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Solutions for the Generation of Energy from Waste and Wastewater

Solutions for the Generation of Energy from Waste and Wastewater
WELTEC BIOPOWER will present its mature procedures for the efficient utilisation of waste and wastewater for the generation of energy at this year's IFAT from 30 May to 3 June in Munich, Germany. At this industry platform for environment technologies (Hall B3, Stand 205), the German biogas plant manufacturer will show visitors its tried-and-test process technology for the installation and upgrade of anaerobic energy plants.
28th April 2016

Generation Game

Generation Game
One of the principles regularly quoted by plant engineers is: ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’. This isn’t always appropriate but when it is, it can relate to machinery that has delivered over 10, 20 or even 30 years with almost total reliability. The question is, what happens when the equipment’s age becomes an issue in itself? 
26th April 2016

Jet Edge’s Jaimie Larson Named Chamber’s Young Professional of the Year

Jet Edge’s Jaimie Larson Named Chamber’s Young Professional of the Year
The I-94 West Chamber of Commerce recently honored Jet Edge Sales & Marketing Assistant Jaimie Larson as its 2016 Young Professional of the Year. 
26th April 2016


Amec Foster Wheeler wins FEED contract to modernise major Azerbaijan oil refinery

Amec Foster Wheeler wins FEED contract to modernise major Azerbaijan oil refinery
Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract to modernise the Heydar Aliyev Oil Refinery (HAOR) in Baku, Azerbaijan. The contract, awarded by the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR), is part of a major investment to increase the refinery’s capacity and improve the quality of the fuel produced.
26th April 2016

Electrically conductive Graphene ink enables printing

Electrically conductive Graphene ink enables printing
A presentation that describes the development of roll-to-roll gravure printing of biosensors based upon electrically conductive graphene structures and adherence proteins has been described by Haydale. The described development was a result of a project undertaken by a consortium of organisations** lead by the Frauhofer Institut fur Biomedizinische Technik (IBMT) and involving Haydale in the development of biocompatible and electrically conductive graphene ink suited for gravure printing.
25th April 2016

Rotork Client Support Programme at VTTI Vasiliko oil terminal

Rotork Client Support Programme at VTTI Vasiliko oil terminal
VTTI B.V., has awarded a Client Support Programme (CSP) contract to Rotork for the maintenance of critical valve actuation assets at the VTTV Oil Storage Terminal in Cyprus.
20th April 2016

‘Pee power’ researchers turn urine into sustainable power source

‘Pee power’ researchers turn urine into sustainable power source
Researchers at the University of Bath have developed an innovative miniature fuel cell that can generate electricity from urine, creating an affordable, renewable and carbon-neutral way of generating power.
20th April 2016

Sharing a shrinking market across the steel industry

Over recent weeks the steel industry has been dominating our news headlines and yet the problems it faces have been long in the making.
20th April 2016

Weltec Biopower reports two new contracts

Weltec Biopower reports two new contracts
In view of the ongoing debate about a new feed-in tariff (FIT) system, the development of renewable energies in the UK is becoming ever more challenging. Thus, most anaerobic digestion plants are currently implemented by experienced companies. After all, quick planning and construction are a must in order to benefit from the calculated FIT. Against this backdrop, the plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER UK Ltd. from Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, has reported the placement of orders for two new agricultural biogas plant projects in England and Northern Ireland.
20th April 2016

Meeting the demand for more complex process control systems

Meeting the demand for more complex process control systems
Process control systems in almost every industry are becoming more complex; they are subject to greater scrutiny due in part to the demand for improved efficiency, regulatory compliance and higher levels of automation and plant integration. The need for bespoke or low volume system design is also growing as a result. Bürkert has addressed this challenge by developing the Systemhaus approach, where regional technology solutions centres sit between the sales offices and larger-scale manufacturing facilities, solving problems and building innovative systems on-demand.
19th April 2016


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