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  • Recycling plant for automotive sound proofing case study

    Challenge: Increased demand from customers for a recycling solution to handle off-cuts from processing of Niko products. Existing plant not effective at separating granulated foam/sheet particles. Niko Coatings unable to offer satisfactory recycling service to customers. Axion Solution: Separation trial on Axion's ...


    By Axion Group

  • Tackling Office Noise – The Sound Investment

    Open offices or shared offices can offer great benefits in terms of communication but they can also present challenges. We’ve all had problems with noise in the office - the incessant chatter of your colleagues ruining your concentration; people shouting over you when you are trying to have a conversation on the phone; perhaps even maintenance or construction work going on next door. ...


    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • Case study - tailing ponds

    Location: Canada Year: 2012 Working context Oil Sand - Tailing pond dredging - The standard industry practice is to pump oil sands tailings into large settling ponds. There, the heaviest material settles to the bottom, separating from the top layer of water which can be recycled. The problem Oil ...


    By Dragflow North America

  • Rodelta boosts capacity PWN! - Case Study

    PWN Pure Water and Nature (a water supply company in North Holland) supplies tap water to thousands of customers. With the number tap water connections increasing to 750,000, it became apparent that the existing 8 Rodelta NSM 7310 pumps, although still working well, would need to be upgraded for capacity. THE CHALLENGE PWN Pure Water and Nature (a water supply company in ...

  • Malaysian Manufacturer Battles Bird Droppings - Case Study

    Corrosive bird droppings from a huge pest bird infestation were compromising safety and sanitation at a major Malaysian chemical plant.  Here is how Bird-X products solved their complex bird problem. The problem: A major chemical plant in Malaysia covers hundreds of acres - and the pest bird infestation is just as sizable, with a population of Common Mynas and Asian Glossy ...


    By Bird-X Inc.

  • PAMBuoy:Monitoring Beluga Whales in Alaska case study

    Real-time monitoring for beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) in the Eagle River, Alaska using a PAMBuoy detection system Real time monitoring for beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) in the Eagle River, Alaskausing a PAMBuoy detection system. Final Contract Report by SMRU, LLC and Marine Instruments Ltd. 19p. The Army and Air Force teamed with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game ...

  • CBio provides round-the-clock safeguard against illegal levels of ammonia case study

    A market leader in biomass engineering has launched a 24-hour biological safeguard system to protect organisations operating treatment plants against discharging illegal levels of ammonia. North East-based Cleveland Biotech (CB) has seen an increase in enquiries for its Amnite NS5000 product from companies which are obliged to prove to authorities they adhere to legal constraints over their ...


    By Cleveland Biotech Ltd.

  • The Retrofit route to large-scale refinery automation - Case Study

    Overview A major petrochemical modernisation programme in Turkey includes a retrofit project that will deliver automated actuation and control for over 900 valves at a refinery’s tank farms. Tupras is Turkey’s largest industrial company and leading refiner, operating four refineries of which the Izmit Refinery, in Kocael Province by the Sea of Marmara, is the largest. First ...


    By Rotork plc

  • Handling Noise in Call Centres and Open Offices

    Handling Noise in call centres and open offices: The Sound Investment Call centres and open offices can offer great benefits in terms of ease of communication but they can also present hazards to health and safety. Noise in the office is a familiar problem for those who work in them ...


    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • A win-win relationship - Case Study

    Recycling areas: Tyre Company name: Imdex A/S Located: Farsø, Denmark Founded: 2002 Employees: 20 Imdex A/S became in 2002, an authorized reciever of old tyres by the Environmental Protection Agency (Consolidation ...


    By Eldan Recycling A/S

  • Corporate volunteerism comes clean (and comes of age)

    Here the author examines how a growing number of companies that have adopted corporate social responsibility programs, especially those that harness the immense power of volunteerism, are building the business case for these social investments and encouraging them to take root and grow so they are more than just a passing fad. Jeff Schwartz, CEO of Timberland, a $1.5 billion New Hampshire-based ...


    By AHC Group

  • Controlling Noise in open plan offices & call centres

    Open plan offices can offer great benefits in terms of ease of communication but the No.1 gripe of anyone who works in this environment is office noise! This is evidenced in two recent studies. In Jabra's Top Global WorkPlace Productivity Trends (June 2018) [1] they determined that noise is still considered the ...


    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • Guangdong Province to Amend the Work Safety Regulation

    On 5 July 2013, the Standing Committee of Guangdong Provincial People’s Congress released the revision of “Guangdong Province Work-Safety Regulations” (hereinafter referred to as the “second draft”) for public opinion on its official website. The “second draft” proposes to set up liability insurance provisions in case of safety failures in production, ...


    By SGS

  • Flubendiamide Registrants and EPA File Post-Oral Argument Briefs

    On July 1, 2016, in an administrative appeal of the June 1, 2016, Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Initial Decision and an ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • D.I.Y. Studio Construction

    CHAPTER 1. Introduction Being an engineering company specialized in noise and vibration control we often come across applications in music studios. Noise transmission in studios can be airborne (transmitted via the air) but also structure borne (transmitted via the building elements). Due to the large wave lengths occurring from low frequency sounds ...


    By ALPHA ACOUSTIKI Ltd.

  • Building soils for storm water compliance and successful landscapes

    THE SOILS for Salmon project - initiated in 1999 by the Washington Organic Recycling Council (WORC) - has been building momentum through collaboration with the Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT), regulators at the state Department of Ecology, local governments, scientists, and green leaders in the building, landscape and development industries. Over the years, the Soils for Salmon ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • 10 Flags in Valve Chambers that Should Make You Question What Else is Wrong

    I have reached the conclusion, as a lot of you may relate too, that I may be considered one of those “cranky old men”. It shows itself in the little things. Sentences starting with the phrase “when I was your age” or ...


    By Singer Valve Inc.

  • The Human Element

    Humans are the weakest part of your information security system Michael Brophy, Certification Europe’s CEO, highlights why the human element is the weakest part of your information security system and sets out how to prevent data breaches. “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” - George ...


    By Certification Europe

  • U.S. desalination industry grows since 2000; seen as essential to meeting supply needs

    With supplies of clean water becoming more scarce in certain areas and demand increasing, desalination is on the rise in the United States, water professionals told BNA. Half again as many municipal desalination plants were built between 2000 and 2010 as were built in the preceding three decades, according to research by water sector consultant Mike Mickley that was published in 2012 in the IDA ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • Painting an ever-greener picture in car production

    The announcement earlier this year that BMW Group is investing a further £100 million to increase production at its Oxford plant is good news for those buyers who have been waiting around three months to get their hands on the steering wheel of the legendary new MINI. In the paint shop, this poses a special challenge – how do you reconcile the demands of more throughput, less maintenance downtime ...

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