Vacuum disposal systems for the waste water and hygiene sector are increasingly proving to be an environmentally friendly and cost-saving alternative for use on ships, in vehicles and buildings. Taking our tried-and-tested rotary lobe pump as a basis, we have developed compact, reliable and cost-effective vacuum disposal technology.
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Large-area liquid manure incorporation saves time and money
Large-area liquid manure incorporation is a combination of tillage with simultaneous liquid manure spreading. This conveniently merges two work steps into one. The soil is worked using conservation tillage, while directly incorporating liquid manure or digestate at the same time. The procedure can be carried out with either a self-propelled vehicle or a tanker. Direct, large-area liquid manure incorporation therefore saves time and money. At the same time, direct liquid manure incorporation means less travel over the field, lower ammonia emissions, and lower odor levels. It also meets the requirements of Germany’s four-hour incorporation rule.
Large-area liquid manure incorporation – all advantages at a glance
Simultaneous liquid manure incorporation and tillage saves time and money
Compliance with Germany’s four-hour incorporation rule
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The facility is located in the city of Huainan, in China’s eastern Anhui province. It has a capacity of 40 megawatts (MW), enough to power a small town. And in a stroke of pleasing symbolism, the plant floats over a flooded former coal-mining region.
December temperatures in London have been warmer than July’s. Scotland is balmier than Barcelona. Artificial snow covers European ski slopes. Africa faces its worst food crisis in a generation as floods and droughts strike vulnerable countries.
With unusual weather from Britain to Australia, scientists are blaming climate change – but also the natural phenomenon called El Niño, which is raising temperatures and disrupting weather patterns. A double whammy then, but how disturbed should we be as the records tumble?
For the second year running, Mbalavala’s maize fields, which should have been planted months ago, lie empty; the soil in vegetable gardens is like sand and what little water there is from an emergency borehole must be shared between cattle and people.
Vascos Jaima Chilande, the Mbalavala headman, lists the rivers that nearby villagesusually dam to collect water. “Bambene, Matlavane, Gomaje, Chichaquare … They have all dried up. The government dug a borehole 150 metres deep, but it is not enough. Today there is water only for the animals.”
Turn organic waste into useful resources
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We have lots of waste in the Philippines. Perhaps you have these waste and may not be aware that you can have power without fuel cost.