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- German research company IES develops technology to mine sea water
- Cimbria Consulting teams up with KETOS for promotion of smart water monitoring solutions
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Polyethylene Playing Key Role in Conservation
This paper provides an overview of the condition of the nations water infrastructure and the need to replace piping systems with materials that do not leak.
Water Pipe Network Monitoring and Leak Detection
Aquarius Spectrum Ltd is a leading provider of advanced leak detection solutions for water loss reduction, burst prevention, pipe condition assessment, optimising maintenance and operational costs.
Water Treatment Application Note
Wastewater and potable water treatment facilities produce and use various toxic and explosive gases such as methane, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, chlorine and ozone.
SEW to migrate next generation SEW Platform workloads to Microsoft Azure
Smart Energy Water (SEW), an energy and water cloud platform provider, has signed a multimillion dollar collaboration agreement with Microsoft to migrate the next generation SEW Platform workloads to Microsoft Azure.
German research company IES develops technology to mine sea water
Germany-based scientific research company IES has developed a technology that makes sea mining possible without negatively impacting the environment.
Terragraph Connectivity Technology to be Integrated in cnWave 60 GHz Wireless System
Global wireless networking solutions provider Cambium Networks has announced that they are working with Facebook to build high-speed connectivity solutions using Terragraph.
The Facts Behind the Theory
To show why we designed our evaporator as we did, I offer the following assumptions that are based upon tests completed at the Ohio State University and the extension department of Virginia Tech.