Sluices Articles

  • Keeping hygiene front of mind

    Hygiene is drummed into us from a young age. It usually starts with the more unsavoury lessons – like don’t pick your nose – and gradually migrates to the importance of showers, deodorant and good sexual health. It’s only when some of us dedicate themselves to caring for others do we fully appreciate how important hygiene is. In a good hospital robust ...

    By DDC Dolphin Ltd

  • Distributions of phosphorus fractions in the sediments of a river–lake system: a case study in Huai River catchment area, China

    Phosphorus (P) forms, with respect to sediment characteristics, and an in-stream sluice were studied in the river–lake system, Huai River catchment area, China. The mean of total P in sediments in the mainstream of the Huai River was higher than that in the Hongze Lake. It was found that P fractions varied in the sediments throughout the river and lake. Detrital-P was the dominant P ...

    By IWA Publishing

  • Explaining inertia in restoring estuarine dynamics in the Haringvliet (The Netherlands)

    Following the 1953 flood, the Dutch delta has been shut off from the sea by a series of dams and dykes. This closing-off transformed the delta from a constantly changing estuarine environment into a freshwater body. A different way of thinking about ‘nature’ in the period 1970–1980 led to the policy proposal to transform the Haringvliet, one of the shut-off water bodies, ...

    By IWA Publishing

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you