19.022019

INDOOR WATER USE AT HOME

When most people in the US want fresh, clean water, all they have to do is turn on a faucet. On average in the US, direct indoor water use (water from the tap, toilet, dishwasher, etc.) adds up to about 522 liters per household per day, or 227 liters per person per day. How Many…

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11.022019

TOBAGO DEASALINATION SYSTEM WITH MARINE THERMAL TRIGENERATION: POTABLE WATER WITH COST SAVINGS ON WATER HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

Last years the number of hotels and resorts in the spectacular seaside locations (sea costs, islands, atolls) increased significantly and these places usually have difficulties with fresh water availability. Due to the high demand of fresh water and wastewater treatment, the hotels/resorts need a modern technological solution of these problems. Desalination of seawater is widely recommended…

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30.012019

DISSALATORE TOBAGO RIENTRA NELLE AGEVOLAZIONI FISCALI DELL’INDUSTRIA 4.0 GRAZIE AL CONTROLLO REMOTO IoT

Il sistema di dissalazione Tobago è sempre connesso al Centro di Controllo. La connessione è in radiofrequenza, grazie alle moderne tecnologie M2M (Machine to Machine). Gli impianti Tobago sono interfacciati con sistemi di comunicazione web-based (PC, tablet, cellulari, ecc.), che possono essere dislocati in qualsiasi parte del mondo. Il controllo e la gestione elettronica degli impianti avviene tramite…

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25.012019

DISSALAZIONE TOBAGO CON TRIGENERAZIONE MARINO TERMICA PER RISPARMIARE ANCHE SUI COSTI DI RISCALDAMENTO DELL’ACQUA E DI CONDIZIONAMENTO

La dissalazione dell’acqua di mare crea di base, un risparmio mediamente del 50% sul costo dell’acqua rispetto alle tariffe de gestore tradizionale. Ma questo risparmio non è il solo vantaggio dell’osmosi inversa, infatti al dissalatore Tobago si può aggiungere il modulo TMT di trigenerazione marino termica. Il funzionamento è riassunto in questo schema: In termini…

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14.012019

How much of the world’s water is fresh?

If Earth was the size of a basketball, all of its water would fit into a ping pong ball. How much water is that? It’s roughly 326 million cubic miles (1.332 billion cubic kilometers), according to a recent study from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Some 72% of Earth is covered in water, but 97% of…

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28.112018

Drinking water in the EU: better quality and access

MEPs adopted new rules on 23 October to further improve the quality of and access to drinking water for all people and reduce plastic waste from water bottles.   Most people in the EU have good access to high quality drinking water. According to a report by the European Environment Agency (2016), more than 98.5%…

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