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What are the 4 things lithium miners should look for when selecting an evaporation & crystallization technology partner?

08/08/2019 | Mining

What should lithium producers take into consideration when evaluating a credible evaporation and crystallization company to partner with?

Water Treatment for Abandoned Mine Sites

06/10/2019 | Mining

The process of dealing with – or remediating– a closed mine site can come with several key issues and challenges, especially from a water treatment perspective.

Performance Testing and Long Term Operations Demonstrate Successful Application for Stringent Effluent Phosphorus Removal

02/20/2019 | Municipal

The Hydrotech Discfilters remove the precipitated phosphorus as well as phosphorus bound in the TSS from the upstream BNR process.

Get Creative

01/29/2018 | Oil & Gas

William Perpich, Veolia Water Technologies, USA, outlines how a modular water system and a creative design helped a Texas oil and gas facility save time and money.

Effective sludge management at Brucejack Gold Mine

10/07/2017 | Mining

Pretium Resources Inc.’s Brucejack underground, high-grade gold mine, located in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, started commercial production in 2017. Pretium challenged Veolia Water Technologies Canada to provide a wastewater treatment plant to remove Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and some heavy metals from their new gold mine effluent by using as little land space as possible while producing a solid waste.

Trusted Drinking Water Treatment Supporting Prince Albert’s oil spill response

05/31/2017 | Municipal

In Canada’s central Saskatchewan community of Prince Albert, an oil spill in July 2016 tested the resilience of both the community and its drinking water treatment system. An estimated 200,000 to 250,000 litres of heavy oil and diluent leaked from a pipeline into the North Saskatchewan River 390 kilometres upstream of Prince Albert. Officials at the province’s Water Security Agency were concerned about the potential impact on the city’s drinking water, for which the river is the sole source. 

With several days before the plume would reach the city, Prince Albert’s public works team needed to quickly identify alternative sources of water.

Improving wastewater lagoon treatment in low temperatures

05/31/2017 | Municipal

The recent inclusion of ammonia as a deleterious pollutant from a regulatory perspective has created a challenge for municipalities to achieve final effluent discharge limits. The challenge to remove ammonia is elevated in passive treatment systems, such as aerated or facultative lagoons, where wastewater temperatures can reach as low as 0.5°C in the winter months.

Reclaimed Water Reduces Stress on Freshwater Supplies

04/18/2017 | Power

Meeting the needs of a planetary population expected to surpass eight billion people by 2025 is requiring more output from fewer resources. In the case of dwindling supplies of freshwater, the strain on the natural resource from economic and population growth, and climate change, can be exacerbated by other demands. One example: producing enough food for the growing population. Agriculture requires large quantities of water for irrigation and now claims close to 70% of all freshwater appropriated for human use.

Next Generation Thermal Hydrolysis Process - High Solids THP

03/23/2017 | Municipal

In short, thermal hydrolysis solves numerous challenges at a wastewater facility including increasing treatment capacity, reducing biosolids handling, increasing biogas production to reduce energy utilization, reduce operation cost for biosolids processing, produce renewable bio-fertilizer.

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