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    gwf - Wasser|Abwasser

    gwf - Wasser|Abwasser - Special 1 2015

    Special 1 

    2015 

    116 Seiten

    Schlüsselwörter: Sonderausgabe gwf Wasser, Spezialausgabe, Special, gwf international, Water Technology – Made in Germany, Stormwater Management, Automation in the Water Sector, Drinking Water Supply, Industrial Water Solutions, Wastewater Treatment, Capacity Building

    Reports:

     

    - Flood Protection for a City in the Desert

     

    - Secure Access to a Water Treatment Plants SCADA Network

     

    - Intelligence saves Expenses: Bilfinger Controlling System for Switzerland and Luxembourg

     

    - A Modern Monitoring Network in the Indian Ocean

     

    - Quality Control of Potable Water through Automatic Particle Counting

     

    - From Hunted to Hunter: How one Water Company achieved a Tenfold Decrease in Water Leakage from 36 % to 3.7 %

     

    - Chinese-German Cooperation

     

    - Expansion of the Ozone Bio-Filtration System for Drinking Water Treatment of a Norwegian Island Municipality

     

    - The Horizontal Direction Drilling Technique at DN 500

     

    - Detection of Minor Leakage in a Drinking Water Power Plant Pipeline

     

    - Geophysical Investigation of Subsidence around Wells in the Ridderkerk Well Field

     

    - Invertebrates in Drinking Water Distribution Systems

     

    - The Challenge of Water Hygiene

     

    - Now we can shower with Rain Water

     

    - Energy-efficient Water Treatment

     

    - Bodycote relies on Zero Liquid Discharge Production

     

    - Russian Mining Company relies on German Technology from P&P Dosiertechnik

     

    - Huber Technology upgrades the Inlet Works at Duncrue Street, Belfast

     

    - Complex Rehabilitation Project in Sydney

     

    - New Concepts for Economic and Energy Efficient Wastewater and Sludge Treatment

     

    - Fully Automated Methods for Pump-Conveyance of Problematical Sludges

     

    - The Cleartec® System

     

    - Lighthouse Project in the Medieval Protected Historic Old Town of Salzburg in Austria

     

    - Sustainable Energy Concept for Hungarian Sewage Plant

     

    - Pump Technology made in Germany

     

    - Technology Transfer Water Project

     

    - Facilitating Stakeholder Participation and Ownership