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Report: Nuke dump radiation leak could have been prevented

by Associated Press  (Apr. 16, 2015)

A radiation leak that forced the indefinite closure of the federal government's only underground nuclear waste repository could have been prevented, a team of investigators said Thursday. A combination of poor management, lapses in safety and a lack of proper procedures were outlined in a final report released by the U.S. Department of ...

Cambi Awarded Contract for Anyang Sewage Treatment Plant Project

by Cambi AS  (Apr. 14, 2015)

Posco E&C, one of South Korea's largest EPC Turnkey contractors, has awarded Cambi a contract for a Cambi B12 Thermal Hydrolysis Process plant (CambiTHP TM ) for the Anyang Sewage Treatment and co-digestion Project. The CambiTHP TM system will treat all the sludge from a new underground wastewater treatment plant serving 700,000 people in the ...

In-Situ® Inc. Donates Water Level Tapes to Sierra Leone to Help Protect Groundwater Sources Adjacent to Ebola Care Facilities

by In-Situ, Inc.  (Apr. 16, 2015)

In-Situ® Inc. has donated 11 groundwater level dip tapes to The Ministry of Water Resources in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone is in the grip of the worst Ebola outbreak in history and the dip tapes are being used to monitor groundwater levels at wells and boreholes adjacent to Ebola Care Facilities. The tapes will then be deployed to local ...

Managing Waste Water in Farming – Horizontal and Vertical Storage Tanks

by Enduramaxx Ltd  (Apr. 1, 2015)

Four areas throughout the UK are deemed to have unfit water quality levels, according to Farming Life, and as a result, the UK is being taken to court by the European Commission for failing to ensure that waste water from towns, cities and villages is treated properly.  The case itself relates to 17 areas where the collection and treatment of ...

Managing Waste Water in Farming – Horizontal and Vertical Storage Tanks

by Enduramaxx Ltd  (Apr. 1, 2015)

Four areas throughout the UK are deemed to have unfit water quality levels, according to Farming Life, and as a result, the UK is being taken to court by the European Commission for failing to ensure that waste water from towns, cities and villages is treated properly. The case itself relates to 17 areas where the collection and treatment of waste ...

Safe shredding of dangerous waste

by Lindner-Recyclingtech GmbH  (Apr. 13, 2015)

Efficiency and economy as well as innovation are buzzwords that many claim for themselves these days. Service- and maintenance-friendly “eco”-shredders are advertised as the latest invention everywhere. We’ll have to wait and see whether there really is “eco” behind these “eco”-labels. ...

Total Fitness Gets Its Waste Line Lean

by GPT Waste Management Ltd  (Apr. 14, 2015)

We are proud to announce that we have been awarded a three year, total waste management contract with national health club chain, Total Fitness. Total Fitness is one of the UK’s dynamic health club chains with 17 sites. Their fully equipped gyms and range of fitness ...

Waste-to-energy pilot project in Osaka successfully implemented

by EnviTec Biogas AG  (Apr. 7, 2015)

Even today, four years after the terrible disaster, Fukushima is a memorial for a radical energy revolution in Japan and across the globe. Together with RENAGEN Inc., a Japanese biogas company, EnviTec Biogas is supporting Japan’s green energy objectives and has just successfully commissioned its first biogas plant in Osaka Prefecture. The ...

Bioprocess Control Happy to be nominated for Blackwater & Food Waste Challenge

by Bioprocess Control AB  (Apr. 13, 2015)

The 3R-Community proposal has been submitted by Bioprocess Control, a technology and market leader in the area of advanced instrumentation and control technologies in the biogas industry. The proposal focuses on how to fully exploit and maximise energy recovery and nutrient recycling from grey water, black water and food waste streams through ...

Report: Feds to exceed costs for cleaning up nuke waste

by Associated Press  (Mar. 23, 2015)

The cost of cleaning up radioactive waste at one of the federal government's premier nuclear laboratories has already exceeded expectations and more cost overruns are expected, according to a report released Mondayby a government watchdog. The National Nuclear Security Administration spent about $931 million as of the end of the last fiscal ...

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