river pollution Equipment

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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 ...

Model Help Improve Water Quality for Rivers and Streams - Papa Pumps

by Papa Pumps     based in UNITED KINGDOM

Papa pumps can be used throughout sensitive river / stream catchments to help reduce access of livstock to rivers by allowing large scale fencing programmes. Also it can be used in winter to pump water to storage tanks or pools, where it might otherwise cause sudden floods downstream- this of course helps reduce polluted water joining rivers.

Model BL/45 Series - Anti Pollution Containment Boom

by Zenit Ambiente S.r.l.     based in La Spezia, ITALY

BL/45 is a boom designed and built to provide for the traditional inconveniences that the other booms may happen to have. In fact, BL/45 is extremely light (only 1.3 Kg./m.) and has a very small volume (the 12 m. units, accordion folded, measure 45x70x45 cm.), which makes it ideal for being used in mountain streams, rivers and canals.

OPEC - Permanent Oil Booms

by Oil Pollution Environmental Control Ltd     based in Birstall, Batley, UNITED KINGDOM

The 'Boom' Industry Is as wide as it is long. There are many different types of booms for a varied number of applications. Solid buoyancy booms are associated with permanent installations that can be used for a multitude of uses. Using GRP polyethylene filled floats this range of booms can be used as a debris screen on rivers, canals or reservoirs ...

Beach Seal Boom

by Zwanny-Ltd     based in Cwmbran, UNITED KINGDOM

Beach sealing booms provide an excellent seal against the shoreline in tidal areas: strong currents ,areas exposed to strong tidal movements, rivers, estuaries and sheltered waters Construction beach sealing booms have a triangular cross-section with a continuous air-filled tube above and two water-filled ballast chambers below. The air filled ...

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.

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 ...

Model Flo-Sonic OCFM - Ultrasonic Transit-Time Open Channel Flow Meter

by FLOW-TRONIC S.A.     based in Welkenreadt, BELGIUM

The Flo-Sonic OCFM is a permanent measurement system for open channel applications using the ultrasonic transit time technology. It is designed to suit a large range of applications for clean to polluted water with very different flow conditions. The Flo-Sonic OCFM sensors are designed to be installed in channels and rivers with various shapes and ...

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 ...


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.

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