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From sweet potatoes to orchids: Kew report urges global scientific community to secure health of the planet

Laxey Village and the Lady Isabella Water Wheel, Isle of Man, England (1854) is the largest working waterwheel in the world. It was built in to pump water from the Glen Mooar part of the ‘Great Laxey Mines’ industrial complex.


We get a lot of questions about pumps. What kind of pump is right for the job? What is the difference between kinds of pumps? How do water pumps work? We’re going to give you a simple guide to some of the pumps we offer throughout Australia, and hope we can make your choices easier.

from Knick of Time

Repurposed Lamps & Lights

Repurposed Lamps & Lights - Knick of Time

The Great Laxey Wheel (also known as Lady Isabella) the world’s largest waterwheel, built on the Isle of Man in 1854.


Lamps built from industrial Water pumps / Turbines with Harley Fan Design.

Bangkok's neighbouring province, Samut Sakhon, could experience a loss of as much as 150 billion baht as severe floods are expected to hit the province later this week and last about a month, says the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI). About 35 kilometres southwest of Bangkok, Samut Sakhon is home to nearly 5,000 factories with a total industrial workforce of 500,000, the majority of which are employed in the seafood sector, including SET-listed Thai Union Frozen Products Plc (TUF), one…

from WooHome

35 Impressive Backyard Ponds and Water Gardens

Quirky and delightful industrial water feature for the backyard: a regular pipe and a folded piece of metal that looks like cloth.


Lay Z Spa Vegas has all the features and benefits of a traditional spa but at a fraction of the price with the added bonus of being portable! This inflatable hot tub holds up to 4-6 adults. The pump system heats the water temperatxure to 40°C allowing you to fully enjoy the hydrotherapy benefits of the Lay Z Massage system.