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Aliaxis partners with Solar Impulse Foundation to accelerate the development of sustainable water solutions and transition to clean energy

15/05/2024

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Leadership transition at Aliaxis

22/04/2024

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Aliaxis Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary Meeting – May 2, 2024

12/04/2024

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2023 Annual Report

10/04/2024

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85% of employees said they were satisfied in our latest ‘Aliaxis & Me’ survey, which had a 92% participation rate

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Durman’s answer to sustainable drinking water

In Guatemala our three-layered water tank has a middle layer made from recycled plastic.

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Replacing ageing metal gas pipes in London

Around 2,800 km of legacy metallic gas pipes in central London needed replacing, to better serve the growing population. While our GPS polyethylene (PE) Yellow pipes were suitable, the existing pipes approved for use in the UK gas industry were too small in diameter. We manufactured, tested, accredited and delivered a new 800 mm pipe, and trained more than 50 installers to insert them into the existing pipe structure for a cost-effective transformation.

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Taking part in world sporting events

The combination of our Italian brands, FIP and Lareter, means we can bring greater value to our customers as a single supplier. We’re working with some of the biggest names in this sector, on some of the most important pools, including those for the Rio 2016 Olympics; the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary; the Tokyo 2021 Olympics; and the Paris 2024 Olympics.

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New water solutions

Modular systems and subassemblies are a growing area of innovation. In India, we successfully introduced a modular water storage system, using square water tanks that can be easily assembled to give municipalities greater flexibility in water storage capacity.

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The new valve preventing the spread of disease in hospitals

Our Paris Research hub led the team that developed the first ever hot and cold water balancing valve, for use in healthcare and other settings with high sanitary requirements. This new HTA valve prevents the spread of diseases like legionella by keeping hot and cold water separated and reducing the risk of contamination.

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Cutting carbon emissions with innovative heat recovery system

We worked with the Accor Group on a trial of our Zypho brand’s drain water heat recovery technology in two of its hotels. The Zypho system captures the outgoing hot wastewater from a shower and uses it to heat the incoming cold water, recycling up to 75% of the energy needed to produce hot water in the process. That means lower energy bills, a cut in carbon emissions, and a response to the French government’s directive for the hospitality sector to cut energy use and adopt eco-friendly practices.

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Transforming an irrigation system in Spain

A system irrigating rice, corn and cereal crops in the Santa Cruz de Alcolea de Cinca region of Spain was regularly losing water through evaporation and leaks. We modernised it by installing 195 km of efficient polyethylene pipes, carrying an estimated 29 million cubic metres of water in a continuous flow. That’s equivalent to 8,500 Olympic swimming pools.

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