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  • Agricultural wastewater – cone bottom tanks for wastewater settlement

    Whatever area of farming you operate in, you clean, clean and clean again and if there’s one commodity in short supply and that needs managing correctly, its water and the litres and litres of wastewater you produce need storing and processing responsibly. As well as storing wastewater safely and securely, Enduramaxx cone bottom tanks allow for the settlement and subsequent drainage of ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Storing Agricultural Wastewater Safely – Enduramaxx Storage Tanks

    Farming is often classed as a somewhat ‘thirsty’ industry sector, from livestock to dairy processing, cereal stocks to fruit and plant production, water is used throughout numerous stages of production. Of course, wastewater is invariably produced; something that needs strict management, storage and processing, especially with updates in May this year to the government’s policy ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Agriculture Secretary Announces Projects to Improve Water Quality

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced funding for projects in 40 states to finance investments in improved water and wastewater systems for more than 200,000 rural residents. "Rural businesses and residents need access to clean water and modern waste disposal systems. This isn't just an economic issue, it's an issue of basic health and safety," said Vilsack. "Water and wastewater ...

  • Climate change to hit Saudi`s agriculture, water

    Scientists in Saudi Arabia say that by the end of 2050 parts of the country will be hotter and have reduced precipitation, which could affect agricultural productivity. The work was published in February's issue of the Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering. [1] It predicts that average temperatures in Saudi Arabia could increase by as much as four degrees Celsius, increasing agricultural ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Wastewater fears for urban farms

    Urgent action is needed to remove pollutants from urban wastewater, which is often used in cities to grow food, an international study has warned. Data collected by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) found that 85% of cities discharged the water without any appropriate treatment. With many developing nations swiftly urbanising, the authors said people were at increasing risk of ...

  • Treated wastewater irrigation use

    An article in Water Asset Management International examines economic, social and environmental factors which could be considered in an integrated way to evaluate the treated municipal wastewater reuse procedure for irrigation purposes in Greece. Water scarcity and deterioration in the quality of water resources in ...

  • Egyptian Experimental Farm Reveals Possible Market for `Sewage Farming` Agricultural Products

    Crops grown on the Egyptian desert using treated wastewater are safe for human consumption and their production is economically viable, concluded engineers working on an experimental farm in Gerga, in the Sohag Governorate of Egypt. Their final report, 'The Re-use of Treated Sewage Waste Water in Agriculture' contains recommendations for a successful country-wide establishment of ...

  • Pentair and Water Sector Groups Collaborate to Advance Sustainable Water Reuse in Agriculture

    The WateReuse Association, Water Environment & Reuse Foundation, and Pentair, a global leader in creating sustainable water solutions, have come together to help advance the development of sustainable agricultural practices by highlighting innovative farming approaches using water reuse technologies in a new video released in conjunction with the 20th Annual WateReuse Research Conference in ...


    By WateReuse

  • EVTN Announces Order for Trials from a Leading Agricultural Service Company

    Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN) announced today that it has shipped a Voraxial® 2000 Separator to a premier agricultural product and service company that will commence testing and evaluation of a processing application requiring liquid/liquid separation.   Large volume separation of contaminants or valuable components from water is needed in virtually every ...

  • Health problems uncovered by new research into wastewater reuse

    The reuse of treated wastewater can be a valuable resource in arid regions around the world, with water being reclaimed for irrigation, surface release, and groundwater recharge. But some contaminants in the water are being identified as health problems-- especially pharmaceutically active compounds (PhACs). New research reveals better understanding of the conditions in which PhACs accumulate and ...

  • U.S. Water Alliance Convenes agriculture & water sector leaders to discuss nutrients in Mississippi River Watersheds

    The U.S. Water Alliance convened a meeting of agriculture, water, and environmental sector leaders at Wingspread in Racine, Wisconsin, last week to plan a series of dialogues for increased collaboration to reduce excess nutrients in the Mississippi River. “Nothing is more important right now than finding common ground to protect our water and grow food throughout the Mississippi River ...


    By U.S. Water Alliance

  • New EPA requirements for controlling wastewater from large animal feeding operations

    EPA has finalized a rule helping to protect the nation’s water quality by requiring concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) to safely manage manure.  EPA estimates CAFO regulations will prevent 56 million pounds of phosphorus, 110 million pounds of nitrogen, and 2 billion pounds of sediment from entering streams, lakes, and other waters annually. “EPA’s new regulation of animal ...

  • Floating vegetative mats may help clean fishery wastewater

    The feasibility of using floating vegetation to remove nutrients from fishery wastewater is being tested by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists. The researchers' long-term goal is to develop a system to treat the wastewater, return it to ponds for reuse, and use the nutrients to produce biomass or plant material. The floating mats act as filters to remove the nutrients from the water. ...

  • USDA Spends $180 Million for Rural Water, Wastewater Upgrades

    WASHINGTON, DC (ENS) – The federal government is spending nearly $180 million to fund 61 new rural water and wastewater community systems in 29 states, Agriculture Under Secretary Thomas Dorr announced Monday. 'These projects will build and improve rural water and sewage systems, and rural communities will benefit through cleaner water, recreation and wildlife resources,' ...

  • Saving water with water recycling partnership

    Artesian Resources Corporation, USA, has created the Artesian Water Recycling Partnership (AWRP) to encourage and support the use of reclaimed water for agricultural irrigation and other needs. Using reclaimed water to irrigate farm fields can save the Delmarva region millions of gallons of groundwater each day. The AWRP"s first project in Middletown, which was planned and engineered by ...

  • Helping canneries make better use of leftover water

    With the help of a well-stocked kitchen cupboard, a can opener, and a microwave oven, a steaming-hot bowl of your favorite tomato soup can be ready to savor in just minutes. For decades America's canneries have helped make soups—as well as vegetables, fruits, juices and other familiar foods—more convenient for us to enjoy. Now, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists are helping canneries ...

  • Watershed improvement review board makes funds available for water quality projects

    Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today encouraged eligible groups to apply for grants to support projects that will improve water quality in the state.  Approximately $1 million is available through the Watershed Improvement Review Board to support qualifying projects. Funds are available to local watershed improvement committees, soil and water conservation districts, public water ...

  • Supporting climate-friendly food production

    This summer, record temperatures and limited rainfall parched vast areas of U.S. cropland, and with Earth’s surface air temperature projected to rise 0.69 degrees Celsius by 2030, global food production will be even more unpredictable, according to new research conducted by the Worldwatch Institute (www.worldwatch.org). Although agriculture is a major driver of ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Netsat adds Bullhorn to satellite product line

    The Bullhorn series offers GSM and global satellite communications to the oil and gas, water and wastewater, and agriculture industries for remote monitoring.  The Bullhorn modems come in both 1 way and 2 way communications with a back office secure web portal or the BAT, Bullhorn Asset Tracker 24/7/365.  Some of the benefits include; reads alarm codes, RPMs and runtimes via Modbus from ...

  • Two Oregon dairies fined for water discharge violations in Tillamook Watershed

    Dila Dairy and River End Dairy, LLC, located in Nehalem, were found to be discharging in violation of the Clean Water Act’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System and the Oregon Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation permit. The inspections were part of routine monitoring of the Tillamook Watershed, which drains to Tillamook Bay. EPA’s National Estuary Program includes ...

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