Marketplace

  • Jacopa Water
    Jacopa

    Jacopa Opens New Office in South East

    In response to on-going strong growth in the South East, wastewater systems and solutions specialists Jacopa have re-located from Maidstone to larger facilities at nearby Aylesford, Kent.

  • Jacopa Water
    Jacopa

    Screening Success for Jacopa

    Jacopa has been awarded a major new contract by Thames Water. The project will involve the wastewater treatment systems and solutions experts providing two Brackett Green CF100 band screens https://jacopa.com/band-screen/ to replace existing step-type inlet works screens, and installing a Washpactor Jet screenings system https://jacopa.com/jones-attwood-washpactor-jet-system/ for its Iver North wastewater treatment works.

  • Dolav Waste Management
    Dolav

    Millions of Dolav plastic pallet boxes assist recycling

    Widely used in recycling and waste management, the Dolav Ace withstands harsh use including lead-acid battery recycling. Dolav customers, including recyclers, have bought more than a million Dolav Ace plastic pallet boxes in just ten years. In addition, in the last 42 years, Dolav made and supplied millions of other Dolav pallet boxes globally.

  • Jacopa Water
    Jacopa

    Jacopa to Market Nordic Water Belt Filter

    Jacopa Ltd and Swedish water and wastewater treatment specialist Nordic Water have announced an agreement that provides Jacopa with the sole right to distribute the latter's highly-regarded Sobye self-cleaning belt filter in the UK and Ireland.

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Energy

Visitors to Star Refrigeration's Westway factory in Renfrew near Glasgow witnessed the first built unit of the EcoDesign compliant chiller in operation, which demonstrated energy efficiency figures 71% higher than the EU Directive Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEPS) requirement - but the company warned over more stringent EU directives on the horizon.

Communication amongst employees has been the big factor leading to Schaeffler UK's automotive engine component plant in Llanelli, South Wales, achieving the ISO 50001 Energy Management certification. The standard aims to help organisations continually reduce their energy use and therefore their energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.

Energy storage in the UK will usher in a low carbon economy but is being held back by a regulatory system geared towards large centralised energy, reveal The Carbon Trust in a report co-written with Imperial College London.

GE is claiming that its lighting infrastructure upgrade for the UK business of global bankers Santander demonstrates that corporations no longer have to choose between 'profit and planet'.

A major cash boost for a high-energy graphene storage device is set to improve the prospects for smart grids, transport and renewables. Skeleton Technologies, a European ultracapacitor manufacturer, has received a €4 million investment from KIC InnoEnergy, an investment company dedicated to promoting sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe's energy industry.

As Chancellor George Osborne used his Autumn Statement to announce a new apprenticeship levy to fund three million future apprenticeships, one Windsor teenager knows only too well the value of joining a training scheme instead of heading to university.

Virgin Trains, one of the UK's largest train operators, has specified Aura Light to provide energy efficient lighting for its Pendolino trains as part of the company's plan to achieve a yearly 2.5% reduction in CO₂ emissions until 2017.

Fuel efficiency, reduced carbon emissions and less risk of water pollution are some of the benefits as liquefied petroleum gas from Calor now fuels a National Trust dwelling on Derwent Island via a sunken pipeline, replacing oil that was pumped through copper pipework under the lake from the mainland.

A new aerodynamic device that reduces the energy consumed by commercial refrigerators uses technology deployed in Formula One racing cars.

Low energy firing technology pioneered in the heart of the UK's ceramics industry – Stoke-on-Trent in the English Midlands - has moved  major step forward after engineers and scientists working on "Field Enhanced Sintering" have made a significant breakthrough.

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