Researchers and public health officials need to learn from each other about wastewater monitoring

Newswise – MILWAUKEE _ Because the virus that causes COVID-19 – SARS-CoV-2 – can be found in sewage, the concentration of the virus in sewage gives public health officials the ability to monitor a community whole at once, regardless of testing. But monitoring wastewater during a pandemic is complex, requiring technical expertise and rapid interpretation of sample results so that …

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Veolia’s sustainable development and energy efficiency projects in North America win the prize for the best project of the year awarded by the Environment + Energy leader | Business

BOSTON – (BUSINESS WIRE) – July 21, 2021– Veolia North America (VNA), a leading provider of environmental solutions in the United States, today announced that it is the recipient of two elite Top Project of the Year awards, presented annually by Environment + Energy Leader in recognition of outstanding contributions to the fields of energy and environmental management. Both projects …

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Biden backs ‘right to repair’ by expanding phone repair options: NPR

President Biden signed an executive order calling for new policies regarding device repair and manufacturer control over consumer choices. Ben Margot / AP hide caption toggle legend Ben Margot / AP President Biden signed an executive order calling for new policies regarding device repair and manufacturer control over consumer choices. Ben Margot / AP High technology has become ubiquitous in …

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Low budgets cited for poor waste disposal

A section of the Dandora landfill with a huge mountain of garbage in Nairobi on March 10, 2020.[Edward Kiplimo, Standard] Counties are still struggling to achieve effective waste management in their urban centers due to the inability to allocate sufficient funds for disposal initiatives. Lack of funds hampers the entire waste management cycle from collection, transportation and disposal, leading to …

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Citizen Suit / Clean Water Act: Notice of Intent for Environmental Integrity Project at Sue York County, Pennsylvania Food Processing Plant | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, PLLC

Download PDF The Environmental Integrity Project (“EIP”) sent a Notice of Intent to Prosecute (“NOI”) to Hanover Foods Corporation (“HFC”) on June 29, alleging violations of the Federal Food Quality Act. Pennsylvania Water and Clean Streams Act. The alleged violations relate to the HFC Food Processing Facility (“Facility”) located in York County, Pennsylvania. The facility is supposed to produce canned, …

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Personal care | MUSK | Charleston, South Carolina

Contents Additional self-care resources: introduction College life is a period during which individuals are mostly exposed to stress and lack of time, which hinders the adoption of healthy practices (1). Various studies using self-report measures consistently show that American medical students often pay insufficient attention to self-care (2). It is common for students to neglect their own health and personal …

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Column: Developing Countries Need Help Breaking Coal Dependence: Kemp

Smoke rises from the smokestacks of the Belchatow Power Station, Europe’s largest coal-fired power station, in this file photo from May 7, 2009. REUTERS / Peter Andrews LONDON, July 20 (Reuters) – Coal-fired power plants are proving difficult to shut down in developing economies because they are cheap and convenient, but keeping them in operation generates carbon dioxide at a …

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Pipe Coatings Market Worth $ 9.4 Billion By 2026

CHICAGO, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – According to New Market Research Report “Pipe Coatings Market by surface (internal and external), type (fusion bonded epoxy, thermoplastic, bituminous, concrete), end-use industry (oil and gas, water and wastewater, chemical processing, mining and agriculture) and region – Global Forecast for 2026 “, published by MarketsandMarkets ™, the market for pipe coatings is …

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MW drivers to help police by reporting suspicious activity | Business

Garbage truck drivers are on the road most of the time, and police take the opportunity to help them spot emergencies and unusual activity. In a unique partnership, as part of the Waste Watch program, 30 drivers from Waste Management of Arizona (WM) were recently trained to act as an extra pair of eyes and ears for police, Sheriff’s assistants, …

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Global markets and technologies for water recycling and

New York, July 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Markets and Technologies for Water Recycling and Reuse” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05027996/?utm_source=GNW – Membrane filtration technologies.– Membrane bioreactor technologies.– Chemical treatments and disinfection technologies.– Demineralization technologies. This report includes breakdowns by recycled water applications, which consist of – – Release into surface or underground water.– Municipal …

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For Virginie, climate action is a matter of faith

By Karen McElfish The past year has challenged Virginia in unpredictable ways. Our religious communities have been tested not by one, but by four converging crises: the COVID-19 pandemic, an economic recession, racial inequalities and the climate crisis. As the nation hoped and prayed for a better future, it is the wisdom and guidance of our faith, spirituality, and religious …

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Queensland recycling industry to receive $ 80 million boost

Queensland is set to expand its waste recycling infrastructure with a combined investment of $ 80 million that will transform and grow the state’s waste and recycling industries. The Australian and Queensland governments will each invest $ 20 million in the $ 40 million Recycling Modernization Fund (RMF). Queensland Industries will match this funding, delivering a total of $ 80 …

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Waste Management begs for forgiveness as garbage piles up in Attleboro

ATTLEBORO, MA (WLNE) – Residents of Attleboro have complained about a serious slowdown in garbage collection. Often, “trash day” now occurs a few days late. According to Waste Management, the city’s recycling and garbage collection company, they are experiencing serious staff shortages – primarily a lack of CDL licensed truck drivers. The situation has gotten so bad in Bristol County …

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Willmar Municipal Utilities Seeks to Increase Investments in Transportation; the water plant project is progressing

At the UMF committee meeting on July 12, the commissioners were informed not only of the major project that will take place at the Northeast Water Treatment Plant, but also of future investments in electric transport. that the utility provider wants to achieve in the short and long term. When receiving and delivering electricity through the power grid, Willmar pays …

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