HUBER Technology are exhibiting and presenting at EWWM

HUBER Technology will be exhibiting and speaking at the European Waste Water Management Conference 2-3 July 2024 at The Point, Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester.

As a leading supplier of stainless steel wastewater treatment equipment we offer high quality innovative solutions for all your wastewater requirements for both Municipal and Industrial markets. This exhibition is the ideal event for us to showcase our capabilities to anyone operating within the Water and Wastewater Industries.

The HUBER range of products includes;

  • Solids and screenings removal, fine screens, coarse screens and micro screens
  • Washing, conveying and compacting of solids and screenings
  • Sludge screening, thickening, dewatering and drying
  • Grit removal and treatment
  • Anaerobic digestion, pre and post digestion treatment
  • Industrial wastewater treatment
  • After Sales & service maintenance
  • Hire Equipment

Dale Foster, HUBER’s Business Development manager will be co presenting with Mathew Morris from SDS -Water Infrastructure Systems on Pragmatism- It’s what we need?

The presentation will highlight the challenges faced in relation to addressing eye watering numbers of unsatisfactory CSO's & Stormwater Overflows from the perspective of screening. Over the years we have supplied close on 1400 screens designed for protecting receiving watercourses where CSO's & Stormwater Overflows discharge into them.

Currently, on average it takes many months from initial concept to us receiving an order. We contend that to meet the challenges ahead we cannot deal with the projected number of projects the way we have done, it is unsustainable & will lead to failure in WaSC’s meeting their outputs. That is where we need to inject a serious dose of pragmatism into the delivery & construction process.

As a result, we have embarked on a campaign for as much standardisation as possible in relation to screens & screen chambers. This has created some traction with WaSC's, but there is still lots to do.

So, what could be done to streamline the delivery process whilst potentially reducing carbon emissions, & perhaps more importantly, keeping disruption to a minimum for the public who so much want to see the environmental impact of CSO’s & Stormwater Overflows dealt with.

Change is required, & quickly.

We will have a model of the HUBER ROK 1 & ROK2 on our stand so come along and have a look to understand how these solutions work.

Come and visit us on our stand where you can talk to Dale Foster and Adrian Heneghan.