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Filtration and Separation features, July 2015

2016 preview: above and below ground flood defences

An article sample from an upcoming Filtration+Separation issue on a £4.28m flood defence project in two historic London parks.

 
Slovenian villages connect to mains sewage treatment

Mains sewage treatment is being brought to three villages in Slovenia for the first time with the help of a packaged treatment plant manufactured in the UK

 

Richard Gueterbock, director of Clearfleau, explains how on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) works and highlights three examples of companies adopting the tec

 

In 2016 Filtration+Separation will continue to bring you the latest industry updates. Here's a preview of a significant development in the wastewater secto

 

Another sample from our upcoming Filtration+Separation issue: top tips on the importance of a thorough preventative maintenance for water treatment systems

 

A sample of the cover story from our upcoming Filtration+Separation issue: the advantages of single-use systems in biotechnology and what this means for ce

 

Some 400 Lewabrane elements produced by specialty chemicals company LANXESS have been reliably treating brackish water in a new industrial-scale plant in S

 

Nitrate levels at Yorkshire Water’s Tophill Low water treatment works (WTW), UK, are now well within Drinking Water Inspectorate water quality limits, than

 

Eclipse Magnetics have recently supplied a manufacturer of premium tubular solutions, Vallourec, with a fully automated magnetic filter.

 

This article looks at how process industries are utilising the significant advantages of made-to-measure filter media, which are making processes a great d

 

A Taiwan-based manufacturer of touch panel screens, notebook covers and related electronics equipment reached out to Eaton to help it reduce environmental

 

This article sees how Xylem has been commissioned to deliver a unique water reuse solution to help increase the supply of purified, recycled water in Los A

 

Clearfleau has announced the start of construction for the UK’s first anerobic digestion (AD) plant to convert bio-degradable cheese production residues in

 

When the United States city of Delaware decided to introduce a new water treatment system, the challenge was to ensure a reliable, potable supply to a popu

 

Special EFX, was high on the agenda when developing a new water treatment plant at its facility in Stratford-upon-Avon. By installing a specialist evaporat

 

Regulations designed to reduce emissions from coal and oil-fired power stations have been imposed by the UK government. The facilities had a choice of comp

 

Neil Burns, co-founder and director of Croft Filters, looks at how Dixon Rings can be used in a number of applications, from counter-current absorption to

 

Creating new revenue streams and providing substantial cost containment for customers, the OilPaq automatically increases the customer's profitability.

 

The size of the automotive oil filter market in Russia may shrink in the near future due to the crisis in the country’s industry, according to industry exp

 

In this article Anthony Bennett provides a review of innovations in desalination and water reuse technology following conversations with Abdullah Al-Alshai

 

This article sees how a customised Grundfos pumping system integrates engineering, intelligent controls and multiple pumps to help a Montana community impr

 

A luxury Swiss watch manufacturer was looking to replace their plant with a compact filter system that would guarantee a greater filter fineness at the sam

 

Lay summary by Juan Serrano

 

HEPA filter housings are mandatory in bio-safety laboratories class BSL 3 (exhaust air) and BSL 4 (supply and exhaust air).

 

The world’s largest precision grinding machine has been installed at a German grindery.

 

Fruit production requires large amounts of fresh water for washing, sorting and packing.

 

Breweries need power to manufacture their products and power plants need consistent, high-quality water to operate effectively.

 

Turning production waste into renewable energy has become the holy grail of modern manufacturing but every type of plant faces different challenges on how

 

Phosphorous is a valuable raw material for the production of many manufactured goods and an important resource needed to support both animal and crop produ

 
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