street cleaning Articles

  • The definition of solar street lights

    Defining Solar Street Light Solar street lights are gradually replacing widely used traditional public street lights. They have a crystalline silicon solar battery to supply power, a maintenance-free controlled battery to store electricity, a ultra-bright LED lamps as light source. And they are controlled by a smart charging and ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Nano Coating for Solar Street Lights

    Nanotechnology is a discovery that has been around for a while and has taken every industry by storm and is set to revolutionize how everything works. It has already caught up with the lighting industry and is already making changes there as well. Solar street lights are usually installed ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • What’s Living in “Bourbon Gumbo” Street Water?

    Bourbon Street in New Orleans frequently has stagnant water sitting along the curbs at all hours of the day rain or shine. This phenomenon is somewhat unusual and is likely due to inadequate drainage as the street is more than 100 years old and doesn’t slope adequately in many places. Due to the nature and atmosphere of Bourbon Street it begs the question of what exactly is in that water. ...

  • The Future of Nano Coating Solar Street Lights

    Although it is commonly thought that shade is the worst threat to a solar panel’s productivity, dirt can be an even greater problem. As dirt, dust and debris like bird poop collect on its surface, the productivity of a panel is markedly reduced over time unless cleaned regularly. While doing such maintenance might be easy for small, compact array, the time and labor it takes to ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Dubai's neat streets as rubbish is swept under the concrete

    Underground system is more hygienic and environment friendly Each compactor replaces more than 200 ordinary waste containers Dubai In a major initiative, the Dubai Municipality unveiled its fully automated underground waste compactor project, a clean and safe modern waste management solution which collects waste and compresses it underground using the latest ...


    By HABA Products - Elo Group Oy

  • Recovering Wasted Energy: Beneath the city streets

    Sewage heat recovery graphNo one likes to think about it, but city planners and engineers often have no choice but to deal with it, and that’s sewage. Though techniques vary somewhat from place to place and from facility to facility, sewage generally flows down pipes with multiple steps in place designed to remove and treat as many solids as possible, before returning the freshly distilled ...


    By DDI Heat Exchangers Inc.

  • Class-a Office Tower 947 Fort Street Victoria, B.C. - Case Study

    Key Parameters Type of Facility – New Construction Function – Upscale Professional Offices with Retail Area – Six stories, 44,000 sq. ft. Project Completed – 2010 LEED Gold Challenge: Sustainable design. Designing for LEED Gold certification, engineers and owners wanted to add value by ...

  • A Simple Solution to Big Snail Problems - A Case Study at VSFCD’s Ryder Street Wastewater Treatment Plant

    A treatment facility operating on the northern edge of the San Francisco Bay, in Vallejo, California, was experiencing excessive growth of trickling filter snails in the plant’s two biotowers. Downstream of the biotowers, the snail shells would settle in the plant’s aeration basins and secondary clarifiers and cause major maintenance problems. Periodically the entire aeration basin and clarifier ...

  • Class -A office building 2121 K Street NW Washington D.C. - Case Study

    Key Parameters Type of Facility – Existing (EB) Function– Upscale Urban Office Building with Retail,5-Star Restaurant, Fitness Health Center, Underground Parking Area–11-stories, 190,458sq.ft. Project Completed– (HVAC) 2007 Challenge: Increase property value with “green” and ...

  • The natural way to clean wastewater

    John Todd founded Ocean Arks International in the 1980s, where he started to experiment with processes that mimic natural ways to purify wastewater. He built a greenhouse and ran sewage through a series of tanks, with plants suspended in the flowing waters, and constructed marshes made of sand and gravel. No chemicals were added, but plenty of aquatic creatures from snails to small fish were ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Clean goes green

    Her daughter's eyes were pink and puffy. The child's nose was scratchy and runny. Nancy Figueroa of Jamaica Plain did everything she could to make her daughter well: She bought one medicine after another; did more wash than a 24-hour laundromat; gave to charity her daughter's stuffed animals that might be carrying dust, including the little monkey that young Katherine clung to for comfort. Still ...

  • Clean urban transport can drive emissions cuts

    Here’s a way to save $100 trillion and stop 1,700 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from getting into the atmosphere every year by 2050: cycle, walk or take public transport. A new report by the University of California Davis and the Institute for ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Bawtry, Doncaster - Part IIA case sees High Court ruling on who is liable for contamination clean up

    Seventeen families in a Coventry street faced an uncertain future and major disruption to their lives following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical that had polluted the land on which they lived. The one-acre site was previously owned by the Courtaulds chemicals and textiles group, which used it to store carbon disulphide (CS2) – a raw material in the manufacture of viscose rayon at a ...


    By Landmark Information Group

  • SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT - A Global Problem and a Local Solution - CLEAN INDIA 2007 will show the way

    Solid Waste Management is one of the major challenges India among many other Asian countries is facing today. The outbreak of various epidemics is an example of  growing needs of proper and scientific sanitation for urban and rural areas. I come from North Europe, where such epidemics as Dengue fever and chickengunya  are extremely rare, nonexistent even. I’ve been travelling a lot around ...


  • Utilisation of a Fully Automated Cleaning System in a Milk Processing Plant: Pauls Limited (N.T.)

     Pauls Limited (N.T) is the only company that fully processes milk in the Northern Territory. Pauls has completed a major upgrade and expansion of its processing plant in Bishop Street, Stuart Park. The fully automatic plant is built to the highest Australian standards and it replaces the older, manually operated plant. The upgrades costing more than $2.5 million have been undertaken over ...


  • Maps: Navigation or Communication Tool?

    Since we first scratched directions into the dirt, maps have been the go-to when it comes to finding an unfamiliar place or geographical location.  But they can offer more than just an address or walking route. Beyond the directions and street names, maps can tap into our instinctive understanding of the world in a powerful way by using identifiable symbols, geographical ...


    By Arkit

  • Bacteria devours gasoline plume

    The new environmental technology essentially flushes contamination out of the soil. NORTHAMPTON - With hungry bacteria and reusable carbon filters, an engineering company is slowly but surely removing a massive plume of gasoline from beneath a busy section of Pleasant Street. Traffic and business activity haven't had to skip a beat as Penney Engineering, of Mansfield, cleans up the ...


    By Penney Engineering, Inc

  • Removal of Fallen Leaves Can Improve Urban Water Quality

    The timely removal of leaf litter can reduce harmful phosphorus concentrations in stormwater by over 80 percent in Madison, Wisconsin, according to a recent U.S. Geological Survey study. Autumn leaf litter contributes a significant amount of phosphorus to urban stormwater, which then runs off into waterways and lakes. Excessive amounts of ...

  • The performance of Spanish solid waste collection

    In this paper we examine street cleaning and waste collection services in Spanish municipalities with a population exceeding 50 000. The purpose is to identify factors that influence the efficiency of these services. Three input variables (staff, vehicles and containers) and four outputs variables (tonnage, collection points, collection point density and kilometres of surface area washing) are ...


    By SAGE Publications

  • Adding Quality to City Life

    The Special Service District's impact shines throughout downtown. Within the district's 760 acres, Tampa's Downtown Clean Team Beautifies the streets, while the softer side of security, Tampa's Downtown Guides, patrol by foot and bike. The six Clean Team members collect more than two tons of trash and other debris every day. In 2004, they kept 720 tons of garbage off the city streets. Tampa's ...


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