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Recycling Solvents in Histology Department of Hospitals

by BÜCHI Labortechnik AG  (May 1, 2015)

Industrial rotary evaporator: eco-friendly and cost-saving Solvents (ethanol, xylene and water) are used in histology for dewatering and destaining during the preparation of tissue sections. Here we show how these solvents are recycled in an automated process using an industrial rotary evaporator. We offer safe and efficient ...

Abanaki`s New White Paper Helps You Avoid Costly Oil Skimming Mistakes

by Abanaki Corporation  (May 14, 2015)

Abanaki Corporation, the world leader in oil skimming technologies, has created "The 7 Pitfalls of Oil Skimming," a white paper designed to help customers avoid common mistakes when it comes to purchasing or using an oil skimmer. Oil in ...

How Food Waste Costs Our Cities Millions

by GLOBE Foundation  (May 19, 2015)

It would take farm land the size of Mexico just to grow the amount of food that humans produce, but do not eat, every year. More food goes uneaten at the consumption phase of the supply chain—in places like homes, restaurants and cafeterias—than at any other stage. Almost all urban areas experience high levels of food waste—food ...

Recycling of Cars Made Green and Cleaner with Verderflex Peristaltic Pumps

by Verderflex Peristaltic Pumps - part of the Verder Group  (Apr. 28, 2015)

At the end of its’ life, a car yields on average, 140 kilos of shredder waste: 26 kg of metals, 69 kg of plastics, 11 kg of minerals and 24 kg of fibres. In Tiel, Netherlands, a Post Shredder Treatment plant (PST) was built in 2011, for the recycling of cars. The PST plant is one of the two plants in Europe that are able to recycle to ...

What Effect Does E-Waste Have On Groundwater?

by Electronic Recyclers International, Inc (ERI)  (May 4, 2015)

Groundwater is one of the most precious resources on Earth. Its yields supply water to nearly every community in the country, and without it, most of us would be driven to drastic measures to accommodate drought conditions. In fact, that very situation is happening in communities across the nation. As groundwater is increasingly negatively ...

Drought Forces Push to Recycle, Reuse and Potential in Brackish Water for Oil & Gas Industry: Interview with BioLargo CEO

by Biolargo, Inc.  (May 4, 2015)

UPTICK Interview: BioLargo's AOS Filter Delivers Abundant Clean Water Even In Drought The headlines are full of discussion on water shortages and drought with few options consistently noted beyond the need to conserve and manage the precious resource. To gain perspective on the problem and explore viable solutions UPTICK Newswire interviewed ...

Spragues’ Ready Mix deploys closed loop recycling equipment - Case Study

by ALAR Engineering Corporation  (Apr. 27, 2015)

California’s Spragues’ Ready Mix (SRM) has deployed the first closed-loop recycling equipment combination of its kind: A concrete reclaimer separating fine and coarse aggregate, coupled with a slurry-recycling filter that dewaters cement fines to yield nearly ASTM C-94 grade batch water (less than 60 ppm). The company decided to ...

Assessing the potential of using water reclamation to improve the water environment and economy: scenario analysis of Tianjin, China

by IWA Publishing  (May 21, 2015)

Tianjin City in China is a typical area that suffers from a serious water resource shortage and pollution problems, and this situation has spurred the use of reclaimed water as an additional source of water and an efficient method of improving water quality. This study aims to assess the reclaimed water utilisation amount available and its ...

Closing the (widening) gap between natural water resources and water needs in the Jordan River Basin: a long-term perspective

by IWA Publishing  (May 21, 2015)

The supply of renewable natural water available in a sustainable fashion in the Jordan River Basin, comprising Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority, will soon drop below 100 m3/person/year. Drawing on recent technological progress and policy innovations, a comprehensive policy to address the region's water problems in the long run ...

Recycling Using Antifreeze with Electrodionization

by Ultra Pure EDI Components  (Mar. 13, 2015)

Recycling used antifreeze makes sense for two reasons: 1) It is cost-effective, and 2) It saves resources. Ethylene glycol, the primary active ingredient in antifreeze, is produced from natural gas, which is a finite, non-renewable resource. For businesses that use a lot of antifreeze, like automobile repair shops, setting up an antifreeze ...

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