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  • Introducing The RNRG Goalpost Boom

    We are happy to introduce a new goalpost mounting solution for installing redundant class 1 anemometers. This new boom, designed specifically for use with our 80m XHD TallTower, positions anemometer cups at exactly 80 m above ground level—2.5 m away from each other—and 1.99 m ...


    By Renewable NRG Systems

  • Pumps for the Booming FPSO Sector

    In the last few years, several new offshore oil fields have been discovered. The current findings from Petrobras and other companies in the pre-salt province, located in the Brazilian continental shelf, suggest reserves of over 50 billion barrels of oil. Extracting the pre-salt oil is challenging and done increasingly with floating production storage and offloading units (FPSOs). Sulzer offers a ...


    By Sulzer

  • Gulf Oil Spill Sparks Boom At Cooley

    Article covers Cooley fabric being manufactured furing Gulf oil spill. In a typical year, the Cooley Group would churn out between 30,000 and 40,000 linear yards of a membrane the company calls Coolthane, a highly durable material designed to contain hazardous spills. But this is not a typical year. For the last two months, the Pawtucket manufacturer’s factory on Esten Avenue has cranked ...


    By Cooley Group

  • Competitive without subsidies: Navigating the booming solar market in Chile

    By Susan Kraemer on Nov 11, 2014 Solar developers are flocking to the recently opened new market for renewable energy in Chile, a nation dependent on imported diesel, coal and gas, no fossil fuel subsidies and the world’s best insolation. But what are the on-the-ground challenges? Chile is a long narrow ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • Crushing and screening bubble is not about to burst

    World demand for crushing and screening equipment has surged in the last two years. But this is no short-term phenomenon, believes Metso Minerals’ Luís Santos, who foresees a sustained period of high demand for this type of kit. He also highlights customers’ increasing focus on operating costs when choosing new equipment, the move among manufacturers to become solutions providers over the whole ...


    By Recycling International

  • Workforce Futures: How Las Vegas Is Dealing with Its Changing Workforce

    The American workforce of today is changing more rapidly than ever before. This year marks the first year the baby boom generation is expected to start retiring. Immigration is occurring as a faster pace than ever before and more women are entering the workplace. In addition, the workload in the utility industry is changing to meet ever-increasing regulatory requirements, customer demands for ...

  • Open water spill at Kemess Mine in Canada

    We received a request for SpillRemed (Industrial) from Kemess Mine located in the rocky mountains in Canada. The mine was so inaccessible that it took almost 10 days for the shipment to reach the customer. The company had a diesel spill in the containment berm and as per the standard protocol absorbent booms were placed to recover the spill, but unfortunately the boom absorbed water and sank at ...


    By Sarva Bio Remed, LLC

  • Geotube Containment and Dewatering technology was used to dispose of slurry waste from North River Mine - Case Study

    At the North River Mine in Berry, AL, two waste streams are created from the processing plant, coarse rock and fine rock particles. Coming from the processing plant, the fine rock particles are suspended in water forming a slurry. This slurry is normally disposed of via surface impoundments or injected into abandoned underground mine workings. The volume of this waste stream is very significant ...

  • Remote Fishing Facilities Change Their Water Way

    The Situation: With a natural grandeur and isolation coupled with teeming seas and streams, British Columbia has long been considered Canada's premier destination (or fishing. The isolated Pacific Coastal Mountain Range protects this secluded valley bottom and provides a location for a booming fishing lodge industry. Besides the fishing lodges that have cropped up in recent years, ...


    By Bio-Microbics, Inc.

  • How long will efficiency be the favored choice?

    Energy efficiency creates an odd sort of market. Nothing (lack of energy use) competes for customers against something (energy generation). There is no free lunch and even nothing, energy efficiency, costs something. But for now it is cheaper than its main competitor, the power plant.In fact, it is often three times less costly to install efficient light bulbs, better insulate buildings or pursue ...

  • Skimall Oil Skimming Systems

    For over 12 years, SkimTech’s Skimall Tube Type Oil Skimmers have solved industrial oils, grease and fats problems. Used by companies throughout the world, SkimTech’s hard-working oil skimmers can be found in applications from large indoor and outdoor oil/water separators to small settling tanks. Our customers have found the reliable operation and ease of maintenance make them the ...


    By SkimTech Inc.

  • ENEL launches a new LWT automated PLC controlled dredge in Guatemala

    Enel Latin America asked Liquid Waste Technology, LLC to design a LWT Pit Hog dredge equipped to excavate the main pond’s sediment from the Santa Maria River automatically. Enel Latin America needed a solution for removal of sediment accumulating in the power generation water supply at its Greenfield El Canada Power Plant in western Guatemala at Zunil. Enel Latin America asked Liquid Waste ...

  • Energy efficiency service companies missed the memo

    The folks who install insulated windows, efficient factory motors and energy saving lights apparently missed the memo about the economic meltdown. As US gross domestic product slipped to under 1% in 2008, the $4.1 billion energy service industry grew 7%.  Jealous?  Just wait. That was nothing compared to the expansion predicted over the next couple of years, according to a new report by ...

  • Case study - Ocean effluent discharge

    British Columbia’s fly-in recreational fishing lodge industry was threatened by federal regulators to be closed or fined up to $200,000 unless the sewage wastewater was treated. NOMADIC kept them open and operating. Three types of fly-in recreational fishing lodges are located on the west coast of British Columbia operate 6 – 8 weeks per year, employ approximately 500 persons for the ...


    By Nomadic Systems

  • Environmental solutions for the natural gas industries

    As domestic natural gas production continues to grow, the industry faces unique air pollution control challenges that require custom-designed solutions. This White Paper examines two aspects of the natural gas exploration and production industry: Production of “frac sand” used in hydraulic fracturing and operation of dehydration units. America‟s natural gas industry continues ...

  • Squinting toward retirement: A boon for the lighting industry

    Americans report in surveys that they are likely to retire later than expected as a result of this economic downturn that doesn’t seem to want to quit.  While that’s bad news for golf courses and Florida real estate, it helps one industry: energy efficient lighting. We are squinting, rather than sprinting toward retirement these days. As part of the post-50 crowd, I very much ...

  • Discarded files: an ID nightmare

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Investigators probing the affairs of Jonathan Boxman, a former title-insurance agent who was arrested in July on charges he allegedly stole money from clients during the high-flying days of the real-estate boom, might want to look behind his onetime office building in a remote section of Charleston. That's where hundreds of Boxman's clients' files sit stuffed in open, dirty ...


    By Ameri-Shred Corp.

  • Untold facts of Solar Energy Development

    The development of solar energy had changed the lives of the humankind. Its diverse usage had made its way to different kinds of success of every individual. The continuing usage of this development has contributed a lot in many ways not just for people but as well as to the environment. Its left and right achievements do not only contribute in the sense of convenience, comfort and enjoyment but ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Recycler solves waste oil problem, attains EPA compliance

    Environmental compliance is a major concern and challenge for the recycling industry. There are few recycling industries that face a stiffer challenge than auto recyclers. Vehicles that once were abandoned have become a valuable commodity. Junkers are now being crushed, shredded and recycled to make new steel. While autos contain a lot of valuable and reusable metal, they also contain substances ...


    By Oil Skimmers, Inc.

  • Video Conferencing – Today’s Basic Interactive Technology

    Video conferencing brings you face-to-face even when you're miles apart! Interactive Video Conferencing (IVC) makes use of phone lines for effective transmission to one or more sites. Participants from one location can conveniently hear and see those at other locations; on a computer or television screens. Participants can make use of a number of media such as audiotapes, videotapes, email, fax, ...


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