Utilities commit to smart water installations to help avoid sewer spills
Water technology firm SDS has completed the installation of its latest smart rainwater management systems at homes in Forton, Lancashire, and Deal, Kent, as...
Sponsored Content: Tanks and Vessels project complete
Sponsored: Tanks and Vessels have just fabricated 7-off vessels for one of Europe’s largest chemical manufacturing companies.
A sustainable alternative to Portland cement for corrosive applications?
Sustainably produced concrete mixtures from mineral residues and waste materials could partially replace Portland cement-based concrete in the future, especially in application environments prone...
Sponsored Content: Sealing expert marks birthday
Winn & Coales International, a leading manufacturer and supplier of corrosion prevention, waterproofing and sealing products, is celebrating its 140th Anniversary.
Sponsored Content: Bespoke project completed
Tanks & Vessels have recently completed these 7-off, stainless 316, internal coil process vessels, which were fabricated bespoke for their customer in the chemical sector. From initial concept to final delivery their expert in house design and fabrication team have manufactured these vessels bespoke, to spec and on time to the customer’s project timeline.
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Yorkshire Water has partnered with Saveco in the deployment of a new sludge screen technology, a UK first.
Water technology firm Hydro International writes about recent success with cutting the Opex costs and carbon footprint at a wastewater treatment plant run by Scottish Water.
Ocean appointment: Fukushima water discharge facilities under construction
A coastal facility will dilute and release wastewater from the former nuclear plant at Fukushima Daiichi, beginning in Spring 2023. Not all dangerous isotopes will be removed, notably Tritium.
Water challenge presents opportunity for cross-sector innovators
Innovators from multiple sectors including energy, manufacturing, transport and food and beverage, could have the opportunity to share their condition monitoring solutions with every...
Pump expert unveils novel on-farm AD plant protector and biogas booster
Described as a one-step biogas optimisation solution, the WANGEN X-UNIT from anaerobic digestion (AD) pump specialist Agrico is said to protect AD plants from...
SPONSORED CONTENT: Contractor meets Southern Water’s EDM programmme
To meet the Environment Agency’s accelerated target that all Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) are fitted with Event Duration Monitoring (EDM) devices by 31 December 2023, Southern Water needs to install and/or upgrade EDM to 500 CSOs in AMP7 and has engaged Trant Engineering to develop a plan for their design, supply and installation.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Protection system chosen for RNLI site
The SeaShield 2000FD™ system from corrosion and sealing expert Winn & Coales (Denso) was recently specified for the protection of 31 jetty piles at the Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s (RNLI) station in Padstow, Cornwall.
Sponsored Content: Low energy mixers make the long haul
Fifteen years since a major UK water utility chose Landia as its framework supplier for anoxic mixers, over 200 of the units continue to work day and night across the region.
Ballast tanks keep gates open
ECS Engineering Services has completed an overhaul of the radial gate at Pillings on the River Soar in Leicestershire, a vital asset for controlling water levels upstream. The group has replaced the ballast tanks and carried out preventative maintenance on the gate for the EA.
Slurry spill precautions
Mark Horton of the conservation charity made the appeal to all farmers "to urgently check there is sufficient capacity in their slurry stores and that all above ground slurry tank valves are properly maintained and secure.”
In an investment worth tens of millions of pounds, a storage facility for the temporary storage of liquid CO2 will be constructed by Future Biogas by the end of 2024 on a dedicated site at Saltend, comprising up to 32 CO2 storage tanks.
Wastewater treatment presents one of the most corrosive industrial settings around. Constant exposure to moisture, harsh chemicals, and corrosive gases such as H2S poses an ongoing threat to components, equipment, and structures.
Coatings firm marks milestone
Premier Coatings is celebrating 40 years of trading this year. Founded in 1982 and operating from Smarden in Kent, the firm specialises in the manufacture and supply of a wide range of corrosion prevention and chemical resistant coatings, linings, and waterproofing systems.
Hull enhancement eliminates copper
A Danish biotech firm believes it may have found a way to eliminate copper from ship's paint, replacing it with a more sustainable and biodegradeable alternative: eelgrass acid.
The health and safety considerations of confined space entry for cleaning terminal storage tanks
A regular tank cleaning regime cuts cross-contamination risks, safeguards key components and detects structural issues that could trigger catastrophic leaks and spills. Without stringent...