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Jan 30, 2023
Water pumps, the Extended Product Approach and the opportunity for energy savings
Features
Jan 27, 2023
Air, ground, and water source heat pumps are one of the most effective technologies for reducing carbon, and with a potential 500% efficiency, they are a great solution for projects of all sizes. With almost 15 years’ experience in the industry, Elliott Sharpe, Vital Energi’s design director in London, leads the design and CAD departments to deliver high quality design... [Read More]

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Jan 27, 2023
The regional municipality of Peel is the third-largest water utility in Canada serving a population of approximately 1.38 million people in the cities of Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon, in Ontario. The region’s water system comprises 4,500 km of water mains ranging in size from 100mm to 2,500mm in diameter. The majority of these water mains are PVC and relatively... [Read More]

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Jan 24, 2023
As global water distribution infrastructure ages and the world's population grows non-revenue water (NRW) – caused mainly by leakages resulting from pipe failures – presents a significant economic and environmental challenge for utilities worldwide. Retrofitting existing water networks with modern pressure management systems helps prevent loss of precious water resources,... [Read More]

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Jan 19, 2023
The predominance of complex, internationalised supply chains is one of the defining characteristics of the global economy in the 21st century. When economists talk about globalisation, they are in part talking about the interconnectedness of the world’s economic trade, thanks to the ability for supply chains to link countries together. Cobalt mined in the Democratic... [Read More]

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Jan 10, 2023
In continuous operation since 1857, Zinkgruvan is one of the oldest underground facilities in Sweden. It is located close to the town of Askersund, 250 kilometres southwest of Stockholm, and was acquired by the Canadian Lundin Mining Corporation in 2004. Zinkgruvan comprises a well-organised underground structure of tunnels and a processing plant, producing zinc, lead... [Read More]

Features
Jan 9, 2023
Air, ground, and water source heat pumps are one of the most effective technologies for reducing carbon, and with a potential 500% efficiency, they are a great solution for projects of all sizes. Heat pump technology is helping the UK’s journey to net-zero. What types of heat pump are there and how do they work? Heat pumps can appear quite complicated at first... [Read More]

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Jan 5, 2023
Sustainability is increasingly becoming a crucial requirement for operators and end-users as regulations have become more demanding and stricter. To operate in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way, operators are reviewing all their equipment. One vital piece of equipment that can go a long way towards positively contributing to improved sustainability... [Read More]

Features
Jan 3, 2023
The flowmeter market is now strong and trending upward as the economy regains its footing and rising oil and gas prices drive exploration and production. Historically, the worldwide flowmeter market size has followed the downward and now sharply upward fluctuations in oil prices. The comprehensive new Flow Research study found that the market totalled $7.03 billion... [Read More]

Features
Dec 22, 2022
Machine-learning technology trialled on part of Wessex Water’s sewerage network has identified early forming sewer blockages in real-time with a 92% accuracy rate. The potential of artificial technology (AI) to transform sewer network management has been demonstrated during a three-month trial of StormHarvester’s Intelligent Sewer Suite with Wessex Water in the city... [Read More]

Features
Dec 20, 2022
High-head pumps are the workhorses of many industrial fluid control systems. Their role can often be mission-critical, particularly in settings such as water transfer in the oil and gas sector, municipal water treatment and supply, and dewatering applications in construction and mining, where the control and removal of surface water is a primary safety concern. In such... [Read More]

Features
Dec 16, 2022
Where safety and compliance in hazardous environments are concerned, there are a lot of acronyms relating to standards, directives, and regulations. To those unfamiliar with how the whole legislative landscape operates, it can easily and quickly become confusing. To help tackle the minefield, safety compliance expert and AEMT lecturer, Peter Rawlinson, looks at the key... [Read More]

Features
Dec 13, 2022
When selecting an appropriate material to meet the needs of an application, a balance of functionality and cost-effectiveness must be met. The feature has been put together by Alex Eanniello, applications engineer at Garlock Sealing Technologies. The correlation between performance and savings has many more variables than simply the cost of a diaphragm compared to how... [Read More]

Features
Dec 9, 2022
Landfill operators are required to capture and control landfill gas (LFG) as part of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s New Source Performance Standards (NSPS). These rules are focused on reducing emissions of methane-rich landfill gas from new, modified, and reconstructed municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills. The regulations require that landfills perform... [Read More]

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Dec 5, 2022
A new era has begun as Tata Chemicals Europe officially opened the UK’s first industrial scale carbon capture and usage plant. According to the company, this signals a key milestone in the race to meet the UK’s net-zero targets. The £20 million (€23.5 million) investment has been completed by Northwich-based Tata Chemicals Europe, one of Europe's leading producers... [Read More]


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