Monthly Archives: November 2021

The unknown power of circulation pumps

Written in collaboration with Ashley Leung. Who consumes more electricity: wash your hands or feed your refrigerator? This could be the first in many places – surprisingly, some of the biggest consumers of energy in our buildings are the pumps that circulate hot water. In fact, many of them more than double the amount of energy used to heat that …

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Garbage Service Problems Continue In Autauga, Elmore Counties

PRATTVILLE – William Moody just wants his trash picked up. The Autauga County resident lives near Marshall Drive, just steps from the city limits of Prattville. He is among a group of citizens of Autauga and Elmore counties who have complained about the service provided by Waste Management, the company responsible for collecting solid waste in rural areas of both …

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SR 89A lane to close November 30 for manhole repairs

The City of Sedona Wastewater Department and contractor Standard Construction Company will complete repairs to a sewer manhole located on State Route 89A between Upper Red Rock Loop Road and Bristlecone Pines Road, starting after – midday of Tuesday, November 30 and ending on Thursday, December 2. Approximately 500 feet of the northbound right lane will be closed for the …

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Since the pandemic, protecting urban green spaces has become even more important in Pittsburgh

Urban parks and gardens improve air and water quality, wildlife biodiversity, and opportunities for outdoor recreation and education. Throughout the pandemic, the spaces have seen a lot of visitors. As Pittsburgh neighborhoods grow, community gardeners and other green space enthusiasts want to make sure their land doesn’t turn into a condo or parking lot. A solution? Protect the earth. This …

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Aquarius: Water Sign Says Love ‘Worth The Waiting’ This Week

Each astrological sign of the zodiac has different qualities, needs and desires when it comes to finding love and being in love. Astrology experts have predicted what awaits Aquarius – the eleventh sign of the zodiac – when it comes to love. “That lighter mood makes you a serial flirt.” But what do Aquarians in love look like in general? …

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Al Khoory Group recreates history ahead of UAE Golden Jubilee celebrations – News

Abdullah Khoory, Vice President of Al Khoory Group, talks about the group’s strong commitment to the UAE economy and the opening of their new hotel Abdullah Khoory, Vice President of Al Khoory Group (2nd from left) and Arun Kumar, General Manager of Al Khoory Hotels, announce the opening of the Al Khoory Sky Garden Hotel in the Port Saeed area …

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VOICE: Consumption and climate change

What you buy, how you use and reuse it, and whether you repair or recycle it all have huge effects on our planet’s climate. The unrestrained growth of consumerism has been a major factor in the increase in greenhouse gas (GHG) production and the growing impact of climate change. When considering the wide range of carbon and methane emissions generated …

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Remote Lajamanu NT community quarantined after COVID-19 fragments found in sewage

Another remote community in the Northern Territory has been placed in lockdown, after sewage samples in Lajamanu tested positive for the coronavirus. The lockdown took effect immediately Saturday evening in the community of about 500 people located 560 kilometers southwest of Katherine. Lockdown restrictions were relaxed for fully vaccinated people in Katherine on Saturday, with the registration of a new …

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Can lithium cure ailments in the Salton Sea?

SALTON SEA, Calif .– Studying the intricacies of mud on the ocean floor is a lifetime’s work for Timothy Lyons, so when the tall and lean biogeochemist asks you to join an expedition to find chemical mysteries buried deep beneath the waves, prepare- you get wet and dirty. On a recent foray on California’s largest and most troubled lake, Lyons …

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Iran clamps down on protests over growing water shortages

For two weeks, the Iranian government tolerated growing protests over water shortages in the Iranian city of Isfahan, watching them grow as restaurants served protesters free soup and barbers offered free haircuts. . State television even aired interviews with farmers discussing their grievances. But after the protests spread to at least one other city, the predictable happened on Friday: the …

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Fourth direct update of the dunning check: COLA 2022 benefits, health insurance, child tax credit …

A new Covid alert is rethinking market rates Risks of a new covid blow to economic activity crush expectations of rate hikes next year from the world’s major central banks, a potential pullback for the dollar and other currencies where the bets had been the most aggressive. Money markets no longer fully take into account a 25 basis point interest …

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EU proposal to restrict outsourcing of waste to poor states misses its mark

The European Commission has proposed new rules for member states that would make it more difficult for them to export waste to poorer countries, but the proposal fell short of expectations. The European Union has long been criticized for having outsourced its waste problems, especially plastic. Brussels has been called on several times to take measures to end this crisis …

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Alfa Laval wins order for wastewater treatment in Canada

LUND from Sweden, November 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alfa Laval won an order for the supply of settling tanks to a wastewater treatment plant in a large city of Canada. Settlers will treat municipal sewage sludge, ensuring that it is suitable for further treatment. The plant is the second largest in the country and treats the wastewater produced …

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How to deal with the Great Resignation

November 27, 2021 IN THE NOT-SO-DISTANT In the past, bosses didn’t have to worry so much about their workforce. Newcomers could absorb the corporate culture in an osmotic way. The families of the workers were invisible, not constantly interrupting Zoom calls. Employees had a job, not a voice. Now, companies need to “be intentional” (management’s way of thinking) about everything …

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Strathclyde Park Green Power Project That Could Heat Nearby Homes Receives Seed Funding

An innovative green energy project planned for Strathclyde Country Park that could power neighboring homes has received seed funding. The project aims to harness energy to produce low-carbon heat for homes, industry and public buildings, with this funding enabling it to develop a business case. The development would involve the installation of a water heat pump at Strathclyde Loch and …

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Recycled paper market size ($ 42,395.75 million by 2028) due to the impact of waste management (3.8% CAGR) of the coronavirus outbreak and the analysis and Global Forecast from TheInsightPartners.com

New York, November 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Based on our new research study on Recycled paper market Size, Share, Revenue, Growth, Trends, Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Type (Pre-Consumer and Post-Consumer Waste) and by Application (Writing and Printing Paper , containerboard, newsprint, facial tissues and Others) with the COVID-19 impact and global analysis available …

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A little help managing the “diabetes police”

You’ve probably come across the “Diabetes Police” without even realizing it. You know the kind: an aunt or uncle, a friend or coworker, or a complete stranger in the aisle of a grocery store who feels the urge to comment on your life with diabetes. These people often have good intentions. They are trying to help us. Yet for people …

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Hot Springs Board of Directors Approves Increase in Wastewater Tariffs ⋆ 4State News MO AR KS OK

HOT SOURCES – The monthly debt service charge of $ 17.73 that city taxpayers pay to fund capital improvements that bring the regional wastewater system closer to Clean Water Act compliance will increase by 6.75 $ over the next three years. The new pricing structure, which the Hot Springs board adopted last week, will secure an additional $ 45 million …

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When teachers face a premium for lessons on race

And now, in the latest effort to make teaching as unappealing a profession as possible, the New Hampshire Chapter of Moms for Liberty offered $ 500 to anyone who “successfully catches a public school teacher” breaking a new law prohibiting the teaching of critical race theory. This initiative, known to its authors as “CRT Bounty’s” [sic], directs readers to the …

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CommonWealth Magazine

MAINE The Department of Environmental Protection on Tuesday suspended the permit it had issued for a Massachusetts-funded transmission line carrying hydropower from Quebec until a court suspends the application or cancels a law passed by voters on November 3 blocking the project. The decision by Melanie Loyzim, the department’s commissioner, means the fate of the project – a pillar of …

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Lifestyle choices of wealthy and middle-class consumers

The COP26 negotiations focused on green technologies and finance. Governments pledged money, businesses pledged net zero output, and ordinary citizens… did nothing! Individual activists have made a lot of noise, but there has been no systematic effort to organize the shift in consumption patterns necessary to achieve our common goal of keeping global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius. The Chichester …

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Towards circular wind turbines: LM Wind Power will produce zero waste blades by 2030

The company will reuse, reuse, recycle or recover any excess material from blade manufacturing, moving away from landfill and incineration as waste management solutions. It will also partner with its suppliers to avoid waste in the manufacture of blades, which today accounts for nearly a third of LM Wind Power’s operational carbon footprint. Zero waste blades represent a significant advance …

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United States-Mexico Binational Meeting on Transboundary Water Pollution

Consulate General of the United States in Tijuana Joint statement The US and Mexican governments met today in Tijuana to discuss issues of transboundary water pollution along the shared border. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan and U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Ken Salazar led the U.S. delegation, which also included the Commissioner Maria-Elena Giner of the International …

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Mobilizing to help Afghans in need – VCU News

By Dina Weinstein While reports of the chaotic departure of the US military from Afghanistan and the people who fled the country have mostly vanished from the headlines, the University’s Afghan-born students and graduates of the Commonwealth of Virginia continued to educate and assist their Afghan compatriots in need. . For Yasameen Anwari, a 21-year-old junior who studies health, physical …

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Worried about another severe winter storm in Austin? Here’s what you can do to prepare.

It was 82 degrees in Austin last week, so it might not look like it, but: winter is coming. Winter in Texas has rarely meant days of sub-freezing temperatures, blackouts and water cuts, but Texans learned all too well in February that the possibility of such events is well. real. Winter storm Uri brought heavy snowfall and ice, and the …

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Analysis: M&A waste: who is in charge?

Food waste, yard waste and agricultural by-products may be among the discarded materials for which a global secondary raw materials market is an unlikely destination. This does not mean, however, that the economic opportunities for handling these materials are non-existent. Companies like Ontario, Anaergia Inc., based in Canada, are among those offering publicly traded stocks to invest in these opportunities. …

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GHMC’s waste management system awarded

Hyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) is awarded by the NITI Aayog for the establishment of monitoring systems to track waste management data that could provide effective solutions to urban local bodies (ULB) for methods viable waste collection and recovery solutions. The NITI Aayog identified the streamlined GHMC processes through digitization and solid documentation as one of the major …

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Hanalei works to improve water quality

HANALEI – Water pollution from sumps threatens Hanalei’s health, economy and quality of life. Sumps, a type of archaic sewage treatment system where untreated sewage is discharged directly into the ground with minimal filtration, are still used in the Hawaiian Islands, the largest quantities on the Hawaiian Island and Kaua ‘ i. Hanalei is home to over 150 sumps that …

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Investigate pathogens and their life cycles for the benefit of society | MIT News

Desmond Edwards was a small child when he first heard of typhoid fever. Fortunately, he did not have the disease. He was watching a cartoon public health ad. The cartoon, produced by the Pan American Health Organization, was designed to educate people in its home country, Jamaica, about the importance of vaccination against diseases like typhoid. The typhoid character in …

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Texas is in danger of another major energy crisis this winter: report

A new report has revealed that Texas could again be at risk of widespread power outages in extreme winter conditions. The state continues to grapple with the fallout from the deadly February storms that left millions of people without electricity and water. In the event of a storm, the Texas power grid is expected to run out of 37% of …

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Tech crackdowns in China and the US set the stage for the next phase of competition – TechCrunch

Scott Baden is editor of the TechCrunch Global Affairs Project special series and a regular contributor on foreign affairs. He is the former speechwriter of Mike Bloomberg and co-author of “More Human: Designing a World Where People Come First”. More posts from this contributor Presentation of the TechCrunch Global Affairs project Is Washington ready for a geopolitical “technological race”? The …

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Clean Gilgit & Hunza project: Nestlé Pakistan installs benches and bins made from 100% recycled plastic waste

In line with its overall vision of a waste-free future, Nestlé Pakistan recently stepped up its efforts under the Clean Gilgit and Hunza Project by installing benches and bins made from 100% recycled plastic waste in Hunza. Clean Gilgit & Hunza Project is a waste management initiative, in partnership with Nestlé Pakistan, Gilgit Baltistan Waste Management Company (GBWMC) and KADO. …

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Effingham discusses sewage generator and concrete patching | Local News

Effingham City Council this week discussed purchasing a new generator for the wastewater treatment plant, in addition to opening bids for next year’s concrete repair program. The city has reached a deal with Pals Electric of Teutopolis for $ 357,777 to install the new generator at the plant. The bid was the lowest, beating the bids of Bodine Electric of …

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Spain launches 5G smart meter for water

Image: Idrica Spanish water industry service provider Idrica is piloting the first 5G device for remote reading of water. The device, which was developed over the past year, is based exclusively on 5G technology and is intended for use in Internet of Things (IoT) scenarios with millions of devices connected in small areas. Features include improved energy efficiency, guaranteed service …

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Help improve vision in the world, one pair of glasses at a time

November 18, 2021 By Melody Borgman (E-mail), Director of Corrections and Kimberly Isham (E-mail), correctional industry specialist Department of Corrections An incarcerated individual inspects a donated pair of glasses. Correctional Industries (CI) is partnering with Lions Clubs International to help the Northwest Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center (NWLERC) in Olympia, Washington. (Photo taken by DOC employee) Correctional Industries (CI) is partnering …

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Tunisia becomes violent over landfills

IIT WAS HARD to distinguish smells. For months, the town of Agareb, near the Tunisian coast, reeked of garbage from an overflowing landfill. In September, authorities closed the site, which residents considered a danger to public health. But this month, after garbage piled up on the streets, it was reopened. Protesters cried foul and clashed with security forces on November …

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NT Prepares For Spread Of COVID, Wastewater Test Results Despite No New Cases

Although no new cases of COVID have been recorded overnight, health workers and service providers are still bracing for the worsening of the Northern Territory’s most serious outbreak. Key points: The first results of wastewater testing for Alice Springs, Borroloola and Tennant Creek are expected today or tomorrow Indigenous immunization statistics for the Barkly region show only 27% are double-dose …

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Seattle Seahawks Honor Matt Mickunas As Delta Community Captain

The first time Washington resident Matt Mickunas donned a uniform was as a young boy scout 34 years ago. From there he quickly rose through the ranks of Eagle Scout to Sea Scout, then a student at the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps before signing his first enlistment contract at the age of 17. After serving for 24 years, …

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Water Based Pigments Market Outlook, Opportunity and Demand Analysis, Forecast 2021 – Energy Siren

A recent report published by ResearchMoz offers an overview of the water-based pigments market from a global and local perspective. The global water-based pigments market is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of over xx% between xx and xx, described as the forecast period. This report emphasizes key aspects such as growth drivers, restraints, challenges and future opportunities for …

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The fat and cheese study that proved the recyclability of pizza boxes

This article is sponsored by WestRock In the United States, an estimated 3 billion pizzas delivered in corrugated pizza boxes are consumed each year. Considering the average weight and size of a standard box, that’s about 600,000 tonnes of corrugated cardboard in circulation each year that we would ideally like to recover. And while these boxes should be recyclable, only …

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Suspension lifted for Blackhorn Environmental LLC in Orange Grove

ORANGE GROVE – Blackhorn Environmental Services has been released from a license suspended by the Texas Railroad Commission (RRC) and the waste disposal facility will also not be subject to fines or penalties related to a series of ‘offenses. Blackhorn Environmental Services LLC is located on 232 acres off County Road 308 and is a disposal facility that serves the …

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Phoenixville secures $ 250,000 for innovative wastewater treatment – Daily Local

PHOENIXVILLE – United States Representative Chrissy Houlahan, D-6th, of Easttown, and the Borough of Phoenixville announced this week that the SoMax BioEnergy / Borough of Phoenixville wastewater treatment project has received the Wastewater Recovery Award. water resources of the United States Department of Energy (DOE), which is administered by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). With only two finalists nationwide, …

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Three honored by county commissioners for their efforts at work

Longtime County Freeway Employee Jeff Grogan receives a golden shovel signed by his colleagues in honor of his retirement after 42 years in Porter County. AMY LAVALLEY / photo As Commissioner Laura Blaney, D-South said at the Porter County Commissioners Council meeting on November 2, “It’s good to start the meeting this way. “ “This way” was the public recognition …

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Water Ski Bindings Market Size, Growth (2021-2028)

New Jersey, United States, – The recent report on “2021 Water Ski Bindings Market Report by Key Players, Types, Applications, Forecast to 2028 » offered by Verified Market Research®, includes a comprehensive survey of geographic landscape, industry size as well as estimated company revenue. Furthermore, the report also highlights the challenges hampering the market growth and expansion strategies employed by …

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Renewable methanol market by the main players (Biomcn, Carbon Recycling international, Enerkem, Varmlandsmethanol); Based on the global spread of COVID-19 in 2020

Global Renewable Methanol Market: Forecast to 2025, Industry Analysis, Dominant Segment Analysis, Top 5 Industry Players and Competitive Landscape Market research store has published a new market study on the “Global Renewable Methanol Market”. The report offers micro-level analysis of the Renewable Methanol market and provides data till 2026. Research analysts have conducted months of primary and secondary research to …

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The waste management and recycling market is booming globally with Biffa Plc, Clean Harbors, Inc., Covanta Holding Corporation – The Ballgamer

Waste management and recycling market Report is a professional and detailed report focused on key players, major collaborations, mergers and acquisitions during the forecast period. Additionally, this report presents the innovation trends and current upgrades in this industry. The report offers an update on COVID-19 on this industry by production, supply chain disruption, and many other facilities. Thus, it hampered …

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Menominee sewage sludge to be tested | New

MENOMINEE — The town of Menominee will begin monthly testing for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in January, but Mike Thorsen of Infrastructure Alternatives Inc. said he did not expect to find an excessive level of PFAS. Infrastructure Alternatives, based in Rockford, Michigan, is the Manager of Water and Wastewater Utilities for the Town of Menominee and tests water and wastewater …

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Lawmakers discuss challenges driving Maryland bus driver shortage

Faced with a nationwide shortage of school bus drivers, some Maryland county leaders and school district leaders are investing more money to raise driver wages. This content has been republished with permission from WTOP Information Partners at Maryland counts. Sign up for Maryland Matters Free Email Subscription today. Faced with a nationwide shortage of school bus drivers, some Maryland County …

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2021 Water Pollution Control Market Analysis by Size, Share, Growth, Trends to 2027 | Ecolab, Alfa Laval, SUEZ (GE Water), GEA

New Jersey, United States, – The Global Water Pollution Control Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant addition to the market research archive of Market Research Intellect. It offers detailed research and analysis of the major aspects of the global Water Pollution Control market. The market analysts authoring this report have provided detailed information on key growth …

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Drilling Waste Management Market Size and Outlook 2028 | Principal Companies – Schlumberger Limited., Halliburton Company, Baker Hughes Incorporated, Weatherford International PLC., National Oilwell Varco, Scomi Group Bhd, Hebei Gn Solids Control Co. Ltd., Newalta Corporation, Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Secure Energy Services,

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Drilling Waste Management Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Drilling Waste Management market, the report intends to offer actionable information about the growth projections of the global market. …

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Central Coast Community Energy Launches Expanded Electrify Your Ride Program – Discounts for Electric Vehicles, Motorcycles, Bikes and Chargers to Power Clean Transportation

Expansion of Central Coast Community Energy launches Electrify Your Ride Program – Discounts for electric vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, chargers to supply clean transport New and improved benefits for plan members with qualifying income, home and workplace chargers, fleet vehicles, and cost recovery for charger installation Monterey, California, November 9, 2021 – Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) today launched an updated …

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Creation of solar cells and glass from wood or tonnes of bio-waste

A digital and urbanized world consumes huge amounts of raw materials that one could hardly qualify as environmentally friendly. A promising solution could be found in renewable raw materials, according to a study published in Advanced Materials. In their paper, the international research group took a close look at how lignocellulose – or plant biomass – can be used for …

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Cannabis company pushes for regulation of cannabis waste

A marijuana company, Vessel, is urging lawmakers in New York to consider a bill that would regulate cannabis waste. James Choe, the CEO, says there must be sustainable solutions looking at things like electronic pens, cartridges and even the packaging of different cannabis products. “I think there was this exchange of cigarette butts for batteries when you really think about …

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Dooming EPA report sheds light on Louth’s sewage problems

A damning report from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) highlighted three areas in Louth where there are major sewage problems. he national report described 34 towns and villages across the country where raw sewage was discharged directly into the local environment every day over the past year due to the lack of a sewage treatment plant. This included Omeath in …

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Create a culture of stewardship

If you call Rick Rottinghaus at the right time, you might be invited to his farm near Jesup, Iowa to help. Most likely, this will be a request to run an air seeder just behind the combine. “We can always use help if you’re available,” he jokes. But his real job is the constant improvement of the land he cultivates, …

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Solar PV Heating System Uses 95% of Available Energy to Heat Water – Eurasia Review

A research team from the University of Cordoba has designed a sustainable solar photovoltaic device that can heat water up to 80 degrees – just like an ordinary electric heater A significant part of the energy consumption of buildings is intended for the production of hot water. Photovoltaic solar heating can be considered a clean and renewable energy option. Easy …

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State officials accused of flawing new law to protect public from sewage

Officials who oversee the treatment plants argue that the risks of such wastewater are limited and that there is no need to alert the public. But lawmakers and conservationists argue that the discharge of mixed sewage into state waters poses a threat to public health and forces factories to notify local residents. “Mixed wastewater is always wastewater that enters our …

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Residents and activists cry foul over stinky garbage in Tunisia’s Sfax

Residents and activists in the Tunisian industrial center of Sfax warn of an “environmental catastrophe” as mountains of uncollected waste litter the streets of the Mediterranean port city. “The situation is catastrophic,” Mohamed Boujalabane, a resident of Sfax, Tunisia’s second largest city with more than a million inhabitants, told AFP. “We can no longer have a normal life, there is …

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News of November 2, 1892

IONIA’S DAILY SENTINEL, NOV. 2, 1892 LOCAL LACONIQUE: An evening school will soon open in the shorthand department of the Poncher business school. Call soon and make arrangements to attend. The crossing from High Street to Center Street is in a terrible state in wet weather. There is no plank walk and pedestrians (sic.) Are forced to wade through the …

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Here’s what’s in the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed in Congress

(House television) The House is now voting on the infrastructure bill after hours of internal delays and debate among Democrats. This bill has already passed the Senate and, if passed, would make its way to President Biden’s office. How we got here: Before Friday, President Nancy Pelosi said she intended to vote on the final passage of the infrastructure bill …

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The size of the liquid fertilizer market is expected to be worth $ 3.07 billion and grow until 2027; Revenue, forecasts by Emergen Research

Emerging research logo The growing need for precision agriculture and crop protection and the presence of necessary nutrients in liquid fertilizers is creating a market for liquid fertilizers. VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, Nov. 5, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The global liquid fertilizer market is expected to reach a value of $ 3.07 billion by 2027, according to current analysis by Emergen Research …

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New Improvements Help OREM Track Waste Nationwide

Unique maps will track trucks across the country and automatically enter data so they no longer have to do it manually. OAK RIDGE, Tenn. – Hazardous waste management and cleanup in the Oak Ridge Reservation, which includes the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Y-12 National Security Complex and East Tennessee Technology Park site, will benefit from further enhancements to automate waste …

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Carlsbad proposes increase in water tariff, cites rising costs

CARLSBAD – Carlsbad City Council approved a proposed three-year water tariff increase at its November 3 meeting. The city, which operates the Carlsbad Municipal Water District (CMWD) and manages water, wastewater and recycled water, will hold a public hearing on January 11, 2022, before voting on final approval. The water utility, one of three serving residents of Carlsbad, must give …

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STEM Connection uses curiosity in nature to make young scientists

On a gray and rainy fall day, fourth-grade students at Eastbrook Elementary School explore Moore Road Farm, located in the northwest side of Indianapolis. Discovery comes to life at STEM Connection, which sprang up on the 30-acre outdoor learning site in the summer of 2014 with a tent and port-a-potty and has reached 5,000 children a year, when there is …

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How whiskey waste can replace fossil fuels on the road to net zero

As Glasgow welcomes world leaders to the UN climate summit, COP26, the founder of a Scottish biotech company calls for action, not goals. Professor Martin Tangney’s company, Celtic Renewables, turns whiskey-making waste into the type of everyday chemicals that are normally made in oil refineries, without drilling for fossil fuels. This includes a new gasoline alternative that directly replaces the …

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Orange County urges residents to reduce, reuse and recycle

SANTA ANA, California – OC Waste & Recycling (OCWR) invites the community to make a commitment to make reduction, reuse and recycling part of their daily routine. From November 1 through November 15, America Recycles Day (ARD), the county will be promoting fun online activities, recycling tips, educational activities and a social media contest for have the chance to win …

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Video shows sperm whale spotted off the coast of Orange County

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif .– A boat tour company has shared video and photos of a recently spotted sperm whale off the coast of Orange County. Jessica Roame, education programs manager at Newport Coastal Adventure, said it’s not something they see often when they visit Newport Beach. A company captain said the Oct. 27 sighting 14 miles west of Newport Beach …

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Visit this living building in Centerville, Indiana

To exploreEmbrace the Adventure: Season tickets on sale for National Geographic Live! Series Legend The “living building” of the Cope Environmental Center in Centerville, Indiana. CONTRIBUTED. Credit: Picasa Credit: Picasa To achieve full certification as a living building under the Living Building Challenge, the Environmental Education Center has met strict criteria in seven focus areas, called petals. According to the …

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SRM Council to Consider Guidance Resolution on Mobile Supplier Wastewater

ROCK SPRINGS – Rock Springs City Council is considering a resolution supporting the creation of a mobile supplier sector monitoring policy, which will be used to provide advice on wastewater disposal to suppliers. The council will meet in regular session on Tuesday, November 2, at 7 p.m. at City Hall. During the meeting, the Council will consider a resolution outlining …

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Sloop Clearwater to undergo major repairs in Kingston – Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, NY – The Hudson River Sloop Clearwater is gearing up for a major overhaul this winter, including lifting its mainmast to inspect and restore the part of the boat’s spine it sits on, according to the organization. Over the next month, Clearwater will be hauled out of the water in Albany, placed on a barge and brought to Clearwater …

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