EXPANDING TERRITORY -April 2015-


Ultrawaves are pleased to announce their appointment as the EXCLUSIVE TECHNOLOGY PARTNER FOR IRELAND, with effect form 1st April 2015.

This is in addition to the existing territory of THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, to which they were appointed in 2012.

This new appointment covers all markets, which includes Wastewater, Farmland Biogas, Food waste and all other activities.

 

19th European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference  -November 2014-

 

 Ultrasound and TOTEX.   For further details click 19th Technical for the Technical  Paper or 19th PowerPoint for the PowerPoint presentation.

 

8th European Wastewater Management Conference and Exhibition  -October 2014-

 

Control of Bulking Sludge at Kirkby in Ashfield STW.  For further details click 8th Technical for the Technical Paper or 8th PowerPoint for the PowerPoint presentation.
 

Kirkby in Ashfield STW  -April 2014-

 

Ultrawaves have recently completed the successful installation of one 4KW reactor system at Kirkby in Ashfield STW where Severn Trent have been experiencing considerable problems with bulking and foaming sludge in the aeration lanes and final settlement tanks.  A 4KW ultrasound reactor was installed in April 2014 and the problem was solved within 6 weeks.  For further details click Technical Paper for the Technical Paper or PowerPoint for the PowerPoint presentation

 

18th European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference  -November 2013-

 

How to Overcome Anaerobic Technical Limitations with Ultrasound.  For further details click 18th Technical for the Technical  Paper or 18th PowerPoint for the PowerPoint presentation.

 

7th European Wastewater Management Conference and Exhibition  -October 2013-

 

Sludge Reduction & Biological Nutrient Removal by Ultrasound..  For further details click 7th Technical for the Technical Paper or 7th PowerPoint for the PowerPoint presentation.

 

ADBA  -July 2013-

 

Ultrasonic Disintegration of the Biomass to Boost Anaerobic Digestion Efficiency. For further details click ADBA 2013 for the PowerPoint presentation.

 

17th European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference  -November 2012-

 

Disintegrating Sludge as Carbon Source for Denitrification.  For further details click 17th Technical for the Technical  Paper or 17th PowerPoint for the PowerPoint presentation

 

6th European Wastewater Management Conference and Exhibition  -October 2012-

 

Optimisation of Assets by Ultrasound to Achieve Lowest Operational Costs.  For further details click 6th Technical Paper for the Technical Paper or 6th PowerPoint for the PowerPoint presentation.

 

Appointment of Luis Vergara as Technical Director   -April 2012-


We are pleased to announce the appointment of Luis Vergara to the position of Technical Director of Ultrawaves Reactors.

 

Luis joins the company from Toscano Mediambiente in Seville, Spain where he was the Divisional Director, with responsibility for developing business with the Ultrawaves ultrasound reactors.

 

Luis brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the technology, having successfully implemented 15 projects across a wide range of applications, including biogas increase, sludge reduction, bulking & foaming, denitrification and UV research and is an acknowledged expert in his field.

 

Having graduated from the University of Seville with a MSc in Physics in 2002, Luis completed an MBA at the Business School of Madrid Technical University in 2010.

 

Luis, who takes up his new position on 1st April states :

 

“From my international experience in the use of Ultrawaves ultrasound reactors, I have come to realise the huge potential of this technology as the best way to disintegrate biosolids. Taken together with the appropriate scientific and engineering knowledge in water, wastewater and biomass, it is possible undertake projects which optimise a facility in terms of energy efficiency and operational costs.

 

The other remarkable aspect of this technology is the versatility of having equipment which is able to operate in several WWTW processes. It contains a small footprint and does not need extreme conditions of pressure or temperature and it is easily understood why Ultrawaves reactor technology is the technology for the future in the UK market.

 

I am delighted to take up this new position in the fast growing UK green energy market and look forward to meeting and supporting many new customers in the future.”

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