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Efficient heat use can help cut agricultural emissions

January 18, 2018 | Categories: Environmental - Food - Opinion Piece | by

The last detailed study of heat use in the agricultural industry was carried out almost 10 years ago*, but it showed that UK farmers used almost 2,200 GWh of heat each year, and that heating …

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Q&A Wastewater AD Industry

November 13, 2017 | Categories: Environmental - Food - Opinion Piece | by

1. Can you give me an overview of the range of the water/waste analysis/industry sectors you are involved with? HRS Heat Exchangers provides heat exchangers, pasteurisers and Digestate Concentration Systems to wastewater anaerobic digestion (AD) …

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Increasing efficiency within the wastewater AD industry

September 27, 2017 | Categories: Environmental - Food - Opinion Piece | by
Increasing efficiency within the wastewater AD industry - HRS Heat Exchangers

Over the years, different wastewater companies have adopted different approaches to sludge treatment, but there is now a trend towards anaerobic digestion (AD) and away from incineration. In the UK, the number of AD facilities …

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How To… Specify a Heat Exchanger

September 22, 2017 | Categories: Environmental - Food - Opinion Piece | by

Heat exchangers are a well established tool for the thermal processing of materials. They are used for cooking, pasteurisation and sterilisation, as well as for heating or cooling a range of products. When it comes …

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HRS helps French AD plant turn waste into resource

July 25, 2017 | Categories: Environmental - Food - Opinion Piece | by

HRS Heat Exchangers is supplying the pasteurisation technology for a new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in the south of France, which, once operational, will convert more than 65,000 tonnes of abattoir and agricultural waste products …

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Fighting climate change with anaerobic digestion

April 5, 2017 | Categories: Environmental - Food - Opinion Piece | by
Dry Cracked Ground landscape - HRS

The scientific consensus on climate change is now well established. 2016 was the warmest year on record, and it is clear that in order to avoid the very worst effects of climate change, we need …

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