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  • Binder+Co order intake in Q1–3/2010 shows a clear upturn

    During Q1–3/2010, Binder+Co, the innovative machine and plant manufacturer from Gleisdorf in Austria, was able to increase its order intake by a notable 50% over the previous year. However, company sales revenues and EBIT remained below the 2009 level. In view of these facts, Karl Grabner, from the Binder+Co Management Board is not dissatisfied: “Although our sales revenues and EBIT ...


    By Binder+Co AG

  • Citing impact of shutdown, EPA postpones issuing final rule on cooling water intake

    The Environmental Protection Agency said it will delay issuing until Nov. 20 a final rule to require more than 1,000 power plants and industrial facilities to obtain Clean Water Act permits for their cooling water intake structures, citing the government shutdown in October as a force beyond its control. Under a 2010 legal agreement with Riverkeeper, an environmental advocacy group, the EPA was ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • In H1/2010, Binder+Co’s key indicators lagged behind those of the preceding year, but showed a marked upturn in order intake.

    In the first half-year 2010, the Gleisdorf-based processing, environmental and packaging technology specialist once again achieved a clearly positive result, although sales revenues and EBIT remained below the figures for the preceding year. However, especially during the second quarter, positive signals emanated from an upswing in order intake. “As a company that is traditionally affected ...


    By Binder+Co AG

  • Power Plants Ask Federal Appeals Court To Review EPA Cooling Water Intake Rule

    A coalition of power plants has joined Entergy Corp. in asking an appellate court to review the Environmental Protection Agency's final rule regulating cooling water intake structures at more than 1,000 factories and power plants. In a Sept. 5 petition, the Utility Water Act Group (UWAG) and Entergy asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to review the final cooling water intake ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • High-Torque Screen Classifying Cutter

    A new high-torque, low-speed model SCC-15-SS Screen Classifying Cutter reduces hard materials and friable products into controlled particle sizes. A proprietary rotor design comprised of cutter bits attached to a helical array of staggered holders called "interconnected parallelograms," continuously cut and crush oversize materials ...

  • Binder+Co 2010 progressing well: sales revenues and EBIT above the level of last year, order intake up by a notable 39%

    With sales revenues of EUR 63.25 million and EBIT of EUR 7.22 million, in 2010 we not only surpassed the figures for the preceding year, but also returned to our pre-crisis levels. Order intake in the second half-year even returned to the record level of 2008 and therefore we can be genuinely satisfied.” Karl Grabner, member of the Binder+Co Management Board. Generally difficult and ...


    By Binder+Co AG

  • NEW! Automatic screen/filter for small systems

    It has finally arrived! After two years of development a real solution for small system screening is ready. From Vanderbeken Enterprises comes The FINESSE, a V-Stainless product. The FINESSE is the solution for continuous screening problems in small packaged wastewater treatment plant applications but also great for pre-septic tank applications. Install the inexpensive screen before the ...


  • Screen Classifying Cutter Controls Particle Sizes

    A new Screen Classifying Cutter from Munson Machinery reduces hard, soft and fibrous materials into controlled particle sizes at high rates with minimal fines. Model SCC-15-B features a proprietary rotor design comprised of cutter heads attached to a helical array of staggered holders called "interconnected parallelograms" that ...

  • Clean cooling water to a nuclear plant

    Kopar is to modify fine bar screens at Fortum Loviisa nuclear plant. Kopar received an order from Fortum Power and Heat Oy's Loviisa Power Plant. The scope of the purchase is modernisation of the fine bar screens at the raw water intake station of plant unit no 2. The Loviisa nuclear power plant consists of two plant units, Loviisa 1 and Loviisa 2. The plant units generate a combined eight ...


    By Kopar Oy

  • Eimco Water Technologies – will supply equipments for the new seawater cooling capacity in Kuwait

    Colchester, UK, October 12, 2006 – Eimco Water Technologies Limited, a division of GROUPE LAPERRIÈRE & VERREAULT INC. (ticker symbols GLV.A, GLV.B/TSX) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an order to supply filtration and intake systems by Petrochemical Industries Co (K.S.C.), Safat, Kuwait, for a new closed circuit seawater system. This order is part of a major addition project ...

  • Hammer Mill Reduces Friable, Fibrous Materials

    A new Hammer Mill Model 141 from Munson Machinery reduces friable and fibrous materials into uniform particle sizes ranging from 20 to 300 mesh. Centrifugal force causes pivoting hammers to stand at 90° to the rotating shaft, throwing material against breaker plate ridges in the feed section, and then against perforated ...

  • West Basin’s Innovative Ocean Water Desalination Demonstration Facility to Begin Environmental and Energy Recovery Evaluation

    REDONDO BEACH, Calif. - Investing in innovative marine protection technology and renewable energy sources, West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) is near completion on its new demonstration facility, formally dedicating the plant on Friday, November 12, 2010. The plant will be open to the public in a community “open house” on December 4th. The demonstration facility will ...

  • UPDATE: Burns & McDonnell Assisting Cities as Zebra Mussels Threaten Public Water Systems

    Cities across the Midwest are on alert after zebra mussels nearly halted one city's water intake system and continue to threaten other public supplies and waterways. "Some utilities are being overwhelmed," says John Mitchell, director of the water practice at Burns & McDonnell. "Planning for the inevitable invasion of these mollusks is critical. Almost every surface water supply in the ...


    By Burns & McDonnell

  • Binder+Co starts 2011 with strong, first quarter growth

    Binder+Co, the innovative machine and plant manufacturer from Gleisdorf in Austria, began the 2011 financial year in a highly successful manner. Company sales revenues were some 44% higher at EUR 17.34 million, EBIT more than trebled to EUR 1.10 million and order intake was 70% up at EUR 19.87 million. In view of these facts, Karl Grabner, from the Binder+Co Management Board is well pleased: ...


    By Binder+Co AG

  • Burns & McDonnell Assisting Cities as Zebra Mussels Threaten Public Water Systems

    Cities across Kansas are on alert after zebra mussels nearly halted one city's water intake system and continue to threaten other public waterways across the state. "Utilities are being caught by surprise," says John Mitchell, director of the wastewater practice at Burns & McDonnell. "Without a plan, agencies are finding themselves in big trouble from these invasive species." Zebra mussels ...


    By Burns & McDonnell

  • “CONSERVATION” Describes New Automatic Water Filters

    Englewood, NJ -- ORIVAL, Inc. released four new filters in its ORG-Series at WEFTEC in Dallas, TX. One new 4-inch, two new 6-inch automatic self-cleaning filters and a new 8-inch unit bring the series to eight models designed specifically to conserve rinse water. The vertical design of the ORG Series minimizes the footprint while maximizing screen area to provide efficient solids removal with ...


    By Orival, Inc.

  • Seafield Sewage Treatment Works, Leith - Statement from Thames Water

    Following the failure of a pump at a sewage pumping station near Seafield Sewage Treatment Works in Leith on Friday 21 April, Thames Water engineers have now completed the installation of temporary pumps. The site is now treating 100% of its sewage intake and is no longer discharging untreated effluent into the Forth of Firth. Thames Water, as part of the Stirling Water Consortium operates the ...


    By Thames Water Utilities Ltd.

  • Water Conserving Self Cleaning Filter

    Englewood, NJ -- ORIVAL, Inc. released four new filters in its ORG-Series. One new 4 inch, two new 6 inch automatic self-cleaning filters and a new 8 inch unit bring the series to eight models designed specifically to conserve rinse water. The vertical design of the ORG Series minimizes the footprint while maximizing screen area to provide efficient solids removal with fewer cleaning cycles. ...


    By Orival, Inc.

  • `CONSERVATION` Describes New Automatic Water Filters

    Englewood, NJ -- ORIVAL, Inc. released four new filters in its ORG-Series at WEFTEC in Dallas, TX. One new 4-inch, two new 6-inch automatic self-cleaning filters and a new 8-inch unit bring the series to eight models designed specifically to conserve rinse water. The vertical design of the ORG Series minimizes the footprint while maximizing screen area to provide efficient solids removal with ...


    By Orival, Inc.

  • GLV acquires more than 83% of Austria-Based Christ Water Technology AG specializing in industrial and municipal water treatment technologies

    The acquisition of Christ Water Technology AG (‘’CWT’’) fits ideally with GLV’s (‘’GLV’’) long-term vision of securing a global platform and leadership as a provider of comprehensive, high-performance and eco-friendly industrial and municipal water treatment solutions. This acquisition will improve GLV’s profile through the achievement of the following key objectives: It will complete GLV’s ...

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