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  • IQ valve actuation upgrades assist Thames Water’s Beckton improvements

    Thames Water Beckton is one of Europe’s largest sewage treatment works, serving 3.5 million people in the area of east London.  A £190 million improvement project is underway at the site that will enable it to treat up to 60% more sewage and fully treat increased flows during heavy rainfall.  The result will improve the quality of the River Thames and also allow for a 10% ...


    By Rotork

  • Mobile RM system produces CE certified final grain

    In a series of extensive tests, the Austrian RUBBLE MASTER sales subsidiary has confirmed the high grade of classified grain types in the processing of reject gravel, which can be obtained cost-effectively only with a RUBBLE MASTER machine combination.The mobile RUBBLE MASTER system comprising the RM100 impact crusher and OS100 oversize grain separator with refeeding produces certified matrix ...


    By RUBBLE MASTER HMH GmbH

  • Process optimisation by Real-Time Control at Taunton STW

    Wessex Water is investing around £20m at Taunton (Ham) sewage treatment works to improve the facilities for wastewater and sludge treatment in a project that is due for completion by the end of March 2015. The upgrade to the works under the DWF Improvements Scheme will increase the site’s treatment capacity whilst also improving the efficiency and quality of the treatment process, ...


  • Opportunity green business conference showcases 25 innovative green business entrepreneurs

    The Opportunity Green Business Conference, the preeminent sustainability forum facilitating exchange of ideas and sustainable business solutions, brought together over 900 Fortune 500 business leaders and entrepreneurs from around the globe to showcase the most sought-after opportunities, profound innovations, technologies and trends accelerating the new green economy through an exchange of ideas ...

  • Rich Panoply of Giving Marks Third Clinton Global Initiative

    NEW YORK, New York, October 1, 2007 (ENS) - When the formal portion of the third annual Clinton Global Initiative closed in New York on Friday, former President Bill Clinton announced that participants' commitments will result in 170 million acres of forest protected or restored, plus millions of people with better access to health care, sustainable incomes, and education.'Giving,' the ...

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