Minimisation of water treatment plant degradation and chemical spills

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For more than half a century, municipal councils, as well as industrial and mining companies throughout Australia and New Zealand have invested billions of dollars into equipment and infrastructure to process waste water and sewage. Corrosion of this infrastructure, and in some cases the subsequent leakage, costs industry in excess of $1B each year. Assets that are impacted by corrosion in waste water treatment plants (WWTP) include the pipelines, storage tanks, clarifier ponds and sewage channels.


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