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What separates a good wastewater design from a great one?

Simon Barrett, Area Manager at Xylem advises on six things an engineer and systems designer for commercial buildings must consider for trouble-free operation in a wastewater pumping station.

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Thames Water rolls out SEEPEX’s energy-reducing sludge solution

SEEPEX has developed a new system to improve dewatered sludge handling, enabling long distance transfer with reduced operational costs by using a combination of PC pump technology and dense-phase conveying.

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Control valves withstand the long-term challenges of reverse osmosis applications

The challenges associated with process systems operating in highly corrosive marine and salt water environments, requires amongst many things, control valves which are designed to provide high corrosive resistance.

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Designing for maintenance results in leak-free gearbox for London Underground

Manufacturers are increasingly looking for ways to reduce the operating costs of their plant and equipment and cutting the cost of maintenance is currently very much in the spotlight as one way of achieving this.

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