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  • Emissions regulations theme for MCERTS 2011

    MCERTS 2011 has moved to the Telford International Centre and will take place on 30th and 31st March. The new location will accommodate growth in demand for the latest information on the regulations, techniques, standards and technologies that relate to emissions monitoring and gas detection. The event's visitors will be provided with help and advice across a broad range of subjects including the ...

  • Toxins leaking from 2nd pipe at NC coal ash dump

    North Carolina officials said Tuesday that groundwater containing unsafe levels of arsenic apparently leaching from a Duke Energy coal ash dump is still pouring into the Dan River, which is already contaminated from a massive Feb. 2 spill. The state Department of Environment and Natural Resources ordered Duke to stop the flow of ...


    By Associated Press

  • Gold Series® Cartridge Dust Collector Offered With Integrated HEPA Safety Monitoring Filter

    Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control (APC) now offers its Gold Series® cartridge dust collector with an optional integrated HEPA safety monitoring filter. Mounted on top of the collector so that no additional floor space is required, this after-filter prevents collected dust from re-entering the workspace if there should be a leak in the dust collector's primary filtering system. It is a ...


  • PCME meets environmental requirements & reduces on-going cost of quality assurance activities

    PCME’s proven experience as a global technology leader in the supply of Particulate Emission Monitoring Systems to the Cement Industry, lead to the development of a range of robust MACT compliant bag leak detectors. Fully satisfying the EPA guidance procedure for fabric filter bag leak detection, the DT990 also reduces the on-going cost of quality assurance activities. Importantly, for total ...


    By PCME Ltd

  • Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., to pay $300,000 civil penalty for clean air act violations at St. Joseph, Mo., Facility

    Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., (BIV), has agreed to pay a $300,000 civil penalty to the United States to settle a series of alleged violations of the federal Clean Air Act at its veterinary health products facility in St. Joseph, Mo. According to a civil complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Mo., BIV’s St. Joseph plant allegedly violated sections of the Clean Air Act ...

  • Radioactive material found in groundwater below nuke plant

    An apparent overflow at a nuclear power plant north of New York City spilled highly radioactive water into an underground monitoring well, but nuclear regulators said the public isn't at risk. Officials at the Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan, 40 miles north of Manhattan, reported on Friday that water contaminated by tritium leaked into ...


    By Associated Press

  • US EPA takes action against company for improperly managing hazardous waste

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has fined Frontier Aluminum, an aluminum extrusions manufacturer, $36,500 for failing to comply with federal hazardous waste management regulations at two of its facilities located in Corona, Calif. The EPA inspected the Frontier Aluminum facilities on May 21, 2008, and found that the company violated the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act by engaging ...

  • Toxic Water Splashes 6 in Japan Nuke Plant Mishap

    Six workers at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant have been accidentally doused with highly radioactive water, the plant operator said Wednesday, adding to a growing list of mishaps that are shaking confidence in the utility's ability to handle the crisis. The workers removed the wrong pipe from equipment at the plant, sending toxic water ...


    By Associated Press

  • Unique Engine Analysis System Now Offered

    Environnement SA (France) now offer heated, turnkey, gas analysis systems which are very easy to use and perform fast, continuous and simultaneous measurement of NH3 and NOx in DeNOx applications. These systems are ideal for engines where SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) or SNCR (Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction) have been implemented. In DeNOx systems using urea injection with ammonia (NH3) ...


    By Environnement S.A

  • Kavlico`s P356 designed for low pressure measurements

    Kavlico, a global business unit of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) has designed the P356 low pressure gage/differential pressure sensor for applications requiring long-term stability and an operational life in excess of ten years.Typical applications include:* Pneumatic controls* Filter monitoring* Tank level* Leak detectionAvailable in pressure ranges of 0–0.5, 0–1, ±1, 0–3, ...


    By InnoVista Sensors

  • Allweiler pumps for environmental compatibility and a clean engine room

    Allweiler will present innovative pump sealing technology at the Norshipping trade fair (stand C02-12). Screw pumps made by Allweiler AG are now available with a new opto-electronic module for clean and secure operation. Known as 'ALLSEAL”, this intelligent technology provides safety against uncontrolled leaks and detects wear of the mechanical seal as soon as it begins. The result is an ...


    By ALLWEILER GmbH

  • Mold causes lung infections in Washington twins

    An article last week in the Peninsula Daily News described two seven month old twins who have been battling respiratory problems that “doctors say was contracted through exposure to black mold in a Port Townsend rental home.” The children have been at an area children’s hospital since last December.LA Testing, an affiliate of EMSL Analytical and a leading indoor air quality testing laboratory, ...


  • Tips for preventing mold allergies

    Allergies affect millions of Americans across the country. Many of these allergy sufferers are allergic to mold, both from indoor and outdoor environments. Mold allergies can cause a host of symptoms for those with allergic reactions, not to mention it can also be a trigger for those suffering from asthma. These symptoms can include watery eyes, congestion, itchy nose, sneezing, coughing and even ...


  • PVC manufacturers agree to reduce air pollutants and strengthen control of hazardous wastes

    Shintech, Inc. and its subsidiary K-Bin, Inc., have agreed in a settlement announced this week by the Justice Department and EPA to spend US$4.8 million to comply with the Clean Air Act and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) at their manufacturing facilities in Freeport, Texas. The companies’ actions will reduce harmful chlorofluorocarbon emissions and improve hazardous waste ...

  • Smart Sponge Technology Getting Smarter and More Advanced

    The Smart Sponge technology is at the heart of AbTech Industries product innovation. The unique molecular structure is based on innovative polymer technologies that are chemically selective to hydrocarbons and can reduce bacteria levels and also decrease heavy metals. Smart Sponge fully encapsulates recovered oil, resulting in a substantially more effective response that prevents absorbed oil ...


    By AbTech Industries Inc

  • The Smart Sponge Technology

    AbTech’s Smart Sponge technology is at the heart of its product innovation. Its unique molecular structure is based on innovative polymer technologies that are chemically selective to hydrocarbons and can reduce bacteria levels. Smart Sponge fully encapsulates recovered oil, resulting in a substantially more effective response that prevents absorbed oil from leaching. It is also capable of ...


    By AbTech Industries Inc

  • North Carolina river turns to gray sludge after coal ash spill

    Canoe guide Brian Williams dipped his paddle downstream from where thousands of tons of coal ash has been spewing for days into the Dan River, turning the wooden blade flat to bring up a lump of gray sludge. On the riverbank, hundreds of workers at a Duke Energy power plant in North Carolina scrambled to plug a hole in a pipe at the bottom of a 27-acre pond where the toxic ash was stored. ...


    By Associated Press

  • Tests show different arsenic levels in North California spill

    The nation's largest electricity provider, state regulators and an environmental group issued differing data Thursday about the levels of toxins detected in a North Carolina river following a massive spill of coal ash. Test results released by the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Duke Energy showed arsenic and ...


    By Associated Press

  • Duke plans to dredge river as coal ash deal dumped

    Duke Energy said Tuesday it plans to begin dredging coal ash out of a North Carolina river as the state's environmental agency moved to scuttle a previously proposed settlement with the company over pollution leaking from waste dumps at its power plants. Lawyers for the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources asked a judge ...


    By Associated Press

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