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Hazardous waste and not, Baioni-Dicatech system

by Baioni Crushing Plants Spa  (Aug. 4, 2015)

The identification, characterization and restoration of contaminated areas now represent a big environmental issue, both at European and national level. In the major industrialized countries the issue of contaminated land has come out in all its gravity in the late seventies when, against a widespread awakening of environmental consciousness, ...

Landfill Capping Systems: An Introduction to Options

by Agru America, Inc.  (Jun. 19, 2015)

Geomembranes, predominately linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE), have been used for landfill caps for decades. Waste Management World has noted how,” Generally they have performed extremely well but, not unexpectedly, there have been a few exceptions that have guided us in developing even better systems.” Currently, there are four ...

STOP IT® Pipe Repair System helps keep companies on line

by InduMar Products, Inc.  (Feb. 4, 2014)

Since 1986, InduMar Products Inc. has provided a unique solution for the fluid processing industries with the STOP IT Repair System. Refineries, chemical plants, pulp and paper mills and the mining industry all have pipes carrying products that are often highly flammable, toxic or corrosive and the STOP IT system provides a method to restore ...

Short Showers Replace Deep Baths: Drought Conditions Changing the Way Society Thinks About Water Infrastructure

by Pure Technologies  (Aug. 2, 2015)

While proactive water conservation is a smart way for consumers to react to climate change, the crisis puts increased pressure on water utilities to better manage their resources and pipeline networks. Change is in the air. One only needs to check the daily news to understand why climate change, drought and water infrastructure have become ...

Port of London Authority Tidal Monitoring System - POLATIDE 5: Detailed Case Study

by Valeport Ltd  (Aug. 5, 2015)

Introduction: Valeport and OceanWise have designed and delivered a complete tidal monitoring system, including tide gauges, telemetry equipment, servers, databases, system control, data management and display software, to the Port of London Authority. The system was installed in October 2013 and rigorous testing completed in February 2014.  ...

Food industry needs to step up on responsible groundwater use

by Ceres  (Aug. 25, 2015)

Californians are all too familiar with what happens when water is not treated as the precious resource it is. But most of us are unaware of the enormous power we have through our day-to-day purchases, social media campaigns and petition drives to push food companies to take more responsibility in protecting global water supplies. Food production, ...

Case study - Ocean effluent discharge

by Nomadic Systems  (Jul. 23, 2015)

British Columbia’s fly-in recreational fishing lodge industry was threatened by federal regulators to be closed or fined up to $200,000 unless the sewage wastewater was treated. NOMADIC kept them open and operating. Three types of fly-in recreational fishing lodges are located on the west coast of British Columbia operate 6 – 8 weeks ...

Odour Control In Sewage Treatment Plants - Case Study

by Bioconservacion SA  (Jul. 21, 2015)

Controlling the emission of unpleasant smells in sewage treatment plants is a priority objective for plant managers in ensuring the welfare of their workers and minimising the impact of such facilities on the surrounding area. Bioconservacion has the solution for dealing with the emission of ...

4 Steps to Reducing Aviation’s Carbon Footprint

by Intelex Technologies Inc.  (Jul. 30, 2015)

We live in an increasingly hyper-mobile society with over three billion passengers being carried by the world’s airlines in 2013, and an estimated 31% growth in passenger demand by 2017.  This accounts for hundreds of millions of tonnes in greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, greatly impacting global warming, climate change, and ...

The search for sustainable plastics

by Ensia  (Jul. 29, 2015)

As petroleum-based polymers foul our oceans and litter our lives, researchers seek more environmentally friendly ways to meet demand for durable, versatile materials. The fate of the world’s oceans may rest inside a stainless steel tank not quite the size of a small beer keg. Inside, genetically modified bacteria turn corn syrup into a ...

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