The Future of Fuel – Hydrogen from Wastewater?

The Future of Fuel – Hydrogen from Wastewater?

No-one can doubt the benefits that have accrued as a direct result of the Industrial Revolution. The driving force of this revolution has, however, unlocked unimaginable quantities of fossil carbon that, unless an alternative can be found, will eventually result in...
Biogas Production and its Role in Decarbonisation

Biogas Production and its Role in Decarbonisation

Technological improvements that have accompanied mounting awareness of the role that biogas and biomethane can play in the decarbonisation of many sectors of the global economy now permit engineers and planners to be more ambitious in the application of this expanding...
Hydrogen Recovery Demonstration Facility

Hydrogen Recovery Demonstration Facility

Press Release: The Organics Group wins funding for its green ammonia and hydrogen recovery demonstration facility as part of Ofwat’s Innovation in Water Challenge CompetitionOfwat the water regulator for England and Wales, has awarded funding to an Organics...
Appropriate Technology for Ammonia Removal from Wastewater

Appropriate Technology for Ammonia Removal from Wastewater

To many wastewater engineers, ammonia removal from wastewater represents a problem that directly affects the operational bottom-line profit as, if a carbon source that acts as food for anoxic bacteria is required to remove ammonia from wastewater, operational costs...
Biogas as a Fuel Source

Biogas as a Fuel Source

Over the last thirty years, the use of biogas as a renewable fuel source has not only become a well-understood field of expertise, it has also become an attractive investment as it fulfils many of the criteria laid down by legislation designed to meet International...