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  • Portable tank group donates fire fighting equipment

    Sebastian, FL--Need fire fighting equipment? The Florida Fire Chief’s Association hosted a silent auction to fund-raise and give back to volunteer firefighters, like the Five Points Volunteer Fire Department of Washington County, FL. Portable Tank Group of Sebastian, FL donated a folding frame tank for the auction and was happy to see Five Points have the winning bid. Frame Tanks are most ...


    By Portable Tank Group, Inc.

  • London fire brigade leads climate change fight

    The London Fire Brigade was rewarded for its efforts to fight climate change as it came top in the Sustainable City Awards, scooping the main trophy as well as the sustainable procurement award. Four London fire stations are already equipped with solar panels or wind turbines and the organisation is running on 100% green electricity from suppliers n-power and Scottish & Southern. With other ...

  • Oil refinery secured with largest fire fighting system from Grundfos

    After one of the most challenging projects ever handled by Grundfos, 10 enormous fire pumps have now shipped to an Oil Refining company in Abu Dhabi. One of the world’s largest engineering, procurement and construction companies, Samsung Engineering in Korea, chose in 2010 Grundfos as the supplier of 10 vertical fire pumps, which were a part of the expansion of Abu Dhabi Oil ...


    By Grundfos

  • SEACOR Response to Provide Fire Fighting Support Services to Oil Pipelines in the Country of Georgia

    SEACOR Response Ltd., a global leader in emergency preparedness and response solutions, announced today that it will provide fire fighting support services to the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) and Baku-Supsa oil pipelines in the country of Georgia, which are operated by BP Exploration Caspian Sea Ltd on behalf of its oil and gas co-venturers in BTC Co. and Georgian Pipeline companies, respectively. ...


    By Marketwire

  • 60 fire stations in the US will be equipped with Nederman systems

    Nederman US has received an order from the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for approximately 13 MSEK. A total of 60 fire stations throughout Philadelphia will be equipped with Nederman Magna exhaust systems.  The Magna system is especially developed to collect and filter diesel exhaust fumes at the fire stations. Krister Johnsson, responsible for Nederman North America: - The authority ...


  • Hundreds of New Coal-fired Ethanol Plants Will Create a Huge Equipment Market

    The U.S. is following the lead of Brazil and is building hundreds of ethanol plants with the goal of substituting this home grown product for gasoline. While the first plants were built with gas-fired boilers, new plants are likely to use coal-fired steam generators. Some are already operating and others are in construction. The impact of the ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Husky equipment donated for Raffle

    On April 6th and 7th, The Valley Shore Mutual Aid Association presented "Rural Water Supply Operations Seminar: Moving Big Water with No Fire Hydrants" in Killingworth, Connecticut. Husky donated two 2,100 gallon folding frame tanks for the equipment raffle, which was held at the end of Saturday's session. Firematic, one of Husky's dealers, also donated equipment for the raffle. Mark Davis, ...


    By Husky Portable Containment

  • Used Construction Equipment Available

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  • Join us the fight For Breast Cancer

    Toro Equipment fights breast cancer. #SÚMATEALROSA and remember, Heeding Advance Warning Can Save Your ...


    By Toro Equipment S.L.

  • Powering the Fight Against Malaria & Aids

    Integrated Medical Industries Limited (IMIL), a Nigerian medical equipment maker, has contracted with Clarke Energy to install a captive power plant on the front line of the battle against malaria and aids. Double first: The manufacturing plant is the first World Health Organization (WHO) Performance Quality Safety (PQS) pre-qualified plant in Western ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • EPA Settlement Requires Biddeford, Maine Company to Buy Emergency Response Equipment for Local Fire Department

    An EPA settlement with a Biddeford, Maine manufacturer for the company’s alleged failure to file required toxic inventory information requires the company to provide local emergency responders with $13,240 of equipment that will help firefighters to better protect local residents in emergencies. Under the settlement, Fiber Materials Inc. will also pay a $6,935 penalty, settling EPA claims ...

  • OSHA cites Georgia wood products manufacturer for exposing workers to fire, amputation and unprotected equipment hazards

    Employer name: K.W. McAvoy & Son Inc. Inspection site: 3500 Greensboro Road, Washington, Georgia 30673 Date investigation initiated: OSHA initiated the investigation on Nov. 5, 2014, after the agency received a complaint related to safety and health hazards at the facility. Investigation ...

  • Coal-fired Power and Ethanol Replace Oil and Gas as the Big Process Equipment Markets

    This new century arrived along with a huge market for gas turbine systems and all the components as Europe and the U.S. chose this route to solve their energy problems.  At the same time the future for refining and oil and gas exploration looked bright for at least the next several decades. Just six years later, the picture has dramatically changed.  In fact suppliers of pumps, valves, ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • $14 billion market for FGD equipment and consumables

    Revenues for equipment, repair parts and consumables to remove SO2 from power plant stacks around the world will increase to over $14 billion in 2011 up from $13.2 billion in 2010. This is the forecast in the McIlvaine online report FGD Markets and Strategies. www.mcilvainecompany.com Fifty percent of the expenditures will be for ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Daimer Ships Steam Cleaners to Fight Salmonella in Restaurants

    U.S.A – October 4, 2012 – Daimer Industries, Inc.®, the industry-leading supplier of commercial and industrial steam cleaner machines, has launched commercial steam cleaner systems with its patent-pending ATIS® (Advanced Thermal Ionic Sanitization®) technology to help reduce serious health problems frequently arising within the food service industry. The unique ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Humidity control equipment shows boost in residential market

    The North American residential humidity control market gets major boost as homeowners increasingly realize this equipment's role in staving off ailments such as sore throats, dry nasal passages, eye irritation, allergies, bronchitis and asthma. Homeowners also gradually invest in humidity control equipment to protect expensive furnishing, artwork, musical instruments, hardwood floors and molding. ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Big Shift In Process Equipment Markets In The U.S.

    The market for process equipment, instrumentation, and services will slow in the traditionally strong regions of the South East, South Central and Pacific Regions.  Instead, the growth will be in the Midwest, North Central and Western regions.  This is the prediction resulting from findings in four McIlvaine publications including, World Market for Your Products, North ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Media is part of the fight against climate change

    This policy brief, published by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), examines how policymakers can strengthen the capacity of journalists to report on climate change. The policy brief is based on the premises ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Evacuation equipment is resistant against hospital bacteria

    Did you know that people with low immunity are more susceptible to hospital bacteria? They are so susceptible that this results in fatalities every year. Probably more than you expect. According to the Belgian Scientific Institute of Public Health (WIV-ISP), 8 people A DAY die from a deadly infection which they contract at the hospital. ...


    By Tetcon

  • NGOs Join California Fight Against Polluting Ships

    SACRAMENTO, California (ENS) - The Natural Resources Defense Council, NRDC, and the Coalition for Clean Air have decided to join an ongoing legal battle to defend a state regulation limiting air pollution caused by ships docking at California’s ports. The organizations last week petitioned the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California to intervene for the defense ...

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