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  • Water & Effluent Case Study Collection - read our digital edition Publications
    Water & Effluent Case Study Collection - read our digital edition

    web case study water effluent 2020 smallThe Environment Times' Water and Effluent Case Study Collection is available to read as a digital 'flickread' version, and with the option to download it as a pdf file too.

    See the current stories from those managing our water and effluent, and all the products and services needed to deliver our vital water, reuse this precious resource or prevent it from becoming a pollution issue.

  • Penstock Solutions Water
    Penstock Solutions

    The alternative to using Penstock Valves for water containment pollution

    There is now an alternative to using Penstock Valves for water pollution containment - the ToggleBlokTM pollution containment device which is manufactured and installed by David Cole's team at Penstock Solutions.

  • Meteor Communications Ltd Water
    Meteor Communications Ltd

    Post pandemic environmental monitoring
    Author: Matt Dibbs, Managing Director Meteor Communications Ltd

    The Coronavirus pandemic presented significant challenges to the collection of environmental data. However, by utilising novel technology, water companies and the Environment Agency have been able to continue gathering key data in locations from Cornwall to Cumbria.

  • Metasphere Laboratory, Monitoring, Process & Analytical
    Metasphere

    METASPHERE LAUNCHES FIRST-EVER IOT INTRINSICALLY SAFE DATALOGGER / RTU

    Metasphere has announced the launch of Point Blue IoT in line with their core vision of using telemetry to drive sustainable use of the world's natural resources.

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Brakes, a leading UK foodservice wholesaler, has boosted its goal to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2025, largely thanks to the adoption of new refrigeration systems across its entire network.

The majority of the UK public backs Capitalism as the best economic system for delivering prosperity, but think it is broken and needs fixing. They are keen for businesses to take more responsibility for social and environmental issues – and are ready to support those who do by being more likely to work for and buy from them – according to an in-depth report from ReGenerate.

Diageo, makers of Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff and Guinness, has created a 100% plastic free paper-based spirits bottle, made entirely from sustainably sourced wood. The bottle will debut with the Johnnie Walker brand in early 2021, and Diageo are claiming it to be a world first.

Carlsberg Group has further developed its journey to create the world's first 'paper' beer bottle made from sustainably-sourced wood fibres, claiming it is both 100% bio-based and fully recyclable.

Enterprise has opened a new vehicle rental branch in the historic heritage town of Monmouth and has introduced rainwater harvesting and solar panel car park lighting to the location in order to increase sustainability.

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.

One of the world's leading corrosion protection companies has completed a conversion to lead-free galvanizing.

For the second year Aquabio, who provide industrial wastewater treatment solutions, have successfully encouraged their employees to ditch their cars and instead use pedal power - currently amounting to travelling the circumference of planet earth, and with donations of 2.5 pence to charity for every kilometre travelled!

Smurfit Kappa has launched AgroPaper®, a renewable and compostable paper, made from pine fibres, designed to replace the plastic material that is used by many farmers and growers for 'mulching' when growing vegetables.

Attractive looking plastic free zones have been introduced by London supermarket Thornton's Budgens store in Camden's Belsize Park. In 10 weeks the store has managed to assemble more than 1,700 plastic-free products, featuring everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to wild game meat.

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