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Sep 24, 2020
KROHNE milks it with new application for OPTIMASS flowmeter
Sep 24, 2020
Frozen peas have been produced in the UK since 1946 after the fast freezing process was developed in 1929 by Clarence Birdseye. Birdseye is one of the largest pea processors in the world, and the largest in the UK, processing and freezing around 50,000 tonnes of peas per year during the harvest season from June to August. Their facility at Hull is situated in the centre... [Read More]

Product News
Sep 23, 2020
The Metraflow ultrasonic flowmeter from Titan Enterprises offers a solution for flow monitoring applications requiring a high degree of cleanliness such as in the pharmaceutical, medical, semiconductor and ultra-pure water markets. The production processes in these markets require flow measurement devices able to cope with low flow rates and construction from ultra-pure... [Read More]

Policy News
Sep 23, 2020
British Water is calling on the water and wastewater supply chain to take part in a survey assessing the impact of COVID-19 to find out how businesses have been affected. As lead representative body for the UK water industry supply chain, the association has provided constant support to its members throughout the pandemic, while also monitoring the impact on the industry... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 22, 2020
Pumps
Landia has secured a major new order for its biogas digester mixing system in Luannan County, which has been committed to significantly developing agriculture in China. About 250 km east of Beijing, Luannan County is already generating a total annual value of more than €348 million from about 13,000 hectares of land – and with a growing demand from the Chinese for... [Read More]

Features
Sep 22, 2020
When vandals damaged the CHP control panels at EDL’s Wellingborough landfill site, rendering the engines unusable, the timing could not have been worse. One week before Easter 2020, the coronavirus pandemic was sweeping the UK and the country had just been placed into an unprecedented nationwide lockdown. Site managers anticipated a significant period of downtime but... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 21, 2020
Pipelines
The biggest ever revamp of Carlisle’s water mains moved into its penultimate phase as engineers got ready to drill six metres below the River Eden in the UK. The work is part of a three-year, £14m (€15.2 million) scheme by United Utilities to clean and re-furbish more than 30km of the city’s biggest water pipes. This latest phase of work will involve re-lining... [Read More]

Other News
Sep 21, 2020
The total value of construction contract awards in July 2020 was £6.3 billion (€6.8 billion) which compares to £3.1 billion (€3.4 billion) in June and £1.6 billion (€1.75 billion) in May, underlining the magnitude of the growth trend over the past few months. The number of awards has also increased in July to 860 which is an increase of 80.3% on June. The residential... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 21, 2020
Pipelines
The Sniffers has announced it has merged the pipeline integrity application from DMC1 into its pipeline integrity service portfolio. The company said this strong combination of experience, knowledge, and analysis capabilities, will help pipeline owners realise their integrity objectives. DMC1, founded in 2000 and operating from Schkopau in Germany, has developed a business... [Read More]

Product News
Sep 18, 2020
Mueller has announced the release of PipeRank  virtual condition assessment which enables water utilities to get visibility into pipe failures before they happen. The PipeRank technology, powered by VODA.ai and delivered by Echologics, is designed to predict future failures more accurately than age-based estimates or the prior failure models that are used today. “Aging... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Sep 18, 2020
Pipelines
The South American oil and gas pipeline sector has been impacted by weak demand and low oil and gas prices as a result of COVID-19. The worsening financial situation is leading to delays in the upcoming pipeline projects while measures to curb the spread of pandemic has impacted the operations of existing pipelines,  says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.Haseeb... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 17, 2020
Pumps
Following the successful installation two years ago of Landia Chopper Pumps and a Landia Aeration System, MSE Systems is set to install a further three units from Landia for one of the UK’s leading supplier of potatoes. During an upgrade to the customer’s potato processing factory, Chesterfield-based MSE Systems found that the addition of a high-efficiency Dissolved... [Read More]

Product News
Sep 17, 2020
ABB is to install its engine diagnostics software ABB Ability Tekomar XPERT on 12 bulk carriers operated by Shanghai Ming Wah Shipping. The fleetwide deployment follows a trial on two ships which started in February 2019 and an initial order covering four vessels in June 2019. The order for the remaining eight vessels was received in July this year. Under the initial... [Read More]

Product News
Sep 16, 2020
Heavy-duty leak testing, sealing, pipe blocking and stopping is easy with steel plugs from the Pipestoppers. Steel test plugs can be used for low pressure testing and plugging pipes, pipelines and pipework fabrications and other orifices between 2 and 48 inches (50 to 1,200 mm) diameter. Luke Keane, technical sales manager for HFT’s Pipestoppers Division said: “Plugging... [Read More]

Features
Sep 16, 2020
Founded in 2008, A2A is considered the biggest multi-utility in Italy with more than 12,000 employees. It generates, distributes and markets renewable energy, electricity, gas, integrated water supply and waste management services. From its headquarters in Brescia, Italy, A2A Ciclo Idrico, a company of the A2A Group, operates more than 3,000 kilometer of iron water pipes,... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Sep 15, 2020
Pipelines
Northumbrian Water has completed the refurbishment of one of its groundwater stations as part of a £10.6 million (€11.5 million) project aimed at improving water quality and to protect the water supplies of 140,000 homes across Sunderland and South Tyneside. The investment at the Fulwell groundwater station, which provides drinking water to Sunderland and the surrounding... [Read More]


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