Wastewater

Long: Holding wastewater treatment plants, the city responsible | By the people

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Settlement reached for daily wastewater that threatened Glenn County surface and groundwater

SACRAMENTO, California. – A settlement has been reached between JG Weststeyn Dairy in Glenn County and the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board. The $ 21,379 settlement addresses violations of daily wastewater discharges that threatened to contaminate nearby groundwater and surface water. The Central Valley Water Board prosecution team fined the dairy company for failing to meet reporting requirements …

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New finds show fragments of COVID-19 in Jupiter’s sewage system

Capture Sampling wastewater in a local sewer system is one way to study the spread of COVID-19. Updated results from a treatment center in Jupiter may shed light on the amount of virus present in the community. The Loxahatchee River Environmental Control District has partnered with the Biobot research lab to monitor COVID-19 in the region’s wastewater. As the pandemic …

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Powell River advisers hear the latest news on the wastewater treatment plant

Councilors for the Town of Powell River have received an overview of what is happening at the Consolidated Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is currently under construction at Townsite. At the finance committee meeting on August 26, the director of infrastructure services, Tor Birtig, said that since the last monthly report to the finance committee on July 22, there had been …

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COVID-19 viral load spike in wastewater, U of R researchers say

Breadcrumb Links Local News The peak viral load is similar, and possibly a little higher, to the levels detected in May 2021. Author of the article: Jennifer ackerman Dr Tzu-Chiao Chao and Dr Nicole Hansmeier in front of the Riddell Center at the University of Regina, December 4, 2020. Photo by Michael Bell Photography /Regina Chief Position Content of the …

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The plan for discharging treated wastewater to the land alarms farmers

PROVIDED Palmerston North’s Totara Rd wastewater treatment plant will need a major overhaul. Most of the wastewater from Palmerston North is most likely highly treated for discharge to the Manawatū River, with an increasing amount being diverted to land. Nature Calls’ preferred option is being considered by Palmerston North City Council on Wednesday. But farmers in the area between the …

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PA Environment Digest

On August 19, Kurt Klapkowski, director of DEP’s Office of Oil and Gas Program Planning and Management, told PA Grade Crude [Oil] The DEP Development Advisory Council seeks to develop the data to advocate the development of a program to allow on-road discharge of drilling wastewater across the state under the new conventional drilling regulations. This is a reversal of …

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Water and Wastewater Treatment Market Growth Opportunities, Future Trends, Impact of Covid-19, SWOT Analysis, Forecast 2021 to 2027 | Veolia, SUEZ, Xylem …

The latest research report on Global Water and wastewater treatment market was conducted in a variety of industries in various regions to provide a report containing data exceeding 100+ pages. The report offers a mix of qualitative and quantifiable information by focusing on aspects such as key market developments, industry and competitor challenges in the gap analysis, and new opportunities …

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Selectmen’s Yarmouth Council to hear the new wastewater treatment plan on Tuesday

The Yarmouth board tonight will hear details of the steps the city needs to take to move forward with building its own wastewater treatment plant without help from neighboring towns. City administrator Robert Whritenour said staff will brief council on the implications of the city’s return to the city’s original plan to build a wastewater treatment plant in Yarmouth, including …

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