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Despite Corona: STUVA Conference 2021 a complete Success with 2G plus

With well over 1,000 registered participants, numerous exhibitors and hundreds of trade visitors, the STUVA Conference 2021 at Messe Karlsruhe did not set a new attendance record, but in view of the pandemic situation the number of participants was simply overwhelming. Thanks to the precautionary measures laid down by STUVA, which went far beyond state regulations, an exceptional conference in all aspects was successfully held from 24 to 26 November 2021.

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NSK Self-Lube Bearings prove reliable in harsh Conditions

NSK Self-Lube® bearing units with triple lip seal and end cap protectors provide an extended service life in harsh operating conditions, such as those prevalent within the quarrying, mining and construction sectors. This proven performance is vital in these industries, where contaminants can easily penetrate poorly specified bearings, bringing machinery and equipment to a halt.

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Check out the virtual Information Room of Sydney Metro West

Sydney Metro has created a virtual engagement room to help you learn more about its second Environmental Impact Statement for the West project. Set deep underground, the virtual engagement room gives you a chance to explore and learn more about the proposed station caverns and railway tunnels. You can click on links to learn more about tunnel boring machines, view project information and hear from the project experts. Sydney Metro West has also created an interactive project map to help you understand what construction means for special areas.

Link to the virtual Information room: here

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Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Outfall Project featured on Season Finale of new Show

  • The City of Toronto, Hatch, and Southland Holdings play host to provide viewers with a front-row seat to the largest wastewater outfall in Canada
  • A 7-meter-diameter, 3.5-kilometer-long tunnel is being dug 260 feet underground to carry treated water into Lake Ontario
    Toronto, Canada
  • City of Toronto residents hoping to catch a glimpse of the multi-million-dollar, 1,000-tonne machine digging a new 7-meter-diameter, 3.5-kilometer-long tunnel under Lake Ontario will get their chance when the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Outfall (ABTPO) project is featured in an episode of a new Smithsonian Channel show, Impossible Repairs.
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