Month: January 2003
Swindon’s new hospital relies on Honeywell valves to regulate water supplies
NEWS RELEASE: The new Great Western Hospital in Swindon has been equipped with over 60 Honeywell pressure-reducing valves to ensure water is delivered from all outlets at the ideal pressure of 2 bars. The Honeywell valves, varying in size from 0.5 to 6 inch diameter, ensure staff and patients will never suffer from a soaking due to excess pressure at taps, and provide ideal water pressure to equipment.
Green-roasted coffee beans keep the taste but ditch the smell
A Dutch coffee roasting plant has streamlined its entire operation to ensure every stage of the roasting process is environmentally friendly, generating savings on bills while eliminating the strong smell of toasted coffee that previously wafted around the plant.
Letter from the Editor: A bumper harvest of renewable energy
This week, there’s plenty of good news for renewable energy, starting off with £13.7 million for renewables in the UK. The Japanese Government has also got in on the act, with 300 million Yen (£1.6 million) for projects in developing countries, under the Kyoto Protocol.
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