The geopolitics of water and electricity in Nepal

In March, the Deuba-led government decided to revoke the license issued to the China Gezhouba Group Company (CGGC) to develop the gigantic $2.5 billion Budi Gandaki hydropower project and build the 263m high dam. to generate 1,200 MW on its own. Budi Gandaki has been the victim of a geopolitical ping-pong for five years. In 2017, the government of Maoist …

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Wet scrubber towers for air pollution control

Introduction The wet scrubbing tower also called spray tower, purification tower, spray column. It is a new type of industrial waste gas processing and treatment equipment. The principle is that the spray liquid and the exhaust gas contact at the same time using the packing layer to change …

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The problem of the month of July without plastic

The problems we face will not be solved by giving up plastic straws. Yes, every little action makes a difference; but these actions must be one piece of a bigger puzzle in which every council, government, business and community is building towards better overall waste management. Every year, people from all over the world take part in July without plastic …

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Global Biological Wastewater Treatment Industry Expected to Reach $19.4 Billion by 2027 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Biological Wastewater Treatment Market Research Report by Process (Aerobic & Anaerobic), End-Use Industry, Region (Americas, Asia Pacific & Europe, Middle East & Africa) – Global Forecast through 2027 – Cumulative impact of COVID -19” report added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global Biological Wastewater Treatment Market size was estimated at USD 9,281.22 Million in 2021 and is projected …

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New hardware offers faster computation for artificial intelligence, with much less energy | MIT News

As scientists push the boundaries of machine learning, the amount of time, energy and money needed to train increasingly complex neural network models is skyrocketing. A new area of ​​artificial intelligence called analog deep learning promises faster computation with a fraction of the power consumption. Programmable resistors are the key elements of analog deep learning, just as transistors are the …

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Global Garbage Truck Bodies Market Size by Trends, Segmentation, Major Key Players, Growth and Forecast to 2022-2028

According to the latest research from SkyQuest Technology, the whole world Garbage Truck Body Market The size was estimated at USD 4.15 billion in 2021 and is expected to expand at a construction annual development rate (CAGR) of 4.05% from 2022 to 2028. Globally, more and more construction projects are being undertaken due to increasing demand for housing, expanding infrastructure, …

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FEAD highlights recycling and WTE’s role in the energy market

According to the European Waste Management Association (FEAD), based in Brussels, a recent promise by the European Commission (EC) to reduce the demand for natural gas by 15% is a reminder that “the waste management sector has not (yet) reached its full capacity of energy production and saving.” Linking its statements to the recent EC REPowerEU plan, FEAD says: “The …

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West Virginia American Water signs agreement to buy Jefferson Utilities for $30 million

CHARLESTON, WV–(BUSINESS WIRE)–West Virginia American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK), today announced that it has signed an agreement with Jefferson Utilities to purchase the water and wastewater system assets of Jefferson Utilities, Inc., Valley Water and Sewer Services, Shenandoah Junction Public Sewer, and East Jefferson Sewer Services for $30 million. The combined systems serve 3,978 customer connections …

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Can processing help Indonesian catfish farmers expand their market?

Haji Usman (L) and Fuad Arffan (R) Haji Usman and Fuad Arffan operate CV Vatra Mandiri, a catfish farming and processing company © CV Vatra Mandiri Farmed catfish traditionally has a unique market in Indonesia, where it is mainly sold as street food, called “warung pecel lele”, with lower-middle-income buyers as the main consumers. Although there is no official standard …

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Anaergia brings its resource recovery solutions to a visionary new wastewater treatment plant in California

BURLINGTON, ON & HIGHLAND, CA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Anaergia Inc. (“Anaergia” or the “Company”) (TSX: ANRG) today announced that its solutions that turn waste into renewable energy are now integrated into a new wastewater treatment plant at the state-of-the-art technology in Highland, California. The new facility, owned and operated by East Valley Water District and known as the Sterling Natural Resources Center (SNRC), …

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Back to black? Germany’s coal-fired power plan hits snags

An aerial view shows coal at a dry bulk terminal at the German port of Rheinberg-Orsoy along Europe’s most important shipping route, the Rhine, in Rheinberg, near Duisburg, Germany, April 6, 2022 Photo taken with a drone. REUTERS/Stephane Nitschke Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Germany aims to cover 1% to 2% of gas consumption via coal …

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Rainfall causes continuous overflow of sanitary sewers into Lake Manistee reported on Sunday

MANISTEE — Rick Mohr, assistant manager of the Manistee Public Works Department, shared an initial report of a sanitary sewer overflow via email Sunday afternoon. Manistee had a sanitary sewer overflow that began at 4:30 a.m. Sunday, the email said. Mohr noted that the overflow was due to heavy rain. A final report should be submitted once the overflow has …

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Racers navigate the North River for the 2022 Great River Race

NORWELL – Any passerby crossing Bridge Street on Sunday morning saw more than the gentle curve of the North River and the occasional boat on the water. Kayaks, canoes and paddleboards swarmed the landing as 155 runners prepared to set off for the 32nd annual Great River Run, organized by the North and South Rivers Watershed Association. With spectators cheering …

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WMO publishes report on the state of the climate in Latin America and the Caribbean – World

Press release number: 22072022 Mega-drought, melting glaciers, extreme rainfall and deforestation have major impacts Cartagena/Geneva, 22 July 2022 (WMO) – The effects of extreme weather events and climate change, including mega-drought, extreme rainfall, land and sea heat waves and melting glaciers, are affecting America Latin and the Caribbean region, from the Amazon to the Andes and from Pacific and Atlantic …

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MidAmerican doesn’t need to study small nuclear reactors

Dr. Maureen McCue and Dr. MV Ramana Dr. Maureen McCue recently retired from the University of Iowa. She is a primary care physician and has also taught and traveled as a professor of global health and human rights for many years. MV Ramana is the Simons Chair in Disarmament, Global and Human Security and Professor in the School of Public …

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