The Wave of Disruption

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.

OxyMem wins awards at the Water and Energy Exchange Global Event 2019

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.

Time for WasteWater Treatment Plants to Embrace the Latest Innovations

Time for WasteWater Treatment Plants to Embrace the Latest Innovations We need access to clean water to survive and prosper. Water helps us maintain our existence and to enjoy sustainable lifestyles. We are all too aware of the issues associated with water shortages, however, and thus it is increasingly important that we also look at the impact of our sustained negligence in wastewater treatment infrastructure. The good news is innovation has caught up and there is a new breed of wastewater treatment solutions like MABR which can make a material difference to the efficacy of existing processes.

The Hidden Cost of Tourism on Your Local Infrastructure

The Hidden Cost of Tourism on Your Local Infrastructure In recent years there has been a significant increase in protests against tourists in Europe. A wave of angry anti-British tourist sentiment has peaked across Europe with Spaniards taking to the streets in violent protests as many resorted to anti-tourism slogans and graffiti throughout its tourist hubs. Daily Express, June 5th, 2018 The reasons are numerous ranging from bad behavior to increased costs to the impact on locals as a result of the numbers. Tourist numbers in Europe look set to continue to rise as a result of the growing number of resorts served by low-cost airlines, an increase in long-haul flights from Asia direct to Europe, through to those seeking to ‘get some summer sun’ after a particularly poor winter in many northern European countries.

How Better WasteWater Management Can Help Cities Like Cape Town

How Better WasteWater Management Can Help Cities Like Cape Town Cape Town is set in an amazing location nestled on the coast sitting under Table Mountain. With a population of 4 million, it is a popular tourist destination for those setting off up the Garden Route or looking for a city base before heading off to more rural areas. However, in recent years it is in the news as a result of the water shortages that have hit it. Cape Town has experienced a drought for the past 4 years and the situation is at crisis point. While Day Zero (the point at which the city administration turns off the taps) has been postponed until 2019, the prospects are still bleak with dams at 22% capacity, of which an estimated 10% is not fit for human consumption (the zero-day level is 13.5%).

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