Monthly Archives: October 2021

Gov. Newsom Expands Drought Emergency Statewide, Urges Californians to Increase Water Conservation Efforts

Proclamation authorizes the National Water Board to ban unnecessary uses of water, bolstering conservation efforts SACRAMENTO – After the second driest year on record and with near-record storage in California’s largest reservoirs, Governor Gavin Newsom today issued a proclamation extending the statewide drought emergency and urging Californians to step up their water conservation efforts as the western United States faces …

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Gautam Adani meets British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and pledges $ 70 billion for “energy transition”

The chairman of the Adani group, Gautam Adani, met British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday at the Global Investment Summit. After the meeting, the Indian business mogul announced that the Adani Group will commit $ 70 billion to the energy transition through solar, wind and water in its attempt to engage in global action against the change. climate. Gautam …

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Nautilus Solar Energy and ISM Solar Development celebrate the opening of a community solar farm located on a redeveloped EPA landfill

Unusable land turned into a clean energy source Posted: October 19, 2021 at 8:47 a.m. CDT|Update: 10 minutes ago SUMMIT, New Jersey, October 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Nautilus Solar Energy, LLC, (“Nautilus”) and ISM Solar Development, LLC (“ISM Solar”), leaders in the development of solar energy projects, celebrated the opening of a project yesterday 3.43 MW community solar …

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Houghton County recycling program is successful | News, Sports, Jobs

Garrett Neese / Daily Mining Gazette The Houghton County Transfer Station recycling bin is visible Monday. More than 12.5 tons were diverted from the landfill between May and October, County Vice President Tom Tikkanen said last week. HOUGHTON – Houghton County’s one-stream recycling program at the county transfer station is already paying off. From May to September, the county diverted …

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Jackson dumped 6 billion gallons of contracted sewage into Pearl River last year

JACKSON, Mississippi (WLBT) – Court records indicate Jackson is still not in compliance with his federal sewer consent decree, despite signing the agreement more than eight years ago. A report from the August status conference found that the city had “made only limited progress” in implementing some decrees, while it had yet to start implementing other “crucial” elements. Meanwhile, the …

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Oysters: Raw delicacy or climate warrior?

Oyster farmer Ryan Bethea spends as much time behind the wheel of a refrigerated truck as he does on the water. Since 2015, Bethea has been raising salted shellfish on five acres in Westmouth Bay, an estuary off Harkers Island, North Carolina. All the hundreds of thousands of oysters cultivated on his farm, Caroline oysters, are sold in Tar Heel …

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Is it okay to eat peanut butter before bed?

Peanut butter has many nutritional benefits. Eating a small amount of peanut butter as part of a healthy snack before bed can help improve the quality of sleep and prevent overeating and weight gain the next day. Peanut butter is a nutrient-dense, high-calorie food that contains vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber. Eating a small amount of peanut butter before bed …

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Waste Derived Pyrolysis Oil Market | World Industry Report, 2030

The waste-derived pyrolysis oils market is expected to experience a massive increase in its revenues during the period 2020 to 2030; One of the major growth factors in the market is climate change. Growing demand from several end-use industries has resulted in fluctuations in oil prices in recent years. Oscillating oil prices have forced end users to look for alternative …

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State Provides Tire Disposal Site in Anderson County

Anderson County Maintenance Facility LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) will provide a deposit site for used tires at the Anderson County maintenance facility. The Kentucky Waste Management Division (DWM) estimates that approximately 4 million used tires are generated in Kentucky each year. Management standards are in place for used tires to reduce the risk of fire, …

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Wastewater tests take off in the fight against Covid

[Music plays and a split circle appears, and images move through each half of the circle of photos of different CSIRO activities, and then the image morphs into the CSIRO logo] [Image changes to show a view of researchers working in a lab, and then the camera zooms in to show a close view of a researcher, a machine, and …

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