California legislators have shown early support for a critical environmental Bill to rebrand hygienic wet wipes marked “flushable” with written warnings about potential clogs. Bill...
A new international study aims to provide insights into the global and regional potential of the some 380 billion m3 of wastewater produced annually...
A recent report compiles methods that can be applied when sewers are first constructed to limit the risk of leakage, highlighting the need for resilient infrastructure in an age of climate change where extreme rainfall has risen sharply.
Laboratory and pilot-plant studies have confirmed that biological nitrification and denitrification could be sustained for mining effluent at very low temperatures (<5 °C)
Municipalities in Ontario are encountering staff succession challenges. For many, proper procedures may not have been captured in operating manuals and other documentation, resulting in manuals and operating procedures that are not consistent with the current practice which is known to the seasoned operators who are about to retire.
Cloud-based alarms and monitoring systems for water and wastewater treatment infrastructure can span a larger service area at a lower cost compared to traditional landlines.
This article compares the heating requirements of both mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic digestion operating modes.
By creating a receiving area for hauler trucks to offload septage waste, it becomes practical to employ forms of pretreatment, monitoring and storage.
University of Alberta engineers found that adding conductive materials to fats, oils and grease and waste products could boost methane production by 70%.
Days before Christmas, Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil announced he was keeping his promise to the Pictou Landing First Nation and would not allow...