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 …

Read More »

As a Massive Infrastructure Upgrade Begins, Wisconsin Needs to Invest in Its Workforce

By Megan Tanel, AEM President Editor’s Note: This was originally published by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. It is being republished here with their permission. Read the original opinion piece here. I grew up in Milwaukee County and have chosen to raise my family here. When I graduated from Wauwatosa West High School, it was a given that most students would …

Read More »

Study shows solar energy can be ‘cleanly’ converted into storable hydrogen

Research by the University of Strathclyde suggests that solar energy can be accessed and converted into hydrogen – a clean, renewable fuel. Greenhouse gas emissions must be drastically reduced to avoid the potentially catastrophic effects of climate change, with access to clean and affordable energy needed to eliminate our dependence on fossil fuels. The British government plans …

Read More »

US plastic recycling rates have fallen below 6%

Placeholder while loading article actions Americans are recycling far less plastic, according to an analysis released Wednesday, with rates falling below 6% in 2021. The new findings come as such waste has rebounded from the pandemic, despite global efforts to reduce pollution. The Search for Beyond Plastics and the Latest Beach Cleanup aims to shed light on the state of …

Read More »

3 stocks to watch from the thriving waste management industry – May 4, 2022

Zacks’ waste disposal services industry is expected to benefit from the gradual resumption of business operations and the reopening of the economy, which has resulted in increased waste generation from the industrial and commercial sectors. Government initiatives for sustainable waste management, increased environmental awareness, increasing population, rapid industrialization and urbanization and increasing adoption of advanced waste collection solutions are the …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Dell Technologies launches community solar concentrators to meet the needs of remote communities worldwide

Solar community hub in Brazil Dell Technologies At its Dell Technologies World in Las Vegas, Dell, in partnership with Computer Aid, Intel and Microsoft, announced the Solar community hubs, an evolution of its Solar Learning Labs program on which Computer Aid International and Dell Technologies (Dell) have been collaborating since 2011. The first Hub opened in Lagos, Nigeria in 2014. …

Read More »

Caribbean Energy Watch: Electricity Supply, Regulatory Adjustments

The Guyana Energy Agency has received three bids under the EPC tender for the 1.5 MW Kumu and 0.7 MW Moco Moco hydro projects. The bidders were Vidullanka ($13.9 million), Nabi Construction-HPP ($14 million) and Cummings Electrical-Dingli ($16.4 million), according to information from the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board. *** Luma Energy will submit the Final Interconnection Technical Study …

Read More »

NUTRIS opens the first European plant for the manufacture of bean protein isolates using revolutionary technology

The investment is a joint venture with Denmark’s SiccaDania, one of the leading companies providing engineering solutions for the plant industry. The plant uses revolutionary technology that the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) has been in development for over a decade, and which SiccaDania and NUTRIS.tech™ have extensively tested and improved, while proving its application in an industrial environment. This investment …

Read More »

Cleanaway Waste Management cuts its annual profit forecast

By David Winning SYDNEY – Cleanaway Waste Management Ltd. warned of profits from rising fuel prices, rising labor costs and damage to equipment from flooding on Australia’s east coast. Cleanaway said it now expects earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization for the year to June to be around AUD15 million ($10.6 million) and A$20 million lower than previous expectations. …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

UNICEF Ethiopia Humanitarian Situation Report No. 3, March 2022 – Ethiopia

Strong points UNICEF estimates that 9.9 million people are affected by drought in 214 hotspots spread across four regions of Afar, Oromia, Somalia and the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Region ( SNNPR), including 4.45 million children. More than four million people in hotspots of drought-affected regions are in dire need of water. UNICEF has been able to provide more …

Read More »

Kherson, under Russian occupation, in Ukraine, switches to the ruble and faces an internet blackout

Placeholder while loading article actions Kherson in southern Ukraine was the first major city to fall to Russian forces who invaded the country in late February. In the early days of the invasion, the city was surrounded and large parts cut off from water, electricity and access to food. It was then widely believed that Russia would attempt to take …

Read More »

Befesa sees year-over-year profit growth in first quarter

Befesa SA based in Luxembourg, a leading provider of hazardous waste recycling services to the steel and aluminum industries, says it posted its best quarterly results in its 35-year history, with adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA ) of the first quarter of 61.1 million euros, or $64.4 million. The figure was 25% higher than the company’s …

Read More »

The waste management fee brings the total rate/fee to 2.7% or $56.31 for each household. | The standard

news, latest news, Warrnambool’s new library will cost ratepayers an additional $256,000 to operate over the coming year, with the council proposing a 2.7% increase in rates and fees. The council’s proposed budget shows that the provision of library services will nearly double in a few years, from $928,000 in 2020-21 to a projected $1,681,000 in the next fiscal year. …

Read More »