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    Water connection in Nigeria by IVL Flow Control

    IVL Flow Control has resolved a sizable pressure and flow management issue to successfully connect three Nigerian villages with fresh drinking water. A redesign by IVL Flow Control has completely revolutionised two distribution networks to create a brand new system that now connects...

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    Aug 25 2016 06:00 AM0 Comments

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    The Importance of Quick and Accurate Turbidity...

    Sutton and East Surrey Water (SESW) has supplied water to residents of the Sutton and Surrey areas for over 150 years. The company currently covers 835 km2 (322 square miles), supplying 670,000 customers and 282,000 properties. The problem Unlike other utilities, SESW softens its...

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    Aug 10 2016 03:43 PM0 Comments

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    How Are the Swiss Helping to Cleanse Rio’s Wa...

    Rio de Janeiro – the capital of Brazil, one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere, and the first ever South American host city of the Olympics. The Olympics are always a spectacular event, and even more so in a city with such a unique culture. One controversial point,...

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    Aug 10 2016 03:11 PM0 Comments

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    Latest Pipeline Collapse Shows Urgent Need for...

    The catastrophic collapse of a pipeline at a $10M project in Central America is clear proof that current procurement of Air Valves needs to be urgently reviewed. Craig Stanners, Director of IVL Flow Control (part of Ham Baker Group) said:  “This latest incident was actually caused...

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    Aug 01 2016 02:28 PM0 Comments

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    Ham Baker ready for new sludge market with Land...

    During a key conference session at UK AD Biogas, Ham Baker’s Business Development Director, Ian Goddard won support from an industry panel about the need for water companies to embrace innovation for the opening up of the sewage sludge market - and for stating that existing framework...

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    Jul 28 2016 07:00 AM0 Comments

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    Are Your Clothes Poisoning the Ocean?

    New studies have revealed that a huge amount of plastic is being released into our oceans in the form of microfibers. Even more concerning, this contamination is not happening through negligent disposal of waste, but simply every time you use your washing machine. The microscopic par...

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    Jul 27 2016 08:00 AM0 Comments


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