specialised waste handling equipment Articles

  • Waste not, want not

    Consultant Andy Ive considers solutions which not only comply but also enhance the environmental profile of today’s industrial companies. Until recently the prevailing perception in many industries, particularly those operating in emerging market areas has been that waste is an unwelcome inconvenience. The primary infrastructure of most companies was fundamentally not designed to deal with waste ...


    By Ive Design

  • Zero Waste to Landfill Goal: Portland Aluminium

     Portland Aluminium has achieved a significant reduction in the amount of waste going to landfill. Although driven primarily by business needs including the pursuit of efficiencies, waste reduction has been achieved by evaluating processes, gaining the commitment of its workforce and combining these efforts with both cleaner production and waste minimisation concepts. ...


  • Re-agent dosing - Sodimate installs standardised equipment to meet the specifications of each plant case study

    Water quality refining is the most essential step in water treatment processes. When done properly, it guarantees palatable taste characteristics suitable for drinking water. The reliability and accuracy of the processes for storing, metering, and dissolving the required re-agents are indispensible for successfully completing this final treatment. Outlined below is a case story about Viry- ...


    By Sodimate, Inc

  • Well suited for dust and waste products from airlaid production

    Less dust, easier handling and reduced transport costs. The RUNI Screw Compactor represents a great advance in airlaid production waste management. Dan-Web in Aarhus produces machinery and equipment for the manufacture of airlaid products such as nappies, sanitary towels, bed sheets and meat pads – primarily as turn-key production systems. The company has its own pilot system for client ...


    By RUNI A/S

  • Study on Hazardous Household Waste with a main Emphasis on Hazardous Chemicals

    Introduction The aim of this study is to evaluate national experiences of the management of hazardous products likely to become hazardous household waste (HHW), and to make proposals for strategies for the appropriate management of such products within a lifecycle perspective. The study covers the fifteen Member States and two Accession Countries, namely Hungary and Romania. The data available at ...

  • Baader machines in Iceland - Case Study

    One liquid ring pump for seven Baader machines in Iceland The island of Vestmannaeja lies off the south coast of Iceland and has one of the largest fishing ports in the countryl. It is home to around 4500 people, most of whom are working in the fishing industry. The island has several fish producers, big as well as small, all specialising in the local fish species that are found around ...


    By Samson Pumps A/S

  • Managing Environment, Health and Safety Risks at the National Museums of Kenya for Sustainability

    AbstractUrban environmental policy cannot escape the dictates of global environmental requirements as stipulated by the principles of Stockholm Conference, Rio-Summit, and the Johannesburg Summit that includes multilateral environmental agreements. The National Museum of Kenya (NMK) is a public, educational, scientific and heritage management institution established in 1909. It has undergone ...


  • The Five Factors of Smart Laboratory Success

    The Five Factors Research organizations are under pressure to cut costs while maintaining or increasing throughput. To improve their operations, many laboratories are considering investments in data management or support and automation systems like ELNs, LIMS or Robotics/HTS. Whatever the change that is introduced, there are many pitfalls on the way to delivery, roll-out and ...

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