Spain launches 5G smart meter for water

Image: Idrica Spanish water industry service provider Idrica is piloting the first 5G device for remote reading of water. The device, which was developed over the past year, is based exclusively on 5G technology and is intended for use in Internet of Things (IoT) scenarios with millions of devices connected in small areas. Features include improved energy efficiency, guaranteed service …

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Help improve vision in the world, one pair of glasses at a time

November 18, 2021 By Melody Borgman (E-mail), Director of Corrections and Kimberly Isham (E-mail), correctional industry specialist Department of Corrections An incarcerated individual inspects a donated pair of glasses. Correctional Industries (CI) is partnering with Lions Clubs International to help the Northwest Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center (NWLERC) in Olympia, Washington. (Photo taken by DOC employee) Correctional Industries (CI) is partnering …

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Tunisia becomes violent over landfills

IIT WAS HARD to distinguish smells. For months, the town of Agareb, near the Tunisian coast, reeked of garbage from an overflowing landfill. In September, authorities closed the site, which residents considered a danger to public health. But this month, after garbage piled up on the streets, it was reopened. Protesters cried foul and clashed with security forces on November …

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NT Prepares For Spread Of COVID, Wastewater Test Results Despite No New Cases

Although no new cases of COVID have been recorded overnight, health workers and service providers are still bracing for the worsening of the Northern Territory’s most serious outbreak. Key points: The first results of wastewater testing for Alice Springs, Borroloola and Tennant Creek are expected today or tomorrow Indigenous immunization statistics for the Barkly region show only 27% are double-dose …

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Seattle Seahawks Honor Matt Mickunas As Delta Community Captain

The first time Washington resident Matt Mickunas donned a uniform was as a young boy scout 34 years ago. From there he quickly rose through the ranks of Eagle Scout to Sea Scout, then a student at the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps before signing his first enlistment contract at the age of 17. After serving for 24 years, …

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Water Based Pigments Market Outlook, Opportunity and Demand Analysis, Forecast 2021 – Energy Siren

A recent report published by ResearchMoz offers an overview of the water-based pigments market from a global and local perspective. The global water-based pigments market is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of over xx% between xx and xx, described as the forecast period. This report emphasizes key aspects such as growth drivers, restraints, challenges and future opportunities for …

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The fat and cheese study that proved the recyclability of pizza boxes

This article is sponsored by WestRock In the United States, an estimated 3 billion pizzas delivered in corrugated pizza boxes are consumed each year. Considering the average weight and size of a standard box, that’s about 600,000 tonnes of corrugated cardboard in circulation each year that we would ideally like to recover. And while these boxes should be recyclable, only …

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Suspension lifted for Blackhorn Environmental LLC in Orange Grove

ORANGE GROVE – Blackhorn Environmental Services has been released from a license suspended by the Texas Railroad Commission (RRC) and the waste disposal facility will also not be subject to fines or penalties related to a series of ‘offenses. Blackhorn Environmental Services LLC is located on 232 acres off County Road 308 and is a disposal facility that serves the …

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Phoenixville secures $ 250,000 for innovative wastewater treatment – Daily Local

PHOENIXVILLE – United States Representative Chrissy Houlahan, D-6th, of Easttown, and the Borough of Phoenixville announced this week that the SoMax BioEnergy / Borough of Phoenixville wastewater treatment project has received the Wastewater Recovery Award. water resources of the United States Department of Energy (DOE), which is administered by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). With only two finalists nationwide, …

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Three honored by county commissioners for their efforts at work

Longtime County Freeway Employee Jeff Grogan receives a golden shovel signed by his colleagues in honor of his retirement after 42 years in Porter County. AMY LAVALLEY / photo As Commissioner Laura Blaney, D-South said at the Porter County Commissioners Council meeting on November 2, “It’s good to start the meeting this way. “ “This way” was the public recognition …

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Water Ski Bindings Market Size, Growth (2021-2028)

New Jersey, United States, – The recent report on “2021 Water Ski Bindings Market Report by Key Players, Types, Applications, Forecast to 2028 » offered by Verified Market Research®, includes a comprehensive survey of geographic landscape, industry size as well as estimated company revenue. Furthermore, the report also highlights the challenges hampering the market growth and expansion strategies employed by …

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Renewable methanol market by the main players (Biomcn, Carbon Recycling international, Enerkem, Varmlandsmethanol); Based on the global spread of COVID-19 in 2020

Global Renewable Methanol Market: Forecast to 2025, Industry Analysis, Dominant Segment Analysis, Top 5 Industry Players and Competitive Landscape Market research store has published a new market study on the “Global Renewable Methanol Market”. The report offers micro-level analysis of the Renewable Methanol market and provides data till 2026. Research analysts have conducted months of primary and secondary research to …

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The waste management and recycling market is booming globally with Biffa Plc, Clean Harbors, Inc., Covanta Holding Corporation – The Ballgamer

Waste management and recycling market Report is a professional and detailed report focused on key players, major collaborations, mergers and acquisitions during the forecast period. Additionally, this report presents the innovation trends and current upgrades in this industry. The report offers an update on COVID-19 on this industry by production, supply chain disruption, and many other facilities. Thus, it hampered …

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Menominee sewage sludge to be tested | New

MENOMINEE — The town of Menominee will begin monthly testing for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in January, but Mike Thorsen of Infrastructure Alternatives Inc. said he did not expect to find an excessive level of PFAS. Infrastructure Alternatives, based in Rockford, Michigan, is the Manager of Water and Wastewater Utilities for the Town of Menominee and tests water and wastewater …

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Lawmakers discuss challenges driving Maryland bus driver shortage

Faced with a nationwide shortage of school bus drivers, some Maryland county leaders and school district leaders are investing more money to raise driver wages. This content has been republished with permission from WTOP Information Partners at Maryland counts. Sign up for Maryland Matters Free Email Subscription today. Faced with a nationwide shortage of school bus drivers, some Maryland County …

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