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September 2012 eBulletin
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Welcome to the latest edition of the Pollution Solutions eBulletin providing the latest product updates and news across all industries who need to treat, clean and handle water, wastewater, soil, air and hazardous materials.
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Typical air pollution control projects focus on the capture mechanism and a destruction device. With regulations driving towards higher capture efficiencies, combustion devices must treat larger volumes of air with lower concentration of pollutants. The Anguil (USA) concentrator technol...
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A team of aerators and an ejector system from Tsurumi are providing efficient and maintenance-free service at a water-treatment plant in Tyumen City, Russia. The plant, which provides clean drinking water for thousands of people, was suffering from regular shutdowns and rising costs cau...
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A municipal wastewater treatment plant in a major town in the one of the Baltic Republics experienced a complete loss of nitrification during the recent winter. The main reasons for the loss of nitrification was the rapid drop in temperature of the influent, sludge washouts during perio...
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The event is the only one specialized exhibition on Waste Management and Recycling in Bulgaria and will be held from 29 until 31 May 2013 in Sofia with the support of the Bulgarian Ministry of Environment and Water. Due to its strategic location Bulgaria provides direct access to th...
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Costa Rica�s capital will be home to the country�s largest wastewater plant. The contract to design and build the Los Tajos wastewater treatment plant has been signed by Acciona Agua. The firm operates on five continents, and describes itself as concentrating on "water treatment and r...
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German airline Lufthsana has signed a biofuels collaboration agreement with Australian biofuels company Algae.Tec. According to their website, Algae.Tec.: �Offers a sustainable and renewable advanced algae-to-biofuels technology.� Lufthsana is a privately owned airline � the largest air...
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It�s easy to acknowledge the problems of urban living for a family, but the affects of noise pollution on animals is a trouble far less considered. A recent study from the University of Sheffield found that noise pollution has a severe negative impact on the level of attention that chi...
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The increase in the need for water treatment in cities overwhelmed with sewage is boosting the profits of one major builder of the facilities, it has been claimed. A Tech Wabag Ltd, which is currently India's biggest builder of water treatment plants, has revealed that it expects sales...
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Hundreds of fish have died following a leak in Surrey that resulted in a local river becoming contaminated. It occurred when sewage was discharged into the River Blackwater at Camberley, according to the Environment Agency, which was called in on Friday (September 7th) following concer...
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Bristol has opened its doors to residents to allow them to have a sneak peak at the city's inner-workings, which includes a tour of sewage treatment works in Avonmouth. Have you ever wondered how a city deals with the copious amounts of waste generated by residents? Well thanks to Brist...
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Sewage treatment works on the Isle of Man are to undergo a redevelopment, after local authorities judged that the wastewater management site had 'passed its design life'. Kirk Michael sewage treatment works are to be spruced up under new plans by the Isle of Man Water and Sewerage Auth...
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The municipal government of Shanghai has initiated plans to investigate the effect of noise pollution on the general public, Asia One has reported. Shanghai has long been victim to excessive noise levels emanating from streets and houses for some time now, and after years of being barra...
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An odour management agreement has been struck by an autoclave facility in Rotherham, after recycling firm Sterecycle experienced problems with its waste treatment plant. The Environment Agency was forced to step in after officers expressed concern about the amount of time Sterecycle hav...
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A new hazardous waste transfer station has started to be developed in Prescot, Merseyside, which will be capable of processing 69,000 tonnes of waste a year once completed. German-based waste and recycling firm Remondis are to build the new facility, which will be located at the site o...
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Several homes in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, are to have their gardens dug up over fears that contaminated land may still exist from railway sidings and a metal works factories that occupied the area before the homes were built. Oxford Mail has reported that dozens of homes in the area ar...
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The bourgeoning oil industry in Norway must have serious procedures in place for hazardous waste, Bellona�s Karl Kristensen has argued. Mr Kristensen was talking ahead of the ONS oil and gas conference, which kicks off today in Norway�s city of Stavanger, saying that there is a big requ...
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With an abundance of waste now being generated around the world, news of new waste management projects will be welcomed, ensuring that waste is not allowed to be wasteful. In America, Renmatix have entered a joint development agreement to explore the feasibility of converting post-cons...
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Countries in the European Union have been ranked on the effectiveness of their waste management systems. The European Commission has created the list in an attempt to improve efficiency of waste management practices across the continent. All 27 members are graded in the document, which...
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