Storage tanks containing dangerous chemicals require multiple levels of instrumentation, controllers and software that can monitor the contents of a vessel and provide an alarm in the event of a leak or overfill event.

Leak Monitoring and Control for Chemical Tanks

Recent events in the state of West Virginia have shown that our water supply is in jeopardy of contamination from leaks or overfills of storage and processing tanks (see Fig. 1) at chemical, petroleum, water/wastewater, and similar facilities.

In January 2014, the city of Charleston was affected when a tank containing 4-methylcyclohexane methanol leaked, causing contamination of the Elk River, which provides over 300,000 people with drinking water. Residents were without tap water for at least five days. But it may ...

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Saskatchewan is No. 2 for Mining Investment in the Global Market

And tops in Canada as most attractive jurisdiction. Ontario, BC slipping in rankings.

CALGARY — Saskatchewan is the most attractive jurisdiction for mining investment in Canada, according to an annual global survey of mining executives by the Fraser Institute.

The Canadian policy think-tank’s 2014 survey rates 122 global jurisdictions based on their geologic attractiveness and to what extent government policies encourage exploration and investment.

Saskatchewan ranks as the top jurisdiction in Canada and finishes second worldwide behind Finland.

“In addition to being blessed with ...

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Promotions and Staff Updates at KGO Group

KGO Group Ltd. Oakville Ontario is pleased to announce the promotion of Alan Struyk to Senior Technical & Applications Manager. Al has been a significant part of KGO’s success and is instrumental in the development and co-ordination of our systems group and overall corporate structure. Thank you Al for your years of dedication and continued support.

New Positions

Mateo Ikonomi BASc. – Inside Technical & Applications Support

John Siamandouros, B.Eng. – Technical Sales & Support

Malvin Goodger -Technical ...

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