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  • Food waste reduced by processors changing testing Food
    Food waste reduced by processors changing testing

    Food waste reduction is key to saving money, improving food production efficiency, lowering greenhouse gas emissions, reducing packaging waste and protecting the environment. Dr Abdel Ezbiri from the technology company Cerulean discusses the waste that results from the temperature testing of fresh and chilled foods, and outline the success that some food processors have achieved in adopting non-destructive testing (NDT) technology.

  • Kingfisher's B&Q will cease selling metaldehyde in slug and snail controls Business
    Kingfisher's B&Q will cease selling metaldehyde in slug and snail controls

    Kingfisher, the home improvement company and owner of B&Q, will stop selling products that contain metaldehyde across its 1,200 stores and replace them with environmentally-friendly alternatives. The move follows three years of collaboration and product development with suppliers.

  • Raising awareness of sanitary disposal and fatbergs with social campaign Water
    Raising awareness of sanitary disposal and fatbergs with social campaign

    Best known for its work excavating the famous London Whitechapel fatberg, drainage firm Lanes Group plc has teamed up with a charity to help to raise funds and spread awareness of the correct way to dispose of sanitary products, an issue that's creating a huge problem in the nation's sewer system and waterways.

  • Adapting to climate change: what's next for the UK? Politics
    Adapting to climate change: what's next for the UK?

    Sarah Winne, Principal Consultant and Emma Green, Consultant in Ramboll's Environment & Health team predict the challenges facing the UK of adapting to climate chaos....

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TINYTAG DATA LOGGERS: OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

Many outdoor environmental monitoring projects require long term recording of parameters including temperature, relative humidity and count inputs.

Gemini Tiny tag in soil pipe copyTinytag data loggers record accurately and reliably over long periods in remote areas. They are robust, have a long battery life, a high recording capacity, and a delayed start option so they can be started anywhere at a pre-set time without the need for a PC.
Recorded data is downloaded to a PC via a USB cable and viewed in the easy to use Tinytag Explorer software.

Temperature/relative humidity
Tinytags are used for a variety of environmental research projects worldwide including weather observation, climate research, wildlife habitats and growing conditions. Accompanying probes are available for monitoring hard to reach areas and soil temperatures.
Submersible temperature data loggers can be left at depths up to 500 metres, typically to record the effects of weather and climate patterns.

Count
Count data loggers are typically used for investigating climate and environmental patterns and can be connected to a variety of sensors to make specialist data loggers for a wide range of applications. They are either supplied uncased (OEM) for building into custom applications, or as a standard data logger in a robust, waterproof case and have been used for studying sediment movement in rivers, investigating the development of stalagmites, and for high resolution rainfall monitoring.

See the full range of Tinytag data loggers at The Energy Event at the NEC, 13-14 September, Stand E20.

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Outdoor Environmental Monitoring