ground-gas News

  • Active Mountaintop Gas Station Remediation Site

    The geology of the area is fractured bedrock and the gasoline and MTBE contamination traveled through the fractures and impacted several nearby drinking wells. The consultant conducted a multiple day test at the site. MAE2 used this data to design a system that would prevent the contamination from moving off site and eliminate the source area. This meant the system would need to operate a large ...

  • E6000 Hand-Held Industrial Gas Analyzer with Up to 6 Gas Sensors Support x Zendes

    Innovative Hand-Held Industrial Combustion Gas and Emissions Analyzer Measure Up To SIX Gases Simultaneously Built-in Printer & Full COLOR Graphic Display Automatic Data Saving & Expanded Internal Memory Bluetooth Wireless Communication & Software The E6000 Includes: Up To SIX Gas Sensors: ...

  • Best Practices for Oil & Gas in Houston: Focusing on the Digital Future

    Oil and gas companies will be gathering at The Woodlands, Texas, for this year's Best Practices for Oil & Gas from 16 to 18 October 2017 to discuss the innovations available to help companies improve their processes and grow their businesses. One of the key questions on the agenda will be how the digital transformation can help make ...


    By Implico Group

  • INNOVA Global expands global reach by acquiring Braden

    INNOVA Global Ltd. (INNOVA), an international leader in emissions and noise control, announced today that it has acquired the shares of the multinational gas turbine auxiliary equipment specialist, Braden, from Global Power Equipment Group. The acquisition includes Braden Manufacturing LLC (BUSA) in Tulsa, Consolidated Fabricators (CFI) in Auburn, Massachusetts and Braden-Europe (BEUR) located in ...


    By Innova Global Limited.

  • TOMRA Collection leader: “We have never seen as many opportunities as we do now”

    We met a leader with clear thoughts on the company’s path, and – with over 13 years’ experience in the TOMRA Collection Solutions business unit – Harald Henriksen is highly focused on the company’s long-term strategy and initiatives toward new technologies. The reverse vending giant – which was started by entrepreneur brothers Tore and Petter Planke – ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Specialist recycler aims to ‘plug’ market gap

    UK Plug Recycling – a young venture which aims to further prevent the amount of electrical waste being landfilled – is one step closer to achieving its vision. The Hampshire headquartered organisation has installed an UNTHA RS40 hard drive shredder to tackle plugs, sockets, small pieces of WEEE and other secure product destruction. Capable of processing these ‘wastes’ down ...


    By UNTHA UK LTD

  • New class of VOC sensors

    Alphasense has launched a new sensor for the measurement of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). The new p-type Metal Oxide sensor is a broadband total VOC detector with a range of 0 to 100 ppm (isobutylene) and 10-50 ppb detection limit, depending on the VOC. “This new class of metal oxide sensor will complement our existing range, which also includes PIDs, offering a lower cost alternative ...


    By Alphasense

  • MEMS-based thermal mass flow technology with PROFINET network

    Axetris mass flow controllers will soon be available with the PROFINET interface – one of the most well-established Ethernet-based industrial interfaces today. This will allow easy integration of Axetris MFCs in industrial networks for applications such as thin film coating. Helping utilize technology benefits better The advantages of ...


    By Kurita

  • A new way to harness wasted methane

    Original story at MIT News Methane gas, a vast natural resource, is often disposed of through burning, but new research by scientists at MIT could make it easier to capture this gas for use as fuel or a chemical feedstock. Many oil wells burn off methane — the largest component of natural gas — in a process ...

  • Improving air quality in European cities will bring major health benefits

    Most people living in European cities are exposed to poor air quality. Latest estimates by the European Environment Agency (EEA), released today, show that fine particulate matter continues to cause the premature death of more than 400 000 Europeans annually. Road transport, agriculture, power plants, industry and households are the biggest emitters of air pollutants in Europe. The ...

  • Breaking New Ground in Gas Detection

    Gas detection specialist Crowcon today celebrated the official ground breaking for its new 40,000 square foot facility at the prestigious Milton Park in Didcot, UK. Having outgrown its current headquarters location in Abingdon, the Milton Park facility will house all existing functions as well as provide extensive customer training and product ...

  • Guidance on earthing, grounding and bonding in the oil and gas industry

    The Energy Institute (EI) Humber branch held its first event of the year at Total Lindsey Oil Refinery Ltd. The presentation was given by branch committee member, Ian Neve, Head of Control & Power, LOR and covered the EI draft guidance on earthing, grounding and bonding in the oil and gas industry, due to be issued later this year. There was good discussion and feedback during and after the ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • Continuous Ground Gas Monitoring Technical Article

    It is almost inevitable in the initial phases of a construction sites development, that a Ground Gas risk assessment process is required by the local planning authority, and subsequently undertaken by a developer or their contractor. This normally encompasses spot monitoring visits that can last up to 12 months or more, if methane is found at over 5% by volume. However, it is important to realise ...


    By Shawcity Limited

  • New ground gas monitor provides continuous data

    Ion Science introduce GasClam, the first gas monitor to give continuous, unmanned ground-gas data collection. Its ability to log long-term, real trend information is a revolution in gas management and risk prediction allowing informed decisions to be made on accurate, reliable data. As more landfill gas to energy projects are undertaken, GasClam becomes an indispensible tool in evaluating gas ...


    By Ion Science

  • GasClam Ground Gas Detector - Solving your site and remediation gas problems!

    If you are involved in land remediation or site development you will understand the need for results to ensure projects run smoothly, quickly and efficiently. Often projects such as these are held up due to the possibility of ground gas on site. these gasses need to be monitored before site projects can continue.   The GasClam ground gas detector is used to monitor gasses being ...


    By Shawcity Limited

  • World Health Organisation’s William Angell is keynote speaker at VOCs and Ground Gas Conference

    The World Health Organisation’s Professor William Angell, who chairs the International Radon Project, is the keynote speaker at this year’s VOCs and Ground Gases Conference: Sampling, Risk Assessment and Remediation. The conference, held in London’s ICO Conference Centre on 18th November 2009, will highlight the current best practices in laboratory sampling, safety, risk assessment, remediation, ...


  • Waste Management Announces Ground-Breaking of its Natural Gas fueling facility in Columbus, Ohio Area

    Waste Management today announced it has started construction on its new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling facility to convert its fleet of trucks that service the Columbus, Ohio area. This will be Waste Management's first fleet of compressed natural gas trucks in Ohio. The CNG fueling station is being built at its Canal Winchester location. "This new fueling facility will give us the ...


  • EPA takes action against buffalo area gas station owner to protect ground water

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has taken action against Schmitt Sales, Inc. of Buffalo for improperly managing underground tanks used to store gasoline and other fuels at two of its facilities in the Buffalo area and eight other locations throughout the state. Petroleum releases from underground storage tanks can contaminate ground water, making it unsafe to drink, pose fire and ...

  • EPA takes action against Buffalo area gas stations to protect ground water from petroleum contamination

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued a legal complaint to the owners and operators of twenty-two underground storage tanks at gasoline stations in the Buffalo, New York area for violating various federal regulations dealing with ground water from petroleum contamination. The complaint, which seeks $582,803 in penalties, was issued to Amerimart Development Company, Inc., Qual-Econ ...

  • North Country Gas Station Owners to Install Equipment to Prevent Ground Water Pollution (NY)

    "Gas station owners have a responsibility to regularly monitor their underground storage tanks to protect against potential leaks of petroleum," said EPA Regional Administrator Judith A. Enck. "Leaking tanks can contaminate ground water, putting people and the environment at risk." EPA inspections of the companies’ tanks revealed that they had failed to comply with important requirements of ...

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