river pollution Equipment

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Net Tech Gross Pollutant Trap

by Kristar Enterprises, Inc.     based in Santa Rosa, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Net Tech is a versatile device that can be fitted to outfalls to retain trash and debris in a wide variety of situations. Net Tech have been fitted in beach, river, canal and creek situations. The Net Tech is easily installed and requires no structural changes to the existing stormwater system. The device can be fitted close to specific areas ...

River Water Monitoring

by Modern Water - Monitoring Division     based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Monitoring of river water is essential to maintain water quality. Human activities and products are almost exclusively responsible for pollution. Industrial sites, urban infrastructure and development, agriculture, transport, and deliberate or accidental pollution all adversely affect river water quality. Geology also plays a significant role with ...

Anti-pollution Cleaning Up


The pollution prevention booms that we offer are suitable for the various scenarios of operations to confine pollution due to hydrocarbons at river or maritime sites. A deployable boom lets you confine accidental pollution. A permanent or semi-permanent boom can be installed as a preventive measure at sensitive locations. The boom’s float can be ...

River Water Improvement

by Pollution Engineering Sdn.Bhd.     based in Balakong, MALAYSIA

Apart from industrial wastewater and sewage, PEMSB also provides technological solutions to improve quality of rivers and ponds in Malaysia.

Scavenger - Model 2000 - Pollution Decontamination Vessel

by EcoJump LLC     based in Santa Clara, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Scavenger 2000 pollution decontamination vessel is the most effective pollution control and water maintenance vessel available in the world today. Capable of processing up to 28,800,000 gallons of water every 24 hours per vessel, the Scavenger provides unequaled pollution mitigation and decontamination capabilities of aquatic environments.

Trashmesh Boom As Water Pollution Prevention

by Granite Environmental, Inc     based in Sebastian, FLORIDA (USA)

Trashmesh Boom, also known as trashmesh log boom, to control floatable debris as water pollution prevention. Used to control Styrofoam pollution and debris in lakes, rivers, spillways, and reservoirs. Made from galvanized or stainless steel.

UV Germicidal Water Purification

by Light Sources, Inc.     based in Orange, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Germicidal UVC water purification offers a safe, effective and cost-efficient alternative to chemical treatment. With no harmful byproducts, its worldwide use is critical for eco-systems and reducing pollutants in rivers, oceans and other bodies of water.


by Argent Consulting Services, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

Storm water is simply rain water or melted snow that runs off the land and into rivers, streams, and lakes. When storm water flows through industrial sites it may accumulate pollutants and transport them into national waterways where they can impact wildlife, restrict swimming areas, and affect the navigability of the nation’s waters.

NoFloods Mobile Barrier - Flood Barriers

by Environment Solutions     based in Roskilde, DENMARK

Protection of people, critical infrastructure and the environment is of highest importance during flooding and natural disasters. Drinking Water, Communication, Hospitals and electricity are some of the most critical infrastructural entities that must be protected carefully in times of disaster. When polluting factories are flooded the consequence ...

Oil-Water Separators

by Progressive Product Developments Ltd     based in Swanwick, Southampton, UNITED KINGDOM

Our separators have been independently tested by B.S.IHemel Hempstead, England; L.G.A. Wurzberg, Germany and C.S.T.B. Nantes, France, the major separator test facilities in Europe. The EN858 test simulates a rain storm with oil being mixed turbulently into the water before entering the separator. The outflow from the separator must contain less ...

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