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Tuesday, 06 August 2019 14:42

The Environment Times' Summer Case Studies Collection is out

Environment Times has published it's Case Studies Collection for summer 2019 in both print and digital format.

The 52 page publication is packed with recent case history stories and products and services that span the range of the UK's booming green environmental industry.

There are around 96,500 low-carbon and renewable energy businesses in the UK, generating a total annual turnover of £46.2bn for the economy, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics. And add to that waste management, wastewater treatment, pollution control, monitoring and remediation as just a few more examples, and the sector is on trend to be among the most important segments of the UK economy.

case study cover summer 2019Click on the cover or try the link here to read about the following companies in the latest Case Studies Collection from the Environment Times

WHO IS IN  - CONTENTS

page 2    Micro-Epsilon

page 3    The Flood Expo 2019

page 5    Denmaur Paper - reviveTM

page 6    SGS United Kingdom Ltd   

page 8    ABB

page 10   Denmaur Paper Media
 
page 12   SDS Limited

page 14   Bunting Magnetics

page 16   The Go-Ahead Group
    
page 18   Mypower

page 19   Mabey Hire

page 20   Plaswood

page 21   Air Monitors

page 22   Eriez Europe

page 23    WPL

page 24    Gasera

page 25    SHARC Energy

page 26    Casella

page 27    HWM

page 28    SwiftComply

page 29    Pulsar

page 30    Andel

page 31    Jacopa    

page 32    LightFi

page 33    Euroby

page 34    SWG Vibrodynamics Ltd

page 35    AirEx

page 36    ATK Equipment

page 37    AJC EasyCabin

page 38    IDEXX

page 39    Arvia Technology

page 40    Pollywood Ltd

page 41    Valeport    

page 42    DKK-TOA Corporation

page 43    Horiba

page 44    RWM 2019

page 45    phs Group

page 46    Baker Corp

page 47    Amiblu

page 48    Premier Tech Aqua    

page 50    Bluesky
                 Grundfos
                 Lanes

page 51    Staffs Powder Processing

page 52    SICK