News Category: Environmental

Product-to-product heat recovery
July 16, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

Wastewater, sewage, effluents and sludge are useful sources of energy with the potential to heat (or in some circumstances cool) other products or materials in industrial processes. The DTR Series of double tube heat exchangers from HRS is designed to maximize direct (product-to-product) energy recovery from such low viscosity materials, allowing valuable heat to be…

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Packaged solutions for waste stream concentration
July 9, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

Liquid and semi-liquid waste streams are an unavoidable aspect of many industrial processes, from energy production to food manufacturing; from chemical processing to wastewater treatment; systems which can reduce the volume and water content of such waste streams can not only cut disposal costs, but often turn a waste into a potentially valuable resource. Evaporation…

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Discover how to remove water from biogas at UK AD & World Biogas
June 5, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece - Trade Show News

HRS Heat Exchangers, Stand G201, UK AD & World Biogas Expo HRS Heat Exchangers will showcase highlights from its extensive range of heat exchangers and treatment systems for anaerobic digestion at UK AD & World Biogas in July, with a particular focus on the benefits of removing water from biogas. If water enters a CHP…

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Why use corrugated tubes in heat exchangers?
April 25, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Food - Industrial - Opinion Piece

There are a variety of tubular heat exchangers on the market, but for many applications corrugated tubes continue to be preferred over smooth ones. Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director of HRS Heat Exchangers, explains why… While plate heat exchangers are still commonly used for simple viscous fluids such as water, milk and some…

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Climate report shows need of efficient biogas production
April 10, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

As climate scientists and world leaders met in Poland in December, in the US the role that renewable energy – and biogas in particular – can play in mitigating the effects of climate change were highlighted by a report to Congress. The fourth National Climate Assessment report¹ (NCA4) was published on 30 November 2018 under…

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Tough chemicals need HRS’ tough heat exchangers
March 19, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Trade Show News

At CHEMUK 2019 Stand F10, HRS Heat Exchangers will showcase its SI Series of multitube heat exchangers, which includes a double tubeplate to aid leak detection and prevent cross-contamination between the service fluid and product. Whether you are processing fine chemicals or treating complex waste streams, every part of the process needs to be reliable,…

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Finding value in liquid waste streams
January 22, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

Waste is increasingly viewed as a resource. From well-established practices such as recycling paper and aluminium, to the development of the circular economy, an increasing volume of resources are now being recovered from materials that were previously seen only as inconvenient wastes. Waste valorization is the process of recovering value from waste materials, for example…

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HRS highlights importance of efficiency in wastewater treatment
January 15, 2019 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece - Trade Show News

HRS Heat Exchangers, Stand E12, Hall 4, SMAGUA 2019 At SMAGUA 2019 Stand E12, HRS Heat Exchangers will explain why resource and energy efficiency is just as important when dealing with wastewater streams as it is for fresh water availability. Under Article 9 of the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD), governments have a responsibility to…

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Versatile pump range offers solutions for food industry
November 14, 2018 Categories: Environmental - Food - Industrial - Opinion Piece

Pumps are an essential part of many food processing lines: not just for liquids, but also viscous materials such as spreads and dips, and materials containing solids such as fruit and vegetable mixes. Using the wrong pump can have expensive consequences in terms of both potential damage to products or equipment, or higher than expected…

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Delivering multiple benefits with manure management
October 25, 2018 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

The management and treatment of manures and slurries from livestock production is becoming an increasing issue around the world. The potential of manure to cause environmental harm and contribute to climate change when not correctly stored, handled or applied is significant. However, manures and slurries also represent a valuable resource and can return valuable crop…

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