Researchers find trade-off between water quality

image: University of Illinois researchers including Giovani Preza-Fontes (pictured) assessed the nitrous oxide emission potential of agricultural practices designed to minimize nitrogen inputs to waterways . see Following Credit: University of Illinois URBANA, Ill. — With water quality guidelines requiring more farmers to act on nitrogen loss, cover crops and split nitrogen applications are becoming more common in the Midwest. …

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US utilities join environment agency in Supreme Court climate case

WASHINGTON, Jan 27 (Reuters) – U.S. utility industry lobby groups have asked the Supreme Court to preserve the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate greenhouse gases, arguing that failure to do so could open the door to lawsuits against electricity and water providers and increase costs for consumers. Next month, the Supreme Court will hear a bid from states, including …

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15 innovations that are bringing nature back to our cities

As cities grow faster than at any time in history, their ecological footprint also increases UpLink’s BiodiverCities Challenge called for innovative solutions for cities to become net zero and nature positive 15 Top Innovators have now been announced and will receive support to scale their impact We live in an urban era, by 2050 cities will host nearly 70% of …

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TOMRA Recycling Adds Eric C. Olsson to Head of Plastics Segment

Sensor-based sorting specialist, TOMRA Recycling, announces the expansion of its North American customer support network by adding Eric C. Olsson as Regional Segment Manager – Plastics. This newly created position will be dedicated to strengthening the plastics business by providing in-depth sorting expertise to customers with a focus on recycling plastic flakes. Offering experience producing virgin polymers, Olsson will lead …

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COVID-19 wastewater monitoring program begins in Maine

AUGUSTA, Maine (WABI) – The program to monitor COVID 19 levels in communities by testing sewage is now operational and expanding. Maine CDC Director Dr. Nirav Shah reports that sampling has already begun in Rockland and Boothbay. Bethel, Bath, Wilton, Yarmouth and Guilford-Sangerville will start in the coming days, with the first figures being reported as early as next week. …

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Climate change threatens Winter Olympics and future snow sports – research

Genting Snow Park, a competition venue for snowboarding and freestyle skiing during the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, is seen in Beijing, China January 15, 2022. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BEIJING, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Climate change threatens the Winter Olympics and the future of snow sports by making conditions far more dangerous for …

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Clean Harbors, US Waste Industries, BWS, TRADEBE, ERG Environmental Se – The Oxford Spokesperson

The report, titled Global Chemical laboratory packaging Industry 2021 is a methodical research study based on the Chemical Laboratory Packaging market analyzing the competitive landscape of the industry worldwide. With the help of effective analytical tools such as SWOT analysis and Porter’s five forces analysis, the report provides a comprehensive assessment of the Chemical Laboratory Packaging market. Our analyst has …

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Kochi will likely have modern vehicles for waste management

A fleet of electric autorickshaws, dump autorickshaws and road rollers are expected to hit Kochi’s roads in a few months, putting a sophisticated spin on the waste management process in the city. Kochi Municipal Authorities have submitted wish list of vehicles to Cochin Smart Mission Limited to increase waste collection and transportation from city roads to Brahmapuram Waste Management Center. …

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The engineering of the Phippsberg wastewater treatment plants, Milner will cost $125,000; repairs will be much more

The Milner Wastewater Treatment Plant, pictured in this newspaper file photo, is one of two lagoon-style plants in Routt County that need upgrading.John F. Russell / Steamboat Pilot and Today’s Archives Engineering work to further assess needed upgrades to the Milner and Phippsburg wastewater treatment plants will cost at least $125,000, though where the money will come from has yet …

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Aldar partners with Ewec to power its assets with clean energy for up to five years

Aldar, the largest publicly listed real estate company in the United Arab Emirates, has signed an agreement with Emirates Water and Electricity Company (Ewec) to power all of its owned and managed assets with clean energy sources for up to five years, in as part of efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. Clean power will be supplied to Aldar’s assets …

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Construction Waste Management Market Trends, Growth Outlook, Competitive Analysis and Forecast 2028 – The Oxford Spokesperson

GET A SAMPLE REPORTBUY THE FULL REPORT Global construction waste management market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. …

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Residents roundtable helps Wellington solve sewage problem

Annie Lindgren North Forty News First it was water, now it’s sewage, as the City of Wellington prepares to make another important decision that will impact anyone with sewer needs in the Wellington region. The Wellington City Council decided to do things differently. They used a roundtable committee of residents to kick-start the solution-focused conversations. Members included volunteers from the …

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BioPark Aquarium Celebrates Sea Turtle Awareness Day, 25th Anniversary

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – The Albuquerque BioPark hosted its Sea Turtle Awareness Day in conjunction with the BioPark Aquarium and Botanical Garden celebrating their 25th anniversary. On Saturday there were a number of educational events focused on educating the public on how they can protect endangered species. ABQ BioPark Education Facilitator Fred Whiteman-Jennings said the aquarium includes two sea turtles, …

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Duke Energy crews restore power to 10,000 customers after winter storm in North Carolina, South Carolina | duke energy

Most outages occurred in coastal areas. The company plans to restore power to all customers today. CHARLOTTE, NC – Duke Energy plans to restore power today to the 10,000 customers, mostly in coastal areas, who lost power due to last night’s winter storm in North Carolina and Caroline from the south. “Our crews are working hard to safely restore power …

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Value investing is back in fashion! 3 reasons that suit most investors

Since the financial crisis, growth stocks have dominated value stocks and produced the bulk of market gains. The seven largest companies in the S&P500 are all the big tech companies like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), while the top 10 constituents of the S&P 500 contributed about half of the S&P 500’s total gain in 2021. A growth-led stock …

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