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The range of gravity grease separators from ACO now includes 3,000L, 4,000L and 5,000L units
28/01/18 - ACO Pty Ltd has extended their range of in-ground gravity grease separators simplifying the management of wastewater in commercial kitchen applications.
Kennards Lift & Shift provide confined space safety equipment for sewer rehab project
Supplier news
01/08/16 - A tripod and recovery system, hired from Kennards Lift & Shift, recently assisted the Water Infrastructure Group
QME 2014 Preview: Vacuum toilet systems
21/07/14 - Vacuum Toilets Australia, will display their award-winning JETS Vacuum Toilet System at QME this week.
PetroSense Portable Hydrocarbon Analyser
Supplier news
23/05/14 - The PetroSense PHA-100 allows for real time measurement of petrochemical contamination in water/vapour
The scale of the PROBLEM
19/02/14 - New maintenance technology is cutting down unnecessary pipe maintenance work.
Under the pump to reduce CAPEX and OPEX for pumping operations
06/02/14 - Financial constraints are compelling mine operators to keep costs down on water and fluid management without compromising safety and efficiency.
Queensland coal mine secures environmental approval
31/01/14 - Securing environmental approval this month, the proposed Drake Coal project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Rio pleads guilty to environmental breach at red mud dam
21/11/13 - Rio Tinto Alcan pleaded guilty in court on Wednesday, admitting it did not have the capacity to deal with flooding which hit its Yarwun site last year.
WA moves to streamline environmental approvals
31/10/13 - Western Australia has joined its eastern counterparts to become the latest state government to announce it is reforming its mining approvals process.
Waste equals energy: The biomass equation
Supplier news
29/10/13 - Biomass and waste-to-energy boiler systems have an important role to play in the world. The selection of boiler technology and technology supplier is critical for a successful project.
KBL’s Sorby Hills gains EPA approval
23/10/13 - KBL Mining has secured approval from the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority for its Sorby Hills project.
Rio workers rescued from toxic red mud dam
04/10/13 - Two operators left clinging to an overturned vehicle for several hours in Rio Tinto’s toxic alumina tailings dam have been safely rescued.

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