Roll-Off Express LLC offers waste management for construction sites in Springfield

Roll-Off Express LLC offers residential and commercial waste removal, including roofing debris, construction waste, and yard piles. Tim was very professional and helped us clean our house pinball machine delivering a dumpster within 2 hours of our call. I highly recommend Roll Off Express for any dumpster rental! -Lydia Muller SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI, USA, Oct. 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — When there’s …

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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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NEET aspirant dies after consuming contaminated water, more than 30 students are believed to have fallen ill

NEET seeker dies after consuming contaminated water Photo: iStock A shock from Kota in Rajasthan where an 18-year-old NEET aspirant, Vaibhav Roy, died of severe liver disease on Thursday. Vaibhav was diagnosed with hepatic encephalopathy. Vaibhav breathed his last in a private hospital where he was undergoing treatment. The case comes from the Jawahar Nagar region, where 35 other students …

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No decrease in water bills expected due to NWC energy savings

Derillion Energy Jamaica CEO Simon Piggot (left) explains to officials how the Mona Reservoir Floating Solar System works. WHILE the cost of energy needed to produce drinking water is expected to drop by around $1 billion a year, National Water Commission (NWC) customers should not expect reductions from their short-term bills, as the government wants to use the savings to …

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Idaho resumes radioactive waste shipments to New Mexico

Shipments of nuclear waste from eastern Idaho resumed after three episodes that led New Mexico officials to suspend them in September. BOISE, Idaho — Shipments of nuclear waste from the U.S. Department of Energy site in eastern Idaho to a nuclear waste repository in New Mexico have resumed after three episodes that prompted New Mexico officials to suspend them. An …

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Mysuru deploys electric vehicles in “green” touch for waste management

Electric vehicles (EVs) deployed to transport waste, especially e-waste and dry waste, in Mysuru central business district Electric vehicles (EVs) deployed to transport waste, especially e-waste and dry waste, in Mysuru central business district Mysuru’s solid waste management has gone “green” as zero-emission vehicles have been deployed to transport waste generated in the city center, ushering in a new approach …

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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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Two political newcomers vying for LV City Council Ward 6

Term limits for an incumbent on the Las Vegas City Council have opened the race for political newcomers seeking to score a four-year term on the board. Nancy Brune and Ray Spencer are seeking to replace the term-limited Michele Fiore, who is running as the Republican candidate for Nevada State Treasurer. Nancy Brune As founder and former executive director of …

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UAE electricity and water supplier Taqa seeks to reduce emissions by 2030

The UAE’s largest water and electricity supplier aims to cut carbon emissions by 25% by 2030 from 2019 levels as part of the oil-producing nation’s plan to reach the net zero in the middle of this century. Abu Dhabi National Energy Co., known as Taqa, plans to build more solar power plants and shut down natural gas-powered power plants, chief …

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Nuclear energy is not clean – it creates hellish wastelands of radioactive waste water

Joshua Frank’s Brilliance Atomic daysby Haymarket Books, plunges us into the horribly clogged innards of the failing technology that is nuclear energy. Frank’s excursion into the radioactive wasteland of the Hanford Nuclear Reserve in the Columbia River Valley in eastern Washington State is the ultimate real-world nightmare. Unfortunately, it serves as a wailing siren for what lies ahead with the …

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Liquid Waste Management Market to Reach USD 85.02 Billion by

Pune, India, Oct. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Fortune Business Insight™ the Global liquid waste management market The size is expected to reach USD 85.02 billion by 2026, showing a CAGR of 3.3% during the forecast period. Rising population across the globe has led to the need for effective liquid waste management, which in turn will support healthy …

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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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People against palm trees

Bougainvillea and palm trees are as common in Los Angeles as stop lights on the 101. Could that be a bad thing? “Bougainvillea, boxwood, Madagascar palms – none of them are native to this region,” landscape designer Lily Kwong said the other day. She stood outside her house on the east side of Los Angeles dressed in a khaki jumpsuit …

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UK government grants £13.7m for sustainable smart factories

Stay up to date with everything happening in the wonderful world of AM through our LinkedIn community. The UK government has awarded combined funding of £13.7 million to help improve the energy efficiency, productivity and sustainability of manufacturing processes, smart factory projects that include 3D printing at a record scale, using AI to make steel production more productive, and using …

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Four bins good: is Victoria’s waste management strategy the future of recycling? | Recycling

In Germany, the most successful recycling nation in the world, there is a city that provided services to recycle a dead dog or a deer head. In South Korea, another champion of the circular economy, a garbage inspector can rummage through your trash and fine you if you put the wrong thing in the wrong bag. In Kamikatsu, on the …

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