contract, scheduled for delivery on 6th November, is part of a wider initiative with participants across the ten major water and sewerage companies, managed by UK Water Industry Research Ltd. The trial is scheduled to last for a 12 month period and is due for completion in December 2016. Read Full Article

22nd September 2015 by Curtis Calliva 0 Comments

Bluewater Bio to work with Yorkshire Water on phosphorus trial (W&WT)

Yorkshire Water has awarded a contract to Bluewater Bio Ltd for a year-long phosphorus removal trial at one of its wastewater treatment works in Derbyshire.

The utility will use Bluewater’s high-rate filter technology, Filterclear, for a full scale trial at Bolsover Sewage Treatment Works, starting on November 6th. The site serves a population equivalent of 10,000, and Filterclear will be used for 100 per cent of the flow. Read Full Article

Yorkshire Water Launches Phosphorus Removal Trial (Utility Week)

Yorkshire Water has launched a year-long phosphorus removal trial at one of its wastewater treatment works in Derbyshire.

The company has awarded the contract for the pilot project to Bluewater Bio for a full scale trial at its Bolsover Sewage Treatment Works, starting on 6 November. Read Full Article

21st September 2015 by Curtis Calliva 0 Comments

Yorkshire Water awards BwB P removal contract for FilterClear (WaterWorld)

In a second contract, UK company Bluewater Bio will provide its filter technology – FilterClear – for a full-scale phosphorus (P) removal trial at the Bolsover sewage treatment plant treatment plant (STP), Derbyshire.

 

The filter will be used for 100% of the WWTP flow, serving a population equivalent of 10,000. Read Full Article

Bluewater Bio awarded Phosphorus removal contract by Yorkshire Water

Bluewater Bio Limited, a leading provider of innovative high-performance, cost-effective water and wastewater treatment technologies, is pleased to announce that  Yorkshire Water Services Ltd (“Yorkshire Water”) has selected the Company’s high rate filter technology, FilterClear, for their full-scale P removal trials at Bolsover sewage treatment/wastewater treatment works, Derbyshire. The site serves a population equivalent of 10,000, with FilterClear being utilised for 100 per cent of the flow. The contract, scheduled for delivery on 6th November, is part of a wider initiative with participants across the ten major Water and Sewerage Companies, managed by UK Water Industry Research Ltd (“UKWIR”). The trial is scheduled to last for a 12 month period, due to be completed in December 2016.

As part of the National Chemical Investigation Programme (CIP) the feasibility and cost implications in achieving a Total Phosphorus level of 0.1 mg/L will be evaluated, with the outcome of the trials aiding in determining the strategy the respective water companies’ implement when addressing P removal in the future.

Fergus Rooksby, Commercial Director of Bluewater Bio, commented: “We are delighted to work with Yorkshire Water on what is a very important area of interest for the industry a whole. With increasingly stringent discharge coming into place for P removal across the UK and Europe, economically viable and sustainable approaches need to be examined and evaluated.

“FilterClear’s exceptional final effluent quality coupled with its small footprint, off-site manufacturing approach and short lead times make it an ideal option for a chemical dosing approach to low phosphate concentration consents.”

 

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Tubli Sewage Plant Upgrade is Urged (Gulf Daily News)

Experts have warned that Tubli wastewater treatment plant is overloaded and in urgent need of upgrade.

The Tubli Water Pollution Control Centre (WPCC) treats around 150 million litres of sewage on a daily basis, but only one third of that is suitable to be re-used for irrigaiton. Read Full Article