Environmental science is a vast and increasingly important field. The design and implementation of policies to protect our health and environment rely on environmental analysis. In turn, environmental scientists require suitable analytical methods and techniques to monitor the effects of environmental contaminants.
Gathering and managing water compliance data can be a tedious and complex task, but it doesn’t have to be. Klir has developed a data management platform that makes compliance cost-effective and straightforward, so water utilities can maintain an uninterrupted flow of clean, safe water.
The utility costs associated with treating wastewater is our biggest challenge at this point. We want to try and treat wastewater with an effective use of resources, in terms of water, electricity, natural gas, human resources, and using the best technologies, whilst also keeping the costs to a minimum.
Researchers have been attempting to purify lead contaminated water using bio-material, such as the Funaria hygrometrica moss.
A new enzyme that can degrade PET plastic which is commonly found in disposable plastic bottles is a revolutionary breakthrough for recycling plastics.
Solving Refuse Derived Fuel Problems
From Inciner8 Limited
Better Data Management Makes Water Utility Compliance Easier and Cheaper
Turning Wastewater into Renewable Energy
Researchers Synthesize Catalyst to Eliminate Pollutants from Vehicle Exhaust at Ambient Temperature
New Joint UK-China Research Centre Open to Opportunity of $100bn Offshore Wind Market
From ORE Catapult
Research Finds Out How Ability of Microbes to Eat Electricity Fixes Carbon Dioxide
Researchers Observe Climate Control Features in Termite Nests
Technological Innovations by DREAM Project Help Control Emissions from Ceramic Kilns
UN University Launches Online Tool to Assist Countries in Meeting the 2030 Goal—Clean Water, Sanitation for All
Incorporating Current Decadal Climate Prediction Could Improve Baseline Skill of Terrestrial Water Storage Prediction
Effect of Virtual Energy on Global Trade
Making Disposable Products or Bioplastic Films from Fruit Waste
Zonetta E. English
Zonetta English discusses her goal to find the ideal technology to turn wastewater into renewable energy. Her findings on thermal hydrolysis will be discussed at Pittcon 2019.
Geoff Pocock, Managing Director and Founder of the Hazer Group talks to AZoCleantech about how the Hazer Process is producing clean hydrogen with Near-Zero Carbon Emissions.
Dr Michael Hardman
Dr Michael Hardman from the School of Enviroment and Life Sciences from Salford University talks to AZoCleantech about relocating the growing of food to urban areas.
Rooftop monitoring system for photovoltaic systems.
The ADU-500 Data Logger is an ultra-low power, wireless RTU with data logging and alarming capabilities. The battery-powered RTU integrates two analog inputs, three digital inputs, one pulse counter input and several excitation options for powering measuring transducers.
The compact and intuitive Durasens™ LSP-T series Diamond ATR Analyzers have been expertly designed for the quick and simple analysis of liquids, emulsions, pastes, gels oils and slurries via mid-IR FTIR spectroscopy.
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