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Topic - River Thames
Nov 05, 2014
A project delivered by Southeast Power Engineering of the UK has seen a mini power station installed on the River Thames at Romney Weir to generate electricity sustainably using environment friendly water driven Archimedes screw generators. The completed design...
Aug 16, 2013
The bolt and fastener industry is in excellent shape, in South Africa with the product easily meeting international safety standards, Krugersdorp-based fastener manufacturer CBC Fasteners MD Robert Pietersma. “By way of example, the manufacturing process at CBC...
Jul 20, 2012
The installation of 4 400 solar panels on the roof of the Blackfriars train station in central London reached the halfway mark in July, said British railway operator Network Rail.
Nov 19, 2010
If hemlines tell which way the stock market is headed, maybe city skylines do the same for the economy, in reverse. Tall stories often have unhappy endings. British Land, the UK’s second-largest real-estate investment trust, has revived plans for a 47-story tower in...
May 05, 2006
Lord Lawson is a member of the British House of Lords, and he published a report on the economics of climate change last year.
Mar 24, 2006
Sunspots are a regular feature of the surface of the sun.
Oct 11, 2002
Historically, wastewater from the Docklands development area in London, UK, had been discharged directly into the Thames River and tidal flow had been relied upon to disperse effluent.
Jul 26, 2002
Environmental technology designed to re-oxygenate impounded water resources, being hailed as a major breakthrough in the UK and now in China, bodes well for the future environmental well-being of South Africa’s own oxygen-poor impounded water, says Dr Dave...
Nov 12, 1999
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