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.
Meeting the Demands of Today's Consumers Meeting the needs of on-demand customers In today`s modern world consumers are growing accustomed to the on-demand reality we live in. People no longer expect to have to wait days or weeks for goods to be delivered. The expectation now is that goods and services are delivered almost instantaneously.
European countries are failing to comply with wastewater legislation Countries inaction in meeting wastewater targets is coming at a high price The legal requirements for treating wastewater were set out in May 1991 in The Council Directive 91/271/EEC concerning urban wastewater treatment .
OxyMem takes away awards at the Water and Energy Exchange Global Event 2019 OxyMem attended this year’s Water and Energy Exchange Global Event which was held in Portugal from March 4th to 6th. Now in its 12th year, WEX Global has continued to build a great reputation as an important industry event for the leading organisations that are really making a difference in the world of water and energy. It was a great event in that many of the biggest industry leaders were present to discuss how important issues could possibly be resolved, globally. OxyMem, an Irish company manufacturing the most advanced MABR technology available today, were presented with two awards during the prestigious event, further showcasing the recognition the company is receiving from the industry.
How to live a zero waste lifestyle Working together to create a more sustainable planet. According to Water World Council during the 20th century the world’s population tripled while water use for human purposes multiplied sixfold. This increase in demand is placing a huge amount of stress on wastewater infrastructure.