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CMSC appoints Aggreko as power supply contractor for Colluli plant

Dual-listed Danakali has announced that Colluli Mining Share Company (CMSC) has appointed Aggreko as its preferred power supply contractor for a 12 MW heavy fuel oil (HFO) power plant at the Colluli sulphate of potash project in Eritrea.

A 12.36 MW thermal HFO solution was chosen as the most effective option for Module 1.

Aggreko will provide the funding for the power solution, which Danakali says provides certainty over the delivery of this preferred solution.

Aggreko will also provide the full scope of support services for the supply, commissioning and maintenance of the power plant and then transfer it to CMSC.

The costs of the power solution provided by Aggreko over the five-year contract period is lower than those set out in the front-end engineering design study, Danakali points out. 

The agreement with Aggreko is subject to the conclusion of ongoing negotiations to optimise the scope of works, contract pricing and execution; and board approval of the final investment decision.

“We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Aggreko as our single power provider. With 55 years of experience in delivering high-quality, reliable service to a large number of projects we are confident they have the capabilities to provide our power needs for Colluli.

“At the early stages of the project development, the HFO solution will provide us with flexibility and reliability, and as confirmed by the Solar Energy Industries Association, Colluli will have a relatively small impact on the environment.

“Going forward, once project development is in more of a steady state, we will look to diversify our energy sources towards renewables available in the Danakil region, as per our commitment to sustainable and environment-friendly solutions,” says Danakali CEO Niels Wage.

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Space Station bathroom renovation launching on next cargo supply run

It’s a home makeover but 200 miles above Earth: The next resupply delivery mission to the International Space Station will include a new re-designed commode for the astronauts.

A cargo re-supply launch is scheduled to liftoff on a Northrop Grumman Antares rocket Sept. 29 from NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Facility carrying supplies for the astronauts, research, hardware and a marketing experiment for the makeup company Estee Lauder.

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Loaded up among nearly 8,000 pounds of supplies, the Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus cargo spacecraft will also deliver a new “Universal Waste Management System,” also known as a space toilet, to the floating laboratory in space and home to astronauts 365 days a year.

The system actually has two important purposes on the ISS. Outside the bathroom needs, it also cleans water to be used again by the astronaut

“We recycle about 90% of all water-based liquids on the space station, including urine and sweat,” NASA astronaut Jessica Meir said in a news release. “What we try to do aboard the space station is mimic elements of Earth’s natural water cycle to reclaim water from the air. And when it comes to our urine on ISS, today’s coffee is tomorrow’s coffee!”

The engineers behind the low-gravity loo spoke about the technology during a press call Thursday with reporters.

The new toilet design will be used on the ISS and for NASA’s second Artemis mission to the moon with astronauts. According to government contracts, NASA awarded contracts totaling more than $23 million to design and build the new system.

The new toilet is 65% smaller and 40% lighter than the current potty on the ISS. It’s about the same size as

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Keystone Bathrooms is the Leading Bathroom Design and Supply Service Provider in Bristol and Surrounding Areas

Keystone Bathrooms is the Leading Bathroom Design and Supply Service Provider in Bristol and Surrounding Areas

Bristol, GB – Bathrooms are important, and as a personal space, it needs to mirror the style and sense of sophistication of the user. To get the best bathroom installation, one needs to rely on two important things, the best craftsmanship, as well as the best materials. The team at Keystone Bathrooms take these two factors seriously and make sure that members of the community are presented with the best services to get them the bathroom of their dreams.

With years of experience in the industry and being the trusted partner of over 50 regional developers for bathrooms across Southern and South West England and Wales, Keystone Bathrooms has a reputation that precedes them. The company focuses on client satisfaction and continues to push hard to make sure that everything the client needs to get the bathroom job done is provided.

Describing the company and the zeal that has kept them in business over the years, Dale Gregor, the spokesperson for the company said, “Keystone Bathrooms is headquartered in Bristol. We are a family run business and our clients are at the heart of what we do. Working alongside developers, contractors, architects, and designers, we are proud to be the trusted partner of over 50 regional developers for bathrooms across Southern and South West England and Wales. Experienced operational staff with many years’ industry knowledge are paramount to ensuring we are able to support you at every stage of your project.”

Clients who choose to work with the team at Keystone Bathrooms will find that the company offers them the best in terms of bathroom designs. The company boasts a team of talented, in-house consultants that will work with each client to create quality bathrooms of all sizes. The team is familiar with the design process and can make great

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