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How to treat Wastewater

Turning waste into something clean and renewable is an amazing process. Every drop of water that we rinse down the drain or flush enters the sewer system. Most of the waste water system is gravity-fed, which means all the waste flows down toward its ultimate destination, the waste water treatment facility. As gravity helps waste flow through the system and closer to the treatment facility, it typically encounters a lift station.

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How to design a Sludge Conveyor System

Find out what you will need to consider when you design a sludge conveyor system.

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Cellulosic Sludge Handling and Dewatering for the first full-scale fine screening installation in the Netherlands

Aarle-Rixtel WWTP, Netherlands, 2016 -  An increase in sewage at the wastewater treatment plant in Aarle-Rixtel, made it necessary to upgrade the plant to boost capacity. Instead of a costly traditional expansion BWA chose a more sustainable solution.
 

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All about the SPIROGUARD® Screen test results

During September and October 2016,  SPIROGUARD® was tested at the National Screen Evaluation Facility (NSEF), Durham, UK. The screen was put to the test with screen curtain aperture sizes of 3mm to 6mm. The test procedure used for evaluating a Screening Capture Ratio value was initially developed by Northumbrian Water as part of their Screen Evaluation Programme, and subsequently adopted by all the UK Water Companies for use at the NSEF.

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Understanding your screening options

Screening is often the first step in the material handling system process. Which type of screen is right for your facility?

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Pretreatment Success Story at the Glenelg WWTP

The Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant in South Australia was originally built in 1932 with a number of subsequent capacity upgrades to accommodate increasing demand. This treatment plant is part of the key infrastructure required to provide a reliable and secure wastewater service to the southwest region of metropolitan Adelaide. The plant receives sewage from a drainage area of over 9,200 hectares and is designed for annual average flows of 60 megalitres per day and serves an equivalent population in excess of 200,000 people.

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The benefits of shaftless screw conveyors for wastewater

Solids handling systems are essential pieces of equipment for the process industries.

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Choosing reliable screenings dewatering solutions

SPIRAC offer two dewatering solutions to be able to meet strict industrial and municipal requirements.

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Importance of removing grit from wastewater

Wastewater processing is the key to ensuring water is clean enough for discharge into a river or ocean. Grit is a problem for wastewater plants, causing damage, inefficiency and maintenance costs throughout the network and treatment process.

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WORKFLOW SOLUTION THAT HELPS TO INCREASE EFFICIENCIES AND REDUCE COSTS

ABATTOIR VEVIBA – BELGIUM www.veviba.be

SPIRAC was asked to design, manufacture and install equipment at the Veviba abattoir in Belgium to be able to increase their capacity to 200 cows per day and to reduce costs. The expansion of the plant had to be completed within 6 weeks.

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