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The leading on-line news service for environmental professionals. The latest Water and Wastewater headlines.
Geotech's international sales of the portable biogas analyser go from strength to strength
A year after launch, Geotech have just sold the latest portable biogas analyser, the BIOGAS 5000, to its 57th new country. Customers across six continents searching for an all-encompassing portable biogas analyser are satisfied that they have found their solution in the BIOGAS 5000, with the latest units shipped to Kazakhstan.
Business to save £1bn from simplifying environmental regs says Defra
Simplifying environmental rules and regulations could save businesses more than £1bn over 10 years, Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said today.
CEOs in powerful position to unlock sustainable transformation
CEOs should take advantage of their ability to create "powerful mechanisms" that can drive meaningful change across the corporate sustainability landscape, a leading CSR authority has said.
Water firms must 'share' supplies to improve resilience says EA chief
Water companies must secure water supplies against a changing climate and a growing population, says chairman of the Environment Agency (EA) Lord Chris Smith.
Ofwat chief exec Regina Finn resigns
Ofwat has announced its chief exec Regina Finn has tendered her resignation and will exit her role at the regulator in November this year.
Abbey Metals fined more than £130,000 for river pollution after fire
Abbey Metals Limited has been ordered to pay a £133,000 fine and £33,000 in costs for polluting the River Anker, following a fire at one of its operating sites in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
Brands signal firm intent to 'sex up' sustainability
Brand leaders have signed up to a new initiative which aims to mainstream sustainability by making it sexy and aspirational to consumers.
Doosan Enpure Opens New Offices & R&D Centre in Birmingham
Doosan Enpure recently opened new offices in Birmingham, the event being attended by the Head of the Water BG Group from its headquarters in Seoul, Mr Seokwon Yun.
AB World Foods will save 708 tonnes of CO2 with Spirax Sarco steam trap management
A Spirax Sarco steam trap management contract is projected to save AB World Foods 236 tonnes of CO2 a year, for the next three years.
New Hydro StormTrain Series - a SuDS-Compliant Toolbox for Surface Water Treatment
Hydro International is launching The Hydro StormTrain Series, a comprehensive toolbox of surface water treatment devices in anticipation of the growing need to remove silts, sediments and other pollutants from stormwater runoff.
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