Monthly Archives: March 2022

Covid, Russia and the economy put the “Chinese model” to the test

A year ago, when many countries were still reeling from Covid-19, China seemed to be one of the few places thriving during the pandemic. It was also the only major economy to post growth in 2020. Global investors were bullish on Chinese stocks even as Beijing’s regulatory crackdown on its private sector looked more like a political campaign. This has …

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New power lines for Windsor battery plant down at Lakeshore

New hydroelectric transmission power line infrastructure proposed for new Stellantis-LG electric vehicle battery plant in Windsor is currently being reviewed by the Ontario Energy Board, but the town of Lakeshore is concerned about the destination of this infrastructure. The 4.5 million square foot Stellantis-LG EV battery factory will employ 2,500 people and is expected to create an investment windfall for …

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Industry-scale market size, growth drivers and forecasts

New Jersey, United States – This Industrial scale market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, the development and improvement of the industrial sector and the new product launches presented in this …

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Water and Waste Management Market Outlook 2022 Analysis by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States,-The Water and Waste Management market reports study a variety of parameters such as raw materials, cost, technology, and consumer preferences. It also provides important identifying information about the market such as history, various expansions and trends, trade overview, regional markets, trade and market competitors. Water and Waste Management Market Report Based on the market share analysis …

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Masks, vaccines and ventilation among ‘common sense’ measures to take as sewage signal increases

As the level of coronavirus appearing in Ottawa’s sewage continues to climb steadily, an epidemiologist says public health officials need to step up promotion of the importance of mask-wearing and three-dose vaccinations. Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiologist and associate professor at the University of Ottawa, said the city doesn’t need to reinstate more public health restrictions, but some “common sense measures” …

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Farmers in Laos turn to game theory to try to outsmart the rats | Agricultural news

For more than a decade, Laos has faced a growing rat problem as the rodents make their way through rice, the country’s main cash crop and staple food. Described by farmers as a ‘sea of ​​rats’, the vermin eat away at least 20% of the country’s annual rice crop, putting further pressure on household finances and food security in what …

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BREAKING: SSANU, NASU cut electricity and water supply to UNILAG as strike begins

The Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the Association of Senior Executives of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the Allied and Educational Institutions Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU), University of Lagos (UNILAG) Chapter have closed electricity and water supply to the university, after the start of a two-week industrial action. The strike began at midnight on Sunday March 27, joining the Academic Staff …

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Simple ideas to empower local communities to solve global plastic waste

There are many strategies to reduce plastic waste, including creating less, using less, and better managing current waste to prevent contamination or leakage. By Raj Kumar If nothing is done soon to curb the use of plastic, remember that in 2050, there will be even more plastic in the oceans than fish. The adverse effects of plastic on human health …

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100% increase in COVID found in county wastewater: study

SAN DIEGO – The BA.2 variant of COVID-19 is in San Diego and UC San Diego Health is masking up in its health clinics. When testing sewage systems across the county, scientists say they are seeing a 100% increase in COVID showing up in the sewer system. “We are seeing cases increase slightly, so this may be another surge,” said …

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Families take the opportunity to get healthy at the fair | Education

Parents and children paraded through several venues and stations on Thursday night as they enjoyed a free health fair. Hosted by the Hardin County Schools Family Resource and Youth Service Centers at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown, the Spring into Wellness Fair offered families an opportunity to explore healthy habits. Co-organizer Leslie Hall said the fair took a focused …

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Updated Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) Market Insight Future Trends, Scope, Key Players from 2016 to 2028

The Global Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) Market The report emphasizes on a detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide a comprehensive perspective of the overall market. Further, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth and expansion strategies utilized by leading companies in the “Pressurized Water …

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Avis Industrial acquires Femco Machine

Avis Industrial Corp., Upland, Indiana, has completed the acquisition of the assets of Femco Machine, Punxsutawney, Pa., a supplier of machining parts, replacement parts and original equipment manufacturer (OEM), field repair and service. For more than 60 years, Femco and its employees have supported the recycling, industrial manufacturing, construction, aggregates and mining, and oil and gas industries with products and …

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Industrial Waste Management Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- This Industrial Waste Management Market The report also includes a segment-by-segment examination of macroeconomic factors, controlling variables, general market conditions, and competitive intensity. This excellent Industrial Waste Management Market report accurately depicts the entire market environment. With this study, the potential deficits, as well as the difficulties of the key industries, can be examined. It focuses …

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Sewage Network Rehabilitation Market Key Vendors, Opportunities, In-Depth Analysis by Regional and Country Perspectives

The Global Wastewater Network Rehabilitation Market The report emphasizes on a detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide a comprehensive perspective of the overall market. Further, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth and expansion strategies employed by leading companies in the “Wastewater Network Rehabilitation …

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The main building repair and restoration project will improve the working and learning environment | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center of intellectual and creative resources as well as a catalyst for socioeconomic development and the commercialization of intellectual …

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South Nashville homeowners frustrated with trash pickup services

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – Full trash carts along Sadler Avenue in South Nashville are a problem for homeowners like David Johnson. “It’s incredibly frustrating because it’s a horror,” Johnson said. Frustration over the lack of consistency in the city’s trash pickup service continues for Johnson as he sees trash being picked up on nearby streets, but it appears the trash …

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Donations for 10th Annual Recyclothes Clothing Drive Set New All-Time Record – City of Albuquerque

March 23, 2022 Residents took up the challenge of collecting a record amount of clothing during Recyclothes this Saturday, March 19. For the first time, the clothing drive organized by Keep Albuquerque Beautiful, a program of the city’s solid waste management department, and locker #505, filled an entire yellow bin and half of a second. The total amount of clothing, …

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Lake City upgrades wastewater treatment plant | Latest titles

LAKE CITY, SC – Lake City is upgrading its Lake Swamp Wastewater Treatment Plant on Cemetery Road. The $10.5 million renovation replaces equipment, creates additional biological treatment ponds, and will improve the quality of wastewater discharged into and near the city. The construction project is funded by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund, which is administered by the South Carolina …

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Earthjustice and LCVEF launch an educational digital campaign to highlight the importance of the courts and the environment

washington d.c. — This week, Earthjustice and the League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (LCVEF) launched a five-digit digital education campaign to highlight the importance of courts for the environment in the District of Columbia and 12 states: Alaska, Arizona, Florida , Georgia. , Maine, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Wisconsin. Video ads run pre-roll …

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Nothing new here – managing a remote workforce

Managing the IT of a remote workforce is no different than a traditionally dispersed workforce, says Scott Davidson, Managing Director of ISN Solutions. With the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic fading, his legacy is something that has fundamentally changed the makeup of many businesses today. With lockdown came remote working, and now that many have returned to the office, countless …

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Seed Group Partners with TradeTech Leader Nexxiot to Accelerate Cutting-Edge Digital Supply Chain Services in the MENA and GCC Region

DUBAI, UAE and ZURICH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Seed Group, a company in the private practice of Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed Al Maktoum, announced a new strategic partnership with Nexxiot, a Swiss company and TradeTech leader, to drive the adoption of supply chain technology advanced to facilitate capabilities in global trade. As part of this new partnership, Seed Group will help Nexxiot expand its …

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Spent Fuel And Nuclear Waste Management Market To Receive An Overwhelming Increase In Revenue By 2027

The global spent fuel and nuclear waste management market is expected to grow at a strong CAGR by 2026. Some of the key factors influencing the growth of the market include huge demand for waste management services, growing reliance on fuels fossil fuels and current and future nuclear power plant decommissioning activities. However, the high initial cost and high payback …

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Woolly mammoth tooth discovered by sewage technician at construction site

SHELDON, Iowa (KCAU) — A woolly mammoth tooth found in Sheldon, Iowa, is believed to be as old as the last time Earth experienced a glacial maximum — which scientists say dates back more than 20,000 years. The dent was discovered about two weeks ago at a construction site on the campus of Northwest Iowa Community College. Justin Blauwet, a …

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Wellington Water under pump due to poor condition of network assets

While Wellington Water falls short of the capital, other councils in the area say they run the water company very well because they spend more. File photo. Photo: RNZ / Angus Dreaver So far this quarter, there are 1.8 sewage overflows for every 1,000 sewer connections in the city of Wellington, according to the latest figures. This is against a …

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Thermal Energy Flow Metering Solutions Market Development, Future, Size and Forecast Report 2022 to 2028 | ABB, Elster Water, Emerson Electric

Thermal Energy Flow Metering Solutions Market Acor Insights presented a new report on Global Thermal Energy Flow Measurement Solutions Market 2022, Forecast to 2028 . This report is the product of a comprehensive analysis of the Thermal Energy Flow Metering Solutions market trends and forecasts till 2028. This report covers an exhaustive study of the data that affects the market …

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Ohio’s Hydraulic Fracturing Industry – A Boon As Promised Or Something Less?

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A 2012 Cleveland State University report predicted that Ohio’s then-growing hydraulic fracturing industry would add 66,000 direct and indirect jobs and $5 billion annually to the state economy by the end of 2014. The predictions only grew from there. A decade later, with operations spread across the east of the state to take advantage of the economic …

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Waste management to get the top priority | Kochi News

Kochi: Kalamassery Municipality and Thrikkakara, the state’s high-income municipality, will present their budgets for 2022-2023 on Monday and Wednesday respectively.Kalamassery Municipality President Seema Kannan said discussions on projects to be included in the budget were ongoing. Waste treatment is a major issue for the two local authorities. The Municipality of Kalamassery had faced the wrath of the National Green Tribunal …

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SWOT Analysis of Membrane Water and Wastewater Treatment Market Including Key Players Alfa Laval, BASF SE, Evoque Water Technologies – The Saber

Los Angeles, USA, North America including Q1-2021 analysis The report named, Global Membrane Water and Wastewater Treatment Market has been added to the market research archives by JCMR. Industry experts and researchers have come up with a reliable and accurate analysis of the Water and Wastewater Membrane Treatment considering many aspects such as growth factors, challenges, limitations, developments, trends and …

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Alaska House committee proposes funding schools a year up front using money from rising oil prices

The Alaska House finance committee is meeting to discuss improved state revenue projections Wednesday at the Capitol. The latest version of the committee’s budget includes an additional $1.2 billion to fund public education a year up front. (Andrew Kitchenman/KTOO and Alaska Public Media) The Alaska House finance committee plans to spend some of the state’s extra money from high oil …

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Well-placed sewage treatment plants for the production of renewable energy biogas from food waste

For years, sewage treatment plants have been the main destination for what is flushed down the toilet. Key points: Wastewater treatment plants are well positioned to accept organic food waste from households to divert materials from landfill, experts say Anaerobic digesters already found in some water treatment plants treat wastewater to create biogas and break down waste Water treatment plants …

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Global environmental consulting services market to reach $43.2 billion by 2026

Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of major competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Online interactive peer-to-peer collaborative personalized updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: 6; Published: February 2022Executive commitments: 2822Companies: 209 – Players covered include AECOM; ANTEA Group; Arcadis NV; Bechtel Corporation; CH2M Hill Inc.; ERM …

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DC Water Plans Microgrid for One of World’s Largest Wastewater Treatment Plants; solicitation questions

The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) is seeking consulting services for a microgrid to be installed at the Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant, one of the largest wastewater treatment plants in the world, located in Washington, DC. By kubais/Shutterstock.com The authority will hold a non-mandatory pre-proposal conference on March 16 at 1 p.m. ET for …

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The next level of sustainability: restoring nature

When online travel giant Expedia Group unveiled its $900 million Seattle headquarters in 2019, the 40-acre waterfront campus featured plenty of amenities: a bike path, soccer field, and a beach dotted with driftwood logs for sitting to the sound of the waves. It also has well-organized dirt. Surfacedesign landscape architects in San Francisco focused on extensive restoration of natural habitat …

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Global Anaerobic Biological Treatment Technologies Market 2022 Key Drivers – Suez Environnement, Global Water & Energy, ADI Systems, Xylem

According to a recent article published by MarketQuest.bizthe Global Anaerobic Biological Treatment Technology Market is expected to grow significantly from 2022 to 2028. In terms of valuation and market volume, the research provides market share analysis. It studies the market by reviewing market dynamics, trends, latest developments, issues, challenges, market research, and companies involved. The basic facts and growth opportunities …

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Has the sustainable beauty packaging revolution arrived? – AREA

It’s no secret that plastic waste has become one of the most pressing environmental problems on the planet. Of the seven billion tonnes of plastic waste generated worldwide to date, less than ten percent has been recycled. The rest ends up in landfills and waterways, leaching harmful chemicals and microplastics into the environment and water supplies. Although many industries are …

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Ex-dividend reminder: Altra Industrial Motion, Waste Management and Alamos Gold

ILooking at the universe of stocks we cover on the Dividend Channel, 3/16/22, Altra Industrial Motion Corp (Symbol: AIMC), Waste Management, Inc. (Symbol: WM) and Alamos Gold Inc (Symbol: AGI) all trade ex-dividend for their respective next dividends. Altra Industrial Motion Corp will pay its quarterly dividend of $0.08 on 04/04/22, Waste Management, Inc. will pay its quarterly dividend of …

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Global Primary Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market Business Growth by Major Key Players Analysis – Xylem, Ecologix Environmental Systems LLC, Beckart Environmental Inc.

Global primary water and wastewater treatment equipment market is a professional market research conducted by MarketandResearch.biz which examines the possibilities and prospects for market growth. The study includes a market synopsis, specifications, product definition and objectives, as well as an industry overview. Market estimation and detailed analysis are also included in the first section. This research presents the competitive landscape …

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Martin Lewis shares a simple shower tip that could cut £70 off the energy bill

HOUSEHOLDS across the country are looking to save money as bills rise. Now Martin Lewis has shared a tip to save money on your energy bill – by using less water. 1 Switching your shower head to an eco-friendly version could save money – and you can get one for freeCredit: Getty The money-saving expert said: “Weirdly one way to …

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2022 Ohio Youth Capital Challenge kicks off in Columbus – Ohio Ag Net

Public policy, fellowship and learning more about how government works were part of the March 5 opening session for participants in the 2022 Ohio Youth Capital Challenge. Students ages 14 to 18 and three college mentors gathered in Columbus to discuss agricultural issues and policies as part of the annual program, which is a collaboration between Ohio Agricultural Bureau, Ohio …

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Old shore fishing gear gets new life with coastal project

Oyster farmers use heavy-duty plastic bags to grow bivalves, but once the material starts to break down, it gets thrown away. A pair of Mainers are working to change that by developing a new method of recycling plastics like those found in seashell bags and other gear. James Rutter, who works as a Fab Lab and director of technology at …

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Voters in Vienna approve proposed spending, add increases for civil servants

VIENNA — Voters in Vienna have approved the city’s proposed spending plan for the year, adding increases for the three councillors, the fire chief and his deputy and deputy chiefs, and the city’s webmaster. For about an hour and a half, about 30 people gathered at the community center to approve the current annual expenses of the town of 578 …

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City Council to discuss sewage plan and purchase of fire trucks

Midland City Council will discuss sewage treatment projects and the potential purchase of fire trucks on Monday. The Board will meet at 6:00 p.m. on March 14 at Midland City Hall for a workshop session on the city’s planned Foundation Drain Disconnect Program (FDDP). The workshop will be followed by the regular council meeting at 7 p.m. The FDDP would …

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Telangana Education Minister – The New Indian Express

By Express press service HYDERABAD: Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy informed the State Assembly on Friday that the state government will strengthen the school education system by investing Rs 7,289 crore. The program is implemented in three phases in 26,065 schools under the Department of School Education. Under Phase I (2021-22), the program is resumed with an estimated budgetary cost …

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Manitoba Hydro says more and more customers are struggling to pay their energy bills – Winnipeg

The number of Manitobans falling behind on their hydro bills is growing rapidly. According to Manitoba Hydro, backlogs have increased over the past two months from approximately 78,000 customers to 80,000 customers, a 3% increase in cases. “Well, we’ve seen the total arrears and that includes not only residential accounts but also commercial accounts,” Manitoba Hydro spokesman Scott Powell told …

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ACT’s Freres Biochar CO2 Removal Project Selected by Microsoft’s 2022 Carbon Removal Program

ACT Buying carbon credits will fuel biochar innovation for years to come NEW YORK, March 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ACTthe leading provider of market-based custom solutions to reduce carbon footprint, and Brothers Lumber Co.a leading engineered wood products manufacturing company, today announced that Microsoft has selected its Biochar CO2 removal project for its 2022 Carbon Removal Program. Founded in …

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GFL Environmental Inc. Announces Consent Judgment

VAUGHAN, ON – GFL Environmental Inc. (NYSE: GFL) (TSX: GFL) (“GFL” or the “Company”) today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Arbor Hills Landfill, Inc (“Arbor Hills” ) agreed to a consent judgment with EGLE to resolve issues raised in a complaint filed by EGLE in late October 2020. The complaint related to odors at the landfill between January 2018 and …

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Already outdated sewage system upgrade plans

Experts warn that the sanitation system improvements planned by some cities are “already outdated”, writes Diana Kruzman for Grist. “The designs are based on decades-old precipitation estimates that do not reflect current – ​​let alone future – climate risks.” “As of 2004, more than 700 communities across the United States had combined sewer systems, where sewage and stormwater flow through …

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Ukraine. Millions at risk as health problems exacerbate vulnerabilities

Budapest/Geneva, March 10, 2022 – As the conflict continues in Ukraine and a cold front descends, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) warns of the dire health situation – including the spread of COVID -19 – and the impact on the mental health of millions of people both inside and outside the country. Fighting in …

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How gas and water problems destroy 4,100 MW power grid in 4 days

Instances of gas shortages and falling water levels ripped more than 4,100 megawatts (MW) of electricity from the national grid in the first four days of March. Data from the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), which operates the grid, shows that in the first four days of March, the grid lost over 4,100 MW. The analysis indicates that the low …

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Landfill expected to last 40 more years

Currently in the process of closing a cell at the Carroll-Grayson-Galax Regional Landfill, the Carroll-Grayson-Galax Solid Waste Authority has announced that the Hillsville landfill site will be good for at least 40 years. Sam Dickson, a former member of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors and current member of the Carroll-Grayson-Galax Solid Waste Authority (SWA), broke the news to the …

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Indonesia seeks collaboration with Japan to improve waste management

Yet, we need a number of appropriate, effective, affordable and environmentally friendly innovations to better manage medical waste. Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Investment has sought collaboration with the Japanese Ministry of Environment for the development of the waste management system through the establishment of the 6th joint committee on waste treatment. The meeting …

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King George official slams ‘lack of transparency’ on sewage and water | Local News

It may not be unusual for citizens to complain about a lack of transparency on the part of elected officials, but it certainly seems unusual when one of those elected officials does so. But that’s what TC Collins, a new member of the King George Board of Supervisors, alleged last week over information about the county’s Service Authority. He said …

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Western weakness allows Russian war crimes in Ukraine

As we approach the two weeks since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin’s tactics are changing. The Russian leader expected to quickly defeat the Ukrainian army, capture its main cities, behead the country’s leaders and install a puppet government. Instead, Russian forces have suffered heavy casualties and now face the prospect of a grueling war against an entire …

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Global Membrane Bioreactor Market Forecast to 2026: With Profiles from Alfa Laval, SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions, Evoque Water Technologies, Asahi Kasei, Pentair and Mann+Hummel – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Membrane Bioreactors: Global Markets” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The introduction of membrane bioreactors (MBR) has added a new dimension to the efficiency of membrane filtration in the field of wastewater treatment. MBRs equip wastewater treatment utilities with a limited but useful ability to treat organic waste in addition to performing membrane-based separation. There is …

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The government advises residents on sorting waste

The Lagos State Government has urged residents to embrace waste segregation as a means of effective waste management in the state. The chief executive of the Lagos Waste Management Authority, Mr. Ibrahim Odumboni revealed this in a statement on Monday. Odumboni reportedly said this during a meeting with solid waste management stakeholders in the Yaba local council development area and …

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Spectrum Cable Excavation Leads to 2 Sewage Spills on the Peninsula

Spectrum contractors caused spills March 7. By Dave Vieser. Spectrum Cable contractors were responsible for two sewage line breaks on the peninsula last week that sent 200 gallons of sewage into Lake Norman. “We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused,” spokesman Pat Paterno said, explaining that a subcontractor installing cables damaged the pipes. “As soon as we discovered the …

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North Carolina hurricanes linked to rise in gastrointestinal illness in marginalized communities

North Carolina ERs reported hundreds of visits for gastrointestinal illnesses such as diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal pain in the weeks during and after Hurricanes Florence in 2018 and Matthew in 2016. A new study published last month in the journal Science of the Total Environment found an 11% increase in emergency room visits during both storms, with the largest increase …

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“Projects without environmental assessment will not be funded”

TEHRAN — Due to irrational use, the planet has lost its tolerance in recent years, so projects need to proceed more cautiously, and those without environmental impact assessment should not be funded, chief said from the Ministry of the Environment, Ali Salajegheh. “Today, industrialized nations have understood that to become rich, they must take care of the environment. A country …

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N3B Los Alamos awards $9,000 scholarships to three area students – Los Alamos Reporter

Alyssa Aguilar. Courtesy picture Jimmy Wheeler/Courtesy Photo Daniel Tafoya / Courtesy Photo NEWS N3B LOS ALAMOS Alyssa Aguilar, a student at Northern New Mexico College, and Daniel Tafoya and Jimmy Wheeler, both students at the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos, were each awarded a $9,000 Danny Nichols and Dennis Huddleston Memorial Scholarship by N3B Los Alamos at the end of …

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Wastewater monitoring data for COVID is ‘remarkable’ – but Hamilton dismissed it

Hamilton Public Health does not use or disclose the wastewater surveillance that is increasingly relied on provincially to measure COVID-19 trends. “This is not something that has worked in Hamilton so far,” Medical Officer of Health Dr. Elizabeth Richardson said in a statement. However, provincial program leaders refute Hamilton’s rejection of the real-time indicator used to track transmission, especially since …

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Indigenous and Muslim Education and Justice for All Water Defenders in Canada: A Wet’suwet’en Film Screening

Canadian Muslim groups host film screening with arrested Mohawk members in Wet’suwet’en Filtering blood and water and lobbying for water rights On Sunday, March 6, 2022, the non-profit organizations Indigenous & Muslim Connection (IME), in collaboration with Justice For All Canada, will present a film about Indigenous water defenders in Wet’suwet’en. The online program features a documentary directed by Six …

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Congress wants to cut imports of Russian crude oil, given the war in Ukraine. Here’s what that means.

“What we do know is that, you know, from the US economy, we don’t import a lot of Russian oil, but we’re looking at what options we can take right now if we were to reduce US consumption by Russian energy,” Psaki said. “But what’s really most important is that we maintain a constant supply of global energy.” She later …

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The metal recycling market size will reach USD 368.7 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 5.2%

BANGALORE, India, March 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The metal recycling market is segmented by metal type (ferrous and non-ferrous metals), scrap type (old scrap and new scrap) and end user (building and construction, packaging, automotive, industrial machinery, electronic and electrical equipment, shipbuilding and others): Global Opportunities Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030. The size of the global metal recycling market was …

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INSEE Ecocycle opens state-of-the-art pyrolysis plant to convert industrial waste into valuable resources that will contribute to the circular economy – The Island

Sri Lanka is currently facing several economic challenges and in order to pull the country out of this predicament, it is imperative that Sri Lanka takes bold steps that will prepare the country for the future. Among them, Nation Branding is an approach that can pay big dividends if done right. Nation Branding is an exercise where a country aims …

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Drinking Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market 2021 Size, Key Opportunities and Business Players – Kemira, BASF, Ecolab – company ethos

The comprehensive Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market research report includes industry policy analysis and review of crucial market strategic developments such as R&D, new product launches, and regional growth of global and regional market leaders. Further, the report focuses on marketing strategies, policies and industry chains as they affect market dynamics. As a result, the reader will identify items …

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Sustainability at UW-Madison – Office of the Chancellor – UW-Madison

Weather issues that are likely related to climate change make headlines almost daily. As many of you know, we have worked to make the UW-Madison campus more sustainable and resilient over the past decade. In this blog, I want to tell you about some of our current efforts to create a more sustainable campus. Our approach to sustainability brings together …

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The Green Building Council will help 20 sites in the valley reduce their energy and water consumption

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The U.S. Green Building Council-Los Angeles today announced a program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy and water consumption in low-income, multi-family properties, especially in the eastern San Fernando Valley. With the support of a Department of Water and Power grant program, the Green Affordable Housing Program will provide tenant education, project and reimbursement support …

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Yard Waste Collection Set to Soar, Jacksonville Leaders Talk Challenges – Action News Jax

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Your sidewalk is about to become a busy place. It’s the time of year to get out and get your hands dirty doing yard work and all that trash needs to be picked up. It also means waste haulers are staffing up to meet demand. The city says its contractors are in better shape and able to …

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Dumposaurus Dumpster Rental Service offers audits at their waste management department in Austin, TX

Austin, TX – Dumposaurus Dumpster Rental Service is a locally owned and operated company that offers reliable waste management services in Austin, TX. One of the activities carried out by the company that makes it reliable is its waste management audit, aimed at providing customers with the most appropriate solution to meet their needs and budget. This is followed by …

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Global Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market Outlook (2022-2028) by Players Kemira, BASF, Ecolab, Suez (GE) – Business Ethics

MarketsandResearch.biz provides Global Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market 2022 to 2028 an overview of the currently prevailing scenario as well as the future growth of the industry. It provides quantitative market research using data from annual reports, product literature, industry announcements, and other sources. In order to obtain relevant and important data on the industry, the files of the …

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Carlsbad Unified Says Water Contamination Problem Solved at Hope Elementary

Photo credit: Abhijit Tembhekar/Wiki Commons The Carlsbad Unified School District says repairs have been completed to purge contaminated drinking water at Hope Elementary School, which may have been present in the school’s water system for several months. In a statement on Monday, the district said that shortly after the school reopened in the fall, there were “sporadic reports” of water …

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Cascading climate calamities target West water, legal system

A Desire United Nations climate change report confirms what water advocates in the West have known for a long time – that drought was becoming the norm in the region and adaptation is key. “Every time we see it written, it gets a little more real,” said William Caile, a consulting water attorney at Holland & Hart LLP in Denver, …

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Swift Navigation and Taoglas announce a partnership to bring

SAN FRANCISCO and DUBLIN, Ireland, March 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Quick navigationa San Francisco-based technology company redefining GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and Taoglas®, a leading provider of cutting-edge technologies for a smarter world, announced a strategic partnership to integrate Taoglas and Swift technologies to deliver pre-tested, low-risk, high-accuracy GNSS solutions to a wide customer base, including autonomous vehicles, …

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