IFF Launches Annual Green Finance Prize Selection on World Environment Day

BEIJING, June 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The International Finance Forum (IFF) will begin accepting nominations for the annual IFF Global Green Finance Award, beginning on June 5which is also World Environment Day. Echoing the World Environment Day theme “Only One Earth”, which emphasizes the need for change through policy changes and our choices to live in harmony with nature in …

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Houston company launches ambitious partnership to recover natural gas from landfills

As the old saying goes, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”. But in this case, to be more specific, it’s another person’s renewable energy. Houston-based Archaea Energy is partnering with Republic Services, one of the nation’s largest waste management companies, to recover methane produced from landfills and refine it to power power plants, homes and vehicles. In addition to …

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Governor’s Office | This week in New Jersey

GOVERNOR MURPHY, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF HIGHER EDUCATION ANNOUNCE SECOND ROUND OF PROPOSED CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROJECTS TO RECEIVE FUNDING UNDER THE FUTURE OBLIGATION SECURITY ACT OUR CHILDREN Governor Phil Murphy, Acting Commissioner of Education Angelica Allen-McMillan and Secretary of Higher Education Dr. Brian Bridges have recommended projects to the Legislative Assembly as part …

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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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Iran faces water and electricity shortages this summer

The inflow of water into Tehran’s dams has fallen by around 21% since March compared to last year, while reports indicate that the country will also face severe power shortages this year. Mohammad-Reza Bakhtiari, director general of the water and wastewater company of Tehran province, said on Friday that with about 179 millimeters of rain since the beginning of the …

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Industries dump chemicals on fields and pollute the Ajnar River in Madhya Pradesh

Industrial waste from factories in Madhya Pradesh would be dumped into empty boreholes in the fields, activists claim. In Manpur town of Indore district, water from the river, as well as other water sources including tube wells, has been polluted, affecting 50 villages. Many cattle, aquatic animals and wild animals are said to have died after consuming polluted river water, …

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Smart Cities World – Greenspots

The General Authority of the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with H2-Industries to construct a waste-to-hydrogen facility at a new site in East Port Said. The project has an estimated cost of $4 billion. Yehia Zaki, President of SCZone, explained that the MoU is not binding until H2-Industries has completed all feasibility studies, …

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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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City of Phoenix issues water alert amid drought

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Phoenix is ​​calling on customers to reduce their water usage as the city activated its drought management plan on Wednesday. The City of Phoenix declared a Phase 1 water alert at the afternoon city council meeting. The alert means authorities are urging people to reduce their water consumption, which will have minimal impact on their daily …

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Energy and water development company files IPO filing

Energy and Water Development Company, a Florida-based engineering consulting group that builds water and power systems, just filed for an IPO. Why is it important: It takes a brave soul to go public in today’s market, and Energy and Water’s efforts could set the bar high for other energy companies considering an exit. What is happening: Energy and Water Development …

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WasteExpo brought together the $85 billion in solid waste, recycling and

NEW YORK, June 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WasteExpo, North America’s largest solid waste, recycling and organics industry trade show and conference, today announces that it has successfully brought together the $85 billion solid waste, recycling and organics industry May 9-12 in Las Vegas. WasteExpo brought together over 12,000 industry professionals with over 500 exhibitors to learn, network and explore …

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Site set up in Douglas County Fairgrounds for storm-damaged lumber waste – Alexandria Echo Press

ALEXANDRIA – Pope/Douglas Solid Waste Management has set up a lumber waste drop-off site for residents of Pope and Douglas counties who recently experienced storm damage. The temporary tree and lumber waste shutdown site was created to provide additional capacity for locally generated lumber waste following the eruption of recent severe storms. Solid Waste Management said the site was developed …

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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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khedar: Police use water cannons as villagers try to break into Khedar thermal power station | Chandigarh News

Hisar: Police here on Monday used water cannons to disperse villagers who had been sitting on a dharna for about a month and a half as they attempted to enter the Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Plant (RGTPP) located in the village of Khedar of Hisar district.The villagers allege that the administration also shot at them and fired tear gas shells …

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Plan to set up special education centers ‘dead in the water’, say government sources – The Irish Times

A controversial plan to create special education centers for children without school places is “dead in the water”, government sources have said. The plan, revealed in The Irish Times last week, involved the temporary establishment of five centers in the Dublin area to provide education for dozens of vulnerable children who have yet to secure a place in a special …

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