The competitive nature of the food and drink industry leaves little room for errors. When a blue-chip soft drinks producer experienced sudden downtime on its ion exchange water treatment plant, they turned to Envirogen who leveraged the benefits of its remote water monitoring system, PureCare RemoteView, to have the plant back online in under two [Continue Reading]
When the reverse osmosis (RO) plant supplying the endoscope reprocessing unit at Good Hope Hospital, part of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB), began to produce poor total viable count (TVC) results and with the existing plant becoming difficult to repair, UHB faced the dilemma of requiring a permanent replacement unit, while needing to [Continue Reading]
When our client, a global construction engineering company, won the tender to construct a new building for one of the world’s leading physics research centres, they were tasked with providing a centralised lab water purification system on-site.
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An ageing sterile services department at a large NHS Hospital in South-East England, was starting to cause issues. A multi-stakeholder project was undertaken to develop a solution to deliver a new state-of-the-art, modular hospital sterilisation and decontamination unit, with new water treatment systems.
An East Coast USA based coal burning power plant required a water treatment system for a Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) pond to comply with Federal EPA and state regulations. This “ash pond” was contaminated with a mix of heavy metals such as lead, copper, thallium, arsenic, and selenium.