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April 9, 2024

Healthier rivers will be one outcome of implementation of the Environment Act 21, writes Darren Hanson, director of environmental solutions, Xylem. Now water companies need to concentrate efforts on ensuring a smooth rollout of monitoring technology. The deadline is approaching for…

April 3, 2024

Costain, the infrastructure solutions company, has made significant time and efficiency savings for its customers after using new concrete sensor technology. Costain’s materials engineers have been using Maturix’s concrete sensors to keep track of the strength and temperature of setting…

March 18, 2024

Following revelations that the Office of Product Safety and Security (OPSS) found over 85% of domestic heating circulators it inspected last year were non-compliant, distributors and installers are being urged to look out for ‘fake’ pumps as they could pose…

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