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Recent research from Xylem has revealed significant opportunities for the global wastewater market to substantially cut its electricity-related emissions. Kieran Gagg, Transport Growth Centre Manager Western Region at Xylem, examines some of the areas where savings can be most rapidly achieved. ...
Posted 15 December 2016 by Alan Burrows
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Marta Perez, Technical Director of British Water writes: Every year there are approximately 366,000 sewer blockages in the UK – of which 80% are caused by fats, oils and grease. Around £88 million a year is spent on reactive blockage clearance, with further costs of clean-up after flood ...
Posted 14 March 2016 by Emily Simpson
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Richard Gueterbock, Director of Clearfleau discusses the UK Government's energy policy priorities. Despite the welcome conformation that Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will continue for a further four years, the Government needs to sort its energy policy priorities. It is backing expensive gas an ...
Posted 15 December 2015 by Emily Simpson
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Amber Carpenter, product specialist at Commercial Industrial Supply, explains why preventative maintenance plan is crucial to water treatment systems Your water treatment system has a dirty job — probably the dirtiest in your facility. It’s tough, important work, and that means ...
Posted 30 June 2015 by Alan Burrows
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Dave Brockway writes: This past summer it became obvious that it was time to replace 13 rotting windows in my house. Four companies came out to assess my situation and submit a quote. All the sales representatives knew their products well. All presented me with a final quotation and brochure before ...
Posted 08 October 2014 by Alan Burrows
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2013 was yet another year of consolidation for the filtration and separation sector. Here we list 12 acquisitions that took place within filtration and separation during 2013 – one for each month. A complete listing and analysis of 2013’s filtration and separation-related merger & ac ...
Posted 03 January 2014 by Roisin Reidy
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Content was written by Amanda Hill, content manager for Commercial Industrial Supply. The idea of reusing wastewater is not a new one. For decades governments and environmentalists have been pushing the idea of treating wastewater for other uses. In some instances, treated wastewater has been accep ...
Posted 16 December 2013 by Alan Burrows
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By Andrew Gooch of Filter Supermarket Filtration, in a general sense, can be defined as an operation with the aim of separating solids from fluids. It achieves this by a process of interposing a medium through which only the fluid can pass through, blocking the solid particles from passing through. ...
Posted 04 September 2013 by Mark Holmes
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  Filtration and separation equipment in the fine and bulk chemicals industries often has to achieve fine filtration in very hazardous and aggressive environments. This may be in terms of the substances themselves or the prevailing operating temperatures and conditions. Filtration in chemi ...
Posted 02 May 2013 by Mark Holmes
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The energy question is one that modern society continually has to contend with. While many forms of energy -old and new - are now in the mix, oil and gas still remain crucial to the energy needs of the world in 2013. Filtration in the extraction and processing of oil and gas and the treatment of pro ...
Posted 25 February 2013 by Mark Holmes
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By Dan Pikula, Filter Market Development Director, Franklin Adhesives & Polymers Given the range of adhesive technologies used in filter assembly, it’s no surprise that filter manufacturers aren’t always sure which ones work best for what applications. This blog post focus ...
Posted 31 January 2013 by Mark Holmes
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This year will be an exciting one for Filtration+Separation magazine. We celebrate our 50th Anniversary and we have some special editorial features lined up to look back over half a century of filtration developments and innovation. Our full features programme for 2013 can be found here. However, t ...
Posted 09 January 2013 by Mark Holmes
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With 2012 behind us, we've put together a list of 12 acquisitions that took place within the filtration industry during the year – one for each month. January 2012 Trojan Technologies seals Salsnes Filter acquisition   February 2012 Siemens acquires Cambridge Water Technolo ...
Posted 07 January 2013 by Roisin Reidy
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In no particular order, here is a selection of our most viewed feature articles on desalination over the past couple of years. 1. Desalination trends: What’s the future for desalination? What does the future have in store for desalination technology over the next 10-20 years? 2. Cost effect ...
Posted 30 November 2012 by Mark Holmes
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The final day of FILTRATION 2012 in Philadelphia is about to get underway. Some other interesting conference presentations so far have included 'Filter System for Space Habitat: Concept Design and Evaluation'. Dr. R Vijaykumar of Aerfil LLC gave an overview of work he has been undertaking to design ...
Posted 15 November 2012 by Mark Holmes
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FILTRATION 2012 has commenced in the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, USA. The conference programme this morning had a number of different presentations on the subject of filtration in automotive and transportation in general. One of these was an appeal from Judith Murawski, an Indus ...
Posted 15 November 2012 by Mark Holmes
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