Archive For: Water Treatment Industry News

Deal between Hydrosmart and RMIT University

Deal between Hydrosmart and RMIT University

A deal has been struck between Hydrosmart and RMIT University, via the Hydropulse Pty Ltd, the research and development arm of Hydrosmart, which has operated since 2012. Hydrosmart itself has been in business for much longer since 1998. Paul Pearce, Director of both Hydrosmart and Hydropulse said that research has always been a big part ... Read More
 
Sustainable Groundwater Resources

Sustainable Groundwater Resources

In the past groundwater was regarded as a resource to be mined, much like a mineral resource. It is now, however, generally managed as a renewable resource, recognising that it is recharged from rainfall and discharges from rivers, lakes, the oceans, and through vegetation. Consequently, groundwater management faces many of the same sustainability issues of ... Read More
 
Wastewater is a valuable resource

Wastewater is a valuable resource

Durban, South Africa, 22 March 2017– What if we were to consider the vast quantities of domestic, agricultural and industrial wastewater discharged into the environment everyday as a valuable resource rather than costly problem? This is the paradigm shift advocated in the United Nations World Water Development Report, Wastewater: the Untapped Resource, launched today in ... Read More
 
Sa Kaeo Sugarcane Factory, Thailand – Wastewater, Algae issues

Sa Kaeo Sugarcane Factory, Thailand – Wastewater, Algae issues

Trial of D60EO Hydrosmart, for issues with organic compounds (Algae) in water. A 30 Percent improvement in COD in a 10 day period, after applying Hydrosmart to a recirculating wastewater pipe-work. Chemical oxygen demand (COD) In environmental chemistry, the chemical oxygen demand (COD) test is commonly used to indirectly measure the amount of organic compounds ... Read More