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  • Seven Ways Your Facility Isn’t Meeting Effluent Regulations and How to Solve Them

    Whether you own, operate, or help manage a municipal or industrial facility that deals with wastewater, it’s important to understand how wastewater treatment can play a significant role in the overall health of your business, especially when it comes to meeting effluent regulations. This is an important part of the wastewater treatment process to consider, as ignoring it could earn your ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • Equipment case study: Gar-Binz finds a new way to “Grab” Business

    Gary Mac Lellan of Gar-Binz Waste Removal Services, Ltd. in Edmonton, Canada has always been innovative when it comes to making money. He’s been involved with everything from taking small odd jobs to handling both light and heavy construction. Mac Lellan recalls starting as a handy man with only $7 in his pocket and earning $20 for fixing a fence. Soon after his first project, the small ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Waste to Energy Analysis

    The manufacturing of SRF in a single pass is not a new concept. However, with the environmental efficacy of alternative fuel production under seemingly increasing scrutiny, a one-step process is of growing importance, believes Peter Streinik, Head of Business Unit Waste at UNTHA. There can be no disputing that alternative fuel production is being increasingly acknowledged as a valuable part of ...


    By UNTHA Shredding Technology

  • How one small change could reduce your food waste

    We often don’t give much attention to the food we consume. Grabbing a bite on the go or chowing down a meal are automatic actions based largely on appealing flavors and rumbles in our stomachs. Similarly, we often don’t give much attention to the food we waste — which, annually, weighs close to 4.5 times the combined weight of every human being on the planet. When we waste food, ...


    By Ensia

  • Introducing Riverside`s newest horizontal waste baler - the HZ50T

    As interest in Riverside Waste Machinery's newest waste baler heats up, managing director Jonathan Oldfield tells us a little more about this latest addition to the fleet... Q: What is your product/technology? Riverside Waste Machinery’s RWM HZ 50T semi-automatic horizontal baler. Q: How does it work? When materials are fed into the hopper, ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Virginia grinding firm’s roots run deep: Green waste recyclers’ modest start has blossomed into a full-service company

    Companies that want to excel in today’s competitive business climate are finding that branching out or diversifying is key to success. Few companies, however, can do so while still embracing their roots. Green Waste Recyclers, LLC is an exception to that rule. The Culpeper, VA-based firm started as a small tree service, added an arbor supply company, then took the next logical step with a move ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Increase revenue with a CK horizontal baler

    CK International horizontal balers allow waste recyclers to increase the volume of waste processed, with throughputs up to 3tonnes/hour being achieved. The generous hopper size of the horizontal balers allow large volumes of waste to be fed with a loading shovel or grab type loader. Customers are baling a wide range of materials including cardboard, plastic film, hard plastic and shredded paper. ...


    By CK International Ltd.

  • McClellan AFB comparison of 6 no-purge groundwater samplers

    This report describes the activities and results of a field demonstration of six different diffusion and grab groundwater sampling devices at the former McClellan Air Force Base (McClellan), located in Sacramento, California. Analytical results from these samplers are compared to ‘baseline’ analytical results from samples collected using conventional (low-flow and three-casing-volume purge) ...


    By EON Products Inc.

  • From the PWR Blog: Just the facts, Mam: Experts State Landfills are No Longer Necessary!

    Our most recent blog article can be read here: Everyone here at Plasma Waste Recycling understands how complex and confusing "our world" can appear to most people. Unfortunately, there are even well-intentioned environmentalists that just don"t understand the facts...or haven"t bothered to really investigate them ...


  • Wash Water Questions and Answers

    When the subject of Wash Water Recycling comes up there are many questions that can arise. The following are a few that are frequently asked are: Will it have an odor? What will its’ clarity be? How much is recycled? The above questions seem very basic but can at times create a complex response because of ...


    By ESD Waste2Water, Inc.

  • Like a phoenix from the ashes

    Thanks to growing environmental awareness, waste is increasingly being separated and recycled. However, residual waste always remains that can't easily be recycled. This ends up in waste incineration plants (referred to as KVAs in Swiss German) for disposal and reclaiming, such as the KVA Linthgebiet in Niederurnen in the Swiss canton of Glarus. Due to the strict environmental specifications ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • Rapid portable cross-connection detection by sensitive fluorescence spectroscopy

    Abstract The implementation of dual reticulation systems for returning recycled water to the home for nonpotable use is now common in new Australian housing developments. Managing the associated public health risk requires consideration of the potential for crossconnections between recycled and potable water pipes. While current protocols for detection exist, they are time consuming and ...


    By Safe Training Systems Ltd

  • Pharmaceutical occurrence in groundwater and surface waters in forests land‐applied with municipal wastewater

    The occurrence and fate of pharmaceutical and personal care products in the environment are of increasing public importance due to their ubiquitous nature and documented effects on wildlife, ecosystems, and potentially humans. One potential, yet undefined, source of entry of pharmaceuticals into the environment is via the land application of municipal wastewater onto permitted lands. The ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Blazing the plastics recycling trail

    In the past year, MBA Polymers has opened two facilities showcasing its high-tech recycling process for plastics from end-of-life durable goods. Those plants, in China and Austria, are just the beginning for this plastics recycling pioneer; over the next two years, the company is hoping to announce at least one additional facility in Europe as well as the development of another operation in Asia. ...


    By Recycling International

  • Case study - Pure oxygen injection pilot test

    Introduction: The Moccasin Bend WWTP uses pure oxygen produced by a cryogenic oxygen plant for activated sludge treatment of the influent waste stream, which consists of municipal and industrial wastes. The waste stream contains a high proportion of high strength industrial waste, which results in a typical COD loading of about 2000 mg/L, which is approximately four times the strength ...

  • Egg wash wastewater: Estrogenic risk or environmental asset?

    Commercial production of eggs and egg products requires the washing of eggs to remove urinary / fecal material and broken egg residue. In the case of one Ohio farming facility, 1.6 million birds produce 1.4 million eggs per day, using ∼50 mL of wash water / egg or ∼ 70,000 L per day. The aqueous waste stream was evaluated for estrogenicity, to determine if potential for endocrine disruption ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Different technology options for monitoring oil in produced water – inline continuous monitoring and IR analysis

    No offshore facility wants to be caught with a sheen around their platform as that can result in a costly fine for exceeding discharge permit limits for oil. Onboard oil in water analyzers are necessary to ensure the oil/water separation systems are functioning properly before overboard disposal of the produced water. Bench top analyzers have traditionally been used to test oil in water although ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Linking upstream and downstream communities in Kenya

    As demand for water grows in river basins, downstream users often suffer. This is especially true when those users depend on rivers and natural wetlands, which many still regard as “wasted” water. That is the case on the river Ewaso Ngiro in Kenya, which drains from the glaciers of Mount Kenya through the heavily populated agricultural region of Laikipia in central Kenya, to the ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Sustainable wastewater treatment chemicals in a dairy

    Problem/Definition Atana Ltd has been tasked in reducing sludge generation produced at the sites effluent plant by introducing a new chemical regime. This would bring considerable savings on their daily running costs; reduce the need for hazardous substances and prevent any corrosive issues through the removal of inorganic chemicals. The plant also has consent issues with FOG and ...


    By Atana Limited

  • Top Warehouse Hazards and How to Solve Them

    Injuries may seem like just another part of the job at warehouses, but in most cases it doesn’t have to be that way! Proper training, tools, and technique help avoid what the folks at Premier Handling Solutions have identified as some of the top warehouse safety hazards: ...


    By DJProducts, Inc.

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