water export Articles

  • Daimer Releases Carpet Cleaners for Export Worldwide

    WOBURN, MA U.S.A – October 23, 2012 – Daimer Industries, Inc.®, the global leader in American made heated carpet cleaners with sales to over 200 countries, is expanding its product line by introducing new feature-rich carpet cleaning machines. Although the company has been supplying carpet equipment to customers worldwide for years, the introduction of the new XTreme ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • The EU Eco-Industry`s Export Potential

     Executive Summary DGXI of the European Commission has commissioned this study to provide an analysis of current export activity by the EU eco-industry, the employment effects of this export activity, whether exports can be increased in the future and to develop appropriate policy recommendations for promoting EU eco-industry exports and related employment in the future. ...

  • U.S. Natural Gas Exports: Friend or Foe?

    U.S. natural gas production is booming. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), production grew by 23 percent from 2007 to 2012. Now—with production projected to continue growing in the decades ahead—U.S. lawmakers and companies are considering exporting this resource internationally. But what are the climate implications of ...

  • Bio-Microbics Inc. wins--- exporter of the year award

    Bio-Microbics Inc., Shawnee, Kan., has received a 2009 Exporter of the Year award from ThinkGlobal Inc., publisher of Commercial News USA, the official export promotion magazine of the U.S. Commerce Department in the Environmental category. The company manufactures economical and ecological wastewater and storm water treatment systems for light commercial and residential onsite markets, including ...


    By Bio-Microbics, Inc.

  • The EU Eco-industry`s export potential

    Introduction This report provides the findings to a study commissioned by DGXI of the European Commission and undertaken by ECOTEC Research & Consulting Ltd. The study has been commissioned to provide an analysis of current export activity by the EU eco-industry, the employment effects of this export activity, future export opportunities and to develop appropriate policy recommendations for ...

  • Approaches for quantifying and managing diffuse phosphorus exports at the farm/small catchment scale

    Received for publication December 16, 2007. Quantifying and managing diffuse P losses from small catchments or at the farm scale requires detailed knowledge of farming practices and their interaction with catchment processes. However, detailed knowledge may not be available and hence modeling is required. This paper demonstrates two approaches to developing tools that assist P losses from New ...

  • Solution of export coefficients of nitrogen from different land-use patterns based on Bayesian analysis

    The export coefficient model has been applied worldwide to the estimation of non-point source (NPS) pollution. Determining the export coefficients (ECs) from each pollution source and different space–time progressions is problematic because of uncertainty in the ECs of nitrogen from different land-use patterns. Bayesian theory uses the prior probability distribution and likelihood data to ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • CIRAS-2 Export function-simplified data format with numerical and graphical data views

    Perhaps some of the most exciting moments for CIRAS-2 Portable Photosynthesis System users come when the time arrives to view meaningful data sets. What many new users will not realize is that they have the option of viewing these data in two formats: raw CIRAS-2 format (.dat) and a much streamlined Export format (.tab). Both formats easily and automatically import and parse into spreadsheet ...


    By PP Systems

  • Water quality in the Arosa Bay

    Background One of the great impediments to further development of shellfish aquaculture in the north-west region of Spain isa perception that industry expansion and tourism could have negative environmental effects on the coastal waters. Especially the bay around Villagarcia de Arosa is very famous because of its excellent areas for shellfish farming. The government of Spain is ...

  • The water footprint of humanity

    This study quantifies and maps the water footprint (WF) of humanity at a high spatial resolution. It reports on consumptive use of rainwater (green WF) and ground and surface water (blue WF) and volumes of water polluted (gray WF). Water footprints are estimated per nation from both a production and consumption perspective. International virtual water flows are estimated based on trade in ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Sydney Water Environment and Innovation

    The Hydrographic Group within Sydney Water controls and manages the corporate Hydstra/TS licence, which is used throughout Sydney Water Corporation. The central Hydstra archive is held on the Hydrographic server, and contains over 20,000,000 days of archived data for specific parameters. Data subsets are distributed from here via Hydstra exports to 18 network sites, comprising Sydney Water, AWT, ...


    By KISTERS AG

  • What really drives water vulnerability

    Whether people have the water they need depends on how much water there is and how much demand there is for it, right? Wrong. According to a recent study published in Environmental Research Letters, governance, not pure supply and demand, is the most prevalent factor determining “water vulnerability” — the ...


    By Ensia

  • Frac Water Recycling White Paper

    Balancing the risk of well damage with the economic benefits of frac wastewater reuse can be difficult.  In conjunction with Environmental Daily Advisor, Anguil Aqua Systems has sponsored a detailed report which answers some of the tough questions about fracking and water use.   ...

  • The sources of Phosphorus in the waters of Great Britain

    Total phosphorus (TP) and soluble reactive phosphorus (SRP) loads to watercourses of the River Basin Districts (RBDs) of Great Britain (GB) were estimated using inventories of industrial P loads and estimates of P loads from sewage treatment works and diffuse P loads calculated using region-specific export coefficients for particular land cover classes combined with census data for agricultural ...

  • The New Economy of Water: The Risks and Benefits of Globalization and Privatization of Fresh Water

    Executive Overview New voices are beginning to be heard in the debate over water, and new ideas – good and bad – considered. Among the most powerful and controversial of these new ideas is that water should be considered an “economic good” – subject to the rules and power of markets, multinational corporations, and international trading regimes. In the last decade, this idea has been put ...


    By Pacific Institute

  • Water Treatment Equipment Markets in China

    China’s demand for Water Treatment Equipment has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next decade, both production and demand will continue to grow. The Chinese economy maintains a high speed growth which has been stimulated by the consecutive increases of industrial output, import & export, consumer consumption and capital investment for over two decades. This new study ...

  • Solar energy dissipation and temperature control by water and plants

    Ecosystems use solar energy for self-organisation and cool themselves by exporting entropy to the atmosphere as heat. These energy transformations are achieved through evapotranspiration, with plants as 'heat valves'. In this study, the dissipative process is demonstrated at sites in the Czech Republic and Belgium, using landscape temperature data from thermovision and satellite images. While ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Canarina DESCAR software · water pollution · commands 15

    Export Picture.- With this command you will be able to export images and pictures (BMP files). These images will contain the background picture and the simulation results.   Many programs, computer applications and word processors (AutoCad, 3d Studio, ArcView, MS Word,...) import BMP files. You will be able to load images generated by ...

  • Population and water in the Middle East: the challenge and opportunity for law

    Although it is commonplace today to argue that population growth drives many or most environmental problems, Jane Jacobs has questioned the prevailing view, noting that the empirical evidence for it is actually rather slim. This article presents a case study of the pressures that population places on water in the Middle East, concluding that the countries of the region suffer from inappropriate ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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