MABR Technology creates new opportunities for growth MABR technology can be transformative for a business and can open the doors to new opportunities Is your wastewater treatment capacity restricting your potential growth. All manufacturing activities produce wastewater, if your manufacturing facility is already producing high volumes of wastewater and you are close to breaching regulations, you may be faced with a barrier to expansion, limiting the potential growth of your company. Increased environmental awareness and a demand for greater environmental protection have meant that stricter regulations are being introduced, which business need to adhere to. Meeting compliance can have an impact on the growth potential of a company, as the volume of wastewater they produce is limited. Failure to comply with water discharge standards can result in severe legal and financial consequences.
Understanding the impact of our water footprint As consumers we need to educate ourselves on the effects our decisions have on the environment . Over the last decade or so we have become familiar with hearing about the need to reduce our carbon footprint in order to help curb climate change and protect the environment. However if we really want to make a sustainable change and improve our environment we should be looking at more than our carbon footprint we should be aiming to reduce our water footprint.
Is your wastewater treatment plant struggling to cope with current demands? Is your treatment plant running at maximum capacity. Would you like to treat more process load? Did you know you can increase biological capacity and future-proof your facility without having to build new structures, drain tanks or stop the current process?
Europe's cleanest beaches Sun, Sea, Sand and Pollution As the summer months approach and you get ready to book your next holiday. Your thoughts may be filled with dreams of embracing the sun, sea and sand, but do you ever consider the quality of the water and the beaches in your preferred destination.
The Wave of Disruption Disrupting an industry is always not about having a big idea or creating something new, often it is about a small idea that you can make big. Once these ideas are mainstream and the concept is launched it often turns out to be a simple solution have feels logical and people quickly adapt. In 1995 the term disruptive technology was coined by Clayton M. Christensen in an article written for the Harvard Business Review. Since then many of the most traditional industries have been profoundly changed by the introduction of disruptors.