Caterpillar equipment

Training scheme for waste drivers

THE company that distributes Caterpillar equipment in the UK has launched a tailor-made training programme for the waste sector in a move to help...

When time is of the essence

Brawoliner 3D, a liner that is gaining increased acceptance with drainage maintenance and repair companies, was called into action for a project to rehabilitate...
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‘It’s vital to work together’

TRUNK main monitoring expert Syrinix welcomed nearly 40 water management professionals to its first innovation conference recently to share knowledge of utility infrastructure management. The...
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Piping hot at Premier Inn

GPS PE Pipe systems has helped Premier Inn with its £125m airport build programme by supplying products for the water and gas infrastructure at...
Nexcom VMC 1000

In-cab computer for vehicle fleets

RUGGED Mobile Systems has announced an all-in-one, in-vehicle computer with touchscreen display and telematics support that runs Windows XP and Windows 7 operating systems. The...

Research confirms ‘total kill’ abilities

INDEPENDENT scientific testing of a diesel biocide has confirmed its effectiveness in ensuring a ‘total kill’ of contaminant micro-organisms that may be present in...
Johnson Metals

Handler is prepared for a scrap

A scrap handling specialist has boosted its equipment fleet with the addition of a new telescopic handler. Johnson Metals Ltd of Bridgwater, Somerset, is using...
Biffa

Vehicle technology helps cut fuel costs

WASTE management company Biffa has appointed CMS SupaTrak to provide fuel-saving and carbon-reducing technology across its fleet of vehicles. The cuts are achieved through EcoTrak...
Camplas Technology

Tanks for the memory

Camplas Technology is playing the numbers game this year as it celebrates 45 years of tank production at its Bridgend factory. The landmark is underlined...
Kirk

Silos hit the heights in Fife

KIRK Environmental reports that construction is “well underway” on its part of a £200m biomass plant in Scotland. Work on the three woodchip storage silos...
TankCare UK

Resilience is critical

TankCare UK has launched a fuel quality conditioning pack as an approved upgrade for tanks used to store gas oil and diesel. The pack works...
Forbes

A Total solution for safety bund

THIRTY years after launching its Minibulk range of storage and process tanks in polypropylene and HDPE, Forbes has developed a new product with an...
Grindex

Latest micro, mini and molid model pumps from Grindex

Grindex believes it is setting new standards in the small pump market with the launch of the latest Micro, Mini, and Solid models. The...

They’re in their element

Burkert is receiving positive user feedback for a new range of valves. THE plaudits are coming in for the company’s Element Type 8802 clean line...

New package tackles an unpleasant task

Transferring untreated wastewater and effluent from locations where there is insufficient gravity flow into a mains sewer can cause big problems for operators of...

Börger’s brace cures problems

BÖRGER’S rotary lobe pumps have solved an irritating ragging problem at Severn Trent Water’s Earl Shilton sewage treatment works in Leicestershire. Replacing progressive cavity pumps...
Flygt Service

Upgrade scheme in a race against the clock

Flygt flew to the rescue when a holiday home and caravan park in Cumbria decided to update its 18 sewerage pumping stations. CLOSE to Lake...
Flygt’s 2600 drainage pump series

Pumped up for action

A new trio of sludge pumps for rental or purchase has been added to Flygt’s 2600 drainage pump series. The portable multi-purpose models have been...
Ward Recycling

A growing relationship

A 15-YEAR relationship between a recycling company and a German manufacturer has continued with a recent order for three materials handlers. Ward Recycling, a family-owned...
Cumbria Waste Management

Loading shovel in UK debut with waste firm

CUMBRIA Waste Management has taken delivery of the first machine of its kind in the UK. The deal is part of a “significant” investment...