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  • Gully and rill erosion: recent research progress (co-organized)

    Soil erosion has been divided traditionally into sheet, rill, and gully erosion. In rills and gullies, overland flow is concentrated, which markedly increases the erosivity of the flow, and can cause then significant incisions into the landscape. Usually rills occur on sloping surfaces, whereas gullies occur within swales or hollows. Concentrated flow erosion represents an important -if not the ...


    By Copernicus Gesellschaft mbH

  • EI South Western and South Wales branch summer social

    For their 2015 summer social, the Energy Institute (EI) South Western and South Wales branch organised a hike to Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons. Setting off at 10.30am in the warm sunshine, the group ascended the gully of Blaen Taff Fawr, a well-kept secret with rock pools and small waterfalls. Rising out of this gully near its head, they traversed rough terrain eventually crossing the Storey ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • B&T Plant Hire`s add two additional Scarab Mistral road sweepers to their fleet

    B&T Plant Hire based in Kent and Surrey have recently ordered two more Scarab Mistral road sweepers both mounted on DAF LF55 chassis, these vehicles will run alongside the Scarab Mistral that was purchased last year. B&T’s vehicles are all spec’d to a very high standard to enable them to carry out site-work effectively, these new roadsweepers are fitted with Dual Sweep option, ...

  • Terrasorb biological oilspill equipment

    Terrasorb Oilspil System More and more problems with hydro carbon as spill on land or water polluted our environment in many corner of the world. Hydro carbon brings cancer and make all living creatures sick. the euratec GmbH developed since 1990 solution on biological ways to kill the spill. Our main products are: Absorbants for land and water spill ...


    By euratec GmbH

  • Oadby & Wigston borough councils latest scarab road sweeper

    When Brian Kew, Transport Manager at Oadby & Wigston BC, needed something a little different, he turned to Scarab Sweepers for help. “We wanted a sweeper that was slightly out of the ordinary”, explained Brian. “The reason for choosing Scarab once again is that they deliver everything we ask for.” Asked to elaborate, Brian went on to say, “we needed a very ...

  • AbTech Industries` UK Distributor Launches Product Line in Response to Regulatory Opportunity

    AbTech Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: ABHD) ("AbTech" or the "Company") is pleased to advise that after positive in-ground test results, the Company's U.K. Distributor is launching a new line of "SmartGullies" products compliant with recently legislated regulatory surface water standards enacted throughout the U.K. and many other European nations. Since July of 2009, Bristol-based Smart Sponge Products ...


    By AbTech Industries Inc

  • JC Enviro Expands Business with CDEnviro Mobile Dewatering Unit

    CDEnviro’s mobile dewatering unit is another step that JC Enviro has taken recently to significantly expand their business. With the purchase of CDEnviro’s mobile G:MAX, they will be able to significantly reduce their landfill burden. Established in 2006, JC Enviro is a known and well-established family business in County Monaghan since the founding in 2006 by father and son, John and ...


    By CDEnviro

  • Drainage and flood agenda released for european water and flood modelling conference

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for wet infrastructure, today released the technical program for the Drainage and Flooding stream of the 2011 European Water and Flood Modelling Conference. The event, a comprehensive and significant wet infrastructure simulation and management technology summit, will be held September 20-21, 2011, at the ...


    By Innovyze

  • Environment Agency consults on variation to environmental permit

    The Environment Agency in the South West is to launch a consultation on an Environmental Permit application they have received from Eco Sustainable Solutions in Bournemouth for a (minor) variation to operations on their site near Bournemouth Airport. The application is to enable them to add a street sweepings plant to their site so they can process road sweepings and gully washings. Dorset County ...

  • News alert: new StormCAD release from bentley fully supports United Kingdom’s stormwater modeling requirements

    Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for the infrastructure that sustains our world, today announced the release of StormCAD V8i (SELECTseries 2) United Kingdom, a localized version of the easy-to-use StormCAD software employed by thousands of engineers around the world to analyze and design storm sewer networks. StormCAD helps ...

  • Northern peat soils: potential as a carbon sink

    Upland peat soils provide a substantial carbon sink if managed properly, according to new research. A study of a peatland area in the UK indicated that it could potentially store approximately 160,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. It has been estimated that 20 to 30 per cent of carbon stored in the soil is held in northern peatlands. There are two main drivers that convert this from a net sink to a net ...

  • San Diego Mayor Gets C+ on Water Quality Report Card

    SAN DIEGO, California, October 18, 2007 (ENS) - San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders was graded a C+ for his actions to preserve water quality by an environmental group, which Thursday released its sixth annual San Diego Water Quality Report Card. Since 2001, San Diego Coastkeeper has commissioned Strategic Community Consulting to assess each San Diego City Council member in their actions on ...

  • Research and Markets: Analyzing Wind Power in New Zealand: 2013 Report

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vkvgk4/analyzing_wind) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing Wind Power in New Zealand" report to their offering. Analyzing Wind Power in New Zealand, explores ...


    By Research and Markets

  • Wallington software`s InfoWorks, FloodWorks and InfoNet V10.0 release incorporates new collapsing wall facility

    Version 10.0 of InfoWorks, FloodWorks and InfoNet just released further underlines Wallingford Software’s acknowledged position as the pre-eminent modeling software developers for the water industry. A major addition to InfoWorks RS, CS and SD is the new collapsing wall functionality of the 2D engine. Initially developed to model cascades of falling dams V10.0 enables any type of barrier to ...


    By Innovyze

  • RWM DELVES INTO COUNCIL WASTE ISSUES

    PRESS RELEASE RWM DELVES INTO COUNCIL WASTE ISSUES Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition, NEC, Birmingham 14 to 16 September 2010  30 June 2010 - MRF quality, public consultations, food waste, collecting from high rise flats and many ...


    By Emap Ltd

  • Alien invaders threaten world Heritage Site

    Alien wildlife species are multiplying around Europe's Wadden Sea, posing a serious threat to biodiversity. The warning came in a new report launched on Wadden Sea Day - a platform for recent research on the marine World Heritage Site that borders the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark. As well as reducing biodiversity, the abundant alien species could also prove an economic burden to the Wadden ...

  • Wallingford Software releases version 9.5 of InfoWorks, FloodWorks and InfoNet

    Wallingford Software has simultaneously released version 9.5 of all six of its core software solutions: InfoWorks CS (collection systems), SD (storm drainage), WS (water supply and distribution) RS (river systems), FloodWorks and InfoNet. As Paul Banfield, Wallingford Software’s Sales and Marketing Director explains, the scores of enhancements - many introduced in direct response to customer ...


    By Innovyze

  • EPA Awards Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grants to Reduce Runoff that Contributes to Algal Blooms

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced the award of 14 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants totaling over $17 million to fund projects that will improve Great Lakes water quality by preventing phosphorus runoff and soil erosion that contribute to algal blooms and by reducing suspended sediments in Great Lakes tributaries. “These Great Lakes Restoration Initiative ...

  • Verona opts for InfoWorks CS to solve city flooding

    Wallingford, UK – 10 March 2005 – The part-privatised multi-utility AGSM Verona (Azienda Generale Servizi Municipalizzati di Verona), which provides electricity, gas, telecoms, public heating and water to the city of Verona in Italy and its ...


    By Innovyze

  • Building better cities: cities as villages

    New concepts and new design ideas are helping to make cities more sustainable. Possibly the most intriguing neo-city idea is the urban village concept, where communities within cities are designed to emulate small rural villages with shared, communal resources, and green spaces. Indeed, the secret to cities of tomorrow may well lie in the villages of our past? The Village ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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