More than 1.4 million people live in the City of Orlando (Fla.) and this number is growing. The city also is home to some of the state’s most fertile agricultural areas and the headquarters for large companies. This growing need for water services required an expansion of wastewater treatment. In addition the area faced a state requirement for eliminating discharge of treated effluent to surface waters.
In Trollhättan, Sweden, the country's largest vehicle manufacturers are collaborating with two universities to decrease energy consumption in their paint shops. The Energy Efficient Paint Shop project, managed by Saab Automobile, has a goal of finding the optimal air flow in the automotive painting process, to maximize cost savings and reduce environmental impact. Partners in the project include Volvo Cars, AB Volvo, Scania, Pininfarina, University West, Linköping University, Vinnova, Midroc Europe, and Innovatum Technology Park.
This is a Quick registration Module. Please register to get access to downloads and product specific documents.