An ambitious European wastewater treatment project has been speeded along because of the integration of Mitsubishi Electric control equipment.
Albion Valves has introduced a new range of solenoid valves to its extensive portfolio of products.
The energy efficient lighting solution installed at the Pumping Station has saved over £2,000 per annum in reduced energy usage
Rittal's CS New Basic aluminium enclosuresoffer clear advantages over conventional plastic or glass-fibre-reinforced enclosures
Mitsubishi Electric has upgraded the FR-F700-EC range of inverters with a number of functions that meet the specific needs of water and pumping applications.
The European Parliament (EP) wants tighter rules for the EU's growing output of waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE), while cutting red tape for companies. In a plenary vote MEPs proposed new targets for collecting, recycling and re-using waste. They also recommended tougher measures to prevent the export of e-waste to developing countries, where it can pose a health and environment hazard.
Ethernet communications have increased the reliability and improved the visibility of wastewater reporting at Newcastle International Airport
A new softstarter from ABB is helping Anglian Water safeguard its supply of water and wastewater services to the Lincoln region
Haigh Engineering Co Ltd has 50 years’ experience in helping water authorities control their waste water streams using inlet screens, as well as maceration and dewatering equipment. So when the company wanted to overhaul its control panels for wastewater treatment plants, it turned to Siemens Automation and Drives for a high technology solution that would increase control intelligence and functionality, ease fault-finding and reduce hard-wiring and assembly time
As a new five-year spending plan gets underway with the UK’s water companies, Tim Fryer spoke to Colin Cumming [Principal Electrical Engineer of Southern Water] about the implications for panel builders
As another piece of environmental legislation hits the construction industry Barry Rendell discusses whether panel builders can turn this to their advantage
Thames Water is investing millions of pounds to renew the water supply infrastructure around London. As part of this huge programme it is upgrading the controls at a series of pumping stations to Rockwell Automation’s Allen-Bradley CompactLogix controllers