- Jacopa Water
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.
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
A London South Bank 1970s skyscraper - formerly known as King's Reach Tower and once home to one of the biggest publishing companies in Europe, IPC Magazines - will now harness the power of the sun to light up its 193 luxury apartments, shops, restaurants and bars following a ten year period of dereliction.
The UK's first solar carport systems on the top decks of multi-storey car parks, allowing soalr and cars to sit together in Exeter, have picked up two awards.
Europe's biggest ever floating solar panel array is being installed on London's Queen Elizabeth II reservoir as part of Thames Water's ambitious bid to self-generate a third of its own energy by 2020.
Influential climate change economist Lord Stern has welcomed the 'Mission Innovation' launch at the Paris hosted UN climate change talks, whereby 20 major economies last night pledged to double their investments in clean energy Research & Development, and he particularly sees great hope in solar allied to electrical storage.
Guardian Industries' Glass Group has invested more than £4 million into a customised Waste Heat Recovery System at its glass manufacturing plant in Goole, east Yorkshire.
Pressure is mounting for the government to rethink plans to savagely cut support for rooftop solar energy systems. A coalition of energy firms, investors and trade bodies representing the energy sector, including Energy UK, Panasonic, IKEA, the National Farmers Union and the TUC have published a statement calling on the government to urgently reconsider the proposed changes.
A 20th birthday celebration has taken place at Professor Sue Roaf's pioneering Oxford house - the first in the UK to host a domestic photovoltaic installation.
Nestlé's factory near Newcastle upon Tyne is now converting a 'chocolate soup' of four tonnes of solid waste and 200,000 litres of liquid waste into renewable energy and clean water each day.
A Nottingham solar firm is helping the electricity bill of a school in Manila that educates children who live on waste dumps by raising money and installing solar panels, and a fresh cash appeal has been raised.
The gases from food waste are being split into high value graphene and renewable hydrogen in a European collaborative project, led by the North East England based Centre for Process Innovation, that aims to add economic value in a sustainable manner to food discards.