Finnish technologies enable recovery of valuable metals from mine water

Two technology providers in Finland are developing a water treatment solution that will be able to selectively recover metals from mining-impacted waters. The companies...
Breathe London air quality monitor

Breathe London Pilot Project Verifies ‘Small Sensors’

The Breathe London pilot project ran over two years from October 2018; monitoring and characterising air quality across one of the world’s major cities....

Remote visibility helps protect key assets

Grilles are frequently employed to prevent the accumulation of debris in drainage channels such as culverts that are difficult to access. However, during periods...

Factors affecting the choice of gas or particle sensor

In recent years, the increased utilisation of low-cost sensors has significantly affected the safety and environmental markets, but instead of replacing reference-grade analysers, low-cost...
Serpentine water quality monitor

Water quality monitored continuously in Hyde Park’s Serpentine

Looking to find ways to keep improving water quality, the managers of the Royal Parks have installed a continuous water quality monitor; an ESNET...
Ammonia as a marine fuel

Researchers investigate ammonia as a potential fuel for marine decarbonisation

A group of academic and industrial partners have been awarded a £5.5million grant by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to accelerate...
Environmental Monitoring at the Port of Antwerp

Environmental monitoring at one of the world’s major ports

Port of Antwerp is undertaking an impressive range of environmental initiatives that go beyond mere regulatory compliance. As a public limited company, with the...