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Large-scale benchmark test at the Bad Salzuflen sewage treatment plant:

Located to the east of Bielefeld, the spa town of Bad Salzuflen boasts nine saline thermal springs. These are one of the key reasons behind the region being nicknamed Germany’s Healing Garden. However, the extremely hard, high- …

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Sonneberg sewage treatment plant enjoys greater planning reliability for its belt press

Sonneberg Waterworks in South Thuringia, located just a few miles from the Bavarian border, operate four sewage treatment plants for around 50,000 residents. The Sonneberg-Heubisch sewage treatment plant has been using a …

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Greater reliability in cooling lubricant filtration

With its sophisticated product portfolio, the Schaeffler Group ranks among the world’s leading technology companies, specializing in precision components and systems for engines, transmissions and chassis, as well as roller bearing and plain …

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Sludge dewatering with GKD

As of 2003, spreading municipal sewage sludge on agriculturally used land has been banned. The reason: pollutants that might accumulate in the soil and transfer to the crops grown have become an uncalculated risk. The same ban is also gaining ground in the rest of Europe. …

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CONDUCTO® 2203 sets new standards in carding

The demands on modern nonwovens for the hygiene industry and their manufacturing process are ever increasing. In addition to carefully selected raw materials and gentle fibre processing, a uniform basis weight, surface quality and skin-friendliness are major …

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The future belongs to wood pellets

Since their introduction in the German market about 10 years ago, the success of wood pellets has been remarkable. Roughly 720,000 t of pellets were produced during the first half of 2010 in Germany alone. Industry calculations predict that by 2015 already 500,000 …

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Energy-saving sugar beet pulp drying sweetens the production cost balance

Beet sugar production is a seasonal business. In just four months of each year, large-scale industrial plants process about 1.6 million tons of sugar beet. After the sugar has been extracted, the leftover beet pulp is dried and sold …

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Higher returns, lower costs: Digestate drying

Renewable energies are becoming increasingly important as substitute for fossil and nuclear energy sources. According to estimates by experts of the International Economic Forum of Renewable Energies (IWR), they provided almost 20 percent of Germany’s …

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