Presenters and delegates from Eliquo Hydrok and parent company the Eliquo Water Group were part of a team that exhibited and presented at the European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference and Exhibition held at the Royal Armouries, Leeds in November 2018.
Eliquo Hydrok officially announced the new collaborative and distribution association with Biogest on the 1 November 2018, an association both companies believe to be a positive for the UK water industry, utility companies and contractors. It therefore came as no real surprise that 14 days after the new arrangement came into place the first order for a Biogest flow control regulator was agreed, swiftly followed by another on 26 November.
Eliquo Hydrok have agreed an exclusive distribution association with Biogest AG from Germany to bring together their combined expertise from national and international markets for storm water solutions to the UK and Eire.
In the latest ‘WWT Explains’ guide produced in association with Eliquo Hydrok, the guide explains the role played by Thermal Hydrolysis Processes, and looks at the latest innovations in the field as well as exploring THP’s potential in the emerging bio-resources landscape.
In a feature article for Water Active magazine, Managing Director Dave Armstrong discusses how he is extremely optimistic about the future for Eliquo Hydrok, as the company looks to grow its existing product and services markets, whilst also developing new technologies and solutions. Key to this bright future was the acquisition by Eliquo Water Group, a parent company that bundles the activities of SKion Water GmbH in the field of municipal water and waste water equipment.
Although there has been a significant reduction in the amount of Phosphorus discharged to rivers from Wastewater Treatment Works in recent years (from 21,000 tonnes in 1995 to 8,000 tonnes in 2015), Phosphorus remains the main cause of water quality failures with the primary source still being wastewater discharges.
Eliquo Hydrok approached Severn Trent Water and NMC Nomenca to request a site visit at the Slade Hooton STW to demonstrate an Eliquo Hydrok Mecana Filter installation to Yorkshire Water and their supply chain.