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Mid-South Synergy in Montgomery, TX, operates a water service area with more than 5,000 metering points. The utility was looking for a solution that would give them a detailed overview of their distribution network with realtime information and smart alarms, which would help save resources.
A liquid-to-water heat pump utilizes and draws the energy from any giving liquid and then deliver is to a water born system, like radiators. The energy can come from a variety of sources including slurry, excess process water or trough hoses in the ground. It can be done based upon two needs: cooling or heating. […]
Rural Ugandan fishing villages along Lake Victoria did not have easy access to safe water. The lake is polluted from industrial waste and causes serious or deadly waterborne diseases when ingested. In 2015 the Iceland government funded a 4-year Water, Sanitation and Health (WASH) project to help the area.
The Inland Bioenergy anaerobic digestion facility in Chino, operated by ES Engineering, has capacity to process up to 200,000 gallons/day of liquid food waste. Four 15,000-gallon tanks receive macerated commercial food waste from various sources. Those contents feed into a 140,000-gallon equalization tank, which in turn feeds one of two 1.2 million gallon anaerobic digesters. […]
Biogas Energy have built an anaerobic digestion (AD) facility at North State Rendering in Oroville, California that is already paying dividends, with uninterrupted biogas generating electricity, fuelling trucks and running boilers. “For a rendering plant, biogas is a natural fit”, says Brian Gannon of Biogas Energy. “North State Rendering were looking for ways to cut […]
The Municipality of Aarhus has a vision of making the city an even more attractive place to live through its climate adaptation projects, and the local water utility, Aarhus Vand, works closely together with the municipality to fulfill this vision. Together, they make rainwater a visible element in the form of rainwater lakes, rainwater beds […]
HOFOR, Greater Copenhagen Utility, is in the process of modernizing and introducing softening of the drinking water at its waterworks. Marbjerg Waterworks was the first of HOFOR’s waterworks to be renovated back in 2015, and HOFOR is currently starting up the new softening plant at the waterworks. Protection of the environment and the drinking water has been the main priority in the design of Marbjerg Waterworks
The HyProvide™ A-Series is available in standardized, modular configurations for maximum efficiency, versatility and scalability. Next-generation technology makes the A-Series the most efficient alkaline electrolyser available today. And the unit is designed from the ground up to accommodate the input fluctuations that come with renewable energy sources. The result is consistently high output, very low […]
In collaboration with Harvard University’s Office for Sustainability, Danish Management (DM) conducted a pilot project that included a materiality assessment, aligning the University-wide Sustainability Plan with the Sustainable development Goals (SDGs). The aim of this project was to show how the SDGs can be utilized as a tool to align Harvard’s decentralized campus around a […]
Industrial production around the globe must comply with increasingly strict emissions standards by filtering more gases and particles out of flue gases. This is challenging in high-dust production such as waste-to-energy plants, steel and cement plants, biomass-based power plants and many other industrial facilities. At a medical waste incinerator in Thailand, 312 CataFlex™ filter bags […]
While CO2 emissions from cement production are a global challenge, NOx emissions are more of a local and regional challenge. NOx-related issues, such as smog pollution, have a direct impact on public health for communities near cement facilities. Cement producers around the world are aiming to lower their NOx emissions as local authorities are tightening […]
For several years, MOL Nordic Tankers, Dania Ship Management and Danfoss IXA have been cooperating on testing new innovative technology for monitoring emissions from vessels on an ongoing basis. The result is a front-runner solution to ensure global enforcement of the IMO’s requirements for sulphur emissions. To test the solution, the sensor equipment from Danfoss […]
The two ferries Aurora and Tycho Brahe, operated by ForSea, were once entirely depended on diesel. Today, they have been rebuilt to battery-power. The ferries carries millions of passengers and cars a year across the narrowest part of the Oresund strait from the Danish town of Helsingør to Helsingborg in Sweden. Four containers on the […]
Denmark consists of many islands, which are mostly served by old, noisy and polluting ferries. As part of a state funded project, Exilator installed their exhaust cleaning system on both main engines and generators of the M/F Isefjord, and the results were remarkable. Owners, captains, crew, passengers, the port, nearby restaurants and inhabitants were all […]