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New ‘flow battery’ could charge electric vehicles in seconds, say researchers

A new type of energy storage system could revolutionise energy storage and drop the charging time of electric cars from hours to seconds, claim...

Showcasing materials transformation in Derbyshire

For those concerned with transforming feed materials into valuable products, the capabilities of a new range of transformers from processing technology firm ALLU were...

Mobile screening unit offers “fast and inexpensive” option

The Ultra Sep 325 Dual Separation Mobile Screening Unit Screening, dewatering and separation equipment manufacturer DBS Processing has released what it says is the firm's...

Fatberg removal firm invests in hydro cleaning combination mini unit

Eastbourne-based CountyClean Group - the firm behind the discovery and removal of a recent (celebrated?) fatberg for Thames Water - has invested in a...

Assessing the Scottish Government’s ambitions for transport electrification: Realistic or not?

Neil Bruce of Edinburgh based law firm Burness Paull LLP takes an in-depth look at what is needed in terms of policy and investment...

Slimline pump suggested for landfill and remediation sites

Small diameter pumps provide flows up to 30 GPM in smaller risers without a control panel The SlimJim™ Electric Pump Systems, from QED Environmental Systems...

End-of-life bin lorry refitted to operate electrically

A refuse collection vehicle at the end of its normal working life has been repowered with an electric motor and is due to shortly...

Falmouth firm wins Queen’s Award for chemical metering pump

Pump manufacturer Watson-Marlow has been honoured with a Queen’s Award in the category "Enterprise: Innovation 2018". This category rewards world class innovation coupled with...

Water-carrying robot tested in India

Residents of a remote Indian village are seemingly the grateful recipients of a robot to help them carry water from remote locations, a daily and burdensome routine.

Cold water storage tank tests overlook possible presence of pathogenic bacteria

Water-borne bacteria that occur in drinking water storage tanks could be missed by standard health and safety tests

Steel expertise

Stainless steel offers many advantages for fabrication projects, with corrosion resistance being one of the most important, says A&J Fabtech.

New waterproofing and concrete protection for wastewater plants

With MasterSeal 7000 CR, BASF is announcing an innovation to protect concrete and steel structures in extreme wastewater environments.

Space-saving separator

Sites with restricted space and access can mitigate the risk of hazardous oil pollution with BoxSep, a new space-saving separator from environmental services provider, Adler & Allan.

Tanks specialist expands into pipework

Balmoral Tanks has expanded into the pipe arena with the acquisition of Servomac Ltd, the Chesterfield-based pipework specialist, for an undisclosed sum.

The importance of bridge prevention in sewage sludge handling applications

Solids content of sludge cake in sewage sludge handling operations is a persistent problem. High-solids sludge leads to bridging, which in turn can lead...

Firms prepare for The Pump Centre event in Telford on 3 May

Pump solutions suppliers are hoping for a busy day at The Pump Centre conference and exhibition at the Telford International Centre on Thursday 3...

A “true beast of a shear” for scrap processing and demolition

The CI series of scrap shears from Italian hydraulic attachment manufacturer VTN Europe have been re-invented and remodelled with the introduction of the new...

German firm extols the merits of stainless steel

German stainless steel products supplier Erich Stallkamp will be exhibiting a number of tank products aimed at the wastewater industry at the forthcoming IFAT...

Valve actuation at the centre of advanced oil tanker VOC emission control system

Minimising the emissions of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) from oil tankers during the fluctuating ambient conditions experienced during sea voyages is vitally important from...

Control system reduces SPS call-out costs through predictive maintenance

Measurement and control firm Pulsar Process Measurement offers a recent case study, where one of its control system products helped reduce the costs associated...