Monthly Archives: September 2021

Following the approval of the long-term development plan, the campus invites local leaders to collaborate on a framework for sustainable implementation

[ad_1] UC Santa Cruz called on city and county leaders to help develop a sustainable implementation framework after UC Regents approved the 2021 Long-Term Campus Development Plan today. Chancellor Cynthia Larive said UC Santa Cruz will continue to work closely with elected officials to balance the need for access to education for California students with community concerns, especially around housing, …

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Riverkeeper chooses new leader at pivotal moment

[ad_1] People look out over the Hudson River and New York City. | AP Photo ALBANY – Riverkeeper, a historic organization that started with a patrol boat to catch polluters on the Hudson River, has selected its first female leader. Tracy Brown, regional director of water protection at Save the Sound, will become president and Hudson Riverkeeper of the nonprofit …

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Recycle collection changes to adapt to supply chain challenges

[ad_1] KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Waste Management is making changes to adapt to supply chain issues caused by the pandemic. As part of these changes, the company has decided to conduct a recycling collection every two weeks. It’s a change that public sector director John Blessing says will ease the demands for trucking on the streets. “We have been able …

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The environment affects baseball. These players want to help.

Flying all over North America every week is part of Major League status. The Milwaukee Brewers, for example, have traveled as far as San Diego and Miami as part of their 162-game regular season this year. Now multiply that by 30 teams in Major League Baseball. Brewers reliever Brent Suter can’t help but think about the amount of fuel burned …

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Building the foundations for successful green diplomacy

[ad_1] Taking concrete steps to improve the environmental footprint of the Tri-Mission in Rome is smart diplomacy. BY KENNETH L. MEYER This “green” parking lot made of grass and cobblestones helps disperse heat and makes it easier to manage rainwater during stormy events.US Department of State / Tri-Mission Italy President Joe Biden has made tackling the climate crisis a national …

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Irish Water approves modernization of 21 wastewater treatment plants

[ad_1] Irish Water has approved work to modernize 21 wastewater treatment plants, which the utility says will unlock growth and development in small towns and villages across the state. The upgrade of small wastewater treatment plants follows repeated fines against the company for incidents involving wastewater discharges in recent years. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), raw sewage from …

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Tampa Bay Nutrient Red Tide Algae Study Gets Financial Support

[ad_1] Scientists studying how to reduce the nutrients that fuel algal blooms in Tampa Bay will soon start collecting data, and they now have funding to help fund their research. Members of University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences have been in partnership with Mote Marine Laboratory for months to prepare for their study on nitrogen in rainwater, …

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Beginning of trade on the UK-Norway power cable, with both markets facing constraints

[ad_1] Workers lay a NordLink submarine interconnect power cable to connect Norway and Germany in the Vollesfjord fjord near Flekkefjord, Norway, May 31, 2018. REUTERS / Lefteris Karagiannopoulos // File Photo OSLO, September 30 (Reuters) – Nordic power exchange Nord Pool will hold its first auction on Thursday to trade electricity on a recently launched interconnector between Norway and Britain …

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Waste, (WM) gains 1.12% to close at $ 151.60 on September 29

[ad_1] Last prize $ Last trade Switch $ Percentage of change % Open $ Previous Close $ High $ moo $ 52 weeks high $ 52 weeks low $ Market capitalization P / E ratio Volume To exchange WM – Market data and news To exchange Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM), a Houston, Texas firm, gained to close at $ …

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Equipment failures at the southern sewage treatment plant resulted in the plant being shut down

[ad_1] The following information is from the Office of Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome: September 29, 2021 – This afternoon, City-Parish became aware of several serious equipment, plant and process failures at our southern wastewater treatment plant near Gardere Lane, resulting in the shutdown temporary plant for about two hours and resulted in street-level flooding in the immediate vicinity, including some …

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SSE says weak wind and dry conditions are affecting renewable energy production

[ad_1] A wind turbine photographed in, Camelford, Cornwall, at sunset. Ashley Cooper | Corbis | Getty Images Energy giant SSE said its renewable assets produced 32% less electricity than expected between April 1 and September 22 thanks to historically dry, low wind conditions. This equates to 11% of his production target for the entire year. “This deficit was caused by …

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Bioplastic packaging market size to reach USD 34.82 billion by 2028, according to reports and data

Reports and data The demand for conventional plastics is decreasing at a reduced rate, they are essentially very harmful to the environment. NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Based on current analysis, the global bioplastic packaging market was valued at USD 8.19 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach 34, $ 82 billion by 2028, at …

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Cape Cod Commission Approves Bourne Landfill Expansion Plans | Bourne News

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IIT Guwahati researchers develop water-repellent material for wearable motion sensors

[ad_1] Researchers at IIT Guwahati have developed a new water-repellent material New Delhi: Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Guwahati have developed a new water-repellent material that can be used for real-time monitoring of human movement. The developed material is flexible, non-stretchable and environmentally friendly which can sense low stress with high sensitivity. Wearable motion sensors are …

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Orleans provides update on wastewater treatment infrastructure project

[ad_1] ORLEANS – The City of Orleans recently released an update informing city residents of construction projects related to the Orleans Wastewater Infrastructure Project during the two-week period that began on September 27 2021. During this period, construction crews and detours are expected to be at 29 Overland Way and 32 Lots Hollow Road to perform Contract # 2019-01 – …

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BLM Lease Sale Seeks to Expand Geothermal Power in New Mexico

[ad_1] 1 hour ago Public lands Through Hannah grover | 1 hour ago As part of an effort to increase renewable energy, the Bureau of Land Management will host a virtual geothermal lease sale this fall for three plots totaling nearly 4,000 acres. These plots are located in Hidalgo and Sierra counties in southwestern New Mexico. It comes after President …

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ISSA, Informa Markets and ISSA Pulire Network launch global portfolio of exhibitions

In its ongoing efforts to disseminate essential education and knowledge, connect buyers and sellers, and promote the advancement of innovation and cleaning technologies, ISSA’s portfolio of global exhibitions and events now spans five continents across the world. world. “We are excited to expand our events across five continents to serve more global communities and change the way the world views …

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City Councilor Aaron Banks hold city hall on garbage removal contract

[ad_1] Posted: Sep 28, 2021 / 10:37 PM CDT / Update: Sep 28, 2021 / 10:37 PM CDT JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) For the second day, the trash conversation continues. This time, City Councilor Aaron Banks held his own town hall to tell his side of the story. While the future of waste disposal in the city of Jackson remains unknown. …

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Beaches reopen after wastewater spill from northwest Indiana plant that turned Lake Michigan to orange – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Beaches reopened in Portage, Indiana on Tuesday after an orange substance spilled from a plant in a tributary of Lake Michigan in recent days, officials said. Portage Mayor Sue Lynch said she was awaiting water test results after the industrial spill on Sunday, for which calls were received that an unknown substance had appeared in the water near the …

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VCU building will tell the story of 18th century human remains found in 1994 at the bottom of a well | Education

[ad_1] Workers discovered the human remains in 1994 during the construction of the Kontos Medical Sciences Building. The skeletal remains were 25 feet below East Marshall Street, where a separate hospital for African Americans existed. According to a Richmond Times-Dispatch story at the time, the brick well was “full of water and topped with clay,” preserving body parts. Other artifacts …

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Either way, the United States needs bold climate action now

[ad_1] After this summer, there may not be a need for a climatologist to state the obvious, but I will: Man-made climate change has become a major problem, not only around the world, but also in the USA. And it’s getting worse quickly. In the southwestern United States, climate change is hitting hard in the form of heat waves, Sandstorm …

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Diageo to use wind and solar power to make Bulleit bourbon at first carbon neutral factory in North America

Global spirits giant Diageo PLC, which owns the Guinness, Hennessy and more brands, has opened its first carbon neutral distillery in North America. The 72,000 square foot facility in Lebanon, Ky., Will be used for a portion of its Bulleit bourbon operations. The facility has the capacity to produce up to 10 million gallons of “proof” per year using electrode …

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Local waste management company launches new website to serve customers

[ad_1] Atlanta, GA, September 28, 2021 – (PR.com) – Your Local Trashman, Inc., the Atlanta metro area’s premier waste management provider, today announced the launch of its new website . The new domain, yourlocaltrashman.com, will create a seamless and user-friendly experience to better serve its customers. “We are thrilled to launch our new site,” said Quentin Young, Founder of Your …

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El-Sisi inaugurates the world’s largest wastewater treatment plant

[ad_1] Illinois MP denounces Iron Dome funding and “theft” of Sheikh Jarrah’s homes CHICAGO: Illinois Congresswoman Marie Newman told voters on Sunday that they “can make a difference” by bolstering US support for Palestinian rights and curbing excessive demands for funding from Israel. Newman was one of nine members of the House of Representatives to vote last week against a …

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Punjab wallets: CM Channi maintains vigilance, mining, electricity; MP Randhawa returns home, Soni’s health

[ad_1] Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Tuesday assigned portfolios to his ministers, giving plum departments to his two deputies and new faces to the cabinet. The Chief Minister will hold the portfolios of personnel, vigilance, general administration, justice, legal and legislative affairs, information and public relations, environment, mining and geology , civil aviation, excise duties, investment promotion, hotels, …

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China’s energy crisis raises alarm bells and calls for more coal

[ad_1] Governor of Jilin Province calls for more coal imports Environmental controls and soaring prices undermine electricity production Fears as power cuts hit traffic lights, 3G networks, factories SHANGHAI, Sept.28 (Reuters) – As a severe electricity crisis shakes the industrial heartland of northeast China, senior officials face increasing pressure from alarmed citizens to increase coal imports in order to keep …

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Food Waste Management Market Analysis by Industry Size, Future Evolution, Scope and Regional Analysis by 2021-2026 – Stillwater Current

According to the latest IMARC Group report, entitled “Food Waste Management Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Forecast 2021-2026‘, The global food waste management market has grown at a CAGR of around 5% during the period 2015-2020. Food waste management helps to collect, sort, dispose of, transport and process food waste. It also participates in the recycling …

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Waste, (WM) drops 1.39% to close at $ 152.05 on September 27

[ad_1] Last prize $ Last trade Switch $ Percentage of change % Open $ Previous Close $ High $ moo $ 52 weeks high $ 52 weeks low $ Market capitalization P / E ratio Volume To exchange WM – Market data and news To exchange Shares of Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM) fell 1.39%, or $ 2.14 per share, …

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PennEast becomes last to scuttle gas pipeline project

[ad_1] A gas pipeline in Chino Hills State Park, California, United States, April 21, 2021. REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson Sept. 27 (Reuters) – PennEast Pipeline on Monday announced it would stop developing a proposed Pennsylvania-New Jersey pipeline, the latest in a series of natural gas lines to run aground due to legal issues and regulatory. The project was one of …

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Auburn University tackles United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

[ad_1] Item body A new report from Auburn University illustrates how it is tackling the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The document, completed this summer, highlights how committed Auburn is to each of the 17 sustainable development goals, or ODD. The United Nations adopted the goals in 2015 as a way to address global challenges and achieve a better and …

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MSME Minister Narayan Rane calls for development of coconut industry in Konkan, North and Northeast region

ANI | Update: Sep 27, 2021 10:00 PM STI New Delhi [India], September 27 (ANI): Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Narayan Rane called for the development of the coconut industry in Konkan, in the North and North-East region of countries and expand the market network, according to a statement from the Ministry of Micro, Small and …

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Mangala Resource requested to submit a report on waste management

[ad_1] Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra asked Mangala Resource Management Pvt on Monday. Ltd., a start-up led by Mangaluru Ramakrishna Mutt, to submit a Detailed Project Report (DPR) to Mangaluru City Corporation on how solid waste collection, transportation and treatment could be better done in the city. Speaking at a public consultation meeting on solid waste management here, the deputy commissioner …

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Global Wastewater Plumbing Pipe Market 2021-2026 in Covid-19 100% Accurate Analysis of Company Inventory and Strategic Development – Stillwater Current

[ad_1] The global wastewater plumbing pipes market report covers the competitive landscape, regional analysis and growth prospects over the forecast period The Wastewater Plumbing Pipes Market report offers an in-depth analysis of the global segmentation market growth, market size, market share, competitive landscape, finance, market analysis sales, local and global market players, opportunity analysis, business regulation, latest developments, regional analysis, …

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Silverthorne’s primary curriculum combines STEM and outdoor education

[ad_1] This fall, Silverthorne Elementary students are cycling as part of the school’s outdoor education program.Louise Wacaser / Summit School District The Silverthorne Elementary School Outdoor Education Program is a way for students to learn more about science while engaging in the many outdoor resources that Summit County has to offer. Principal Louise Wacaser said the program began as a …

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TechInnovation 2021 Virtual Exhibition to Showcase Sustainable Energy, Food and Healthcare Solutions

KrASIA is a media partner of TechInnovation 2021. Climate change has an impact on cities, creating challenges in terms of infrastructure, carbon footprint, food production and health. It is crucial that we harness technology to transform and overcome the impact of climate change for future generations, and to make cities sustainable and resilient in the face of these challenges. As …

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Waste at sporting events – The Heights

[ad_1] Ah yes, the return of football from Boston College, or rather, the return of fans to football in British Columbia. First Saturdays and the atmosphere of the hatchback were greatly missed last season by current students, alumni and parents. Of course, what missed the most was the crux of the match day: actually being in the stadium. As BC …

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Birds Eye Informs Waseca County of Efforts to Reduce Wastewater Odors | New

[ad_1] For years, residents of Waseca County have been told that the stench of the Birds Eye sewage system is the smell of earned money. But it is still too much for the nostrils of some inhabitants. On September 21, plant manager Ralph Castro assured the Waseca County Board of Commissioners that the team was working to improve the situation. …

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The future of software is usage-based pricing

[ad_1] The The Transform Technology Summits begin October 13 with Low-Code / No Code: Enabling Enterprise Agility. Register now! Every software company advocates customer focus. Yet the common subscription pricing model for most cloud software is anything but customer centric. In a subscription pricing model, customers must choose to pay a recurring charge per month. Recurring charges are determined in …

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Starmer: Labor would not nationalize six big energy companies | Workforce

[ad_1] Keir Starmer said a Labor government would not seek to nationalize the Big Six energy companies, apparently abandoning a campaign pledge to the leadership to “support common ownership of railways, mail, energy and electricity. ‘water “. Appearing on BBC One’s Andrew Marr on Sunday as Labor’s annual conference kicked off in Brighton, Starmer was asked directly if he would …

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What industries is blockchain revolutionizing today?

Blockchain technology is not just the public ledger that keeps track of your Bitcoin balance. It is a versatile framework for data management, encryption, and security that can be applied to many different industries. Organizations around the world are starting to see it and their best people are working on new applications every day. Banking The banking sector is being …

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Hartford defines ceremony | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] DEDICATION: The Hartford Township Park Committee will host a dedication ceremony for the new community pavilion at 2 p.m. on October 3 in Township Square on State Highways 7 and 305. Hartford Academy which was held on the grounds, was funded through a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and donations from the community. There will be …

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Community Schools in New Mexico Aim to Cover ‘All Basic Needs’ | Local News

[ad_1] If you’ve seen a community school, you’ve seen a community school. This unique mantra is intentional, said David Greenberg, executive director of the Center for Community Schools at the National Education Association of New Mexico. Just as the needs of every community are different, so are every community school. Although each of the 80 community schools in New Mexico …

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Scientists Seize Opportunity to Study Phosphorus in Lower Minnesota River

[ad_1] During this summer’s drought, the Minnesota River has fallen to near-historically low levels, exposing riverbanks and sandbars. But these low flows also created optimal conditions – last seen in 2012 – for researchers to collect data on phosphorus from wastewater treatment plants and its effects on the health of the river. “The good thing about drought or low flow …

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Could Pipelines Solve America’s Water Crisis?

[ad_1] Big oil companies could help alleviate the water scarcity in the western United States by reallocating existing infrastructure to help transport clean water to areas that need it most. Innovations like this highlight how big oil and gas companies, their infrastructure and knowledge will always be relevant, even in a country that continually pushes for decarbonization and renewables. As …

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WADA’s Presidential Member supports the operation of cleaning your Henry Quartey facade

Mr. Alfred Asiedu Adjei, presiding member of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly said Henry Quartey’s policy “Clean your facade and let Greater Accra work” will catapult development and attitude change if strictly adhered to. . He said the policy will also boost awareness among residents in the area and beyond on sanitation, waste management, cleanliness, discipline and crime and solutions. Mr …

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USCB Biology Students Analyze Wastewater For Clues About COVID-19

[ad_1] Can wastewater from bathrooms around the Lowcountry predict the next local coronavirus hotspot? University of South Carolina Beaufort student researchers are monitoring the spread of COVID-19 by partnering with the Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority to study wastewater, which may sound an early warning for spikes in disease. Dr Tye Pettay, molecular ecologist and assistant professor of biological oceanography, …

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The legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps lives on in state parks

[ad_1] PITTSBURGH (AP) – America’s 20th-century “army of trees” brought generations of citizens closer to nature’s wonders while enduring the country’s greatest economic crisis. If the political winds are favorable, new recruits could have the chance to repeat this effort during the current health crisis. U.S. Senator Bob Casey, D-Scranton and the National Wildlife Federation propose the creation of a …

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Energy and Water Ombudsman Says 18 Percent Reduction in Complaints About Water and Energy Problems Should Be Taken With Caution | The mail

[ad_1] news, latest news, VICTORIA’s Water and Energy Ombudsman (EWOV) said an 18% reduction in complaints about water and energy issues should be taken with caution given the pandemic and the number of people who accessed increased government payments in the past 18 months. While high bills continue to be the main complaint received by EWOV, the total number of …

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The impact of remote work on climate change

Remote working is gaining popularity with companies encouraging their staff to work from home. Employees can choose between working from home full time or alternating between working in the office and at home. The gradual migration from corporate work to remote work has varying effects on climate change. Let’s discuss some of the pros and cons of remote working. The …

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New $ 20 million waste management plan begins in New Orleans

[ad_1] “Thirty days is our goal right now to clean this stuff up. Frankly, I consider it a lot shorter than that. NEW ORLEANS – Trucks full of trash were pulled over Friday at a long-closed transfer station on Chef Highway in eastern New Orleans. Waste Management’s transfer station – where garbage can be dropped off before going to landfill …

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Sri Lanka to stop building coal-fired power plants and aims to be net zero by 2050

[ad_1] Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa addresses the General Debate of the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, USA, September 22, 2021. Justin Lane / Pool via REUTERS COLOMBO, Sept. 24 (Reuters) – Sri Lanka will stop building new coal-fired power plants and reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said in …

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More work pending for the wastewater pollution control center

[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Tyler kula Sarnia Town Hall Photo by photo file // The observer Content of the article Further maintenance and upgrades are planned at the Sarnia Wastewater Pollution Control Center. Advertising This ad has not yet loaded, but your article continues below. Content of the article Sarnia recently approved a more …

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Can frogs teach us how to stay healthy? These scientists think so | KLBK | KAMC

[ad_1] LUBBOCK, Texas (press release) – The following is a press release from Texas Tech University: Can frogs’ ability to survive certain infections help humans to do the same? Texas University of Technology‘s Lisa Liméri is part of a new research collaboration seeking to answer this question. The partnership, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), will examine the resilience …

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Wellington expects continued change in waste collection

[ad_1] The Village of Wellington will get a new solid waste management contractor in early 2022, and on Wednesday, September 22, the Wellington Public Safety Committee received an update on the progress of the change. The new contract between the Village of Wellington and FCC Environmental Services Florida replaces the current agreement with Waste Management for the solid waste and …

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Purified wastewater as drinking water? Silicon Valley hopes to make it part of epic drought fight

[ad_1] San jose, california – The Santa Clara Valley Water District is embarking on an effort to revamp the image of purified wastewater and lay the groundwork for replenishing local aquifers, reports CBS San Francisco. Speaking at a press conference at the Silicon Valley Advanced Water Purification Center, district CEO Rick Callender spoke about the need to continue to save …

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Angola signs $ 1.5 billion MoU on solar and hydro projects with US company –

[ad_1] Angola has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sun Africa and the American company AfricaGlobal Shaffer to create the largest mini-grid energy project in Africa. This is part of a $ 1.5 billion project that will be implemented by Sun Africa. The project is expected to cover the southern provinces of Cunene, Namibe, Cuando Cubango and Huíla in Angola. …

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Recession-resistant growth doesn’t come cheap by TipRanks

[ad_1] © Reuters. Waste management: Recession-resilient growth doesn’t come cheap Waste Management (NYSE 🙂 is a recession-resilient company that has rewarded long-term shareholders by increasing the stock price and dividend per share. The stock is near all-time highs and is currently up 33.7% year-to-date. The company provides environmental waste management services to residential, commercial, industrial and municipal customers in North …

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Pune: NCL mechanism aims to convert waste PPE into recycled raw materials

At a time when efforts were being made across the world to phase out single-use plastic, the Covid-19 pandemic struck and forced the intensive use of personal protective equipment (PPE) kits, gloves, masks and other plastic clothing. The tons of waste generated as a result now pose serious dangers to the environment, unless these plastics are recycled appropriately. In this …

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Governor Newsom’s $ 15 billion climate resilience program

[ad_1] SACRAMENTO, Calif., September 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) Executive Director Dave Eggerton issued the following statement in response to Governor Gavin Newsom’s signing today of ‘A law authorizing a budget of over $ 15 billion in the year 2021-22 for climate resilience, including funding for drought response and long-term water resilience. “ACWA applauds …

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Utica Zoo finds new homes for California sea lions

[ad_1] The Utica Zoo will bid farewell to its California sea lion pair, the zoo said on Tuesday. The reason? The sea lion’s current habitat is too small to exercise freely, zoo officials said. Porter, a 19-year-old male sea lion, weighs 685 pounds. Her more delicate female counterpart, Munchkin, 23, weighs 240 pounds. With a 650-square-foot pool, Porter can only …

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Jericho Energy Ventures: Hydro – GuruFocus.com

[ad_1] NEWTOWN, PA and VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 23, 2021 / Jericho Energy Ventures (TSX Venture Exchange: JEV, Financial) (Frankfurt: JLM0) (OTC PINK: JROOF) (“Jericho” or “JEV” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce its wholly owned subsidiary, Hydrogen technologies (“HT”), will participate in the conference of the International District Energy Association IDEA2021 Conference and Exhibition, held September …

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CSIR-NCL and Reliance Industries Ltd team up to make useful products from COVID19 waste PPE – Punekar News

Pune, September 23, 2021: CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (CSIR-NCL), Pune, together with Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL), and several other companies in Pune, have made a breakthrough in making useful molded plastic components from waste COVID-19 PPE. The pilot project undertaken has the potential to be scaled up and replicated across the country to convert waste PPE into useful and safe products. …

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Solid Waste Management Market Analysis, Outlook, Outlook, Share and Forecast 2027

[ad_1] Emerging research logo Solid Waste Management Market Size – USD 1,000.12 Billion in 2019, Market Growth – 2.4% CAGR, Market Trends – Supportive Regulatory Policies VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, September 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Solid Waste Management Market Research Presentation by Emergen Research The global solid waste management market will be worth $ 1,193.88 billion by 2027, according to a …

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Accepta, Grundfos, Suez Environnement, Culligan Water – Stillwater Current

[ad_1] UK, MR Precision Reports published the research report entitled Global Healthcare wastewater treatment Industry 2021 presents analytical study of the global healthcare wastewater treatment market including detailed analysis of the current and historical performance of the healthcare wastewater treatment market globally. The competitive landscape of the healthcare wastewater treatment industry is also assessed in this research study. It helps …

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State releases $ 69.8 million for Maui County capital improvement projects

[ad_1] September 22, 2021, 2:01 PM HST The State of Hawaii has provided $ 7 million to design and build physical education and athletics facilities at Baldwin High School. Courtesy photo The State of Hawaii has released $ 602 million for capital improvement projects in 2021, including critical public infrastructure projects across the state and $ 69.8 million for County …

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“40% of my salary goes to house expenses”: how soaring energy bills hit a Briton | Energy industry

[ad_1] Joshua Wheeler-Gaunt, 33, is among a growing number of people concerned about rising energy bills and other costs. Asked about things that have become unaffordable or very expensive for him, he replied: “Everything! From home maintenance to rising energy bills [and] the cost of replacing my increasingly unreliable 14-year-old car – almost impossible without buying something so unreliable or …

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U.S. EPA assesses chemical recycling regulations

The headquarters of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Washington, DC, US REUTERS / Andrew Kelly WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 (Reuters) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to regulate chemical recycling, a controversial technology that aims to convert mixed plastic waste into fuel or energy. In its notice published earlier this month in the Federal Register, the EPA …

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Waste Pro revenue expected to exceed $ 900 million in 2022

[ad_1] LONGWOOD, Florida, September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – In the past three months, Waste Pro has completed five acquisitions and secured five new municipal contracts / franchises in four different states. Activities include the management of two landfills – the C&D Riverside landfill in Southern Louisiana and the Pine Belt SWA MSW landfill, along with its three transfer …

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COVID Houston Wastewater: Health Department Dashboard Launch with City’s Coronavirus Levels

[ad_1] HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – The Houston Health Department has launched a new online dashboard that tracks levels of the COVID-19 virus in the city’s wastewater. The city has been collecting weekly samples from 39 sewage treatment plants and numerous HISD schools since May 2020 and tracking the levels of viruses detected, but now Houstonians can see the levels for …

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United Arab Emirates University researchers develop low-energy desalination system – News

[ad_1] The new system will significantly reduce energy consumption during the desalination process Researchers at the University of the United Arab Emirates (UAEU) have invented a new desalination system that significantly reduces energy consumption during the desalination process. By developing the new desalination system, scientists at the university’s National Water and Energy Center have achieved an unprecedented scientific breakthrough that …

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Smart Waste Market Size, Growth and Analysis by Major Key Players – Covanta Energy, Republic Services, Waste Management, Bre Smartwaste

Sample download request Request a discount Company Profile “Professional investigation reports including SWOT analysis of smart waste, CAGR and analysis of major global players including stock market rises and falls. “ The market report called ‘Smart Waste Market’ examines the expanding structure of the current market globally through extensive research based on the Smart Waste market. Planned by the system …

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Visitors to the San Elijo Lagoon will benefit from 31 additional parking spaces and a public footpath

[ad_1] A near-complete $ 20.6 million renovation of the San Elijo Joint Powers Authority wastewater treatment property along Manchester Avenue could provide the added benefit of reducing the lack of parking at a nearby natural center . Much of the construction work – the addition of a two-story administration building, modifications to the site’s stormwater treatment systems, and site security …

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Ohio Sea Grant Provides Solutions for Harmful Algal Blooms

[ad_1] Algal blooms in freshwater lakes like Lake Erie occur every year, but have increased over the years due to increased phosphorus runoff from farms into the lake. Credit: Send photo file / Send via TNS Storing manure, waste water treatment, and preventing nutrient runoff are some of the issues researchers worked to address last year as part of the …

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Berea College brings hydroelectric power to the region with a new dam

[ad_1] Berea College RAVENNA, Ky. (BC Public Relations) – Berea College is the first higher education institution in the country to complete construction of a hydroelectric power station, located at Lock and Dam 12 on the Kentucky River near Ravenna, Ky. The demonstration Small Scale The project produces on average about half of the electricity the College uses on an …

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Investing in Safety – Waste Today

[ad_1] For OC Waste & Recycling (OCWR), which oversees the solid waste disposal needs of 34 cities and 16 unincorporated areas in Orange County, California, to ensure the safety and health of the community, as well as agency employees, is a top priority. In recent years, the county has focused on using modern management techniques to better regulate the county’s …

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US Ecology: extends environmental solutions offered to the hospitality industry

It might be a while since you last arrived at the hotel, but when you did, you might remember being greeted with the option shown in the bathroom to leave towels on the floor to replace or hang them up for reuse and help cut hotel expenses. water consumption and preserve the environment. While the hospitality industry has devoted significant …

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Waste management in Lumumba: “Follow … state law”

[ad_1] JACKSON, Mississippi (WLBT) – Days after Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba said talks with Waste Management had collapsed, a letter provides more details on why negotiations are behind schedule. An August 30 letter from Chase Byran, an attorney for the firm, shows Jackson refused to consider Waste Management’s proposal for a six-year garbage collection contract, despite the city having …

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Canada’s nitrogen footprint shows great regional variation | Writing

[ad_1] Reactive nitrogen emissions contribute to greenhouse gases, as well as air and water pollution. For the first time, researchers at McGill University have calculated Canada’s nitrogen footprint (similar to a carbon footprint) – nationally and provincially. They looked at the three main sectors that contribute to the supply of nitrogen to the environment to calculate the annual average nitrogen …

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VIMS partners with JASON Learning for Beyond the Plastic Bottle Challenge

[ad_1] by the staff | September 21, 2021 William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science partnered with JASON Learning for the Beyond the Plastic Bottle Challenge, an educational activity in which teams of students create a sustainable plan that reduces debris associated with a source of microplastic pollution. in their community. The challenge is inspired by research conducted at …

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Blockage of online authorization system slows PV installations

[ad_1] Local solar and photovoltaic contractors say there is a blockage in the permit pipeline of the county’s new EPIC online permit system. A slowdown in permits was expected with the switch to an online permit system at the end of July. But, while most builders and contractors polled in an informal West Hawaii Today survey said permits are starting …

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Industry Trends, Size, Share, Analysis & Forecast – Stillwater Current

The global diaphragm pump market reached a value of US $ 5.62 billion in 2020. Going forward, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.42% during 2021-2026, according to the latest report. of the IMARC group. The diaphragm pump is a positive displacement device which is mainly adopted to transfer fluid into and out of a pump …

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Government promotes waste management through film

[ad_1] The film has now become a good platform to get the message across that there are various issues we are facing, one of them being litter in the ocean. Jakarta (ANTARA) – The government has encouraged citizens to manage their waste in order to tackle the problem of ocean waste through a film called “Bude Jo Belajar Kelola Sampah”. …

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EPWater provides update on wastewater emergency in West El Paso

[ad_1] On Monday, EPWater officials announced that their crews had completed repairs to one of two damaged sewage pipes known as Frontera Force Mains near Sunland Park Drive and Doniphan Drive. Utility officials say this will eliminate sewage flows into the area’s stormwater ponds that have contributed to significant odors in the surrounding area. The repair will also reduce some …

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The best eco-friendly companies to invest in

[ad_1] agnormark / Getty Images / iStockphoto Businesses around the world often get a bad rap for wasting the environment, and many deserve that reputation. However, there are a plethora of companies that make environmentally friendly products. And while eco-friendly businesses were once on the fringes of traditional investments, they are now at the center of the scene. [rock-component id=”1140902″] …

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Truffle work leads to triumph of NC A&T researcher | Education

[ad_1] He and his team succeeded where others failed thanks to their willingness to experiment with the type of truffle, the type of tree, and a secret inoculation mix that Isikhuemhen said came to him in a dream. With this blend, he was able to generate around 200 pounds of truffles in 2019 for a producer in Warren County, gaining …

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Fall mulch shed – Saturday, September 25

[ad_1] This year’s fall mulch giveaway for Lexington residents will take place on Saturday, September 25. Garden waste collected by Lexington’s waste management division over the past few months is now available as mulch. Some of this material can be picked up at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike between 8 a.m. and noon, or while supplies last. Please do not arrive …

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Boulder County Organizations Helping Residents Become Self-Sufficient

[ad_1] When Chrissy Lee-Manes’ ancestors first settled in the 1850s in the area now known as The Hill, Boulder was just one of many towns that sprang up along the foothills of Front Range to support the mining industry that exploded during the Gold Rush of the 1850s. And these early settlers, including the ancestors of Lee-Manes, were to be …

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FRP Reservoir Water and Wastewater Market Size, Forecast and Top Companies – LF Manufacturing Inc., ZCL Composites Inc., Belco Manufacturing Co. Inc. Containment Solutions, Zurn Green Turtle, Hengrun Group Co. Ltd, Orenco System Inc.

[ad_1] Sample download request Need for customization Price and purchase options New Jersey, United States, – The FRP Tank Water and Wastewater Market report contains the most basic information on the market. This comprehensive report offers insights into the market, models and drivers of business growth. It also includes FRP Tank Water And Wastewater market share, sales volume and education …

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Industry Analysis, Price Trends, Market Size, Share & Forecast to 2026 – Stillwater Current

According to the latest IMARC group report, entitled ” Hyaluronic Acid Raw Material Market Price Trends: Global Industry Overview, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2021-2026‘, The global hyaluronic acid raw material market has shown moderate growth during the period 2015-2020. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to grow at a CAGR of around 7% during 2021-2026. We regularly …

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Japan Agrees to Pay for Disposal of Contaminated Wastewater from Okinawa Marine Air Base

[ad_1] Japanese officials collected samples of treated sewage at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan, July 19, 2021 (US Marine Corps) CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – Japan’s Defense Ministry has agreed to temporarily take over the disposal of contaminated sewage from a Marine Corps airbase in central Okinawa, according to a ministry statement Friday. The deal comes just weeks after …

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MSU Sailing Center has accessibility issues. Staff need $ 50,000 to fix it

[ad_1] MERIDIAN TWP. – Staff at Michigan State University Sailing Center on Lansing Lake are raising funds to make the water sports destination more accessible. Haslett’s facility offers sailing, stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking lessons and rentals. But it remains inaccessible to many people with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs, due to gravel walkways and an unstable wooden dock rather …

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Don’t you have a cow? Perfect Day Life Cycle Assessment Highlights Sustainability Benefits of Animal-Free Dairy Protein

[ad_1] Life cycle assessment(LCA) – conducted by consultancy firm WSP USA and critically reviewed by a panel of independent experts in accordance with the ISO 14067 GHG emissions standard – showed that Perfect Day’s production of non-animal whey protein Reduces blue water consumption by 96-99%, and non-renewable energy use by 29-60% compared to conventional production methods. The assessment extends the …

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First-ever SpaceX civilian flight returns from orbit

[ad_1] Four people returned to Earth after a three-day alien excursion aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule on Saturday night, marking the end of the first-ever flight to Earth orbit entirely piloted by tourists or non-astronauts. “Thanks a lot SpaceX, it was a hell of a ride for us,” billionaire and mission commander “Inspiration4” Jared Isaacman was heard to say …

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The SAWS gets closer to controlling the destination of the treated wastewater it rejects

[ad_1] A 2013 permit application submitted by the San Antonio Water System to control 50,000 acre-feet of treated water per year discharged into the San Antonio River is in the final stages of the approval process. And the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority is still trying to derail it. The Texas Environmental Quality Commission issued a proposed Bed and Banks permit that …

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Dairy farmers have an opportunity, if only the state would help them

Dear Governor Mills, You might not expect to hear this from a vegan, but please help Maine dairy farmers. The devastating news that Danone is abandoning 14 organic farms in Maine is just the latest in decades of depressing headlines for dairy farmers. I come from a dairy farm family in Maine that divorced the land in the early 1990s, …

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Waste management a sensitive point for Panchkula MC: La Tribune India

[ad_1] Amit Bathla Tribune press service Panchkula, September 18 Waste management, the most basic of all civic amenities, remains a sore point for the Panchkula Municipal Corporation as it has not been able to set up a proper landfill for garbage disposal. The city generates around 120 metric tons of waste per day and in the absence of a solid …

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People of Color Take a Toll Due to Environmental Hazards

[ad_1] In August 2015, Steve Benally walked out of his Halchita, Utah, Navajo Nation home and heard a warning: do not use the water. The Gold King mine near Silverton, Colorado, had dumped toxic sewage into the Animas River watershed. The big picture: Benally would lose his crop and suffer side effects on health, highlighting one of the environmental dangers …

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Milestone Environmental expands in carbon sequestration

Milestone Environmental Services has built a business on energy waste management. The Houston-based company has nine disposal facilities across the state – seven in the Permian Basin and two in the Eagle Ford. Seven are sludge to accept liquid waste while there are two landfills for solid waste, one near Orla and one in Upton County, south of Midland. All …

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3 Federal Way nonprofits receive waste management grants for their sustainability work

[ad_1] Three Federal Way nonprofits recently received grants from Waste Management (WM) and the City of Federal Way for their dedication to public service and sustainability. The Federal Way Multi-Service Center, Goodwill and the South King Tool Library are the recipients of the grants, totaling over $ 15,000 for each organization. The WM Green4Good community grants are provided by the …

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Urban wastewater coronavirus surveillance project launched in Cyprus

[ad_1] Cyprus launches coronavirus monitoring project in wastewater It is co-funded by the European Commission and follows its recommendation for a common approach to surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 and its variants in urban wastewater across the EU The Nireas International Water Research Center at the University of Cyprus and the Water Development Department (WDD) have agreed to establish a national urban …

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Mike Hall and the role of the SWCD

[ad_1] Service is Mike Hall’s motto. He is the program administrator who manages the District Soil and Water Conservation (SWCD) office located at 3111 Ohio 98. His goal is to help landowners and residents of Crawford County and tailor programs to their benefit. The program was started in 1945 by a group of five farmers who were licensed by the …

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Conservation group supports moratorium on lake turbines | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] By JEAN D’AGOSTINO [email protected] An important voice has been heard regarding the potential placement of wind turbines in Lake Erie. At its September meeting, the New York State Conservation Council said publicly that it was calling for a “Permanent moratorium on the development of offshore industrial wind turbines in all waters of the Great Lakes. The installation of wind …

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Indigenous issues sidelined as election day approaches in Canada

[ad_1] As the 36-day snap election called by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau advances towards Monday’s vote, the Liberals and Conservatives remain stuck in a statistical tie in the polls. It was a largely rambling campaign with few highlights and a debate in English that was widely criticized for using a format that actually inhibited the debate. To a large extent, …

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