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Add more value to your agricultural land using free water

Each day, 30% of commercial water consumption is used in agriculture and food production, and for every 8–16 litres of water a day that is used for drinking water, 5,000 litres goes into food production. Some 85% of livestock farmers in the UK are still using mains water to sustain their herds or flocks, significantly…

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What can we do about the global water crisis?

Global Warming is putting increasing pressure on the world’s aquifers which are the earth’s subterranean sponges holding supplies of fresh water below our feet. The more that lakes, rivers, and reservoirs are depleted by drought, the more we depend on pumping groundwater up from the aquifers. For instance, 60% of California’s water needs are now…

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How did the Papa Pump change the lives of everyone in this remote village?

Providing access to a reliable water supply for irrigation can transform food production in remote villages all around the developing world… Click to watch the video and see the impact on this village in Cameroon…   Do you have a water project in the developing world that could change lives? If you are enthusiastic and motivated…

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Fruit Plantation and Vegetable Irrigation in Malaysia Case Study

In a recent project in Malaysia, a fruit and vegetable farmer had to choose between a diesel pump and a water powered pump to provide water for his 40-hectare fruit plantation and to irrigate his 2-hectare vegetable farm. Want to know which one he chose, based on the significant difference between diesel and water power as measured…

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How to finance water transformation projects in the developing world.

  The benefits of applying our technology to improve the transportation of “blue water” to irrigate crops or water livestock when water is plentiful are proven, as demonstrated by this recent project in Nepal. Our zero energy pumps deliver water without the use of fuel or electricity and have established the lowest water cost (below £0.01…

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How technology can help transform water-management

“Ensuring that the world’s food needs are met by 2050 will take a doubling of global food production. To improve agricultural yields on that scale will require a radical rethink of global water-management strategies and policies” according to an article on the Nature.com website. And much of the predicted population expansion driving the demand for more food…

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Getting rid of “dirty” waste water in a dairy without blocking the pump

This dairy produces waste called “washings” which contain solid fats which need to be extracted and recycled in an environmentally responsible way. The washings were pumped from a pit to a holding tank by a progressive cavity pump. A reliable filter was needed to prevent grit entering the pump. Innovative technology provides a solution to…

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Does your pump block up?

Does your pump block up leading to frequent maintenance visits, reduced pump life and general frustration? In our latest video, Phil Selwyn explains how a simple technology can… Stop your pump from blocking Prevent vortices from developing Stop your pump from wearing out quickly And one of our customers shows you how he uses the…

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How to innovate and use technology to make cheaper water for farmers and food producers a reality

If you supply water to farmers and food producers and you are looking for a way to make money by helping farmers save money …this article is for you! 30% of commercial water consumption is in agriculture and food production, and for every 8 – 16 litres of water a day that is used for…

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Off Mains Water

The problems with this remote sanitation site on the North Cornwall coast, owned by the National Trust, in an area of outstanding natural beauty were… Water was required to provide toilet flushing and washing facilities. The existing cast-iron ram pump was noisy and expensive to maintain. A water and/or electricity mains connection would have been…

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