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  • Performance studies on solar water pumping systems
    The article 'Review of performance studies of direct coupled photovoltaic water pumping systems and case study' has been published in Elsevier journal Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
  • Performance evaluation of centrifugal slurry pumps
    The article 'Hydraulic performance and erosive wear of centrifugal slurry pumps – A review' has been published in the Elsevier journal Powder Technology.
  • Clean water for mums and babies at Kabul hospital
    In Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, 80% of the population lack access to safe drinking water and 95% have no access to good quality sanitation. So when a French non-profit organization wanted to open a new Mother and Child Centre there it knew it would increase demand for drinking water. It turned to a global water technology provider for help.
  • Review of multifunctional carbon nanotubes in water treatment
    This review surveys scientific advances in carbon nanotube (CNT) based water purification technologies, which remove organic, inorganic and biological water pollutants by innovative methods. This leads to a detailed understanding of the environmental fate, transport, and toxicity of CNTs.
  • Review of forward osmosis niches in seawater desalination and wastewater reuse
    This review focuses on the present status of forward osmosis (FO) niches in two main areas: seawater desalination and wastewater reuse. Energy, economics, and major challenges of FO systems are assessed, and a novel classification is provided for FO processes in the water industry.
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  • Data cooling centre goes green Data cooling centre goes green
    The cooling system at one of Google's latest data centres, in the Finnish town of Hamina, has gained plaudits from Greenpeace for its green credentials. High-performance pumps from a German manufacturer have been installed to cool the servers in the 9,000 m2 complex, giving Google a considerable green advantage.
  • Global compliance achieved in ballast water treatment
    Interim solutions can waste vessel owners’ time and money. Equipment should help a vessel’s ability to trade, and ensure full and reliable compliance. This article explains how the GEA BallastMaster marineX, aims for global standards in ballast water treatment.
  • Sustainable nutrient removal with IFAS Sustainable nutrient removal with IFAS
    Faced with the challenge of reducing the Total Maximum Daily Loads for nutrients and dissolved oxygen (DO) in the Indian River and Banana River Lagoons in East Central Florida, the City of Cocoa water reclamation plant selected the AnoxKaldnes Hybrid Biofilm Activated Sludge IFAS technology.
  • Sustainable solutions for rainwater capture Sustainable solutions for rainwater capture
    Both industrialised and non-industrialised countries are bearing the burden of repeated storms, floods, droughts and temperature extremes. Alex Stephenson, operations director of Hydro International’s UK Stormwater Division, looks at sustainable solutions being developed for flood control and surface water treatment.
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