News Category: Environmental

Zero Liquid Discharge – removing liquid waste for good
February 16, 2018 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

Zero liquid discharge (ZLD) is a technique whereby liquid waste streams from industrial plants are eliminated. These are instead replaced with clean water, which can be reused in the process, and the minimum amount of solid residues, which often include valuable by-products that can be sold or reused. ZLD is suitable for a wide range…

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Q&A Wastewater AD Industry
November 13, 2017 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

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, pasteurizers and Digestate Concentration Systems to wastewater anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities. HRS’ customers and end-users include Southern Water, Severn Trent Water, Welsh Water, Yorkshire Water, Anglian Water, Northumbrian Water, Wessex…

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How To… Specify a Heat Exchanger
August 23, 2017 Categories: Environmental - Food - Industrial - Opinion Piece - Pharmaceutical

Heat exchangers are a well established tool for the thermal processing of materials. They are used for cooking, pasteurization and sterilization, as well as for heating or cooling a range of products. When it comes to designing a heat exchanger, there are two main considerations. The first is to select the right type of heat…

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HRS helps French AD plant turn waste into resource
July 25, 2017 Categories: Environmental

HRS Heat Exchangers is supplying the pasteurization 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 into electricity, useful heat and a valuable biological fertilizer for use by local farmers. The plant is being developed for…

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Heat: The Forgotten Element of Farm AD
July 15, 2016 Categories: Environmental - Opinion Piece

Anaerobic digestion (AD) produces many valuable and useful products, including biogas (which can then be turned into heat, electricity or biomethane gas) and digestate, a biofertilizer rich in nutrients and organic matter. However, many AD plants also produce incidental heat, which can be captured and used within the AD process or for other on-site operations….

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