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Blue, Green, Gray: Do you know what the colors of these water tracks mean to the planet?

19.9.2018

The color traces of the water indicate the rate of use of this natural resource in the production and production of goods and services of daily...

Car washes are more friendly to the water than cleaning cars at home

28.8.2018

Do you wash the car on the sidewalk in front of the house? If you thought you would save water and the environment in this way, you were wrong.

These are the 4 most common problems associated with the sewage treatment plant and its operation. How to deal with them?

21.8.2018

A wastewater treatment plant is not a nuclear power plant but still you can encounter some difficulties when operating it.

Uncover the most successful amateur projects that remove accumulated waste from the sea

9.8.2018

The founder of a project to save the world´s oceans and the underwater world doesn´t necessarily have to be college graduate in the field of...

5 ways you waste your water without being aware of it

25.7.2018

Your real water consumption is not just how much water you drink and run from the tap.

Water on Earth: How much do we have of it on our planet and how much of it is drinking water?

20.7.2018

There are about 1.3 zetta liters of water on the Earth, but only 0.12% can be used for consumption, industry and agriculture.

5 creative examples of how to use recycled wastewater in the company

3.7.2018

Recycled wastewater can be used almost without limitation. You might be convinced by the following five examples.

The market for wastewater treatment technologies is set to double by 2020

14.6.2018

The wastewater treatment sector is considered to be the fastest growing global business.

What causes the WWTP´s overload and how to solve this problem?

31.5.2018

Read important information about the consequences of overloading of WWTPs and possible solutions to these situations.

Singapore scientists intend to treat wastewater using electricity. What is their vision?

28.5.2018

Discovery from the National University of Singapore can solve the problem of eliminating dangerous elements in wastewater coming from the...

10 countries that are proud because of the cleanest water in the world

30.4.2018

On the Earth there are several countries that are extremely aware on the cleanliness of their water resources. Lets take their approach as a...

Container-sized wastewater treatment plant: Smart solution for treatment of small volumes of wastewater

10.4.2018

Read about which wastewater treatment options are currently available for small businesses.

Planet Earth pays too much for cheap apparel. Clothes can in fact also be colored ecologically

26.3.2018

It is striking that up to 20% of industrial water pollution in China comes from dyeing or coloring textiles.

Reconstruction of the WWTP for Volkswagen Bratislava: How the potential of bacteria can be used?

19.3.2018

Volkswagen Bratislava needed to expand the capacity of the biological part of WWTP. Read about how we did it.

Farmers are fighting global drought. The crop is being grown on sewage from the toilets

13.3.2018

From 2014, approximately 28% of the water used for irrigation in Cyprus comes from local wastewater treatment plants.

How we saved tens of thousands of euros in the Russian brewery by replacing worn-out elements of the wastewater treatment plant

27.2.2018

What amount of money did we help to save one brewery in Russia, where we rebuilt their wastewater treatment plant?

Crisis in the capital of the Republic of South Africa

13.2.2018

The Day Zero Drinking Water Day is set on April 12, 2018. And what then?

This is the 9 most bizarre colored rivers and lakes of our planet

9.2.2018

The bizarre coloring of water is many times only the initial degree of serious pollution.

We are buying millions of plastic bottles every single hour. Most of them end up in landfills and in the oceans.

25.1.2018

According to the Clean Air Council, only 2.5 million used plastic bottles are discarded every hour in the United States. If we realize that time...