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Day: June 4, 2009

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BMS anticipated to cut energy use by 30%

Blackburn Cathedral is benefiting from reduced energy consumption and utility bills further to the installation of a modern building management system (BMS) provided by Open Building Systems (OBS). Mechanical contractor Thermatic Maintenance tasked OBS with installing a sophisticated BMS to replace the

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Operation guides and product presentations transformed using 3D

Historically, 3D animation presented itself to the public mainly in the form of computer games, animated films or animated elements superimposed into live action scenes, in Jurassic Park 1 for example, which gave a new edge to the cinematography experience. Within industry

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New lamp recycling guide

Recolight, the specialist WEEE compliance scheme for Gas Discharge Lamps (GDLs), has launched a comprehensive guide to lamp recycling for the lamp industry. The publication has been issued to RecoNet members – the company's network of 1000 collection points across the country,

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Flat cable pays dividends

When Nacco Materials Handling Group decided to replace a gearbox production line for a new conveyor line at its Craigavon facility, the company carried out an in-depth evaluation of the cabling options available. Wieland Electric's podis flat cable system was selected as

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North Sea assessed for future carbon capture and storage

A study of the role of the North Sea in providing storage space under the sea-bed for carbon dioxide from European countries has been commissioned jointly by the UK and Norway. Lord Hunt, minister of state for energy and climate change in

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Electra’ industries show great potential

Manufacturing industries – and in particular, Europe's electrical and electronic industries – have the potential to provide significant growth and employment in the EU, and provide solutions for today's most pressing societal issues. These are some of the conclusions of the EU's

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