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THE MAGAZINE FOR THE DRAINAGE, WATER & WASTEWATER INDUSTRIES


the market which have not developed as well as we would have liked. There are lots of people with some really interesting solutions.”


Thanking McMath for joining the podcast, Thompson said: “MOSL’s rapid response to the challenges posed by Covid-19 proves how quickly our industry can adapt when faced with a crisis. It was also interesting to hear about MOSL’s commitment to ensuring a long-term, sustainable and stronger retail market.”


The interview was part of British Water’s podcast series, Talking on Water, which features Thompson in conversation with a range of industry leaders.


Sarah McMath


with. This is a market where there is a real opportunity to collaborate to provide a better service to business customers.”


Other areas explored during the interview included the long-term sustainability of the retail market, MOSL’s research into non- household water consumption and water efficiency and the market operator’s innovation


Lilah Thompson


fund. McMath explained that while the fund had been temporarily suspended during the pandemic, it may offer future opportunities for members of the water industry supplier community, if aligned with trading parties.


She said: “I’m really keen we have new voices come into this market. There are some areas of


Thompson said: “British Water is committed to leading the way in collaborative, innovative, future thinking. Talking on Water focuses on drawing out insight and knowledge from key influencers in the water community.


“The conversations focus on important and topical issues which are impacting our industry and are essential listening. They are in-depth but accessible and we’re pleased to have the platform to share them with a wider audience.”


The interviews are available on British Water’s website and via online platforms including Spotify.


Veolia Water technologies UK provides Severn Trent Ammonia Solution


Reactor (MBBR) plants to five Severn Trent sites, allowing all to achieve tighter ammonia discharge consents as required by the Water Framework Directive.


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Severn Trent, and its main contractors nmcm and Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB) were looking to upgrade an existing asset at one site in Hodsock and install four new build tertiary plants at four other Severn Trent sites – Boughton, Lichfield, Trescott and Little Aston. Four of the five plants required a solution that would produce an ammonia consent of less than 1mg/l as a 95th percentile.


Severn Trent and its contractors approached VWT UK to design a bespoke solution for the sites, due to VWT UK’s history in pioneering MBBR technology solutions over the last 30 years.


A new patented configuration of Veolia’s AnoxKaldnes™ MBBR technology was developed, to achieve the required low ammonia discharge consents whilst also


FOLLOW US June 2020 | drain TRADER 21


eolia Water Technologies UK (VWT UK) has delivered new Moving Bed Biofilm


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