News & Opinion

Garbage in, garbage out?

There has been a lot of publicity lately regarding sludge. Whether it is the energy we produce from it, how we dispose of it, recycle it or just handle it, it is - rightly - a subject of...

15 August 2016

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Embedding whole life costing in the water industry

How can the water industry optimise process performance and minimise cost? In the management of water and wastewater assets, embedding Whole Life Costing (WLC) principles in everything from...

22 July 2016

News & Opinion

The ten steps to totex

Finding solutions that can repair the disconnects between capital expenditure (capex) and operational expenditure (opex) and between operators’ intentions and the reality of running a wastewater...

8 June 2016

News & Opinion

Grit removal - a totex opportunity

A good model by which the water industry can test the total expenditure (totex) model is the process of grit removal in wastewater treatment. By removing more, and finer, grit at the inlet works,...

31 May 2016

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The Cost Of Grit - the seven questions that WWTPs should be asking

Finding accurate evidence of the true cost of grit to a wastewater treatment plant may be a challenge for WWTP operators – especially when justifying the installation of more advanced removal...

11 March 2016

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Finding our way through the FOG

Fats, oils and greases (FOG) in the sewer network are like excess cholesterol in the human body. We understand by now the need to reduce the amount of cholesterol in our diets, but why don’t we...

24 February 2016

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