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New plastic scrap marketplace is launched

One California company is looking to match buyers with sellers more easily

Vortex pump featuring an open, recessed impeller

Warman WRR pump uses a vortex to move slurry through the unit, created by an impeller which sits outside of the main flow path

Advances in filter technology for industrial water processing

In light of growing global resource shortages and the cost of processing ‘new’ fresh water, effective treatment of used water or water for non-potable use is vital to reducing overall process costs

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Scott Safety back at A+A

Safety expert launching new respirator range at show

M2M communications brings sophistication to the water industry

The ‘Internet of Things’ is coming to the water industry, delivering new levels of data that will enable water companies to control remote assets with increased sophistication and minimise risk, writes Jeremy Shinton

Compliance drives wastewater treatment interest

Automation is a central issue when it comes to wastewater treatment, especially in terms of control and monitoring, increasing capacity, improving effluent quality, and meeting environmental compliance standards

A steel mill's scale solution reduces water treatment costs

Strict environmental regulations require companies in Northern Europe to clean spent process water before release into rivers and sewers. Ideally, all process water should be recycled in a closed loop. In practice it needs to be 'bled' out and treated

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