Wastewater

Pennsylvania American Water reminds you to ‘fear the fog’ this holiday season

PITTSBURGH – It’s the season of hearty parties, that’s why Pennsylvania US Water reminds customers that proper disposal of FOGs (fats, oils and greases) is a recipe for avoiding costly back-ups in the home and its waste water systems. “We ask customers not to make the mistake of pouring fats, oils and grease down the kitchen drain after meals are …

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ARPA funds sought for expansion of Searcy sewage collection system to ‘sewerless’ in town | New

According to General Manager Dan Dawson, residences and businesses in Searcy that are not served by the city’s wastewater collection system could have access by 2025 if Searcy Water Utilities receives funding for expansion. Dawson said he applied for wastewater and stormwater funding through the Arkansas Department of Agriculture for American Rescue Plan Act funds for the project and that …

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LiqTech Receives Order for Wastewater Treatment System for Metallurgical Industry

LiqTech International, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIQT), a clean technology company that manufactures and markets highly specialized filtration products and systems, today announced the receipt of an order for a wastewater treatment system for the process industry. metals in Denmark. The project will deploy a complete filtration system solution leveraging LiqTech’s silicon carbide (SiC) membrane which has unique technical advantages for treating …

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Shreveport has twice the national average for meth in its sewage

Dr. Nicholas Goeders, executive director of the Louisiana Addiction Research Center After a report showed that Shreveport’s sewage had twice the amount of methamphetamine in the system than anywhere else in the country, many were shocked. But Nick Goeders, executive director of the Louisiana Addiction Research Center, said that didn’t surprise him at all. “There is a lot of meth …

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Pilgrim sewage study commission included as part of Massachusetts’ $3.8 billion aid bill

PLYMOUTH — A proposal initiated by State Senator Susan Moran, D-Falmouth, to increase wastewater monitoring at the closed Pilgrim Nuclear Generating Station has been included in a 3.8 economic and development relief package billion approved on Thursday, November 3. Looking backStudy and Delay: New Legislation Aims to Slow Pilgrim’s Holtec Plant Disposal Plans The bill, which is expected to receive …

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Desired public contribution in drought resistant water supply

California enters this next year with a water deficit, which is unlikely to recover with an average year of precipitation. With declining reservoir and groundwater levels, the Metropolitan Water District is innovating new ways to reduce our reliance on imported water. What do you want to know The Metropolitan Water District is working on a new reliable water source Their …

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Contract to be Awarded for Jefferson Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade | Raccoon Valley Radio

A major milestone was recently taken to continue advancing a multi-million dollar project in the city of Jefferson. At its regular meeting in October, the municipal council approved the plans and specifications, the contract form and the cost estimate for the wastewater treatment plant improvement project. City Administrator Mike Palmer said the $16.3 million project would take the existing facility …

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How experts are running sewage COVID tests

Share this story Posted 19 minutes ago Image credit above: KC Water’s Chief Plant Operator Kevin Herman walks around the ‘Sludge House’ and machinery that filters the waste. (Vicky Diaz-Camacho | Flatland) Tucked behind train tracks along Hawthorne Road in Kansas City, the Blue River Wastewater Treatment Plant doesn’t look like much. But inside, TV screens hung on the wall …

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Lincoln council seeks US bailout money for sewer and water projects

LINCOLN — McClelland Consulting Engineers will help the City of Lincoln submit four US Bailout grant applications for water and wastewater projects. Lincoln already has an agreement with McClelland to provide general engineering services on a set price schedule. For the new work order, the company’s expenses cannot exceed $5,000. City Council approved an appropriations ordinance at its Oct. 18 …

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Iowa American buys city’s sewer system

Iowa American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced the acquisition of the City of Blue Wastewater System Grass for $2 million, according to a press release. On July 12, 2022, the Iowa Utilities Board approved the acquisition. The newly acquired wastewater utility, Iowa American Water’s first sewage …

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New tools to prevent the next pandemic | New

October 20, 2022 – In November 2021, researchers at Botswana’s Sikhulile Moyo lab discovered an unexpected result while testing samples for COVID-19: a sequence of the coronavirus genome that contained dozens of potentially dangerous new mutations. Researchers quickly alerted the rest of the world to the mutated virus, which eventually became known as the highly transmissible variant of Omicron. With …

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Water and Wastewater Pipes Market Size and Forecast | China Lesso Group Holdings, Compagnie de Saint-Gobain, Mexichem SAB, Sekisui Chemical,

New Jersey, United States,- The latest published study on the Global Water and Sewage Pipes Market offers a detailed insight into the factors influencing the global business scope. The Water and Sewage Pipes market research report presents the latest market information, an analysis of the current situation with upcoming trends and breakdown of products and services. The report provides key …

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Wapakoneta Receives State Funding to Expand Wastewater Treatment Facilities

WAPAKONETA — Ohio is providing funding to ensure municipal wastewater treatment facilities remain safe and healthy. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has disbursed loans in Northwest Ohio of up to $107 million. The Town of Wapakoneta will receive $82.7 million to expand its network of treatment plants. The hope of each loan is to improve the overall water quality in …

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Efforts to improve sewage discharge are underway, Meriden officials say

MERIDEN — Utility officials say the city’s ongoing efforts to reduce phosphorus levels in treated sewage before it’s pumped into the Quinnipiac River has already shown promising results. Frank Russo, manager and chief operator of the Meriden water pollution control facility on Evansville Avenue, and utility manager Richard Meskill showed the Record-Journal on Thursday the system currently in place to …

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Hamilton sewage spill: city council sentenced for environmental release

The blockage caused sewage to overflow into the Delia Court stormwater system and then into the Te Awa o Kaataapaki stream which empties into the Waikato River. Photo / Belinda Feek Hamilton City Council (HCC) was found guilty of knowingly discharging sewage into the environment over a nine-day period in October 2020. It is estimated that during this period, 1,272,000 …

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Opening of four state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facilities in County Cork

Irish Water, in partnership with Cork County Council, officially opened four new state-of-the-art sewage treatment facilities in County Cork on Friday, following a £27million investment to protect the environment and supporting a sustainable future for the locality. New treatment plants and supporting infrastructure at Coachford, Innishannon, Dripsey & Baile Bhúirne and Baile Mhic Íre will ensure that treated waste water …

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More than a million gallons of partially treated sewage flow into Huron River, city says

(WXYZ) – The City of Ann Arbor says more than one million gallons of partially treated sewage has spilled into the Huron River. According to a city statement, around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, workers at the City of Ann Arbor sewage treatment plant discovered the discharge due to “low water levels in the ultraviolet disinfection channels.” The low levels are believed …

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Scientists develop rapid and highly sensitive method for detection of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater

Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) has proven to be an excellent way to understand the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in communities. It is now used in several parts of the world to track the prevalence of the virus, serving as a proxy for determining the status of COVID-19. It is particularly important that WBE can be used to estimate the prevalence of COVID-19, …

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DOH Fines $8.7 Million, Orders Navy to Perform Critical Repairs to Pearl Harbor Remediation Plan

September 27, 2022, 2:39 p.m. HST The Hawaii Department of Health has issued a notice of violation and an order to the United States Navy to address myriad deficiencies at the NAVFAC Hawaiʻi sewage treatment plant near Pearl Harbor. “Numerous operations and maintenance issues have resulted in repeated discharges of untreated or partially treated sewage into state waters,” DOH officials …

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Sewage suggested as next water source for Auckland

A diverse group of Aucklanders tasked with making recommendations for a new water source for the city have presented their findings, suggesting treating sewage. Also known as sewage, it is waste water from sinks, washing machines, showers, bathtubs and toilets. The advice will be taken seriously by Watercare, which has already said it should have a good reason not to …

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Illinois American Water Acquires City of Villa Grove Water and Wastewater Systems

VILLA GROVE, Illinois–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Illinois American Water, a subsidiary of American Water, today announced the acquisition of the City of Villa Grove Water and Wastewater Systems for $11 million. The newly acquired systems add approximately 1,489 water customers and 1,069 wastewater customers to the company’s Eastern Illinois service area. “Our team is excited to serve our new customers in Villa Grove …

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Mizkan, Glenmore Distillery invests millions in wastewater treatment | Community

To comply with state environmental regulations, the Regional Water Resources Agency is seeking to dramatically increase rates to fund a roughly $100 million project to upgrade its wastewater treatment facilities. Additionally, some of Owensboro’s major mills are being forced to make modifications to help relieve overworked RWRA mills. Two of RWRA’s largest industrial companies, food producer Mizkan and Glenmore Distillery, …

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Improvements are coming to the Arcata wastewater treatment plant – KIEM-TV

Arcata, Calif. (KIEM) – The California Coastal Commission has approved the City of Arcata’s proposed upgrades to their wastewater treatment facility. The current infrastructure dates from the 80s and needs major improvements. This will be one of the largest infrastructure projects the town of Arcata has undertaken in recent years and officials are confident it will greatly benefit the community. …

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‘Devilfish’ could help treat waste water from ceramics

“Devilfish” catfish, also called suckermouths, originated in South America but have spread to four other continents. These freshwater invaders compete with native species and eat their eggs, even damaging fisheries. But in Scientific reportsMexican researchers have shown that the parasites can be useful in unexpected ways: when pulped, they can help filter waste water from the ceramics industry. The ceramic …

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No signs of monkeypox found in Portland Water District sewage

The Portland Water District did not detect the presence of monkeypox virus in sewage samples taken earlier this month, the district reported. The water district is participating in a new national effort to monitor sewage for monkeypox, influenza A and RSV, another respiratory virus. The water district has also been testing for COVID-19 since July 2020. The Water District’s East …

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NCC Wins $95 Million Contract to Refurbish Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sweden

Newswires MT 2022 All the news from NCC AB (PUBL) Analyst Recommendations for NCC AB (PUBL) 2022 sales 54,007 million 5,084 million 5,084 million 2022 net income 1,280 million 120M 120M Net debt 2022 2,169 million 204M 204M PER 2022 ratio 8.27x 2022 return 7.43% Capitalization 10,546 million 993 …

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Poliovirus detected in more sewage near New York: NPR

FILE – This 2014 illustration made available by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention depicts a polio virus particle. The polio virus has been found in New York’s sewage, another sign the disease, which hadn’t been seen in the United States for a decade, is quietly spreading among unvaccinated people, officials said. health officials on Friday, August 12, …

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Experts see emerging markets for Bangalore’s wastewater

The market potential of treated wastewater across sectors was front and center as researchers and stakeholders discussed ways to improve wastewater treatment and reuse in Bengaluru, at a workshop in the city on Wednesday . The workshop, titled “Visions for Wastewater Reuse in Bengaluru and Beyond,” was organized by the Center for Social and Environmental Innovation (CSEI) of the Ashoka …

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Sewage monitoring puts Chenango at high risk for COVID

Chenango County Health Department advises residents of increased levels of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) in sewage monitoring data over the past two weeks, resulting in increased risk rating County COVID. The last sewage sample was recorded on August 31. A health department statement says officials will continue to carefully monitor the trend of COVID-19, but it’s important for residents to know that …

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Discovery Park Beaches, Lighthouse to be closed for critical pipe replacement

Seattle’s Discovery Park North and South Beaches will close Wednesday and Thursday due to construction at the West Point processing plant. The West Point Lighthouse, beach side parking lot, nearby trails and road access to the area will also be closed as crews begin replacing a pipe that serves a critical purpose for the plant. The pipe, almost 30 years …

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Down the drain, where?

NEWBERRY — Wastewater is water that leaves toilets, dishwashers, sinks and industrial businesses after being used, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The Town of Newberry uses the Bush River Wastewater Treatment Plant to treat water produced by the town and surrounding businesses. This plant started operations in 1981 and currently has five employees who oversee operations. …

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Scientists harvest resources from wastewater

A team of researchers from the Australian National University (ANU) and CSIRO has been awarded over $1 million to develop technology that recovers valuable resources from wastewater. The technology is inspired by breakthroughs in biological research, including mimicking the way plants extract nutrients and adapt to toxic molecules in the soil. The project will address a growing need to ensure …

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Revealing the fate of microplastics in a coastal wastewater treatment plant thanks to an integrated membrane system

Microplastics (defined as smaller than 5nm) are a growing environmental pollution problem. The increase in plastic waste from the plastic industry or personal care products could lead to the accumulation of microplastics in various ecosystems and environments. Microplastics are ubiquitous and have been detected in over 2,000 marine organisms. The large amount of chemicals released by microplastics can affect living …

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Silex and Walker to Receive $112,500 in Wastewater Grants | State News

JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has awarded $112,500 in clean water engineering reporting grants to the towns of Silex and Walker, according to a department news release. The grant provides financial support to qualifying communities by helping to defray engineering costs for the assessment of sanitation system improvements. Silex will receive $62,500, while Walker will receive …

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Benefits of Recycling Wastewater in a Context of Drought and Global Water Scarcity

Since the beginning of the last century, water consumption worldwide has increased exponentially, from around 500 billion m³ to more than 4 trillion m³ in 2014, mainly due to the evolution towards more resource intensive in many industries. Ian Hart is Business Development Director of adi Projects, a division of UK engineering firm adi Group And if that figure isn’t …

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Oak Hill Sanitary Board Wins Wastewater System of the Year | State and region

Oak Hill – Oak Hill Sanitary Board received the 2022 Wastewater System of the Year award at Water on the Mountain, a conference hosted by the West Virginia Rural Water Association. Like many city-owned systems, Oak Hill has had issues over the past year, but recent project upgrades and improved treatment methods have helped eliminate these problem areas. Operators, working …

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Heavy rain leads to more than 40 slides in the New Plymouth district, with pressure on the sewerage system

ANDY MACDONALD/Stuff Portaloos set up for residents to use if needed, at Brown St, Inglewood. The Portaloos will remain in two Taranaki towns as heavy rains continue to put pressure on the sewage system, leading to sewage overflows. Twelve gates were installed in Waitara and eight in Inglewood, over the weekend, for household use. Kevin Strongman, Group Planning and Infrastructure …

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Madison plans sewage treatment plant open house

The Lake County Department of Utilities is hosting an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on September 10 at its Madison Wastewater Treatment Plant, located at 7815 Cashen Road. The event is free and open to the public, and features plant tours, family activities, hands-on demonstrations, exhibits, and a “touch a truck” area that features many of the …

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Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: 3,805 new cases, 16 deaths as sewage results reveal dominant strain

Professor Ian Town says there is still a lot to learn about Omicron and its variants. Video / Mark Mitchell There are 3,805 new cases of Covid-19 and 466 people hospitalized with the virus. A further 16 Covid-related deaths were reported today. Eight people with Covid-19 are in intensive care. One person reported dead today was from Northland, two from …

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Polio virus found in New York sewage

City officials announced Friday morning that the polio virus, an incurable disease that can cause paralysis and death, has been detected in New York City’s sewage, reports The Gothamist. The new finding suggests there is community transmission in all five boroughs, which means unvaccinated New Yorkers are at risk. “The risk to New Yorkers is real but the defense is …

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Davis residents can now view local COVID-19 rates, tracked via sewage testing

Healthy Central Valley Together is currently conducting COVID-19 sewage testing in Davis By SYDNEY AMESTOY — [email protected] Residents of Davis, as well as residents of select other Central Valley communities, can now check local COVID-19 rates based on their city’s wastewater through the Healthy Central Valley Together (HCVT) program, a collaboration between researchers at UC Davis and UC Merced. According …

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Reusable polymer can remove dyes from wastewater

Researchers from North Carolina State University have demonstrated that a synthetic polymer can remove certain dyes from water and that the polymer can be recovered and reused. The results offer a potential new method for cleaning up wastewater after it has been used by textiles, cosmetics or other industries. “Dyestuffs are used everywhere, including in the textile industry, as well …

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Using sewage to reduce dust is harmful to Pa’s roads.

Penn State researchers recently briefed a state advisory committee on studies that found the common practice of using wastewater from oil and gas drilling to reduce dust on unpaved roads is causing more harm than good. good. Wastewater from oil and gas drilling has been used for years as a cheap dust suppressant in rural Pennsylvania. But sewage can contain …

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Saskatchewan. COVID-19 sewage levels remain low, though some cities see rising trend: report

Viral loads in sewage in Saskatoon, North Battleford and Prince Albert are trending up but still below the 2022 average, University of Saskatchewan researchers observe in their new weekly COVID-19 report. The researchers monitored the three cities to determine the viral load and provide insight into the presence of the virus in these regions. In an email, one of the …

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Graphene-based nano-sponges are effective industrial wastewater filters

Engineers from the University of Vienna have developed a new composite material that is an effective filter for removing organic pollutants from water. The system uses super-porous “nano-sponges” embedded on a sheet of graphene. Key to the new filters is a class of materials called covalent organic frameworks (COFs). These structures are extremely porous, giving them a massive surface area …

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With rising costs, Waynesville accepts sewage treatment offer

Now entering its seventh year, the process of replacing Waynesville’s outdated sewage treatment plant has become a frustrating saga that only gets more nerve-wracking — and expensive — the longer it drags on. With that in mind, aldermen awarded the contract to build the project last Tuesday, fearing the price could continue to rise if they wait any longer. “As …

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Saskatchewan. sewage data shows growing strain of BA.5 variant, except in Prince Albert

University of Saskatchewan researchers using sewage to determine the extent of COVID-19 in the community have found that the BA.5 subvariant of Omicron is becoming more prominent, but not quite the dominant strain of the virus in the province. The latest report released by the research team on Sunday states that the total viral load remains “relatively low, indicating a …

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Tariff design keeps infrastructure safe and healthy for the future

Setting the rates people pay for utilities has been the job of Las Cruces Utilities assistant business services manager Jose Provencio for more than 40 years. But it might have been different had he decided to take the job at the power plant instead of El Paso Electric’s new rate department. “I was more curious about what they would do,” …

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Global Biological Wastewater Treatment Industry Expected to Reach $19.4 Billion by 2027 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Biological Wastewater Treatment Market Research Report by Process (Aerobic & Anaerobic), End-Use Industry, Region (Americas, Asia Pacific & Europe, Middle East & Africa) – Global Forecast through 2027 – Cumulative impact of COVID -19” report added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global Biological Wastewater Treatment Market size was estimated at USD 9,281.22 Million in 2021 and is projected …

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West Virginia American Water signs agreement to buy Jefferson Utilities for $30 million

CHARLESTON, WV–(BUSINESS WIRE)–West Virginia American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK), today announced that it has signed an agreement with Jefferson Utilities to purchase the water and wastewater system assets of Jefferson Utilities, Inc., Valley Water and Sewer Services, Shenandoah Junction Public Sewer, and East Jefferson Sewer Services for $30 million. The combined systems serve 3,978 customer connections …

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Rainfall causes continuous overflow of sanitary sewers into Lake Manistee reported on Sunday

MANISTEE — Rick Mohr, assistant manager of the Manistee Public Works Department, shared an initial report of a sanitary sewer overflow via email Sunday afternoon. Manistee had a sanitary sewer overflow that began at 4:30 a.m. Sunday, the email said. Mohr noted that the overflow was due to heavy rain. A final report should be submitted once the overflow has …

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Wastewater Authority seeks ARPA funds to replace $8 million disinfection system – The News Herald

Hoping to avoid increases in sewer rates, the Downriver Utility Wastewater Authority is seeking federal funds to help pay for a disinfection system that needs to be replaced. A model resolution was provided to the 13-member DUWA Board of Directors at its July 14 meeting. Several communities have pledged to put this item on their agenda at their next council …

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Tracking SARS-CoV-2 variants in wastewater

July 26, 2022 In short A system that combined advanced sample preparation with powerful computational analysis was able to identify individual variants of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater. Using wastewater to track the emergence of new variants of concern could be faster and cheaper than clinical testing. When infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, people flush the virus down the …

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Smokies Wastewater System Overhaul $245 Million Maintenance Book

Balsam Mountain Campground and Heintooga Picnic Area in Great Smoky Mountains National Park has long been a popular spot, offering stunning mountain views from the park’s highest picnic spot at about 5,200 feet. Located about an hour west of Asheville, the campground and picnic area are about 2 miles apart on Balsam Mountain, which sees more than 50,000 visitors a …

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Sewage test for COVID, other viruses go mainstream

Sewage testing is a go-to method for tracking COVID-19, revealing last week that the Twin Cities are in a pandemic “holding pattern” and viral levels have remained constant for a month. But it has not always been so. COVID-19 wastewater monitoring took more than a year to gain credibility in Minnesota — and only after scientists overcame numerous technical challenges, …

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Manure-eating worms could be the dairy industry’s climate solution

With 6,000 dairy cows, 5,000 beef cattle and thousands of tons of apples, potatoes and cherries produced each year, Royal Dairy in Royal City, Washington uses hundreds of millions of gallons of water annually . All of this water, when used, carries animal waste, pathogens and environmentally harmful chemicals, such as nitrate, which can contaminate groundwater and contribute to greenhouse …

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Gas levels at fire-damaged Christchurch sewage treatment plant worse in area not covered by council payment

The rotten smell from the fire-damaged Christchurch sewage treatment plant could start to dissipate in just two months as council staff plan to pay out grants to affected residents further afield. Christchurch City Council’s Bromley factory was ravaged by a devastating fire in November 2021, creating a stench that has plagued residents for months. Christchurch City Council has unveiled new …

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How sewage shows a surge of COVID-19

Sewage testing can provide an early warning of rising COVID-19 cases in communities. Likhitha Duggirala, BDS, MPH, explains how this new method is helping public health experts track the spread of the virus. As Epidemiological Surveillance Coordinator at the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Duggiirala works directly with Nebraska’s wastewater surveillance program. Duggirala says sewage testing helps public …

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Take measures to ensure that treated wastewater is not discharged into Lake Thol: NGT

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has ordered the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) to take action to prevent the discharge of treated sewage from a proposed sewage treatment plant in Kalol to Lake Thol. A three-member main bench of the tribunal ordered the GPCB to take further action over recommendations from an NGT-appointed committee that opposed the discharge of treated …

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Water & Wastewater Management for Mining Market 2022 Outlook and Segmentation by Top Key Players – The Dow Chemical, GE Water & Process Technologies, Lenntech, Pall

Global Mining Water and Wastewater Market Overview: The latest report, distributed by Verified Market Reports, shows that the global mining water and wastewater management markets will grow at an alarming rate in the coming years. The experts considered the market drivers, limits, risks, and openings that exist across the entire market. The report shows market speculation that incorporates estimates. A …

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Global Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Systems Market Recovery and Covid Impact Analysis Report

Industry Outlook and Forecast Details The global Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Systems Market 2022 research offers extremely realistic and comprehensive statistics of Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Systems market, which helps you promote several innovative ideas with research-based components. Our in-depth analysis of the Global Aerobic Wastewater Treatment Systems Market is validated by a series of inspections throughout the management of the value …

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CDC Gives Tri-Cities Mixed COVID Rating, But Wastewater Checks Tell A Different Story |

Data on COVID-19 for the Tri-Cities area has been mixed over the past week, with sewage sampling showing a large increase in the virus in the community, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reduced the community level score for part of the area. CDC has upgraded Benton County’s COVID-19 community level rating to ‘low’ for COVID-19, but …

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COVID-19 viral load up 3% in Twin Cities wastewater

The COVID-19 viral load in the Twin Cities’ sewage rose 3% in the past week ahead of the July 4 holiday. Although small, this was the second consecutive increase in the amount of viral material found in sewage from the St. Paul Metropolitan Wastewater Treatment Plant. However, levels remained five times lower than they were during the January peak of …

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2022 Global Wastewater Treatment Separator Market Development by 2028

MarketQuest.biz broadcast the presence of another evaluation named Global Wastewater Treatment Separator Market 2022-2028which contains information about the neighborhood and overall about the market which is expected to garner an extraordinary evaluation from 2022 to 2028. Likewise, this evaluation studies the market opportunity for each land area in degree of progress, macroeconomic sections, buyer buying affinity and sewage treatment separator …

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Samsung Electro-Mechanics applies advanced treatment process to wastewater effluent

This photo provided by Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co. shows a family of mandarin ducks swimming in a stream near the company’s Suwon plant. SEOUL, June 28 (Korea Bizwire) — Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co. applies advanced treatment methods to the water it uses throughout its production process as part of environmental protection efforts, the company said. The electronics manufacturer purifies the water used …

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In the midst of the crisis, only 18% of treated wastewater is reused in Delhi

While reusing treated wastewater can reduce pressure on freshwater sources in the city, only a small fraction of the wastewater Delhi currently generates is reused. According to Delhi Jal Board officials, the city reuses around 18% or 100 MGD (million gallons per day) of the 528 MGD of treated water generated at the DJB sewage treatment plants. The treated water …

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Texas Water Service Completes Purchase of Railyard Utility Wastewater System with Partner BVRT Utility Holding Company

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Texas Water Service (Texas Water), a subsidiary of the California Water Service Group (NYSE: CWT), through its strategic partnership with BVRT Utility Holding Company, has finalized the acquisition of Railyard Wastewater Utility System. It is the fifth utility owned and operated by Texas Water and BVRT. Railyard Utility, renamed Spanish Trail …

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Water Rate Adjustments | City of Delray Beach, Florida

First water and sewer rate adjustment in 13 years takes effect July 1, 2022 In accordance with Ordinance 17-22, water rates will be adjusted according to the schedule below. Please note that you will notice your first increase on your August 2022 bill. Why are the prices adjusted? Tariff adjustments will help fund the new water plant …

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Oregon raises Morrow Harbor water pollution fine to $2.1 million

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has increased the fine for groundwater contamination at Morrow Harbor to $2.1 million following additional wastewater violations . The agency added $800,000 to the port’s original $1.3 million fine on Friday for excessively applying nitrogen-rich sewage to agricultural fields in the lower Umatilla Basin. The area is burdened with groundwater …

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Semiconductor Wastewater Treatment Market: Advanced Technologies and Growth Opportunities to Drive the Industry Economy: DAS Environmental, Horiba, Enviolet, Arvia Technology

Global Semiconductor Wastewater Treatment Market Forecast 2022-2028key research on the state of the Semiconductor Wastewater Treatment industry is featured along with top content, definition, expert opinion, SWOT analysis, meaning and latest development around the world. Semiconductor wastewater treatment research includes information on industry size, sales, price, revenue, market share, gross margin, growth rate and cross structure. The study examines the …

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City celebrates completion of $40 million wastewater treatment upgrade

Breadcrumb Links Local News It might not be the “sexiest” piece of infrastructure, but we’d be in big trouble without it. Members of the media tour the Saskatoon Wastewater Treatment Plant after an event marking the completion of a $40 million project to upgrade the facility. Photo by Heywood Yu /Star Phoenix of Saskatoon Content of the article Municipal and …

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Grant will help the city recruit future industries | News, Sports, Jobs

A grant will help the City of Fort Dodge prepare for the possibility of accommodating industries that have unique wastewater treatment needs. The $200,000 grant will pay for most of the cost of a technical study on the construction of a wastewater treatment facility called an anaerobic digester. An anaerobic digester will clean up wastewater that is much …

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Fonterra plans to reduce sewage discharge from Manawatū River

Warwick Smith / Stuff Fonterra requested to continue discharging treated wastewater from its Longburn treatment site into the Manawatū River. Fonterra wants to continue discharging treated wastewater from its Longburn plant into the Manawatū River, but says it will reduce the amount entering it. The dairy giant obtained in 2006 the authorization to discharge treated water into the river, but …

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Wastewater Enforcement: Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment – Environmental Quality Division and City of Lake Village Enter Administrative Consent Order | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, LLC

Download PDF The Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment – Division of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”) and the City of Lake Village, Arkansas (“Lake Village”) on April 26 entered into an order Administrative Consent (“CAO”) regarding alleged violations of a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”) Authorization. See DSL No. 22-050. The CAO plans for Lake Village to operate a small …

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AI Reduces Wastewater Overflows and Sewer Spills

Remote telemetry specialist Metasphere has developed a new technology, combining cellular IoT and artificial intelligence (AI), to protect freshwater and marine ecosystems from water pollution. of the metasphere ART (Remote Analytical Telemetry) Sewer Sewage and Wastewater Spill Monitoring Solution Combines Cellular IoT (Courtesy of Nordic nRF9160 multimode NB-IoT/LTE-M SiP) and AI/machine learning (ML) to reduce waste water overflows and waste …

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Wastewater monitoring researcher rewarded by AAEES

Vikram Kapoor, assistant professor at the University of Texas at the San Antonio School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Construction Management, was recently named to the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES) 40 Under 40 Recognition Program. . The award represents Kapoor’s work to advance the fields of environmental science or environmental engineering, in particular his research …

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Orange, Altamonte to start looking for new COVID subvariants in sewage – Orlando Sentinel

Amid a gradual increase in cases, leaders in Orange County and Altamonte Springs hope to soon learn more about exactly what types of COVID-19 are spreading within their communities. The best place to do this? Toilet. “The data gaps from home testing and asymptomatic individuals mean that sewage testing is more critical than ever to our continued understanding of this …

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Best Research Report on Industrial Wastewater Treatment Technology Market with Covid-19 Impact, Current & Future Growth Overview, Competitor Analysis & Forecast to 2028: Hoganas AB, Sulzer Ltd, Veolia, Industrial Treatment Technologies

The latest version of WMR titled Industrial Wastewater Treatment Technology Market Research Report 2022-2028 (by Product Type, End-User/Application and Regions/Countries) provides an in-depth assessment of the Industrial Wastewater Treatment technology, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, company profiles of key players, and strategies. Global Industrial Wastewater Treatment Technology Market Research with Over 100 market data …

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Global Diaphragm Pumps Market Report 2022-2027 with Key Manufacturers

DUBLIN, May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “diaphragm pump market by mechanism (pneumatic and electric), operation (single-acting and double-acting), discharge pressure (up to 80 bar, 81 to 200 bar and above 200 bar ), End User and Region – Global Trends and Forecasts to 2027” has been added to the report from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The Diaphragm Pump Market Is Expected …

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Why Missouri scientists are looking for clues to COVID variants in sewage | KCUR 89.3

Ramifications of the omicron coronavirus variant pushed a peak in cases in the United States Some scientists believe that clues to how these subvariants emerge can be found in wastewater, and their research could help prevent the next dangerous strain of the virus. Mark Johnson, a professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at the University of Missouri, is one of …

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Puyallup wastewater to be tested for COVID-19

There’s a new way for health officials to detect COVID-19 infections, and it’s starting in the homes of Puyallup residents, specifically in their bathrooms. The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department recently announced its partnership with the state health department as well as local sewage treatment facilities to test raw sewage for COVID-19. . The state Department of Health is funding the …

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Sewage Treatment Systems Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029

United States, New Jersey– The Global Wastewater Treatment System Market The 2022-2028 research report is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides an overview of the industry with growth analysis and historical & future cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). Research analysts provide an elaborate description of the value chain and its analysis of …

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Al Ghabawi wastewater treatment plant in Jordan receives EBRD recognition for its sustainability

AMMAN — The Water Ministry on Saturday received the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Bronze Award for Sustainability 2022 for the Al Ghabawi Wastewater Septic Tank, the agency reported. of Jordanian press Petra. Water Minister Mohammad Najjar said he was proud of the achievement, adding that the project was submitted following His Majesty King Abdullah’s participation in the …

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Wastewater Treatment Systems Market Set to Grow Significantly Through 2028 – The Daily Vale

New York, United States: An exceptional report on the Wastewater Treatment Systems Market has been crafted by our experts at Decisive Markets Insights which instills a 360 degree idea about the improving market policies over the forecast period 2021-2028. We take this guarantee to provide you with all the mandatory market growth credentials as well as assist you in the …

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Erin shortlists contractors for two wastewater treatment plant contracts

ERIN – The council is proceeding here with a list of pre-qualified contractors for two phases of the city’s highly anticipated sewage treatment plant. On May 12, council received the report regarding the general contractor for the sewage pumping station, directing staff to proceed with a list of pre-qualified contractors, which includes: ASCO construction ltd. ; Bennett Mechanical Installations Ltd.; …

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New Orleans: Now is the time to avoid the summer surge of COVID

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Now is the time to avoid a surge of COVID-19 like the one that overwhelmed area hospitals last summer, the head of the New Orleans health department said Tuesday. The number of cases is averaging 155 a day, five times higher than a month ago, and sewage testing shows rising coronavirus concentrations in residential and tourist …

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Frank Bures: Role of COVID Wastewater Testing and Tracking | Lifestyles

Testing sewage for the genetic RNA material of the SARS-C0V-2 virus has not proven to be a waste of time. It has become another tool for tracking COVID surges/surges/swells in an area or community that uses a shared sewage and sewage disposal system. Through the National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS) launched in September 2020, the United States tracks trends of …

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🌱 Wastewater COVID Spike + NOPD Staffing Crisis Plans

Hello, New Orleans! Let’s kick off this Saturday with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: A few thunderstorms. High: 87 Low: 72. Here are the top stories in New Orleans today: New Orleans’ sewage collection figures show spike in potential COVID-19 infections in all parts of the city. The amount of …

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Governor Hochul Announces Over $62 Million Approved for Critical Sewage and Drinking Water System Upgrades

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that the Environmental Facilities Corporation has approved more than $62 million in funding for critical upgrades to wastewater and drinking water systems. The short-term financing packages, including previously announced grants, approved by the Council will provide the necessary capital for two municipalities and a public authority to undertake their water infrastructure construction projects, the total …

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Rotten material to be removed from the damaged sewage treatment plant

CKC News Two trickling filters at Bromley sewage treatment plant in Christchurch were damaged by fire last year. Work to remove rotting material from Christchurch’s damaged sewage treatment plant to end a foul stench that has plagued the east of the city for months will begin this week. Two bacterial filters at the Bromley factory were destroyed by a large …

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DeSantis should veto budget water turkeys

Governor Ron DeSantis received a record $112 billion budget from the 2022 Florida Legislature. Each legislative session, the state budget is the only bill the Legislature is required to pass and the bill the governor must sign each year to fund the state’s schools, law enforcement, transportation, health care, state agencies, and variety of other services to support the Floridians. …

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Hawaii American Water Reaches Revenue Settlement to Fund Infrastructure and Service Improvements

Settlement reinforces company’s commitment to providing reliable sanitation service that helps protect the environment Hawaii American Water has filed a settlement agreement with consumer advocates for the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (HPUC) over new rates for its Hawaii Kai customers. This is the first time Hawaii American Water has adjusted rates for these customers since 2011 and the updated rates …

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SSO/Wastewater Enforcement: Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment – Environmental Quality Division and City of Shannon Hills Enter Administrative Consent Order | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, LLC

Download PDF The Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment – Division of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”) and Shannon Hills, Arkansas (“Shannon Hills”) have entered into an Administrative Consent Order (“CAO ) on March 1 regarding alleged violations of the Clean Water Act. See DSL No. 22-018. The CAO provides that Shannon Hills will operate a municipal wastewater treatment facility (“Facility”) in …

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Water and Wastewater Pipes Market Overview 2022-2029 | Key players – Aliaxis, JM Eagle, Tenaris, Vallourec, Welspun – Queen Anne and Mangolia News

The latest market research report analyzes the Water and Wastewater Pipes Market demand by different segments Size, Share, Growth, Industry Trends and Forecast to 2028 in its database, which depicts a systematic picture of the market and provides an in-depth explanation of the various factors which are expected to drive the growth of the market. The Universal Water And Wastewater …

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Samples show COVID in Yellow Springs sewage • The Yellow Springs News

According to tests conducted by the Ohio Department of Health, a significant amount of viral shedding of COVID-19 was detected at the municipal sewage treatment plant in the village. (Photo by Reilly Dixon) While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, continues to list Greene County as having a “low” community level for the coronavirus based on a …

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Sundre receives $7.5 million grant for wastewater treatment plant – Red Deer Advocate

The city of Sundre will receive a one-time grant from the province to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant, after evaluating a pilot project to test new technology. The pilot project, which ends in 2023, is part of the plans to modernize the treatment plant with new and innovative technology. The construction will create 69 jobs. The Alberta government says the …

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California drought: How wastewater recycled for consumption could help fight dwindling supplies

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) — We recycle cans, bottles, paper and some plastics. Yet most of our sewage flows into sewers where it is discharged into the bay or ocean. California has yet to develop regulations allowing the use of recycled water for drinking, but the South Bay water wholesaler and several cities see it as a critical step due …

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Magnesium Hydroxide Market is expected to grow at 5.8% over the forecast period of 2022 and 2030

Future Market Insights Global and Consulting Pvt. ltd. The companies featured in the Magnesium Hydroxide market are Xinyang Mineral Group, Martin Marietta Materials Inc., Premier Magnesia, LLC, Kyowa Chemical Industry Co. Ltd., Nedmag Industries Mining & Manufacturing BV, Huber Engineered Materials, Israel Chemicals Ltd., Tateho Chemical Industries Co., Ltd., Ube Industries Ltd., Nabaltec AG, Konoshima Chemicals Co. Ltd., Lehmann & …

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The “yuck factor” with wastewater reuse must be addressed to save fresh water, reduce water pollution

The treatment of reclaimed water (treated wastewater) and its reuse has become an important area of ​​interest due to its potential to address many pressing urban challenges. Indian cities are grappling with a sharply increasing demand for fresh water due to rapid urbanization and exponential population growth. Treating the resulting wastewater proved equally difficult; much of it ends up polluting …

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State adds 2,303 cases, 2 deaths

Massachusetts recorded 2,303 coronavirus cases on Friday as several metrics continued to rise — but sewage shows promise. The 2,303 new cases are lower than the previous day’s mark of 2,528, although this is still a much higher rate than the post-omicron low which was only a few hundred in February before cases started to rise again. climb. The state …

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There’s more to sewage than meets the eye

The Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District uses a certain by-product to measure the number of people visiting Summit County. It may not smell good, but it’s accurate. KPCW’s Andrea Buchanan has this report. There are many things a community can learn from its water, such as increases in COVID numbers. The Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District, established in 1973 and …

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New sub-variant of Covid-19 detected in Australian wastewater

A new sub-variant of Covid-19 has been detected in Victorian sewage as more than 46,000 new cases have been reported across the country. Wastewater samples tested for Covid-19. (Source: istock.com) Victorian health authorities are monitoring the new BA.4 or BA.5 Omicron variant after samples were confirmed from a catchment area in Tullamarine, north of Melbourne. The subvariant has recently been …

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EXPLAINER: What to do with wastewater from a closed nuclear power plant?

A million gallons of radioactive water sits inside an old nuclear power plant along Cape Cod Bay and it needs to go. But where is the thorny question, and will the State intervene according to the company’s dismantling of the factory? Holtec International plans to treat the water and release it back into the bay, sparking fierce resistance from local …

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Landfills, farmers, wastewater treatment plants reject the project to ban the spreading of sludge

A group of sewage treatment operators, farmers and landfill operators are urging lawmakers to reject a proposed ban on land application of sludge. After years of sounding the alarm over contamination with the so-called “eternal chemicals” known as PFAS, environmental and health activists as well as some farmers are now pushing to end the long-standing practice in Maine of using …

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New Jersey, United States,-Reports on Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals in CEE study a variety of parameters such as raw materials, costs, technology and consumer preferences. It also provides important market identification information such as history, various expansions and trends, trade overview, regional markets, trade and market competitors. Chemicals in CEE Market Report covers company-specific capital, revenue, and price …

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Mumbai: As sewage monitoring for the Covid-causing SARS-CoV-2 virus has started in Mumbai, a senior BMC official said no positive samples had been obtained so far. “We don’t have a positive sewage sample, and this is an indicator of low positivity in the city,” said BMC Additional Commissioner Suresh Kakani. The Covid graph has been at city lows, with less …

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DHHS working to monitor COVID in sewage across state

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – In the fight against COVID-19, Nebraska health officials have used different tools to track cases and potential outbreaks. One of the newer methods is to study wastewater, which experts say is not only useful now, but could be even more so in the future. Nebraska is one of dozens of states participating in a CDC sewage …

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