It is predicted that the number of offshore platforms installed per year will double between 2011 and 2016, representing the continued growth in the offshore oil and gas sector. Driven by increasing global energy demand and technological improvements, E&P companies are increasingly exploiting deepwater fields and investing in solutions to maximise production from mature oilfields. This report will highlight the exciting opportunities for water companies to provide solutions to meet these market developments.
The breakthrough technology to address a global need for a more energy efficient aeration solution for wastewater treatment.
The OxyMem Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) can be deployed as a fully packaged secondary treatment solution. The OxyMem MABR combines biological treatment for carbon and nitrogen removal which brings the effluent to required discharge standards, all incorporated into a compact structure.
Water will be reclaimed for re-use on sporting fields and also meets the stringent effluent discharge standards. Nereda® technology was selected as a result of achieving both lower capital and operating costs than competing tenders.
Textile Exchange, an international nonprofit organization committed to a more sustainable textile industry, is releasing the results of an international Life Cycle Assessment that demonstrates the tangible benefits of organic cotton cultivation. The life cycle study tracked organic cotton fiber production and represents worldwide global production.
The giant solar receiver installed on a wheat field here in California’s agricultural heartland slowly rotates to track the sun and capture its energy. The 377-foot array, however, does not generate electricity but instead creates heat used to desalinate water.
Simply put, it stops hard water from eating up your plumbing.
And, by actively and passively delivering our special form of dietary magnesium, not only does the system neutralize lead, it also provides a fine coating inside your pipes that prevents corrosion, rust, and electrolytic degeneration. The resulting precipitation of beneficial dietary magnesium in water from the tap provides a commonly deficient dietary mineral.