Health & Safety Articles

  • How Has GWT Helped Industrial and Municipal Organization to Implement UV Light Disinfection To Treat Their Water Streams?

    Whether its for municipalities, industries, or commercial facilities, water and wastewater treatment regulations are consistently changing, as new pollutants and contaminants are discovered and researched. For example, pathogenic microorganisms have been studied for their effects on human health, their points of origin and reach, and the ways they can be dealt with for well over a century. On top ...

  • Smart hygienic waste solution keeps your hands clean

    In the light of the COVID-19 situation, cleanliness – to uphold high standards of hygiene and reduce the risk of infection – is naturally at the center of everyone’s attention, the topic in many conversations and definitely at the top of the agenda for the management of public places. When running a business, it is a great responsibility to prevent transmission and provide a ...


    By Orwak AB

  • In-process management of hazardous waste cuts costs

    Innovation from econ industries enables risk-free and cost-efficient in-process management of hazardous waste for industry. Traditionally, management of industrial waste is a four-stage process: (1) storage at source; (2) evaluation of waste disposal options; (3) collection and transportation; and (4) treatment and disposal or recycling. PyroPlas is an advanced technological solution for ...

  • A new solution for biosolids (sewage sludge)

    It’s becoming increasingly difficult to dispose of biosolids (sewage sludge) in a safe and cost-effective way. The Dryclone® Air Drying System offers an efficient, safe, and low-cost solution that’s aligned with the future of biosolids usage. The Dryclone efficiently removes moisture content from biosolids, reducing ...


    By Recycling Equipment Canada

  • Mining Emissions Effectively Monitored with Micro Pulse LiDAR Technology

    Mining operations include blasting, excavating, scraping, and sifting large amounts of dirt. These activities create dust and other emissions that are transported by air currents to surrounding areas. It is easy to say that dangerous particulate matter (PM) generated by mining should be monitored and kept to a minimum; however, it is very challenging to measure the levels of contaminants in the ...

  • What Are Micro Switches Used For?

    Before getting the best from a micro switch, it is important you understand what it can actually be used for. In other words, it is crucial to know what these electrical switches have been designed to accomplish. This is probably where most people get it wrong as they don’t even know what micro switches are meant for. If you are building an electrical project, ...

  • The Value and Importance of Testing

    The primary mission of Flow Sciences is to contain hazardous materials. We maintain a laboratory for containment performance verification, relevant standard testing, and product development.  We test every unique enclosure that is manufactured for reliable performance.  Merck has chosen many times with us to verify containment performance further ...


    By Flow Sciences Inc

  • Cape Cod Gutter Monkeys: A Customer Success Story

    Every Great Business Has A Great Story! One thing that successful small businesses share is a great story.  Often times, it involves seeing a need gap and providing a unique product or service to fill it. The story behind locally owned and operated Cape Cod Gutter Monkeys, based in Mashpee, MA, is no ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • The Advent of Liquid Filtration in the Chemical Industry!

    Chemical Filtration is the process of deep filtration that removes particulates, haze, salts, free water, and precipitates. The filtration equipment for such a process is comparatively low maintenance. This equipment is self-cleaning and they are widely used for filtering liquid chemicals. The chemical products like calcium carbonate and titanium dioxide are the most widespread filtrate that is ...


    By Filter Concept Pvt. Ltd.

  • Micro Switches and their Usage: What are their Applications?

    WHAT IS A MICRO SWITCH AND WHY USE IT? A micro switch is officially called as a miniature snap-action switch. It is a switch that is operated by a very little amount of force. It can be seen in usage in home appliances and security systems and in the architecture of major appliances.  Micro switches don’t cost much and hence, expenditure on them is very little. ...

  • The Food Waste Landscape During and Post-Covid-19

    The current Coronavirus pandemic continues to throw a raft of challenges – and opportunities – at businesses, both in and out of the environmental sector. From adapting their provision to support the healthcare system – by setting up 3D-printing facilities – to completely pivoting and taking more of their services online, companies in waste, hospitality, education, retail ...


    By Tidy Planet Limited

  • CETO 5 - Perth (WA) Project

    The Perth Project was the first demonstration of a complete grid-connected CETO system anywhere in the world, the only wave project to consist of three units operating together in an array and the only wave project globally to produce both power and freshwater. The Project produced power and freshwater for the Australian Department of Defence to supply Australia’s largest ...


    By Carnegie Clean Energy

  • COVID-19 Update: The Virus and the Vaccine?

    Flatten the curve is a term we’ve become all too familiar with in the past few months, and some countries have done better than others in that regard. On Jan. 1, the World Health Organization asked China for information on a cluster of unusual ...


    By Sphera

  • Predicting the impact of keeping a distance at security divestment

    As travel restrictions are slowly eased and airlines start to offer more regular connections, airports are looking for ways how to implement improved hygiene standards and social distancing guidance throughout the passenger journey without compromising security, efficiency or profitability. Achieving this is likely to be a key factor in gaining a competitive advantage in the recovery phase. ...


    By Smiths Detection Inc.

  • 5 Strategies for Upskilling to Fight Skill Gaps Effectively

    The disruptive notion of technological advancements has led to many transformations in the business landscape, including some disturbances like skill gaps. It emerged as a challenge for organizations to get their employees trained on requisite skills such as problem-solving, communication, new technologies, and much more. Why is this a challenge? There are two reasons behind it. ...


    By Qualityze Inc

  • Pellet Making Machine Animal Nutrient Requirements

    Poultry diets must be formulated to provide all of the animal’s nutrient requirements if optimum growth and production are to be achieved. Pellet making machine can make poultry feed pellets, Zhengzhou Fusmar machinery is a professional feed pellet machine manufacturer. Animal Nutrient ...

  • A Guide to Fuel Transfer and Fuel Storage on Construction Sites: OSHA Requirements

    Storing fuel on-site is a convenient option but there are specific requirements and regulations that you are required by law to follow regarding fuel storage on construction sites. Risks significantly increase when you incorrectly store and transfer fuel. It’s a fire hazard and could result in property damage, injury, or fatalities. ...

  • Three Predictions for the New Normal

    As restaurants and retailers begin reopening across the country, we have been reflecting on how our “new normal” in a pandemic-wary world will change the ways in which our food service and retail customers act.  For our typical users, who are focused on facilities maintenance, energy consumption, or food safety and product quality, three themes are surfacing: Less tolerance for ...


    By Powerhouse Dynamics

  • Case Study: SCR System for Ammonia Removal at Ethanol Producer

    Catalytic Products International (CPI) installed an 18,000 SCFM CONCORD Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for the abatement of Ammonia (NH3), Volatile Organic Compound (VOC), and Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) at a Midwest USA cellulosic ethanol producer. Ethanol is a renewable fuel made from various plant materials collectively know as "biomass", which ...

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