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  • Leakwise Oil-on-Water Monitoring Systems Mitigate Tank Storage Leaks

    GE Analytical Instruments manufactures Leakwise Oil-on-Water Detection and Monitoring Systems for hydrocarbon tank storage applications. Leakwise offers various system configurations including a controller and sensor for wet and dry environments. Sensors installed in storm water sumps, retention tanks, or at the outlet of a floating tank roof provide on-line monitoring 24/7.Leakwise detectors may ...


    By GE Analytical Instruments

  • Pentair Closes $500 Million Senior Notes Offering

    Pentair, Inc. (NYSE: PNR), announced today that it had completed its previously announced public offering of $500 million principal amount senior notes due 2021 that bear interest at a rate of 5.000%.  The notes are fully and unconditionally guaranteed on a senior unsecured basis by certain of Pentair's subsidiaries. Pentair received approximately ...


    By Pentair, Inc.

  • CORRE Announces Closing of $750,000 Unit Offering

    TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 07/06/10 -- Canadian Oil Recovery and Remediation Enterprises Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: CVR) ("CORRE" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the closing of its previously announced private placement financing for aggregate gross proceeds of $750,000 of units (each a "Unit") at a price of $0.15 per Unit. Each unit consists of one common share of CORRE (a "Common ...


  • Early Detection of Tank Storage Leaks

    GE Analytical Instruments, a division of GE Water & Process Technologies, manufactures Leakwise Oil-on-Water Detection and Monitoring Systems for hydrocarbon tank storage applications. Leakwise offers a variety of system configurations consisting of a sensor and controller for wet and dry environments. Installation of sensors in sensitive locations like storm water sumps, retention tanks, ground ...


    By GE Analytical Instruments

  • Oil and Gas Wastewater Storage and Leaks

    A recent Associated Press analysis found that in oil- and gas-producing states, “more than 180 million gallons of wastewater spilled from 2009 to 2014 in incidents involving ruptured pipes, overflowing storage tanks, and even deliberate dumping.” Wastewater spills ...

  • EPA orders gas stations to close underground injection wells to protect drinking water sources on Yakama Reservation

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, has ordered two gas stations to close their underground injection wells to protect drinking water on the Yakama Indian Reservation in Washington. In separate settlements, the gas stations in Wapato and White Swan will pay $13,140 and $11,991 in federal penalties for violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Da Stor at Lillie’s Corner gas ...

  • Remarks by Ibrahim Thiaw, Deputy Executive Director, UNEP at the closing plenary of the Budapest water summit

    UNEP considers that the environment is key to ensuring a sustainable future not as a dimension above and beyond all others-but as an essential and integrated ingredient in the mix needed for truly transformational aims and aspirations of the post 2015 process. Ministers, Excellences, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, Thank you for inviting me to address the closing ...

  • World’s 1st medium pressure, closed vessel UV systems to gain Californian Dept of Public Health approval for wastewater reuse

    Aquionics' UV disinfection systems are the first closed vessel, medium pressure systems in the world to be validated for wastewater reuse applications in accordance with AwwaRF/NWRI* guidelines. Having undergone third party validation testing by Carollo Engineers, they have now been formally approved for post-filtration and reverse osmosis applications by the California Department of Public ...


    By Aquionics Inc

  • World’s first medium pressure, closed Vessel UV systems to gain formal approval for wastewater reuse

    Berson's InLine+ medium pressure, closed vessel UV systems are the first in the world to gain formal approval for wastewater reuse applications. Having undergone extensive third party testing by Carollo Engineers in the USA, they have been formally approved for post-filtration and reverse osmosis applications by the California Department of Public Health (Title-22 validation) and are now ...

  • World’s first medium pressure, closed vessel UV systems to gain formal approval for wastewater reuse

    Berson's InLine+ medium pressure, closed vessel UV systems are the first in the world to gain formal approval for wastewater reuse applications. Having undergone extensive third party testing by Carollo Engineers in the USA, they have been formally approved for post-filtration and reverse osmosis applications by the California Department of Public Health (Title-22 validation) and are now ...


    By Aquionics Inc

  • Water Bags: Collapsible water container for water shortages

    Water Bags were developed to solve problems of water distribution during emergency situation. The bags are small and light and therefore easy for transportation. Once on the spot, the water bags allow fast distribution of treated water in safe and durable plastic containers. In addition, the water bags close the circle starting from water pumping, water treatment on the spot and finally safe ...


    By Trunz Water Systems AG

  • Ultrapure Water System Market To Reach $4.8 Billion In 2010

    The world market for equipment and services to produce ultrapure water for the power, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, and other industries worldwide will rise from $3.6 billion this year to $4.8 billion in 2010 according to the latest forecast in the online, Ultrapure Water World Markets, published by the McIlvaine Company. The market peaked in 2000 and then dropped precipitously due to the ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • EPA Puts GWA on Notice for Drinking Water System Deficiencies

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a letter and inspection report to the Guam Waterworks Authority (GWA) identifying numerous deficiencies in the utility’s drinking water supply systems uncovered in a May 2012 inspection and sanitary survey conducted by EPA. While the systems’ deficiencies do not pose an immediate health threat, EPA’s inspection revealed a pattern ...

  • Goodman oil agrees to pay over $171,000 for storage tank violations at gas stations across Idaho (ID)

    Goodman Oil Company and Goodman Oil Company of Lewiston will pay a $171,091 fine for a series of fuel storage tank violations at former gas stations across Idaho under a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice.  The settlement, approved by the federal court in Boise, Idaho on October 1, covers a range of violations beginning as early as ...

  • United Water Renews Contract with Village of Bensenville, IL to Operate Wastewater System

    United Water, one of the largest water services providers in the nation, has reached an agreement with Village of Bensenville, Illinois, to extend its agreement to operate, maintain and manage the Village’s wastewater treatment system for the next two years. Since 2004, when United Water began managing the contract, United Water has developed best-in-class ...

  • CONSOL Energy, VCCER Announce Research Project Aimed at Identifying Coal Seam Carbon Storage Alternatives

     CONSOL Energy (NYSE: CNX) and the Virginia Center for Coal and Energy Research (VCCER) at Virginia Tech announced today their collaborative efforts on a research project to be conducted in Buchanan County, Va., with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL). The project is one of the carbon storage alternatives being explored by the NETL and ...


    By CONSOL Energy Inc.

  • New Orleans Cold Storage Deploys Digital Lumens in Newly Constructed Port Facility

    Digital Lumens today announced that New Orleans Cold Storage, the oldest cold storage company in North America, is illuminating its newest facility with the Digital Lumens Intelligent Lighting System. The flagship cold storage warehouse was unveiled today at a ceremony in New Orleans attended by ...


  • Measuring water from space

    Observations from satellites now allow scientists to monitor changes to water levels in the sea, in rivers and lakes, in ice sheets and even under the ground. As the climate changes, this information will be crucial for monitoring its effects and predicting future impacts in different regions. Sea level rise in one of the major consequences of global warming, but it is much more difficult to ...


    By European Science Foundation

  • India`s water crisis

    Former business and environmental journalist Nitya Jacob has undertaken an unusual task - an ecological travelogue across the Indian subcontinent focused on water. The Delhi-based writer's findings are stark. After writing a book on the subject, he says that in spite of surplus water, and one of the world's richest traditions of managing it, India's water crisis has reached critical levels. ...

  • Challenges in soil and water conservation

    Productive soils and clean water are essential elements for economic and social prosperity and environmental sustainability. Throughout history, civilizations have thrived or collapsed based on the availability of these vital resources. The lack of arable land and evidence of soil degradation have been identified as causes for the fall of many ancient civilizations, such as those in Mesopotamia, ...

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