Water energy

Ida’s stifling consequences: no energy, no water, no gasoline

New Orleans agents presented seven locations across the city. People could have a meal and sit in the air conditioning. Edwards said state agents were also working to organize locations to distribute meals, water and ice, but that would not start on Tuesday. The governor’s office also said discussions were underway about setting up cooling stations and locations where people …

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Flooding is causing basement backups and freeway closures in metro Detroit. Again

Residents of Brace Street in Detroit have grown accustomed to an infuriating routine this summer after a series of thunderstorms caused catastrophic flooding in the Detroit metro area. The sky is darkening and the rain is falling quickly. Their streets flooded and their basements fill up. Then they clean up the mess. It happened again on Friday when a rapid …

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Water funds attract $ 35 billion as drought depletes reservoirs. New report asks if they’re worth it

As extreme droughts and water shortages plague the western United States and beyond, water funds have attracted an estimated $ 35 billion in assets under management, according to a new Morningstar report. The trend comes as much of California faces voluntary water rationing this summer as drought dries up land, forcing some farmers to destroy crops and drains the reservoirs. …

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Tata Consumer Products launches Himalayan bottled water in UK

NEW DELHI: Tata Consumer Products (TCP) announced on Tuesday that its Himalayan brand of bottled water is now available in the UK. The UK launch is part of the company’s strategy to leverage its brands in all markets and maximize the brand’s potential, the company said in a statement. This is the first water brand launched by Tata Consumer Products …

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Never Take Your Medication With This Drink, New Study Finds

Take with a large glass of water. Chances are you’ve read this instruction on the side of a pill bottle or medicine package insert. Now, the results of a new study underscore how important it is to do exactly as your drug’s indications suggest, because when drugmakers specify water, that is precisely what they mean. A study published in a …

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The Middle East lacks water

The disappearance of Lake Urmia was rapid. Its area has more than halved – from 5,400 square kilometers (2,085 square miles) in the 1990s to just 2,500 square kilometers (965 square miles) today – according to the Department of Environmental Protection. from West Azerbaijan, one of the Iranian provinces. where the lake is. It is now feared that it will …

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Oil slips nearly 3% on Chinese virus brakes and strong dollar

WTI crude at its lowest since May China Reports Increase in New COVID-19 Cases Wall Street Banks Cut China’s Growth Forecast Amid COVID Concerns China’s crude imports in July drop 20% year on year UN panel issues dreadful climate change warning NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (Reuters) – Oil prices fell about 3% on Monday, extending last week’s steep losses due …

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IID’s New Coachella Valley Energy Commission Tackles Energy-Water Gap

Seeking to avoid legislation that would force Riverside County representation on its board of directors, the Imperial Irrigation District called the first meeting of its new Coachella Valley Energy Commission on Thursday. Undera long-term agreement with the Coachella Valley Water District, IID provides electricity to 100,000 residents of Coachella Valley. This pact expires in 2033 and the overarching goal of …

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How sulfuric acid almost ended up in a Michigan community’s water supply

When you dilute sulfuric acid with water, you get battery acid. This is what the Metro Detroit community of New Baltimore almost accidentally created in their water supply last month, due to a labeling incident. New Baltimore Water Plant Superintendent Chris Hiltunen said on Sunday July 11 that an employee was pumping out several gallons of what he believed to …

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