Day: 8 November 2002
Safer sludge on crops to protect food chain
The government is proposing to set stricter standards for the amount of pathogens that can be present in sewage sludge used to fertilise farmland. A consultation paper seeks public and industry opinion on how sludge should be treated before being spread on agricultural land.
Goyen take the “mission” out of Emission Monitoring Systems
NEWS RELEASE: Over the past few years, Goyen have been steadily moving forward and increasing the range of environmental products in order to satisfy our customers growing needs. In today’s market, total solutions capability for environmental monitoring is becoming more common with buyers opting for single source suppliers. Recognising this need, Goyen has evolved from an instrument supplier to a one-stop supplier of total solutions to meet this demand.
Automated colony counter is UKAS accredited for accurate enumeration of potentially hazardous microbes in water
NEWS RELEASE: Synbiosis, a world-leading manufacturer of automated microbiological systems is pleased to announce its ProtoCOL automated colony counter has been awarded prestigious UKAS accreditation in a major UK-based water authority. The independent validation shows this method can rapidly produce highly accurate counts of microbes sampled from water and could be used to help control disease outbreaks.
et2003 and ICU exhibitions to clean up on remediation and environment markets in 2003
NEWS RELEASE: et2003, the UK’s premier environmental technology and management services exhibition, will be held along with the country’s only International Clean Up (ICU) exhibition at the NEC from 8-10 April 2003.
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