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Buncefield fire

Diverting disaster

By Robert Smith

In the wake of an industrial disaster, updating plant safety technology is often the first port of call. But are there more effective ways for companies to safeguard their future?

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FROG-4000

Onsite chemical analysis

Quantitech has launched the FROG-4000, a rugged, portable instrument capable of analysing trace levels of individual volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in air, soil and water.

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BP plant operator

BP seeks future leaders in recruitment drive

Oil giant aims to recruit up to 30 leaders globally for businesses including Refining & Marketing and Safety & Operational Risk.

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Level readings

The right measure

If you need a level reading from a tank of molten sulphur, it pays to use the right technology says ABB level specialist Trevor Dunger.

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German ExxonMobil employees drink fracking fluid - web

ExxonMobil staff drink fracking fluid

Staff of ExxonMobil this week appeared on national television in Germany to attempt to show that fracking fluid is harmless.

Water treatment roundtable Video

Blacoh University has facilitated a roundtable video with industry leaders to discuss key aspects of a project to secure new equipment for a water reservoir and treatment facility.

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