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  • Full-Scale Experience with the Sharon Process through the Eyes of the Operators

    ABSTRACTThis paper summarizes different operating aspects and experiences of several SHARON plants. The SHARON process is suitable for treatment of high strength ammonia wastewaters such as reject water from dewatering of digested sewage sludge and wastewater from sludge drying or incineration plants. The aerated retention time and nitrite concentration are the two most important process ...

  • Fabric Furniture Cleaning Machines for Spotlessly Clean, Odor-Free Upholstery

    A well-used couch gathers more dirt than people realize. Impurities residing behind the cushions and on the armrests may not be visible to the unaided eye; but they are there, causing odors, disease, and damage to the fabric itself. Fabric furniture cleaning machines are best for removing dirt from upholstered furniture. These machines are low flow, easy to use, have hot and cold water wash ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Choose wise and save lives

    Emergency Safety Showers are now an essential part of any first aid strategy providing a fast and effective method of washing chemicals and contaminants from the body or clothing in the event of accidental contact. Corporate manslaughter legislation re-enforces the need for such equipment and the importance of making the right choices. Finding the right shower To some extent, the same ...


    By Hughes Safety Showers

  • Indispensable of Rug Cleaners for Maintaining Office Buildings

    When customers note your impeccably clean business premises, they will obviously be impressed by your business acumen and your eye for details. The first aspect of your office décor that immediately catches the attention of customers is your carpets. Perfectly maintained carpets will create an impression of professionalism while dull-looking carpets can suggest a poorly managed business. ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Sustainability in the workplace

    Being a Sustainability Practitioner you can imagine it’s a case of ‘practise what you preach’ and so we have taken the steps to leave the city environment and swap luxuries for necessities. This involves renovating an old house and attempting to reuse and recycle site material, whilst researching and using more sustainable construction material alternatives.My strategy is to work at home using ...

  • Shop Spill Cleanup, Mitigation for Waste Applications

    Spills and effluent water around a shop can cause an operation time and money. Taking simple steps to understand and apply best practices and the right products can mitigate the problematic effects and make any shop safer. If you work in a maintenance shop in the waste industry, you know that one thing is unavoidable—spills. With so many pieces of equipment and so many fluids around ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • What will it take to get plastics out of the ocean?

    From drones to filters to artificial islands, innovators are working to reduce the threat thousands of tons of trash pose to marine ecosystems. A few palm trees stand strong in the salty breeze. Located on the southern tip of the Pacific island chain of Hawaii, Kamilo Beach is an isolated stretch of black volcanic shoreline in the middle of nowhere. Just a few hundred yards ...


    By Ensia

  • Reducing coal plants effluent discharge and waste pit volumes

    The OSEI Corporation manufactures Oil Spill Eater II a first response bioremediation product that utilizes natures own process to convert hydrocarbon contaminants to CO2 by speeding up natures process to remediate hydrocarbons in a matter of days or weeks compared to waiting decades, reducing the time toxic hydrocarbons can adversely effect the environment. OSE II can quickly ...

  • Hazardous Waste Disposal

    Untitled Document Overview We're all aware of the importance of following safety precautions when we work with hazardous chemicals. ...


  • Erosion and Sediment Control: Navigating NPDES Regulations, the SWPPP, and Techniques for Compliance

    Erosion and Sedimentation: Why Are They a Problem? The US Environmental Protection Agency lists sediment as the single most common pollutant in rivers, streams, lakes, and reservoirs. With all the potentially harmful chemicals and substances in the world, it seems odd to many people that sediment—dirt, essentially—is singled out as the major culprit. Yet these particles of ...


    By FINN Corporation

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