Saturday, October 1, 2022

Sponsored content: Maximising thermal hydrolysis production with the correct pump

According to government sources, there are 7,078 sewage treatment works (STW) in England and Wales, and 10,814 STW in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Pumping...

Sponsored Content: Purifiers remove microplastics and PFAS

Independently verified research by Swedish water technology firm Bluewater has apparently verified the efficiency of its water purifier technology at removing up to 99.99% of health threatening microplastics and chemicals such as toxic PFAS from tap water.

Sponsored Content: Guardian2: The solution for multi-agent site monitoring

Casella continues to demonstrate its commitment to helping its customers reduce environmental risks from large construction projects with the Guardian2. The system allows the simultaneous monitoring and reporting of noise, dust, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and vibration as well as wind speed and direction for an all-encompassing assessment of emitted levels. The Guardian2 unit can be ordered with any combination of the mentioned sensors.

Sponsored Content: Heat regeneration should be key consideration

By Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers

Sponsored Content: Firm prioritises air quality

“At Air Spectrum Environmental, our priority is improving air quality in the industrial and workplace setting. Where possible, we believe that greening supply chains will make a huge difference to reduce or even eliminate emissions in our environment and improve occupational health and safety. This has become a focus for us as a product provider and as an organisation.”

Sponsored Content: MCERTS ensures best available technology for monitoring

ABB’s AWT420 Transmitter as well as the 100GP and 500 Pro pH sensors now join the WaterMaster Electromagnetic flowmeter and AST430 TSS sensor with MCERTS accreditation.

Sponsored Content: Budget-friendly clean air technology

Anua Clean Air UK is an established leader in the fields of high performance, low-cost odour and solvent emission abatement primarily based on its patented biofiltration and bio-scrubbing technologies.

Budget-friendly package for local authorities

With local councils in England being encouraged to apply for a share of a £7 million grant scheme with a brief to 'reduce the impact of air pollution on public health', the big question still remains: how can local authorities mitigate air pollution without carrying out hyperlocal monitoring to understand where the problem areas are and identify the pollution sources?

Sensing evolution

Last month we looked at global sensors leader Alphasense and their work within the Gas Safety sector. This month we take a closer look at the steps they are taking to support the global drive to improve air quality.

SPONSORED CONTENT: 10 things AQMesh did first

2022 marked 10 years of innovation and leadership from AQMesh. To highlight the group’s experience, ongoing forward-thinking and its commitment to pushing the capabilities...
The Alphasense manufacturing site in Braintree, Essex.

Detecting excellence

With an increasing variety of gas detection technologies in the market, matching technology to application has never been more important. Alphasense is a UK based company whose expertise and in-house capabilities have made it a trusted go-to for OEM developers of gas monitoring instruments.
Gas monitor

Sponsored content: Visualising the invisible – Umicore shines a light on gas sensors at...

Many industries operate in hazardous environments. From oil and gas mining, refineries, and utilities, to food production, shipping and construction, exposure to harmful gases is common and there is a host of reasons for wanting to monitor colourless gases, as Umicore writes.

SPONSORED CONTENT: Membrane filtration supports optimal solution in Abu Dhabi

Research university NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) recently commissioned filtration specialist Axium Process to develop, manufacture and supply a range of bespoke membrane filtration and ion exchange pilot systems suitable for detailed investigations over a wide range of industrial, environmental, and process-based applications.

SPONSORED CONTENT: The importance of heat exchanger aftercare

When considering the purchase of a heat exchanger or processing system, there are many considerations to be made, but the follow-up service and aftercare are not always considered, although they are crucial both during delivery and commissioning, but also further into the future.

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: Water jetting safety and quality get a training boost

More hands-on refresher training and digital technology are among improvements being made to water jetting courses to help contractors enhance the quality and safety of services they deliver.

SPONSORED CONTENT: A fluid management “masterpiece”

The demand for off-site, fully packaged plant rooms has risen, and the construction industry is challenging fluid management specialists to find new, high-performance pre-fabricated plant and pump solutions.

SPONSORED CONTENT: Pumps installed to clear tunnels

A specialist in temporary pump solutions, Vanderkamp describes work recently carried out at Thames Water Coppermills Treatment Works on behalf of Barhale.

SPONSORED CONTENT: Gas detection growth

OBW Technologies says it continues to stimulate growth and innovation while solidifying itself as a market leader in gas detection.

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.