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  • Bedford pumps newsletter February 2011

    Bedford Pumps Ltd. in collaboration with Morgan Farrans jv, recently contributed to the success of one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Northern Ireland with the installation of six 15 tonne Storm Water pumps. The pumps, among the largest in Northern Ireland, are a crucial part of Northern Ireland Water’s £160 million Belfast Sewers project, commissioned to overhaul the ...


    By Bedford Pumps Ltd

  • Milford, N.H. gas station to pay nearly $50K for Oil spill violations (NH)

    The owner and the operator of a gas station in Milford, N.H., have agreed to pay $49,000 to settle EPA claims that they violated federal Clean Water laws regulating preparedness for oil spills, under the terms of a settlement with EPA. Draper Energy, which owned the Snack Corner Mobil Station, and Energy North Inc., which operated the service station, failed to put in place a spill prevention ...

  • Smith & Loveless Displays Water Infrastructure for U.S. Military at SAME`s 2018 JETC Booth #825

    Smith & Loveless invites water industry media to their own backyard for the Society of American Engineers' (SAME) Joint Engineering Training Conference (JETC) May 23-25, at Booth #825 at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, MO. With more than 70 years of experience as a leader in pre-engineered wastewater pumping and treatment systems, Smith & Loveless offers a complete ...


    By Smith & Loveless Inc.

  • Study sees little dust risk for subway workers

    New York subway commuters may worry more about rats and rising fares than dust floating through the system, but for the workers who spend their whole shift below ground, air quality has long been a concern. Results from a new pilot study using miniaturized air samplers to look at steel dust exposure may help them breathe easier. Steel dust, produced as thousands of train wheels roll through the ...

  • With the energy of water and the sun

    The lack of clean water and effluent disposal in many developing countries has moved into the focus of public attention in recent years. This is why the United Nations has declared the decade from 2005 to 2015 to be the "International Decade for Action Water for Life". Since 2012 a TiSUN solar system has supported the ground-breaking project of the "LooWatt" toilet, which guarantees an energy ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

  • EPA awards over $12.1 million to Guam for environmental protection

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is awarding over $12.1 million to Guam for environmental protection work to continue its efforts to protect human health and the environment. “EPA’s support enables Guam to advance its environmental goals,” said Jared Blumenfeld, EPA’s Regional Administrator for the Pacific Southwest. “Much of this year’s funding will go ...

  • Anua’s New Compact Mónashell Enhanced Biotrickling Biofiltration System Takes Out Odors

    Anua’s New Compact Mónashell Enhanced Biotrickling Biofiltration System Takes Out Odors   Environmentally friendly, renewable shell-based system controls hydrogen sulfide from lift ...

  • DESMI helicopter fuelling steps up the pace

    Pumping solutions specialist DESMI demonstrates what being the market leader in maritime helicopter fuelling systems really means. Pump manufacturer DESMI’s Steve Godwin is looking very pleased. He’s standing on the deck of a naval ship, monitoring events closely as a helicopter hangs in the air just metres off the vessel’s port side, swaying gently in the relatively light ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • New Jersey Lt. Gov. Toasts New Water Treatment Plant in Millburn

    At the groundbreaking for New Jersey American Water’s new water treatment plant in Millburn, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno told the audience she wanted the plant’s first glass of water. Nearly two years later, Lt. Gov. Guadagno drank that glass of water as the company ceremoniously opened the $78 million facility on JFK Boulevard. Guadagno along with New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) ...


    By American Water

  • EPA recognizes broward county, Fl., for transforming former landfill into a park (FL)

    At a ceremony this morning, EPA honored Broward County, Fl., with the EPA Region 4 Excellence in Site Reuse award for redeveloping the former Davie Landfill Superfund site, once referred to by some as "Mount Trashmore," into the Vista View Park. This is only the second award of its type to be awarded by EPA for site reuse in Florida. Broward County saw the potential for the site of the former ...

  • Tanker fire shuts down I-75, collapses nine mile bridge

    A two-mile stretch of Interstate 75 just north of Detroit remains closed as authorities investigate a fuel tanker explosion and overpass collapse. Police say I-75 in both directions is indefinitely closed between Interstate 696 and 8 Mile Road. Drivers are being encouraged to use Woodward Avenue as an alternate route. The tanker crashed and exploded on Wednesday, injuring three people and ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • PWA: A Strong Choice for Screening Assessment of Metallic Pipelines

    As pipelines across North America age and begin to reach their end-of-life cycles, utilities are faced with the task of assessing their network and determining the best course of action for maintaining reliable, efficient and sustainable levels of service. The task of selecting pipes for inspection, rehabilitation or replacement can be overwhelming. For the majority of metallic ...

  • BAS begins monitoring waters under largest ice shelf in Antarctica

    It was 1914 when the famed British explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton advertised for crew to attempt the first trans-continental crossing of Antarctica. “Small wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful,” he wrote. A hundred years later, some things haven’t changed—and many things have. In spite of its bitter cold and long ...


    By RBR Ltd.

  • First Steps on the Hard Road to Environmental Restoration

    Untitled Document BATON ROUGE, Louisiana, September 12, 2005 (ENS) - The total environmental impact of the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina on August 29 is still unknown, but it is currently being evaluated ...

  • Hanford tank may be leaking waste into soil

    An underground tank holding some of the worst radioactive waste at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site might be leaking into the soil. The U.S. Energy Department said workers at Washington state's Hanford Nuclear Reservation detected higher radioactivity levels under tank AY-102 during a routine inspection Thursday. Spokeswoman Lori ...


    By Associated Press

  • Major industries link with green groups in search of quick fix for global warming

    In response to a relentless stream of bad news about global warming, a cluster of major industries has formed a loose partnership with big environmental groups, prestigious universities, philanthropic foundations, and the U.S. federal government - all promoting a technical quick-fix for global warming called carbon sequestration. Carbon sequestration is a plan to capture and bury as much as 10 ...

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