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  • Should deep-sea mining go ahead in Papua New Guinea?

    Financial disagreement has halted a controversial deep-sea mining project but deeper issues lie with the environment, Prime Sarmiento reports. The fate of a currently halted deep-sea mining project in the Pacific is being watched closely by a number of ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Produced water treatment from a to Zinc - reducing levels of Zinc in a produced water stream

    Problem At vast depths, the ocean floor consists of layers of decaying plant and animal matter, containing chemicals like sulphate and zinc, which has built up over the years. When operators are drilling, the matter is disturbed and the various chemicals are released into the water. Since the mid 1980’s the pace of exploration, production, and development in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico ...


    By CETCO Energy Services

  • Evaluation of groundwater quality and its suitability for drinking purpose in Rajshahi City, Bangladesh

    A study was conducted to evaluate the hydrochemical processes controlling the water quality variations and to determine the water type of groundwater in Rajshahi City, Bangladesh, for drinking purposes. A total of 120 shallow and deep tubewell water samples were collected in pre- and post-monsoon seasons during the year 2008–2009 and analyzed for various physico-chemical parameters. The results ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The source and risks of mercury in the offshore industry

    Oil in Gas and RocksAlmost all oil and gas is found within the tiny spaces in sedimentary rocks, mainly sandstone and coarse-grained limestone. Bedrock limestone and sandstone, even though hard, also contain lots of pores that can contain water or oil or gas and other elements. Along with the gas and oil is a mixture of sand, silt & mud. This sludgy silt mud is rich in heavier metal elements ...

  • Geotube Dewatering Technology is Sound Application for Remediation of Fox River Cleanup Site - Case Study

    Technology Allows Processing of Large Volumes While Retaining Impurities and Making Collection and Disposal Easier. Environmental remediation projects are often complicated, challenging—and huge. In fact, a number of remediation jobs that should be done have been delayed because there was no economical way of getting them accomplished. But that could be changing, thanks to a ...

  • Chemical analysis of drinking water of villages of Sanganer Tehsil, Jaipur District

    Abstract Due to pressure of human activity, urbanization and industrialization, the groundwater sources are degraded gradually; therefore pure, safe, healthy and odorless drinking water is a matter of deep concern. There are many pollutants in groundwater due to seepage viz. organic and inorganic pollutants, heavy metals, pesticides, fluorides etc. In Rajasthan state, all 32 districts are ...

  • Shale gas extraction - frac water treatment

    The client The Client is a company which makes part of a Group based in the Eastern Europe and specialized in drilling activities and well services for the exploration/extraction industry. The Client’s needs Shale is a sedimentary rock that is predominantly comprised of consolidated clay-sized particles. Shale gas is produced from organic-rich shale ...

  • Divestment of a food manufacturing plant

    Client: Confidential Location: Somerset, Southwest England, UK Services: Strategic Advice on Brownfield Development, Site Investigation, Risk Assessment Summary: ESI was able to identify options for managing land contamination to maximise the value of site divestment, based on high quality site investigation and risk ...

  • World famous watch manufacturer chooses Bramidan as time matters - Case Study

    Swiss leader watch designer and manufacturer TISSOT has taken advantage of the new expansion of its premises to invest in a fully automatic Bramidan channel baler to optimize waste handling procedures. For many years, Tissot had been using a 20m3 waste compactor to handle all types of waste fragments. Once full, the compactor used to be sent to an incinerator located 10 km away from the factory. ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • Recycling at Special Events.Where Crowds Gather, Recyclables are Sure to Follow

     Special events pose a challenge to recyclers because the waste stream often contains large amounts of single-use products and food discards, and multiple vendors often serve participants. While the type of materials generated varies by event size, venue, and theme, quantities can be substantial. For example, the 30,000 patrons at the Davis, California 1999 Whole Earth Festival produced more ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Buried debris case study

    Saufley Field, Escambia County, Florida GeoView was tasked with performing a geophysical investigation at a military base in the southeastern United States. The purpose of the investigation was to locate a reported debris burial pit. The burial pit was reported to be 60 feet (ft) in length and up to 10 ft deep. Historical records indicated that the pit  contained buried drums and ...


    By GeoView, Inc.

  • Climate change: More intense rains could swamp Chicago`s aging sewers

    In a city built on a swamp, where rainstorms already flood basements and force sewage into Lake Michigan and local streams, climate change could make Chicago's chronic water pollution woes even worse. Researchers hired by Mayor Richard Daley's office estimate that intense rainfall will happen more frequently in the not-so-distant future because of warming global temperatures, challenging the ...

  • Aggressive dewatering aids concrete rehab at Abitibi

    An enormous volume of water passes through the Abitibi Canyon Generating Station every hour of every day. In order to complete critical concrete repairs on the hydro power station, general contractor The Barclay Construction Group needed to find a way to pump and discharge almost 30 million gallons of water in a 500-metre section of the river upstream from the station in under 30 hours. Aquatech ...


    By Aquatech Dewatering Company

  • Versatility is the key with the Blue-White hybrid ultra-sonic flowmeter, “sonic-pro”, at the Key West WWTP

    The Florida Keys have long been known for its exotic islands, pristine snorkeling, artistic charm, and a magnificent coral reef. This natural beauty attracts millions of tourists every year. Needless to say, maintaining the quality of the sea water surrounding the keys is essential to the allure and economic viability of the area. The Key West Southernmost Wastewater Treatment Plant was ...


  • Quantifying Sub-Surface Discharges from Individual Sewer Defects

    ABSTRACTThe California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region (RWQCB) required wastewater collection agencies in Orange County to report discharges from “pipe breaks, leaking sewer pipes and joints, and other subsurface discharges of wastewater.” The Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD), in conjunction with a research team from University of California, Irvine (UCI), developed ...

  • Convergence with EU Air Protection Policies - Short guide for ENP Partners and Russia

    The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) was created in 2003/2004 and is now well established as the principal vehicle for cooperation with the neighbour countries. It is a collective EU response to the aspirations of its Eastern and Southern neighbours to jointly promote prosperity, stability and security in our region. The recent historic enlargement of the EU in 2004 and 2007 contributed to the ...

  • Common Treatment Technologies for Fuels in Soil, Sediment, and Sludge

    Common treatment technologies for fuels in soil, sediment, and sludge include biodegradation, incineration, SVE, and low temperature thermal desorption. Incineration is typically used when chlorinated SVOCs are also present with fuel, and not specified for fuel-only contaminated soil, sediment, or sludge. All types of biodegradation, both in situ or ex situ, can be used to remediate soils: ...

  • Mono nov at the cutting edge of drill waste management

    Equipment from Mono is being used in a joint venture with Baroid Drilling Fluids at a state of the art facility in Kazakhstan. Baroid, part of the Halliburton Company, provides drilling fluids and services to energy companiesworldwide, and is a global leader in Total Fluids Management services. The system is a fully contained closed system and uses a Mono pump for handling oil-based mud ...


    By NOV Mono - Mono Pumps Ltd

  • Mono nov at the cutting edge of drill waste management

    Equipment from Mono is being used in a joint venture with Baroid Drilling Fluids at a state of the art facility in Kazakhstan. Baroid, part of the Halliburton Company, provides drilling fluids and services to energy companiesworldwide, and is a global leader in Total Fluids Management services. The system is a fully contained closed system and uses a Mono pump for handling oil-based mud ...


    By NOV Mono - Mono Pumps Ltd

  • Standard Chlorine of Delaware Remediation

    By designing a 70-foot deep barrier wall, Black & Veatch was able to cut off contaminant source areas from a creek near New Castle, Delaware. The groundwater treatment system that Black & Veatch designed prevents site contamination from reaching the underlying drinking water aquifer. The Standard Chlorine of Delaware Site is a 65 acre area including an abandoned chlorobenzene ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

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