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Volume 6, Issue 5
Published: September 3, 2018
Style and sustainability
For art galleries and museums, a priority must be creating and maintaining the perfect environmental conditions to ensure the fabric of their artwork is not compromised. For many buildings of historical...
Making the most of what you have
Keeping its network of more than 38000km (or 22,000 miles) of water mains in working order is extremely important for Anglian Water. The utility serves the East of England, an area that is among the driest...
Without disruption
In October 2014, construction work began on a new municipal wastewater treatment plant in Mainvilliers, a town in the Eure-et-Loir region of France, located southwest of Paris. The new wastewater treatment...
Submersible dry-well vs. traditional dry-well
The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) considers the differences between submersible dry-well and traditional dry-well pump installations, in relation to wastewater or storm-water pumping. ...
Sludge concerns
Nestled in the pastoral landscape of the Blue Lake Estates’ Community, a group of cautiously optimistic operators, officials and suppliers gathered around the Deer Haven lift station. The big question...
Prevent. Ensure. Protect.
When pumping systems experience water hammer, pulsation, vibration or non-steady flow, Blacoh can solve the problem, improve pump efficiency, increase longevity of system components, and prevent damage...
Isolating the issue
Huntingdon Fusion Techniques’ (HFT) USA partner COB Industries has recently helped solve a major environmental problem in a remote area of Oregon. Construction of a new access to the Willamette River...
Long term and liquid tight
A suite of Fibrelite and KPS products was adopted for a Cádiz filling station to eliminate potential installation issues and streamline site construction, providing a trustworthy long-term solution...