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New pump installed at Richmond Harbour

Waterways Ireland have produced an excellent video promoting their work in Green WIN at Richmond Harbour which is one of the sites selected by Waterways Ireland as part of the Green WIN project. Located on the Royal Canal in the Republic of Ireland, the pump at Richmond Harbour extracts water from the Camlin river to

Green WIN pump testing is GO!…

A landmark moment was reached on Tuesday 14th June 2022 as Green WIN partners were finally able to meet up in person to witness pumps being tested in the custom-built test facility at the University de Liège. Joris Hardy from Liège designed the entire system and worked with colleagues from the University throughout the long

Green WIN & NIWE on show at the World Canals Conference…

The World Canals Conference took place in Leipzig, Germany from 31 May to 3 June 2022 after an unwelcome break due to covid Speakers from 20 nations across 4 continents explained how waterways, tourism, regional development, flood and environmental protection and urban renewal can be efficiently promoted. Reflecting the ‘local’ picture, the main topic was TRANSFORMATION

Crissey Lock Pumping Station

Level of Intervention: Pump System ​Context: Voies Navigables de France operates the French inland waterways network. It is responsible for modernizing the network and the civil works. Regarding climate change adaptation needs of the hydraulic network, VNF is engaged in an ambition modernization program including the modernisation of hydraulic equipment. The modernisation of Lock34bis

2022-01-05T16:01:05+00:00January 5th, 2022|Categories: GreenWIN Case Study|Tags: |0 Comments
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