It’s time for New Orleans to pick up the trash

On Tuesday, September 14, after reading – once again – the city’s claim that at least two-thirds of New Orleans had at least one garbage collection tour since Hurricane Ida, we had decided to see if we could independently verify this claim. To our eyes and noses, two-thirds seemed exaggerated. We live in Upper Ninth Ward a few blocks away …

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Jožef Stefan Institute publishes results of study on drug residues in wastewater from educational institutions

STA, October 1, 2021 – A study by a group of researchers from the Jožef Stefan Institute (Institute “Jožef Stefan” – IJS) determined the drug content in wastewater samples from Slovenian educational institutions. The results showed that nicotine, alcohol and cannabis were the most common drugs, while residues of morphine, codeine and cocaine were also detected. Researchers from the Environmental …

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former Franciscan students honored for their achievements | News, Sports, Jobs

Warren Scott RECOGNIZED ALUMNI – Several Steubenville Franciscan University graduates were honored for their accomplishments at the school’s 32nd annual alumni banquet on Friday, which was part of its homecoming festivities this weekend . Present for the occasion, from left to right: Rebecca Rook, President of the Alumni Awards Committee; the Reverend Dave Pivonka, TOR, president of the university; and …

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Analysis and dynamics of the Japanese industrial wastewater management market during the period 2021-2026

Global and Japanese Industrial Wastewater Management Market Exploration Report offers in-depth information of major manufacturers and vendors who are working directly in the market at present, which have a large market area according to country and region and d ‘other aspects. Global and Japan Industrial Wastewater Management Showcase Study Report presents a top-to-bottom survey of the market based on key …

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EPA will monitor the management of electronic waste from institutions

Share it with more people! The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will begin a special exercise to monitor how businesses and businesses store and manage their electronic waste to ensure environmental safety. The decision is to ensure that electronic gadgets such as laptops, cell phones, air conditioners, refrigerators and microwaves are disposed of by the right people at the licensed facility. …

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South Haven officials applaud increased water safety measures | Local News

The South Haven Beach Safety Flag program on the North and South Beaches normally ends on September 15. This year, however, flags that warn swimmers of unsafe swimming conditions on Lake Michigan remained up until the last weekend in September. The nearly two-week extension of the program was part of an ongoing effort by the South Haven and City of …

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Conservation groups oppose Biden administration’s energy rental plans

Conservation groups protest the Biden administration’s plan to open nearly 750,000 acres of public land for oil and gas rentals / Rebecca Latson file The Biden administration’s decision to open nearly 750,000 acres of public land for oil and gas leasing has drawn criticism from conservation groups who say the move runs counter to past statements by President Biden on …

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Arizona Supreme Court authorizes wastewater consolidation

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona Supreme Court upheld utility regulators’ decision to allow consolidation of multiple communities into a single wastewater service district with tariff increases or decreases in different parts of the new district to make them uniform. The judge’s ruling on Friday said the rates approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission for the consolidated district do not violate a …

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Dos and don’ts – the lima news

I was among those who served property during the pandemic. As I stood in line at the Goodwill in Burien, Wash., I wondered which of my donations would sell and which could end up in the landfill, overwhelming the nonprofit. That’s what I wanted to know when I started working on this story. But Goodwill won’t tell you. Donations are …

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Healing foster children one wave at a time

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Almost half a million children currently live in foster care in the United States. Some of them are accommodated with host families, others in group homes. Many of these children suffered from neglect, physical, emotional and sexual abuse from their own mothers and fathers. The trauma they have experienced can affect them all their …

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Kingston wastewater treatment plant project is unlikely to harm the environment, says city engineer – Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, NY – A project to make mandatory upgrades to the city’s wastewater treatment plant on East Strand is not expected to have any significant environmental impact, the Kingston engineer said. City engineer John Schultheis told the Common Council’s Laws and Rules Committee in an online meeting on Wednesday, September 29 that the project is subject to the requirements of …

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Don’t overlook this side of the environmental investment equation

With so much talk about environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing, it’s easy to understand how some investors gloss over other concepts with environmental implications. The VanEck Vectors Environmental Services FNB (EVX) is an example of an exchange traded fund that’s in this boat, but it shouldn’t be. It’s not for lack of age as EVX turns 15 next week, …

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PepsiCo India and the Smile Foundation launch Waste No More – a special initiative on plastic waste management

PepsiCo India and the Smile Foundation launch Waste No More – a special initiative on plastic waste management The initiative aims to raise awareness in the student community about plastic waste management. Posted on October 02, 2021 | Author PTI The initiative aims to raise awareness in the student community about plastic waste management. Competitions across age groups organized to …

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