Erin shortlists contractors for two wastewater treatment plant contracts

ERIN – The council is proceeding here with a list of pre-qualified contractors for two phases of the city’s highly anticipated sewage treatment plant. On May 12, council received the report regarding the general contractor for the sewage pumping station, directing staff to proceed with a list of pre-qualified contractors, which includes: ASCO construction ltd. ; Bennett Mechanical Installations Ltd.; …

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Crypto Firm CoinFlip Opens Tampa ‘Experience Center’ at Sparkman Wharf

While it hasn’t exactly been a bullish month in the cryptocurrency society, at least one company is betting on the future of crypto in Tampa. Chicago-based CoinFlip on Thursday announced plans to open its second national office in Tampa, along with a “crypto experience center” focused on public education and cryptocurrency financial services. The expansion will bring 40 tech jobs …

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Octopus Kraken Awakens, Expands Beyond Energy into Water and Broadband

The energy trading platform Kraken ventures beyond the administration of energy accounts, today reaching other utilities such as telecommunications, water and broadband. Described as “cloud-native”, Kraken monitors and bills all the details for a contracted total of 25 million accounts in six countries around the world. As such, it aims to replicate the shovel sellers who notoriously profited more than …

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Global E-Waste Management Market Overview to 2031 –

Dublin, May 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “Global Electronic Waste Management Market 2021-2031 by Material Type, Source, Application and Region: Trend Forecast and Growth Opportunity” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global e-waste management market to reach $166,973.3 million by 2031, growing 12.5% ​​pa over 2021-2031, driven by rapidly expanding electronics consumption coupled with falling prices and …

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A city report alleges they made $23.4 million more profit than expected

The waste hauler that holds the garbage collection monopoly in San Francisco faces another set of pointed questions, as a new report from the city’s comptroller says the company “made net profits of $23.4 million more dollars” from its pricing agreement with the city. At Tuesday’s supervisory board meeting, supes will determine how to structure the new sanitation and streets …

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New Orleans: Now is the time to avoid the summer surge of COVID

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Now is the time to avoid a surge of COVID-19 like the one that overwhelmed area hospitals last summer, the head of the New Orleans health department said Tuesday. The number of cases is averaging 155 a day, five times higher than a month ago, and sewage testing shows rising coronavirus concentrations in residential and tourist …

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Terahertz absorption characteristics of an ammonium salt solution based on a self-sampling microfluidic chip

Effect of ion hydration on THz transmission characteristics of ammonium salt solution The spectral intensity of distilled water injected into the chip was much lower than that of the empty chip in this study, indicating that water absorbs the vast majority of THz waves, which is mainly due to hydrogen bonding between the water molecules; and the difference in spectral …

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Steps to overcoming the water, food and energy crisis highlighted

LAHORE: Experts at a workshop highlighted the need to overcome the water, energy and food crisis and explore how transforming ecosystems for equitable food, energy and water security in the Indus basin can be achieved. The workshop was organized by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) Pakistan. The title of the workshop was “NEXUS Gains for the Indus Basin: Realizing …

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How data analytics can reduce plastic waste in your supply chain

Nearly 70% of the waste that we regularly produce is recyclable, less than a quarter of it is actually reused. This creates an incredible need in the waste management industry, a need that can be met with strategies, effort and training, and innovative improvements. Many of these technological improvements are beginning to appear. The use of big data in the …

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Frank Bures: Role of COVID Wastewater Testing and Tracking | Lifestyles

Testing sewage for the genetic RNA material of the SARS-C0V-2 virus has not proven to be a waste of time. It has become another tool for tracking COVID surges/surges/swells in an area or community that uses a shared sewage and sewage disposal system. Through the National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS) launched in September 2020, the United States tracks trends of …

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The Start of the class of 2022 | News | Notre Dame News

Students wave Ukrainian flags in tribute to Archbishop Borys Gudsiak, speaker at the inauguration. (Photo by Peter Ringenberg/University of Notre Dame) The University of Notre Dame celebrated its 177th Launching Ceremony Sunday, May 15 at the Notre-Dame stadium. An audience of over 25,000 family members, friends, professors and graduates attended. President Rev. John I. Jenkins, CSCand Christine Maziar, Acting Provostwelcomes …

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The Observer’s view on the urgency of a windfall tax on energy giants | Observer Editorial

North Sea oil wells should be taxed more heavily, as should natural gas production. Energy companies are making record profits from the sale of hydrocarbons which lie in the deep waters around Britain and which should put the industry to shame as the people paying the highest price are the most poor in society. It should put them to shame …

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IMC Mayor Tame Phassang inspected during the construction of the solid waste management plant

ITANAGAR- Itanagar Municipal Corporation (IMC) Mayor, Tame Phassang along with Corportaros and IMC officials inspected the ongoing construction of the solid waste management plant on Saturday to review the progress of work at Karsingsa. During the inspection, the mayor ordered the engineers to complete the work on time. “The company is ready to install the SWM plant once construction of …

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🌱 Wastewater COVID Spike + NOPD Staffing Crisis Plans

Hello, New Orleans! Let’s kick off this Saturday with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: A few thunderstorms. High: 87 Low: 72. Here are the top stories in New Orleans today: New Orleans’ sewage collection figures show spike in potential COVID-19 infections in all parts of the city. The amount of …

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New study points to limited water circulation late in Mars’ history

A research team led by Lund University in Sweden has studied a meteorite from Mars using neutron and X-ray tomography. The technology, which will likely be used when NASA examines samples from the Red Planet in 2030, showed that the meteorite had limited exposure to water, thus making life unlikely at that exact time and place. In a cloud of …

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