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Membrane sewage system helps the Great Barrier Reef
Grundfos technology is part of a unique wastewater plant protecting the Great Barrier Reef.
Milko – a modern dairy enterprise with modern-day requirements
Based in northern Sweden, The Milko dairy company develops and markets natural dairy products that satisfy the needs of Swedish consumers for gastronomic experiences.
MLP AG: How cool computers minimise heating costs
The new administration centre of the stock market-listed financial services provider MLP AG in Wiesloch -four low-level buildings with finely wrought, glazed facades -looks every inch like a university campus. Designed as a Corporate University, up to 1,200 MLP advisers gather at the site in Wiesloch every day for training courses and seminars. MLP has 300 business centres around Europe and concentrates on the academic profession. As an independent broker, the financial services provider ...
Modern technology comes to the Royal Mile
The 4-acre Holyrood site incorporates buildings to house the Scottish Parliament debating chamber, committee rooms and office accommodation for 105 Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) and staff, as well as media suites, visitor information facilities, ancillary staff buildings and catering facilities.The Building User Brief for Holyrood stipulated that, wherever possible, the new building should feature the integration of energy-efficient and environmentally conscious design principles....
New and easy way to manage irrigation systems
Water engineering and specialist sports-turf contractor, MJ Abbot Limited used Grundfos’ new data communication interface when upgrading the sprinkler irrigation system at an exclusive golf links in Northern Ireland. To manage water usage, the club uses the popular TORO SitePro® central control system, which has a standard feature allowing direct integration with pumping systems. However, the integration process could be troublesome at best.
New Grundfos SE pumps eliminate problems at Danish wastewater treatment plant
With the changes to the Working Environment Act in 1989, nitrogen and phosphorus discharge limits became considerably stricter. In the wake of this change followed many new requirements facing wastewater treatment plants in Denmark.
New life to an old Hotel
Vilnius, Lithuania: The freshly renovated 22-story Reval Hotel Lietuva offers a warm welcome to international guests travelling either on business, conference or leisure purposes. The hotel is situated on the bank of the River Neris in the centre of Vilnius, only a 10-minute walk from the medieval old town. Many rooms in the hotel have a wonderful view over the old town and River Neris. When the hotel management decided to renovate the hotel, Grundfos was the natural choice as overall pump ...
New propellers result in greater efficiency
New propellers for Grundfos AMG Mixers result in greater efficiency
New research facility for University of Strathclyde
The University of Strathclyde will soon open its doors to a purpose built £25m world class research facility that will focus on supporting fundamental and applied research into forming and forging - an industry that is currently estimated to be worth £2.1bn.
New unit for Fife hospital
A specialist unit, that offers a homely environment for 18 dementia patients, was recently opened at Stratheden Hospital in Fife. The single storey U-shaped building offers each patient an individual bedroom with en-suite accommodation as well as access to a wide range of shared communal areas.