Posted on 8 December 2017

Nereda Wastewater Treatment Technology in Cork, Ireland

The Cork Lower Harbour Main Drainage Project aims to provide enhanced wastewater treatment through the development of a new wastewater treatment plant at Shanbally County Cork. The Project is important in terms of...


Posted on 8 December 2017

Maximizing the value of digestate - AECO-NAR

Several technologies claim effective removal of ammonia from digestate. However, all of these technologies consume a lot of energy and only oxidize the ammonia, without creating a valuable product. By removing ammonia,...


Posted on 8 December 2017

Operational excellence with real-time dosing - i-DOSE

To effectively remove solids and COD from wastewater with flocculation-flotation systems, chemical dosing is required. However, the chemical dosage is not designed to handle the actual fluctuations of COD in the...


Posted on 20 October 2016

MTD provides safe drinking water at EURO 2016 France

MTD’s task was to design (including AutoCAD drawings), build-up, maintain and dismantle the total water infrastructure for the 10 stadiums. MTD also covered the potable water and waste water infrastructure for 5...


Posted on 12 August 2016

Supplying safe water to the urban poor in Cebu

Metro Cebu Water District (MCWD) was established in 1975 as a private corporation to supply water in the Metro Cebu Area. Currently they are providing safe water to 820.000 people, or 43% of the population in its...


Posted on 20 June 2016

Natural resource management programme

Consultancy firm Euroconsult Mott MacDonald has been appointed to manage a $25 million programme on community-based natural resource management to help enhance sustainable economic growth in eastern Indonesia. The...


Posted on 2 June 2016

Monitoring coastal dunes and drink water supply with drones

Accommodating multiple coastal functions in one coastal system, demands an integrated approach to coastal zone management. The waterboard (Hoogheemraadschap Hollands Noorderkwartier ( and drink water...


Posted on 2 June 2016

Direct and objective assistance for famers using satellites

Climate change hits the dry areas of Africa hard. Areas that were once green are no longer and vice versa. Some water points dried up and others emerge. Traditionally farmers rely on information of other farmers, scouts...

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