Monthly Archives: September 2022

Florida farms are underwater and without power, delaying critical planting season

New York CNN Business — About 15% of Nick Wishnatzki’s 650-acre family strawberry farm was damaged by Hurricane Ian. His fields in Duette, Fla., are under water and the plastic used to protect fields carefully prepared for the planting season in November was torn away by Ian’s 100mph winds. This sent Wishnatzki scrambling to get back on track. “I think …

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Smart Pumps Market 2022 – Current Scenario on Growth Analysis with Key Industry Players

Smart Pumps Market 2022 Global Smart Pumps Market Size was valued at USD 1 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 2.1 Billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 7.3% from 2022 to 2031 PORTLAND, USA, Sept. 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Smart pumps incorporate advanced technologies to deliver advanced features, such as automatically variable speed and flow …

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Scientists develop rapid and highly sensitive method for detection of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater

Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) has proven to be an excellent way to understand the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in communities. It is now used in several parts of the world to track the prevalence of the virus, serving as a proxy for determining the status of COVID-19. It is particularly important that WBE can be used to estimate the prevalence of COVID-19, …

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UNHCR – Somalis abandon their homes in search of food, water and aid as drought worsens

First the rains failed, then Al-Shabab, an armed group that controls large swaths of south-central Somalia, began imposing heavy taxes on local farmers like Fathi Mohamed Ali. With the river dry, no food for the children and no money to pay the tax, the 35-year-old mother of seven fled her Lower Shabelle home where she and her husband had once …

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BACKGROUNDER: Biden administration continues to support Hurricane Fiona response efforts in Puerto Rico

President Biden remains focused on response and recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona. The President has made it clear that Puerto Rico officials, first responders and everyone affected by the storm have the full support of the federal government. He approved a pre-landing emergency declaration and immediately approved the Governor of Puerto Rico’s request for a major disaster …

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Interstate Waste Services acquires Cipollini Carting and Recycling

Teaneck, NJ – Interstate Waste Services, Inc. (“IWS”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Cipollini Carting and Recycling, Inc. based in Rockaway, NJ. Cipollini Carting and Recycling, Inc. (“Cipollini”), founded in 1989, is a non-hazardous solid waste collection and recycling provider serving residential and commercial customers in northern and central New Jersey. IWS is the largest vertically integrated private …

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DOH Fines $8.7 Million, Orders Navy to Perform Critical Repairs to Pearl Harbor Remediation Plan

September 27, 2022, 2:39 p.m. HST The Hawaii Department of Health has issued a notice of violation and an order to the United States Navy to address myriad deficiencies at the NAVFAC Hawaiʻi sewage treatment plant near Pearl Harbor. “Numerous operations and maintenance issues have resulted in repeated discharges of untreated or partially treated sewage into state waters,” DOH officials …

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Floods in Pakistan are due to climate change and political challenges

The floods that have hit Pakistan this year are the result of a climate crisis a century of preparation. Climate specialists predict that Pakistan will experience devastating floods more frequently, interspersed with periods of extreme heat and drought. While some studies suggest that this year’s floods are unique, experts say warning signs of increasingly intense monsoons have been repeatedly ignored. …

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City-run energy efficiency program generates $46 million in new investment for downtown projects

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined the Louisville Metro Office of Advanced Planning & Sustainability and members of the local development community to celebrate the recent conclusion of two agreements providing more than $9.1 million in loan funds efficiency ratings for downtown developments through the City’s Energy Project Assessment District. (EPAD). The two developments are Number Fifteen, a Kentucky-centric bar, dining …

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Cauliflower ice cream, give it a swirl

Mrinali Kumar thinks animal-free food tastes better. She linked this belief to another, trying to reduce food waste. This summer, its Kinda cauliflower ice cream, made from vegetables meant to be thrown away, will go on sale. Mrinali is a finalist in the Momentum Student Entrepreneur category of the KiwiNet Research Commercialization Awards. Photo: Mrinali Kumar She transforms cauliflowers that …

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Free bulk waste collection by Pikitup throughout the city is available to all residents

An example of bulk waste dumped on the roadway near the Fairland dump, now temporarily closed. This behavior has led to an increasing number of displaced people and scavengers hanging around the site in the hope of obtaining items residents no longer want. Pikitup provides a free bulky waste collection service to residents and discourages illegal dumping of unwanted goods. …

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Sewage suggested as next water source for Auckland

A diverse group of Aucklanders tasked with making recommendations for a new water source for the city have presented their findings, suggesting treating sewage. Also known as sewage, it is waste water from sinks, washing machines, showers, bathtubs and toilets. The advice will be taken seriously by Watercare, which has already said it should have a good reason not to …

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USD’s New Tribal Liaison Sees Opportunity to Defend ‘Kids Like Her’

Although Sahmie Wytewa just started her new Tribal Liaison job at the University of San Diego earlier this month, every day she intentionally reminds herself that she is here for the greater good of students and Indigenous communities. “I fully intend to honor who I am, where I come from in everything I do, and do the same for every …

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Farmers are jumping off the hemp bandwagon amid lack of profit and disappointing performance

Using hemp for industrial purposes — such as grain and fiber — is the next big thing since the passage of a farm bill legalizing production in 2018. Since then, a parallel market has sprung up alongside the cannabinoid industry. Unfettered optimism was high early on, sparking a moon planting in 2019. Four years later, seasoned farmers and venture capitalists …

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Amman produces 4,000 tons of solid waste per day — Ministry of Environment

AMMAN — About 10,000 tonnes of solid waste is generated every day at 20 landfills across the Kingdom, according to the Secretary General of the Ministry of Environment, Mohammad Khashashneh. On average, a person in Jordan produces between 0.9 and 1 kg of waste per day, with cities producing more waste than villages, Khashashneh noted. “The amount of waste produced …

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Illinois American Water Acquires City of Villa Grove Water and Wastewater Systems

VILLA GROVE, Illinois–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Illinois American Water, a subsidiary of American Water, today announced the acquisition of the City of Villa Grove Water and Wastewater Systems for $11 million. The newly acquired systems add approximately 1,489 water customers and 1,069 wastewater customers to the company’s Eastern Illinois service area. “Our team is excited to serve our new customers in Villa Grove …

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Zabaleta travels to Mexico City to celebrate the expansion of the Xylem Water Heroes Academy

Cityzens Giving and Official Water Technology Partner, Xylem, are thrilled to announce the expansion of the Xylem Water Heroes Academy, a global initiative in ten cities using the power of football to address local water challenges. water. Since its launch in 2021, Xylem Water Heroes Academy has engaged more than 75 young leaders and provided vital water education to more …

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City utilities adopt plan to ensure water service in case of disaster

San Antonio’s water system is taking a big step to harden its system against major power outages such as those seen during the February 2021 freeze, the utility and CPS Energy announced Wednesday in a rare meeting. joint of the board of directors. Following harsh winter storm conditions in Uri, which saw the city’s pipes freeze and limit residents’ access …

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Rising Demand for Water and Waste Management to Drive Geomembranes Market to 2025, MarketsandMarkets™ Reveals

“Browse through 101 Market Data Tables and 31 Figures spread over 135 Pages and In-Depth TOC on “Geomembranes Market” Geomembranes Market by Type (HDPE, LDPE & LLDPE, PVC, EPDM, PP, Others), Manufacturing Process (Extrusion, Calendering, Others), Application (Mining, Waste Management, Water Management, Civil Construction, others) and region The global geomembrane market The size is expected to grow from $2.1 billion …

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Do you want to house the nuclear waste of San Onofre? Here are a few million dollars! – Corporate Press

A $16 million carrot hangs in front of communities that may be willing to temporarily house US nuclear waste in their backyards, courtesy of the US Department of Energy. This money will go to six to eight — lucky? — Communities “wanting to learn more about consent-based siting, spent nuclear fuel management, and siting considerations for consolidated interim storage facilities”. …

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Mizkan, Glenmore Distillery invests millions in wastewater treatment | Community

To comply with state environmental regulations, the Regional Water Resources Agency is seeking to dramatically increase rates to fund a roughly $100 million project to upgrade its wastewater treatment facilities. Additionally, some of Owensboro’s major mills are being forced to make modifications to help relieve overworked RWRA mills. Two of RWRA’s largest industrial companies, food producer Mizkan and Glenmore Distillery, …

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Wolf Administration Applauds 10 Schools for Environmental Sustainability Efforts

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania — The Pennsylvania Departments of Education, Environmental Protection, Conservation and Natural Resources honored 10 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon (ED-GRS) schools across Pennsylvania in recognition of their efforts in environmental sustainability. “Pennsylvania’s Green Ribbon Schools demonstrate their commitment to promoting environmental awareness in classrooms and teaches students and communities how we are all responsible for protecting our …

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Fiona hits the Turks and Caicos Islands, Puerto Rico still stunned

San Juan, Puerto Rico – Hurricane Fiona blasted through the Turks and Caicos Islands on Tuesday as a Category 3 storm after devastating Puerto Rico, where most people were left without power or running water. Hurricane-like conditions are battering Grand Turk, the island’s capital of the small British territory, on Tuesday morning after the government imposed a curfew and urged …

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North America School Furniture Industry Size, Share, Latest Insights, Trends and Analysis 2022-2027

The North America school furniture market is expected to reach US$2.8 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 5.2% during the period 2022-2027. SHERIDAN, WY, USA, Sept. 19, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “North America School Furniture Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2022-2027”, the North America school furniture market size …

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WFHB Local News – September 19, 2022 – WFHB

Podcast: play in a new window | Download (Duration: 30:00 — 41.3MB) Subscribe: Here is the local news from the WFHB for Monday September 19, 2022. Later in the program, WFHB correspondent Zyro Roze speaks with Woodie Bessler and Anne Hedin of the Center for Sustainable Living about empowering local residents to “go solar.” More information in today’s features report. …

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Now that floodwaters have receded, Hooper Bay looks to recovery

Hooper Bay was one of the communities hardest hit by this weekend’s historic storm when a typhoon battered thousands of miles of Alaska’s west coast with high winds and flood waters. With many Hooper Bay households still without power on Sunday, the school was a hub for the community. On Friday, the school housed more than a hundred people. That …

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Gen Z cares about the environment and sustainability, preview their actions in Top 50 Solve for Tomorrow entries – Samsung Newsroom UK

GenZ has decided to be at the forefront of the environmental debate. Whether it’s climate change, global warming, waste management or marine pollution, young people not only want to get the world’s attention, but also take ownership and bring solutions to the most environmental emergencies. Here are some solutions from five of the top 50 teams who want to solve …

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CNA Correspondent: South Korea’s energy dilemma

Coal currently powers about 40% of South Korea’s electricity mix, according to S&P Global. The country plans to increase the contribution of nuclear power in its energy mix to at least 30% by 2030, as the government pushes for renewables and pledges to move away from fossil fuels. It comes as South Korea is moving away from an industry that …

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State Begins Drafting Solid Waste Management Policy

Sep 18, 2022 | 06:13 IST State Begins Drafting Solid Waste Management Policy Goa Waste Management Corporation has been commissioned to prepare a comprehensive policy Team Herald PANJIM: With emphasis on zero waste and zero landfill approach, the state government has initiated a process of developing a solid waste management policy for Goa. The Goa Waste Management Corporation (GWMC) has …

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Improvements are coming to the Arcata wastewater treatment plant – KIEM-TV

Arcata, Calif. (KIEM) – The California Coastal Commission has approved the City of Arcata’s proposed upgrades to their wastewater treatment facility. The current infrastructure dates from the 80s and needs major improvements. This will be one of the largest infrastructure projects the town of Arcata has undertaken in recent years and officials are confident it will greatly benefit the community. …

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California school organizations urge veto of latest bill to remove lead from school water

A State Act of 2017 led schools across California to have their faucets tested for lead as part of a program to reduce lead in school drinking water. A new bill that proposes to remove lead from schools and public buildings, pending Governor Gavin Newsom’s signature, is now facing opposition from school groups. Public employee unions and organizations representing school …

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Impact of Mosquito Fires: Severely Reduced Hydroelectric Power Generation

Full extent of damage awaits further assessment Auburn, CA – The Placer County Water Agency (PCWA) The Board received a full staff report on the progress of the Mosquito Fire and the status of the PCWAs Middle Fork American River Projectwhich is located in the footprint of the Mosquito Fire. “While damage to the project cannot be fully assessed at …

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ISRI Statement on Railway Strike Averted

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), the voice of the recycling industry™, after successfully advocating on behalf of the recycled materials industry, has released the following statement on the agreement to avoid a strike railway: “ISRI applauds the actions and negotiations that took place into the wee hours of the morning that averted a shutdown of the rail workforce …

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EfW in NSW – Where are we now?

Esther Hughes, Senior Environmental Planner, MRA Consulting Group, reviews EfW’s progress. An article on the MRA blog dated July 2014 is a summary of the Energy from Waste (EfW) symposium held the same year in Lorne, Victoria, which included a panel representing all states and territories except the Northern Territory and the act. The conversation is familiar to this decade …

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‘Devilfish’ could help treat waste water from ceramics

“Devilfish” catfish, also called suckermouths, originated in South America but have spread to four other continents. These freshwater invaders compete with native species and eat their eggs, even damaging fisheries. But in Scientific reportsMexican researchers have shown that the parasites can be useful in unexpected ways: when pulped, they can help filter waste water from the ceramics industry. The ceramic …

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Harvard graduate student union alleges Comaroff’s return to teaching breaches contract | New

Harvard’s graduate student union filed a grievance against the university last month, affirming Harvard failed to ensure “a safe and healthy working and educational environment”. The grievance denounced the return to teaching of Professor John L. Comaroff this fall. Comaroff was placed on unpaid leave in January following two academic investigations, which found he violated Harvard policies on sexual harassment …

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USC-LADWP deal harnesses solar power for university and neighbors

USC will offset 25% of its electricity consumption with solar energy and contribute to new solar programs that will expand opportunities for disadvantaged communities to access affordable clean energy – all under a new agreement with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. The 20-year agreement approved by the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday will help USC meet …

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Evolution of Waste Management – Mr. Bipin Bihari Sarangi, Director – Mediaid Marketing Services Private Limited.

BY – PRISITA DAS All human activities end up in garbage. We are all aware that this waste can be toxic and must be disposed of properly. Water, soil and air are polluted by industrial waste, sewage and agricultural waste. Humans and the environment may be at risk. Similarly, hospitals and other health facilities produce large amounts of waste that …

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No signs of monkeypox found in Portland Water District sewage

The Portland Water District did not detect the presence of monkeypox virus in sewage samples taken earlier this month, the district reported. The water district is participating in a new national effort to monitor sewage for monkeypox, influenza A and RSV, another respiratory virus. The water district has also been testing for COVID-19 since July 2020. The Water District’s East …

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Emergency preparedness a year-round priority at EGLE

September is National Preparedness Monthbut at the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE), emergency preparedness happens year-round. So far in 2022, EGLE has received 1,600 Pollution Emergency Alert System (PEAS) notifications. EGLE participated in five major events this year: Liberation of the St. Mary’s River Highly pathogenic avian influenza Flint River Liberation Release of the Huron River …

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Bonnie Ross, head of 343 Industries studio, quits after running Halo for 15 years

by William D’Angelo posted 5 hours ago / 1,173 Views 343 Industries founder and studio head Bonnie Ross has announced her departure from the studio as she focuses on a family medical issue. Ross worked in video game at Microsoft for over 28 years and led 343 Industries for 15 years. Studio veteran and head of production Pierre Hintze is …

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NCC Wins $95 Million Contract to Refurbish Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sweden

Newswires MT 2022 All the news from NCC AB (PUBL) Analyst Recommendations for NCC AB (PUBL) 2022 sales 54,007 million 5,084 million 5,084 million 2022 net income 1,280 million 120M 120M Net debt 2022 2,169 million 204M 204M PER 2022 ratio 8.27x 2022 return 7.43% Capitalization 10,546 million 993 …

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Sneh Milan of Mali Samaj in the presence of Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel

Sneh Milan of Mali Samaj in the presence of Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel For more than two decades, the BJP government has been giving the people of Gujarat a taste of the sweet fruits of good governance and development Basic facilities like roads, power, water, education and health have become ubiquitous in Gujarat This government is taking responsibility for …

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Viana do Castelo installs a system to save water and energy

The mayor of Viana do Castelo, Luís Nobre, announced an investment of 50,000 euros to install a system that will allow the municipality to save water and energy. It will be done “gradually” and will have “an immediate impact from the first year, in terms of savings of 200 thousand euros”, specified the mayor. “It is a new measure that …

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‘Scoping’ The New LANL Site-Wide Environmental Impact Statement – Los Alamos Reporter

BY JAY COGHLANExecutive DirectorNew Mexico Nuclear Surveillance “Scoping” means determining the issues that should be included in the public analyzes required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of major actions proposed by the federal government. Under the Department of Energy’s own NEPA Implementing Regulations, the DOE must prepare a new or supplemental Site-Wide Environmental Impact Statement (SWEIS) for its …

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Poliovirus detected in more sewage near New York: NPR

FILE – This 2014 illustration made available by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention depicts a polio virus particle. The polio virus has been found in New York’s sewage, another sign the disease, which hadn’t been seen in the United States for a decade, is quietly spreading among unvaccinated people, officials said. health officials on Friday, August 12, …

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Emergency aid to the Afghan people – Afghanistan

The World Bank Broader Approach (Approach 2.0) was approved by the World Bank Board of Directors on March 1, 2022, based on the decision of ARTF donors and the international community to support the Afghan people. The approach guides the delivery of over $1 billion of ARTF funds in the form of recipient-executed grants to select UN agencies and international …

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At Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, accident risk has increased: NPR

The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been cut off from the electricity grid since September 5. Nuclear power plants need electricity to cool their reactors. ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been cut off from the electricity grid since September 5. Nuclear power plants need electricity …

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Kearney is the first management consulting firm with objectives approved by SBTi

Global management consultancy Kearney today became the first management consultancy in the world to have its science-based short- and long-term emissions reduction targets endorsed by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi). SBTi is a collaboration between CDP, the UN Global Compact, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to drive ambitious climate action in …

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Experts see emerging markets for Bangalore’s wastewater

The market potential of treated wastewater across sectors was front and center as researchers and stakeholders discussed ways to improve wastewater treatment and reuse in Bengaluru, at a workshop in the city on Wednesday . The workshop, titled “Visions for Wastewater Reuse in Bengaluru and Beyond,” was organized by the Center for Social and Environmental Innovation (CSEI) of the Ashoka …

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Samsung launches new range of fully automatic Ecobubble™ top-loading washing machines that save up to 73% energy, up to 19% water and offer up to 20% maintenance in addition to fabrics

The new range also includes Hygiene Steam with integrated heater which provides up to 99.9% garment sanitization and is available in capacities from 10kg to 7kg. Priced at INR 19,000, the range will be available at Samsung’s official online store, Samsung Shop, Samsung retail stores, major consumer electronics stores and online platforms including Amazon and Flipkart. Samsung, India’s largest and …

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Michigan Recycling Raccoon Squad debuts at UM Football Stadium to help kick off 2022 season

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mike Nowlin, Gud Marketing, 989-450-0855 Furry Education Ambassadors will educate Wolverine fans on recycling dos and don’ts to support UM’s goal of diverting Big House waste from landfills Ann Arbour, Mich. – Acclaimed Michigan Raccoon Recycling Squad – award-winning national state star messengers Know it before you throw it away recycling education campaign – debuted at the …

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Sewage monitoring puts Chenango at high risk for COVID

Chenango County Health Department advises residents of increased levels of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) in sewage monitoring data over the past two weeks, resulting in increased risk rating County COVID. The last sewage sample was recorded on August 31. A health department statement says officials will continue to carefully monitor the trend of COVID-19, but it’s important for residents to know that …

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Cheese-making waste can be a game-changer for people with diabetes

Tuesday, September 6, 2022, 10:05 a.m.Press release: Ministry of Primary Industries A New Zealand-based company researching alternative uses for a cheese-making byproduct aims to develop it into a cure for people with type 2 diabetes. WheyTech Bionics NZ is partnering with the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) on a two-year project which aims to develop technology to process whey permeate …

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Budget workshop reveals proposed annual valuation of $321

Westchase Community Association Vice President Joaquin Arrillaga hosted about 15 voting members at the annual VM Budget Workshop on August 30. WCA President Shawn Yesner was unable to attend. Dale Sells, WCA Treasurer, opened the meeting with a brief overview of the workshop process. He explained that the budget is a spending plan for the coming year, which determines how …

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Discovery Park Beaches, Lighthouse to be closed for critical pipe replacement

Seattle’s Discovery Park North and South Beaches will close Wednesday and Thursday due to construction at the West Point processing plant. The West Point Lighthouse, beach side parking lot, nearby trails and road access to the area will also be closed as crews begin replacing a pipe that serves a critical purpose for the plant. The pipe, almost 30 years …

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University funding: Adapting teaching to production | The Guardian Nigeria News

We must allow Ian Morris to tell us why the Industrial Revolution took place in the British Isles rather than in France. The lesson we will learn from this will encourage us to free up our public universities for greater productivity. Over the past six months, our educational institutions have closed due to insufficient funding and crippling bureaucracy. During the …

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M&S risks controversy by ditching saucers for cups in its cafes

It’s not just any storm in a cup of tea! M&S risks controversy by ditching saucers for cups in its cafes M&S says it’s replacing two pieces of crockery with one to save water and energy He will replace traditional porcelain services with cups, but still plans to use teapots Regular visitor Ron Moore, 86, said the move could ‘cost …

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Registration opens for the Energy from Waste 2022 conference

London, United Kingdom, September 04, 2022 –(PR.com)– SAE Media Group is pleased to announce the return of its Energy from Waste conference, returning to London for its 15th year on December 5-6, 2022 . The Waste Conference will bring together international waste management operators, developers, bankers, private equity financiers, technology providers and industrial end users for two days of intensive …

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Groups Oppose NH’s Solid Waste Management Plan | New Hampshire

CONCORD – Working on Waste, a citizens’ initiative focused on safe alternatives to incinerators and landfills, has added its voice to groups who say the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services’ draft solid waste management plan is not aggressive enough to embrace change. “The 25% diversion target under Project DES is troublesome and reflects deference to a waste industry that …

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Down the drain, where?

NEWBERRY — Wastewater is water that leaves toilets, dishwashers, sinks and industrial businesses after being used, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The Town of Newberry uses the Bush River Wastewater Treatment Plant to treat water produced by the town and surrounding businesses. This plant started operations in 1981 and currently has five employees who oversee operations. …

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City of Oakland | How We Can Help Oakland Thrive

Download the Oak 311 app 311 is an easy-to-remember phone number, website, and mobile app that connects you to highly trained City of Oakland call center representatives ready to assist you with maintenance inquiries. routine and urgent infrastructure issues. Learn more here Subscribe to the Mayor’s weekly newsletter. Mayor’s Weekly Briefing Home Page Link to subscribe The Mayor’s Bulletin includes …

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Authorities recommend boiling water in areas around Lake Eufaula and Checotah State Park in rural eastern Oklahoma

The City of Checotah first notified customers of the water from the leak on Sunday. That same morning, McIntosh County Rural Water District No. 9 posted on Facebook that the district relied on water stored in its tower. The tower held 230,000 gallons of water Sunday, enough to last three days in the water district with careful preservation. “Please conserve …

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Kinderhook carves out $323 million tank and pump

Private equity firm Kinderhook Industries is sizing up Gulf Tanks Holdings, which does business as Tank and Pump, after acquiring the Baytown, Texas-based company from WillScot Mobile Mini Holdings for approximately $323 million. dollars. The transaction, which is subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approval, is expected to close in the third quarter, Kinderhook said. Tank and Pump provides …

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Ray’s Trash Service Acquired by Waste Management – Indianapolis Business Journal

Ray’s Trash Service, the largest family-owned recycling and waste collection company in central Indiana, has been acquired by Houston-based giant Waste Management Inc.. Waste Management confirmed on Thursday that it had acquired “key assets” from Ray’s and integrated them into its operation. “We look forward to the integration and value this acquisition will bring to expand and advance WM’s environmental …

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More and more children are repeating. Is it good for them?

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — As Braylon Price remembers, he struggled with just about everything the first full school year of the pandemic. With minimal guidance and frequent disruptions, he struggled to keep up with his homework and complete his assignments on time. It was so difficult that his parents asked him to repeat sixth grade – a decision they credit …

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Energy bills: Engineer shares cheapest way to boil water to save money – ‘surprised me’

Kettles and hobs are two of the most used appliances in the kitchen, used to prepare hot drinks and food. However, with rising energy costs, many are looking for ways to lower their bills. A TikTok user, who goes by the name @dinosaurdannyx, recently helped some Brits and did an experiment to find out how much energy and how much …

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