This portable camera is an example of remote control technology for the water industry.

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The water and wastewater industry is under increasing pressure to optimise efficiency, reduce costs, and ensure environmental compliance. Traditional management methods often rely on manual inspections and reactive maintenance, leading to inefficiencies and potential disruptions. Enter the game-changing combination of remote control technology and the Internet of Things (IoT). This powerful duo is transforming how water and wastewater facilities operate, offering a proactive and data-driven approach to management. Read More
Flowmeters are critical for many industrial sectors, including the infrastructure market. Endress+Hauser is at the cutting-edge of this field

Battery-powered flowmeters: overcoming infrastructure barriers

Monitoring water flow across distribution networks is critical for many industrial segments. This includes oil and gas, wastewater treatment, and agriculture. However, remote or off-grid areas with scarce or unreliable power supply pose additional challenges for traditional flowmeter installations. Read More
Activated sludge systems have been a cornerstone of wastewater treatment for over 100 years. This biological process uses suspended growth microorganisms to break down and consume organics and remove nutrients from the wastewater. The heart of the process occurs in aeration basins, where the microorganisms need sufficient oxygen to stay alive.

High cost of poor flow in activated sludge treatment

Activated sludge systems have been a cornerstone of wastewater treatment for over 100 years. This biological process uses suspended growth microorganisms to break down, consume organics, and remove nutrients from the wastewater. The heart of the process occurs in aeration basins, where the microorganisms need sufficient oxygen to stay alive. Read More
Many communities are forced to confront PFAS contamination in their groundwater. A key hurdle in addressing this harmful group of chemicals lies in unravelling how they move through a region of the environment called the unsaturated zone. A new study by the University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers offers a simplified new way of understanding PFAS movement through this zone, with improved PFAS models.

New PFAS models could show flow through ground

Many communities are forced to confront PFAS contamination in their groundwater. A key hurdle in addressing this harmful group of chemicals lies in unravelling how they move through a region of the environment called the unsaturated zone. A new study by the University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers offers a simplified new way of understanding PFAS movement through this zone, with improved PFAS models. Read More