More beer from less water – and green energy too!

An Australian brewery’s waste water recovery plant, designed to achieve world’s best practice standards of water reuse and green energy generation, has won a Mercury National Materials Handling Award for Best Green Initiative.

The Bluetongue Brewery in NSW – engineered by Australia’s CST Wastewater Solutions in partnership with Global Water Engineering – has achieved all the […]

Underperforming waste lagoons move into the environmental risk management spotlight

Underperforming open industrial waste water treatment lagoons are on the way out after more than a century, as industry counts the cost of their pollution, odours, leakage, energy wastage and relative inefficiency in fixing the problems they set out to address.

The advent of increasingly global carbon taxes, community activism, and increased legislative awareness of environmental […]

Dairy leader employs DAF treatment to achieve tough wastewater targets

One of the world’s leading dairy product companies is achieving high efficiency discharge targets from a new $1.5 million wastewater treatment facility for treating effluent from its Southern NSW manufacturing site.

The company chose a high-performance high-efficiency DAF (Dissolved Air Flotation) system, designed and successfully installed by CST Wastewater Solutions.

The wastewater treatment plant is capable of […]

High-efficiency CST Rotary Screen advances 21st Century solids removal from industrial and municipal wastewater

CST Wastewater Solutions has introduced its latest-technology Rotary Drum Screen for high efficiency screening of industrial and municipal wastewaters.

Featuring all-stainless construction including base frame – and being fully enclosed for OH&S odour and aerosol control – the new design advances rotary drum screen technology well into the 21st century, said Michael Bambridge, Managing Director of […]

Australia’s Golden Circle boiler to use 90 per cent biogas

Australian canned fruit and fruit drinks company Golden Circle is planning to install a larger boiler to take better advantage of biogas produced from the anaerobic processing of wastewater from the factory’s food processing plant in Northgate, Queensland.

The existing boiler burns around 30 per cent of the biogas produced. The new boiler, utilises about 90 […]

Bluetongue Brewery targets world’s best practice in water usage

An environmentally sensitive brewery that makes more beer out of less water while using less energy has commenced production in the home of one of the world’s leading beer drinking countries, Australia.

SABMiller’s Bluetongue Brewery in New South Wales features a state-of-the-art water recovery plant, which targets best-practice water reuse standards. The water recovery plant also […]

CST Wastewater sets new benchmark with S&Ls 95 per cent grit removal down to 105 microns

Advanced inlet screening and grit removal technologies that set new performance benchmarks for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants are being introduced to Australasia by CST Wastewater Solutions.


The technologies – to be displayed at Ozwater 2012 exhibition in Sydney from May 8-10 on stand 5E1[…]

Bathurst Regional Council supernatant recycling project demonstrates substantial water conservation

A major NSW regional council has introduced a supernatant recycling system into the filtration plant in the town water supply, helping to conserve potable water and providing substantial water savings over the long term.

The Bathurst Regional Council recycle system, installed by Ted Wilson & Sons of Blayney using equipment supplied by CST Wastewater Solutions, recovers […]

Bluetongue Brewery Points Way to Water and Energy Gains

A water recovery plant designed to target world’s best-practice water reuse standards in the food and beverage industry has exceeded its designers’ high expectations in its first year of service at the new Bluetongue brewery in Australia.


The waste water treatment and green energy plant at the […]

Green power generation turns wastewater treatment into cash cow

Green power generation turns wastewater treatment into a ‘cash cow’ – while also preserving the environment

Amid surging energy prices and the need for measures to counter global warming, green energy generation from wastewater treatment does not always get as much attention as more traditional renewables such as solar and wind. In fact there lies a […]