Land Use Articles

  • Case-Study: Ambient Air Monitoring for Ecotourism

    Gujarat Tourism association wanted to monitor the effect of increased tourism on the air quality of the tourist spots in real-time. Oizom installed Polludrone at 5 major tourist spots of Gujarat. The solution gave data of particulates generated, harmful gases released, and an increase in temperature. Gujarat Tourism was able to analyze the environment’s effect on the tourists as well as the ...


    By Oizom Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

  • China heavy duty marine sand suction pump, WN dredging pump

    China heavy duty marine sand suction pump,WN dredging pump: The WN dredge pump is one of our hottest models for dredging industry. ZN500 heavy duty sand dredge pump,size 26X20 inch. With huge capacity around 4500-5500m3/h and pump head 40-65m. Pump adopt wear resistant high chrome hard metal material,much more suitable for those highly abrasive working conditions. Such as ...

  • Project Alamo 5 - Uvalde, Texas

    Project Description: Alamo 5 is located in Uvalde, about 98 miles southwest of San Antonio, on 1,000 acres of privately-owned land. The 95.0 MWac project services 21,375 homes using ...


    By OCI Solar Power

  • Douglas County, Colorado - Case Study

    Douglas County, Colorado is an excellent model of a government that utilizes POSSE as an enterprise-wide solution, with their Building, Planning, and Engineering departments all integrated within the webbased work management system. Beginning with the Building system, which went live in 2006, Computronix and Douglas County have worked together to implement POSSE across their departments, and they ...


    By Computronix (U.S.A.), Inc.

  • City of Edmonton, Alberta - Case Study

    In 1993, the Planning & Development Department for the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, had a significant problem. During an audit of the department, it was discovered that current business processes were insufficient, and needed to be completely reengineered. Some of the problems uncovered were: Over 31 % of inspection visits were unproductive because the inspector could not gain ...


    By Computronix (U.S.A.), Inc.

  • The Story of POSSE Timeline - Case Study

    In 1993, the Planning & Development Department for the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, had a significant problem. During an audit of the department, it was discovered that current business processes were insufficient, and needed to be completely reengineered. A regulationcentric environment resulted in numerous inefficiencies: routine permissions took months to process and some permits and ...


    By Computronix (U.S.A.), Inc.

  • Understanding The Costs Of Any Tyre Pyrolysis Plant And Many Benefits

    Are you presently considering the purchase of a tyre pyrolysis plant/ You might be unsure if the cost will likely be overwhelming and if there is really any possibility of profit using this type of business venture. The truth is the fact there is never truly an assurance in any business. However, the chances of gaining a profit using a ...

  • Risk Assessment and Brownfields: Determining Exposure to Site Contaminants

    The USEPA’s Brownfields Program USEPA’s Brownfields Program was established to facilitate the rehabilitation of contaminated property for redevelopment. EPA has set forth criteria that must be met before a revitalized property can be used for residential, commercial or industrial purposes. The focus of these criteria is the long-term protection of residents, employees or ...

  • The role of monitoring in Natural Flood Management

    Flooding is a natural process, but it endangers lives and causes heavy economic loss.  Furthermore, flood risk is expected to increase with climate change and increased urbanisation, so a heavy responsibility lies with those that allocate funding and formulate flood management strategy. In the following article, Nigel Grimsley from OTT Hydromet explains how the success of such plans (both ...


    By OTT HydroMet

  • Flexible AISI 316 Stainless Steel Architecture Ferrule Cable Netting

    Flexible AISI 316 Stainless Steel Architecture Ferrule Cable Netting   Product description:   Ferrule mesh is of the same physical properties with the handwoven mesh, the only difference is in the combination style, the stainless wire rope are combined by the ferrules which are made of the ...

  • AISI 316 flexible stainless steel ferrule cable mesh

    AISI 316 flexible stainless steel ferrule wire cable netting Product description: Ferrule mesh is of the same physical properties with the handwoven mesh, the only difference is in the combination style, the stainless wire rope are combined by the ferrules which are made of the ...

  • Case Study – Lampson on Vit Plant Vessel Haul

    In 2019 Lampson partnered with Bechtel to plan and execute the heavy haul of a pair of vessels set to be delivered to the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant, or Vit Plant in Portland, Oregon & Richland, Washington, USA. The 40 foot tall vessels weighed 160 tons and required a barge, massive cranes and a heavy haul vehicle to transport. The two vessels were transported by barge up the ...


    By Lampson International LLC

  • Does reducing food waste also improve your bottom line?

    Food waste typically refers to food that has completed the food supply chain up to a final product, is of good quality and within the ‘use by’ date, but that still doesn’t get consumed. This will usually take place within the retail and consumption stages in the food supply chain. Reducing food waste and improving the management of its disposal can positively impact your company ...

  • Determination of anthropogenic pedo-geochemical backgrounds (FPGAs): the case of Toulouse Métropole - Case Study

    Urban soils hold the "memory" of cities; the geochemical quality of urban soils, to which the population is exposed, reflects its history: emissions since the industrial revolution, successive reconstructions on rubble, particularly following historical conflicts, etc. This is why we know little about the quality of these surface layers, made up of rubble of uncertain composition, even though it ...


    By BRGM

  • The Water Footprint of Beef

    While production of most meat is much more water-intensive than growing vegetables, until beef production goes down, there are ways the industry can increase water efficiency According to a 2019 report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), our food system accounts for approximately 33% of greenhouse gas emissions, and humanity’s ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Blue Pond Liner for Salt Pond in Chile

    Blue pond liner is the kind of blue high density polyethylene (HDPE) waterproof  material with basic raw material of high molecular polymer and produce with blow molding. The blue pond liner is also called HDPE pond liner or geomembrane pond ...

  • The menace of plastic. A worldwide plague.

    So shouldn’t everyone be more aware of the many environmental benefits that come with the incineration of plastic waste? It’s probably true to say that virtually everyone is now well aware of the risks that plastic, especially single-use plastic items such as bags, cups, bottles and drinking straws etc, pose to our planet.  In fact only today it has been reported that a dead ...

  • Bloodhound: Beyond the Speed of Sound

    During tests in South Africa, the Bloodhound supersonic car has reached its fastest speed to date, blasting to an incredible 628 mph. The unique pencil-shaped car, powered by a rocket engine and a jet engine, is designed to reach speeds of 1,050 mph. It is being continually developed with the aim of beating the current land speed record of 763 mph, achieved on 15th October 1997 by RAF pilot Andy ...


    By Sound Planning Limited

  • JSTOR: A History of Human Waste As Fertilizers

    In eighteenth-century Japan, human waste served a critical role in local agricultural production says JSTOR Daily. Their question in the recent article on sanitation history: can similar solutions help manage waste today? In the 1700s, Japanese community members saw human waste as a valuable substance for their crops and a viable tool for soil restoration and food security. It was so esteemed ...


    By SOIL Haiti

  • The Difference Between Rubber Shock Isolators and Rubber Vibration Dampening Mounts

    The shock absorber industry has developed a lot of shock absorber components. There are more and more rubber shock isolators on the market, and many consumers are picking on them. In the eyes of the layman, it is true that he does not know how to choose, or what the difference is between the names of one word. For example, the ...

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