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    COVID-19 Shutdown Can Make Buildings Sick

    When buildings stand virtually abandoned due to pandemic stay-at-home orders, water stops flowing through their plumbing and bad things start to happen inside the pipes. Harmful chemicals begin to build up and potentially pathogenic microorganisms start to grow. It takes only days for dangerous concentrations to form, but many buildings will remain closed for months. How serious might the problem ...


    By Fluence Corporation

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    Niramax overhauls SRF production line with new shredding technology

    Waste management specialist The Niramax Group, has overhauled its alternative fuel production line with the switch to new shredding technology. The move is expected to boost capacity for the Hartlepool-headquartered organisation, by as much as 30% per year.Previously operating a high-speed system to transform pre-sorted commercial and industrial waste into a refined SRF for use in combined heat ...


    By UNTHA UK LTD

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    Veolia Water Technologies & Urban Utilities to install Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream ANITA Mox treatment plant

    Veolia Water Technologies and Urban Utilities are working to install Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream ANITA™ Moxtreatment plant this year. A first-of-its-kind in Australia, this organic and environmentally-focused technology is an exciting development for the wastewater ...


    By Veolia Water Technologies

  • Oilfield Housing and the Boom-Bust Cycle

    The boom-bust cycle in the oil and gas industry is nothing new. Until COVID-19 shut-downs recently tanked oil prices, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) was driving an ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • DMT Environmental Technology; Circular Economy for Amsterdam

    In the metropolitan area of Amsterdam, households and (cargo) cars are going to be supplied with green gas. Optimizing and transforming the current Sewage Water Treatment Plant of Amsterdam with the latest state of the art technology, green gas will be produced in the nearby future. This will be a significant contribution towards a more circular economy and a reduction of GHG emission by lowering ...

  • Impacts of COVID-19 on ESG and Clean Technologies

    by Michael Zimmer,  Washington Counsel, Microgrid Institute Recent surveys of various market responses indicate the current global focus on environment, social and governance (ESG) issues will continue and likely increase with additional market-based tools in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and economic collapse . Activist ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • North America Region to Largely Contribute to the Growth of the Global Landfill Gas Market, Notes Fact.MR

    Increasing demand for alternative energy sources has prompted the use of landfills containing biodegradable materials in production of combustible gases. A mixture of these gases, which is collectively identified as landfill gas, is used as a key source of supplying hydrocarbons in production of heat and other forms of energy. Governments from several parts of the world are adopting measures ...


    By Fact.MR

  • Organic waste specialists collaborate in £1.25m global food waste project

    Organic waste and Waste-to-Energy technology specialist Tidy Planet has partnered with shredding expert UNTHA UK, to supply an industrial-scale solution for a new multi-million-pound Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) at a gas pipeline expansion project in Indonesia. Macclesfield-headquartered Tidy Planet has previously worked on a variety of composting projects in the global oil and gas ...


    By Tidy Planet Limited

  • Nothing’s Impossible! COVID-19 Can`t Stop Lindner Recyclingtech from Commissioning Shredders using Modern Tools

    A new shredder to transform waste into alternative fuels had been ordered and delivered, the facility’s retrofitting was in full swing – and then came the coronavirus lockdown. That was the problem facing the German waste management company Hündgen in Swisttal-Ollheim. But thanks to state-of-the-art communication software and remote service tools, the new Lindner Micromat 2500 is ...


    By Lindner-Recyclingtech GmbH

  • Organic waste specialists collaborate in £1.25m global food waste project

    Organic waste and Waste-to-Energy technology specialist Tidy Planet has partnered with shredding expert UNTHA UK, to supply an industrial-scale solution for a new multi-million-pound Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) at a gas pipeline expansion project in Indonesia. Macclesfield-headquartered Tidy Planet has previously worked on a variety of composting projects in the global oil and gas ...


    By Tidy Planet Limited

  • Record UK Aluminium Packaging Recycling Rate

    The aluminium packaging recycling rate in the United Kingdom rose to a record high of 56% in 2019, up from 52% in 2018 (Environment Agency data published by National Packaging Waste Database (NPWD and reported on the Alupro website). The business recycling target of 61% was also exceeded by 2%. The amount of aluminium packaging sold in the UK continues to grow annually, reaching 207,000 tonnes in ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • COVID-19 Shows Energy Resiliency, Renewables & Storage is Crucial to Emergency Preparedness

    As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages communities around the world, technology is playing a crucial role in helping us access information, conduct business and connect with others. The catastrophic impact on lives, jobs and savings, the shortages in raw materials and finished goods, and the severe strains on healthcare, remind us that we can’t always count on centralized resources and the ...


    By Simpliphi Power, Inc.

  • Low-NOx emissions control: major power plants of Hong Kong select ENVEA

    Combustion of coal for electricity generation inevitably leads to emission of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) and other air pollutants.  To improve the air quality, the HK Special Administrative Region (SAR) Government has been tightening emission allowances from the power plants and set extremely strict limits in terms of industrial emissions for new projects of thermal electric power stations. That ...


    By ENVEA

  • Forrec solutions for tyre recycling

    Data updated to 2017 certify that in one year 3,424,500 tons of end-of-life tyres were produced with a 4% increase over the previous year. This is why the issue of proper disposal of end-of-life tyres is becoming increasingly crucial in the ...


    By Forrec srl

  • Food Recycling Machine Sales to Grow on the Back of Growing Investments in Sustainable Solutions

    Fact.MR’s recent study on food waste recycling machine market foresees a promising growth, driven by proactive initiatives for fostering environmental sustainability. An amalgamation of pivotal aspects, ranging from launch of legislation around food waste to rising proclivity for recycling activities, is anticipated to underpin growth potential of the market. The Fact.MR research ...


    By Fact.MR

  • Interview with Marco Zoccarato, CEO of Forrec

    The Italian magazine "RECOVER" has interviewed Marco Zoccarato - CEO of Forrec - about the treatment of tires, which has always been a difficult waste to treat and that, if left in landfills, can become a source of diseases due to stagnation of water and can be very dangerous in case of fire. Tyre disposal is a complex subject. The ELT recovery ...


    By Forrec srl

  • Hydrex Chemical Solutions: Securing recovery plans of all customers

    Many companies have been impacted by the confinement period, with some installations idled or completely shut down. When restarting the activity, malfunctioning of critical equipment (boilers, blowers, cooling towers, wastewater treatment installations, process water production, etc.) could hinder their ramp up.  With Hydrex® Chemical Solutions, Veolia Water Technologies offers a ...


    By Veolia Water Technologies

  • Thomasnet features the new FCX80 Free-Chlorine Analyzer with 128-x-64 Pixel LCD Display

    Ideal for Chemicals, Electric Power Generation, Food Processing, Oil/Gas Refining, Pharmaceuticals, Pulp/Paper and More Wherever free chlorine is measured to assure water purity, cleanliness or disinfection in hazardous industrial processes and plants, the FM/ATEX/IECEx approved Model FCX80 Free-Chlorine ...

  • CPI Replaces Heat Exchanger at Animal Feed Supplement Manufacturer

    Catalytic Products International (CPI) recently completed the rebuild of a CPI QUADRANT SR-13,000 SCFM Recuperative Thermal Oxidizer at a Southern USA animal health and nutrition company for the abatement of odors, VOCs and ammonia from ...

  • Oil and Gas Product News features Model FCX80 Free-Chlorine Analyzer

    Wherever free chlorine is measured to assure water purity, cleanliness or disinfection in hazardous industrial processes and plants, the FM/ATEX/IECEx approved Model FCX80 Free-Chlorine Analyzer from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD), ...

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