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  • Rotork valve actuators in ‘landmark’ waste water treatment project

    Rotork IQPro intelligent electric valve actuation technology will assist the operation of the largest and most advanced waste water treatment, water reuse and sludge treatment plant in the Middle East. Described as a ‘landmark’ project, the Doha North Sewage Treatment Works in Qatar has a peak waste water treatment design capacity of 439,000 cubic meters per day, ...


    By Rotork

  • WRAS Approved Pumps and Valves

    Here at T-T we are continually striving to meet the highest standards with a range of WRAS approved pumps and valves to suit clean water applications. When installing a product which will transfer or receive water from the public mains water supply in the UK, it is a criminal offence if it does not comply with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations or Scottish Byelaws.  Both ...


    By T-T Pumps Ltd.

  • Peristaltic Pump Technology Replaces Timer Controlled Valves at Lavister Waste Water Treatment Works and Improves Primary Sludge Consistency

    Two Watson-Marlow Bredel SPX50 hose pumps have been installed at Dwr Cymru -Welsh Water’s Lavister Waste Water Treatment Works in North Wales., significantly improving system performance at the site. The pumps were installed during October 2006 and have delivered trouble-free operation since installation. Prior to the installation of the SPX50s, auto-desludging of the primary tanks at the ...

  • $50 billion valve market in 2010

    Untitled Document Sales of industrial valves will reach $50 billion per year by 2010, up from $41 billion this year predicts the McIlvaine Company in its continually updated online report, Valves: World ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Corrosion resistance essential for Spanish WWTP valve actuators

    One of the main considerations concerning the valve actuators at the Bens WWTP (Waste Water Treatment Plant) in Coruña, Spain, was its close proximity to the Atlantic coast and the resulting saline atmosphere in the area.  It is well known that this environment is highly corrosive to exposed electrical equipment and can be a major cause of unreliability and breakdowns. Rotork was able ...


    By Rotork

  • TECNOFLOW and SINGER VALVE held a seminar at the Embassy of Canada

    KLINGER Argentina regularly holds courses and seminars organised by TECNOFLOW, its Water and Waste Water Division. These events are aimed at consultant engineers, water distribution companies and governmental water institutions throughout the country. In July 2012, a seminar on hydraulic control valves for water networks and aqueducts was held at the Canadian Embassy in Buenos Aires with the ...


    By Singer Valve Inc.

  • Valve Manufacturers Should Enhance Innovation in Chinses

    Currently, China Valve manufacturers are lack of innovation in China, impeding the development of valve industry. Nowadays, many valve manufacturers innovate less after introducing advanced technology. When overseas clients visit China’s heavy industry projects such as power and petroleum, they ...

  • High tech waste vacuum technology, a first for the UK

    For the first time in the UK rubbish can be transported through a system of underground vacuum pipes. The Envac system, in a housing development next to Wembley stadium in west London, does away with kerbside collections and goes underground. Envac is a Swedish-based firm that makes underground vacuum waste collection systems. Sweden has been using this system for 30 years and the system is ...

  • Eaton’s Aerospace Facility in Titchfield Honored for Reducing Waste Through Zero Waste-to-Landfill Program

    Eaton is honoring employees at its aerospace facility in Titchfield, U.K., for achieving "zero waste-to-landfill" by nearly eliminating all wastes sent to landfills through strategies such as recycling, re-use and new work processes. Eaton is encouraging its manufacturing sites to achieve zero waste-to-landfill as part of its waste management program and also as a means to reduce the release of ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Treatment of Different Wastes by Supercritical Water Oxidation

    Abstract If left to conventional treatment processes, the destruction of toxic organic wastewaters and associated sludge volume reduction clearly becomes an overwhelming problem. Two options, incineration and supercritical water oxidation (SCWO), exist for the complete destruction of toxic wastewaters and organic sludges. Incineration has associated problems such as very high cost and ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • Rotork retrofit improves valve actuation efficiency at Amsterdam water treatment plant

    Rotork modulating electric valve actuators have been installed in an efficiency upgrade project at a large water treatment works serving the Dutch capital city of Amsterdam. The modern and highly automated plant at Vogelenzang, owned by Waternet, has a daily water treatment capacity of 180,000 cubic metres. The treatment regime comprises pre-screening, carbon filtration, ozone ...


    By Rotork

  • Eaton’s Tczew Plants Honored for Reducing Waste, GHG Emissions through Zero Waste-to-Landfill Program

    Power management company Eaton is honoring its two facilities located at the Tczew campus for achieving “zero waste-to-landfill” by nearly eliminating all wastes sent to landfills through recycling, re-use, new work processes and other means. Eaton is encouraging its manufacturing sites to achieve zero waste-to-landfill as part of its waste management program and also as a means to ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Polymer manufacturing turns to Rotork for improved control valve performance

    The introduction of Rotork CVA all-electric control valve actuation technology has improved the efficiency of the production process for a leading polymer manufacturing company in Australia. Era Polymers is a world-class manufacturer of polyurethane systems, producing a diverse range of cast elastomer prepolymers including spray polyurethane and polyureas, rigid and flexible foam systems, ...


    By Rotork

  • New generation treatment plant selects Rotork for electric control valve actuation

    Rotork’s innovative CVA electric control valve actuation technology has been selected for a demanding duty involving continuous modulation at what is described as a “new generation” waste water treatment plant in southwest France. The plant is one of the largest in France as well as one of the most energy efficient. Designed for increased rainwater and effluent treatment ...


    By Rotork

  • Eaton’s Tczew Plants Honored for Reducing Waste, GHG Emissions through Zero Waste-to-Landfill Program

    Power management company Eaton is honoring its two facilities located at the Tczew campus for achieving “zero waste-to-landfill” by nearly eliminating all wastes sent to landfills through recycling, re-use, new work processes and other means. “With help from Eaton’s Corporate Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) staff, our Tczew facilities were able to integrate new ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Hydraulic Flow Control Valve for the Canal de Champfleury in Avignon /France

    ROMAG aquacare ag supplied not only the technical equipment and control for the flow control valve in the 7.0 m wide sewage channel, but also conducted the project planning. As part of a new overall concept for the drainage of the Agglomeration Grand Avignon, the treatment of the rain water from combined sewage had to be renovated after the new construction of the waste water treatment plant. ...


    By ROMAG aquacare ag

  • AZ Utilities Encourage Consumers to Chase Water Waste This Week

    The average American family could be wasting more than 10,000 gallons of water each year due to easy-to-fix household leaks, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) WaterSense program. That amount of water could increase a water bill by as much as 10 percent while wasting precious resources. That’s why EPA is encouraging consumers to participate in ...

  • EPA Encourages Consumers to Save 1 Trillion Gallons of Wasted Water

    Every year, more than one trillion gallons of water go down the drain because of household leaks. Leaks may increase a water bill by as much as 10 percent. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense program encourages consumers to celebrate the seventh annual Fix a Leak Week, March 16-22, 2015, by finding and fixing water leaks in their homes. Annually, the average American ...

  • EPA, Hawaii water utilities encourages consumers to Chase Water Waste this week

    The average American family could be wasting more than 10,000 gallons of water each year due to easy-to-fix household leaks, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) WaterSense program. That amount of water could increase a water bill by as much as 10 percent while wasting precious resources. That’s why EPA is encouraging consumers to participate in ...

  • CA Utilities Encourage Consumers to Chase Water Waste This Week

    The average American family could be wasting more than 10,000 gallons of water each year due to easy-to-fix household leaks, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) WaterSense program. That amount of water could increase a water bill by as much as 10 percent while wasting precious resources. That’s why EPA is encouraging consumers to participate in ...

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