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

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

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Investing in Safety – Waste Today

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

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US Ecology: extends environmental solutions offered to the hospitality industry

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

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Waste management in Lumumba: “Follow … state law”

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

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Canada’s nitrogen footprint shows great regional variation | Writing

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

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VIMS partners with JASON Learning for Beyond the Plastic Bottle Challenge

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

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Blockage of online authorization system slows PV installations

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

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

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

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Government promotes waste management through film

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

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EPWater provides update on wastewater emergency in West El Paso

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

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The best eco-friendly companies to invest in

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

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

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

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Fall mulch shed – Saturday, September 25

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

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Boulder County Organizations Helping Residents Become Self-Sufficient

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

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