Wastewater

Urban wastewater coronavirus surveillance project launched in Cyprus

Cyprus launches coronavirus monitoring project in wastewater It is co-funded by the European Commission and follows its recommendation for a common approach to surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 and its variants in urban wastewater across the EU The Nireas International Water Research Center at the University of Cyprus and the Water Development Department (WDD) have agreed to establish a national urban wastewater …

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Untreated wastewater drains into the river at Meadowbrook golf course – Montreal

As golfers take to the Meadowbrook Golf Club in Montreal West, an unsightly river flows right next to the greens. Both untreated sewage and raw sewage fill the stream that winds through the course. The problem is due to the interconnection pipes in the neighboring cities of Montreal West and Côte Saint-Luc. Sewage from homes is supposed to be connected …

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Wastewater treatment using ecological and sustainable algae

Sep 17, 2021Commented by Megan Craig Human indiscipline and greed greatly affect the availability and quality of fresh water. Finding new approaches to sustainably preserve the freshwater supply has become a global priority. Using a new strain of algae, scientists have developed an environmentally friendly way to purify wastewater. Image credit: Shoolini University. The incredible potential of algae to remove …

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Nearly 440,000 gallons of sewage overflows in mobile waterways after heavy rains – WKRG News 5

MOBILE, Alabama (WKRG) – The Mobile Zone Water and Sewer System (MAWSS) reports that 439,445 gallons of sewage overflowed into Mobile’s waterways after heavy rains September 15-16. MAWSS has identified 24 locations where sewage overflowed. All overflows have ceased except on Airport Boulevard at the easement near Halls Mill Creek. Below are the locations, estimated quantities and receiving waters. Site …

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Valicor Environmental Services acquires EnviroSolids | National company

MONROE, Ohio – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sep 16, 2021– Valicor Environmental Services (“Valicor”), North America’s largest provider of non-hazardous wastewater treatment services, today announced the acquisition of EnviroSolids, LLC (“EnviroSolids”) and its affiliates. The addition of EnviroSolids, a leader in sustainable and non-hazardous waste and recycling services, completes Valicor’s leading network of responsible wastewater treatment facilities in the Midwest. Located …

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Water, wastewater projects top ICIP

The water and wastewater projects have driven Tucumcari’s Annual Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (PICI) for the years 2023 to 2027. The city commission approved the five-year plan at its regular meeting on Thursday. Topping the list, like last year, were repairs to the sewerage facilities on the east side of the city along historic Route 66. The city hopes to …

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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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