natural resources management Equipment

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Sustainability & CSR Data Management

by EHS Data Ltd.     based in Newark-on-Trent, UNITED KINGDOM

Helping clients reduce the use of natural resources, drive down costs and work with their communities.

Grifon - Satellite Sorting Stations

by ecorec Eastern Europe     based in Bratislava, SLOVAKIA

Grifon is a sorting station concept based on best available technology. It is a modular, extendable, mechanical and manual waste treatment installation designed by ecorec engineers for use on - or close to a waste collection site or a landfill.Grifon provides every municipality with a revolutionary solution of handling waste. With Grifon all ...

Alternative Fuels

by Lux Research     based in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Because of the short supply, rising costs, and global warming associated with conventional fuels, oil and gas companies, utilities, governments, and other players across the energy, agriculture, automotive, and aerospace industries are investing in new fuel sources that promise economic and environmental benefits. Using feedstocks that span ...

Buoy-Mounted Current Meters

by Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI)     based in Cataumet, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Falmouth Scientific has put together a solution utilizing our standard 2D-ACM Current Meter along with telemetry capabilities and a solar powered charging system. These systems were deployed on buoys in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), which is located in the Pacific Ocean due east of the Philippines.

Gunderboom - Beach Protection System

by Gunderboom, Inc     based in Anchorage, ALASKA (USA)

Every summer around the world, beaches are closed when high bacteria levels are detected or waste litters the shore. Gunderboom's BPS is an affordable, ecologically sound solution to the problem of beach contamination. The BPS is an aquatic filter barrier system that protects swimming beaches and other shoreline resources from high levels of ...

Leak Detection

by WaterSignal     based in Alpharetta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

For years, building and property managers have routinely checked electricity meters for excessive usage. But the other natural resource – water – is typically only checked when the bill comes 30 to 60 days after the last read. During that time, an unseen underground leak or one at a cooling tower could have seen thousands of gallons ...

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