water-use tracking News

  • Tracking Ocean Salinity from Space using Colour

    Ocean colour could serve as a reliable proxy for salinity, opening the door for more frequent and detailed measurements. (Copyright: Dr. Md. Sufian Idris) ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

  • Oceanalpha’s innovative USV show amazed the world in CCTV Spring Festival Gala

    On February 15th, an incredible unmanned surface vessels (USV) formation was staged at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, one of Zhuhai's landmarks. The Bridge, which has just been completed and is the longest sea- crossing bridge in the world, connects Zhuhai to Hong Kong and Macao. This night, the Bridge became the most spectacular background, a 7.5-meter-long "Lookout" marine unmanned vessel ...


    By Oceanalpha Co., Ltd.

  • Locus Technologies - Water Tracking, Use and Opportunity for Businesses

    http://greencollar.podbean.com/2010/12/29/locus-technologies-water-tracking-use-and-opportunity-for-businesses/ An interview with the CEO and Founder of Locus Technologies about the state of water tracking, utilization and optimization in industry today.  How it is paralleling ...


    By Locus Technologies

  • Tracking trash

    What if we knew exactly where our trash was going and how much energy it took to make it disappear? Would it make us think twice about buying bottled water or 'disposable' razors? A team of MIT researchers have announced a major project called Trash Track, which aims to get people thinking about what they throw away. Trash Track relies on the development of special electronic tags that will ...

  • On the right track

    Automotive engineering expert, Applus IDIADA has expanded its measurement capabilities with a full pass-by system from Brüel & Kjær, for testing both ground operation and in-vehicle (one-man) operation. Applus IDIADA carries out many different tests from its Proving Ground in Spain. Some experiments are conducted from the ground station only, while others are controlled by the ...

  • MHG tracking tracks over Internet

    MHG launched today MHG Tracking Service which allows real-time tracking of field workers and  fleet on the road or in the forest. ”Supervisors are aware in real-time where various resources are locating and thus are able to direct them into the correct places, tells Mr. Veli-Matti Plosila, Technology Manager Of MHG Systems running tracking R&D. The service sends position information to ...


    By MHG Systems Ltd

  • Tracking the Impact of Water Governance Interventions

    Event type: Side Event Date: 2012-08-27 Time: 17:45 - 18:45 Convenor: UNDP Water Governance Facility at SIWI (WGF) Co-convenor: Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund (MDG-F), Every Drop Matters (EDM) and UNDP MDG GoAL WaSH Programme (GoAL WaSH) Room: K23 Event ...

  • Tracking largest industrial spill

    At about 1 a.m. last Dec. 22, James Schean awoke with a start. He heard what sounded like a furious thunderclap and a staccato of snapping trees. Then his house shuddered and heaved. Swept up by some mighty force, it tore clear of its foundation and rumbled off like a derailed freight car. "I could hear everything breaking," he says, "the rafters cracking, Sheetrock falling off, the furniture ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • Tracking your carbon footprint

    An innovation called Carbon Hero may help reduce global warming by making people more aware of their carbon footprint. Regional prize winner in the 2007 European Satellite Navigation Competition, sponsored by ESA’s Technology Transfer Programme, the device uses satellite navigation technology to track journeys. Concerned about global warming, many people are now looking for ways to reduce ...


    By European Space Agency (ESA)

  • Strengthening track record in Poland

    Keppel Seghers has secured a second sludge dryer/pelletizer contract in Poland. Awarded by Wodociagi Bialystockie, the water treatment company from the city of Bialystock in north-eastern Poland, Keppel Seghers will provide the dryer, coater, recirculation, pellet cooling and complete automation as well as the basic engineering for the whole plant. When fully operational by mid 2007, the ...


    By Keppel Seghers

  • Metronet on track to protect wildlife

    A recent Metronet report highlighted the ecological importance of the London Underground, home to a staggering wealth of wildlife. Badgers, water voles and grass snakes are just a few of the species that can be found in the variety of habitats along the side of the track in the outer reaches of the London Underground network. Metronet are responsible for renewing two thirds of the network ...


    By Atkins

  • Greenhouse gas emissions tracking

    With initiatives such as the Kyoto Protocol and the Western Climate Initiative, tracking greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions has become a necessity for many organizations. To help our customers address this business need, Intelex developed a Greenhouse Gas Emission Tracking Module in 2008.Like all of Intelex’s systems and modules, the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Tracking Module is designed to be both ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Enterprise asset tracking

    Do you know the precise location of your assets globally? It is difficult for an organization to operate efficiently, let alone have any competitive advantage, if it does not have direct control over all its assets at any one time. As a business embraces the myriad technological advances of modern times so it seems that items of equipment and necessary tools swell the corporate ...


    By Verisae

  • GPS tracking of US e-scrap sparks controversy

    Recycling International, October 2016, NO.8, page 13 United States: Environmental watchdog Basel Action Network (BAN) recently planted GPS trackers in 205 old printers and monitors and then delivered them to US recyclers and charities. It reports that 40% of the 152 deliveries went offshore, mostly to Hong Kong and China. ‘The American ...


    By ATN Engineering B.V.

  • Strengthening Biosolids solutions track record in the US

    Latest project is one of the world’s largest dryer plants. 200 tonnes a day – that is how much sludge Keppel Seghers’ HARDPELLETISER units will treat at the Stickney wastewater treatment plant in Chicago. Keppel Seghers has just been contracted by the Stickney plant to provide four HARDPELLETISER units as well as supervise their construction and commissioning at a new dryer facility, ...


    By Keppel Seghers

  • Fast Track Your Sustainability Performance

    Ewire -- ENVIRON is pleased to announce its partnership with Trucost, the research firm selected by Newsweek to provide environmental performance data for its annual Green Rankings. Trucost delivers a fast, clear picture of operational and supply chain environmental impacts, providing focus areas for environmental strategies. Leveraging this data, ENVIRON helps clients drive performance ...


    By ENVIRON

  • USGS track cause ground sinking

    The research will address growing concerns that increased groundwater pumping in the San Joaquin Valley may be causing land surfaces to sink, or subside, damaging the concrete channel. Historically, extensive pumping of groundwater from the San Joaquin Valley aquifer system caused groundwater levels to decline, resulting in as much as 28 feet of land subsidence. The importation of surface water ...


  • Morrisons Compliance Fast-tracked by Gee

    From initial enquiry to installation in less than five weeks. That was the fast-track story of the installation by the Morrison Consent Compliance Team of a new caustic dosing system and utilisation tank at Southern Water’s Ashford Wastewater Treatment and Recycling Centre in Kent. “All consent compliance issues are urgent, and once Morrison was given the job, we put the design and ...

  • Scientists track down travelling droughts

    The biggest and worst droughts may not stay fixed in one place but can travel thousands of kilometres from their origin, according to a new study. And that discovery, disturbing as it may sound, could shed light on how droughts evolve in space and time, provide new insights for water managers, and save ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Study tracks ´memory´ of soil moisture

    Original story at MIT News The top 2 inches of topsoil on all of Earth’s landmasses contains an infinitesimal fraction of the planet’s water — less than one-thousandth of a percent. Yet because of its position at the interface between the land and the atmosphere, that tiny amount plays a crucial role in ...

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