‘Scoping’ The New LANL Site-Wide Environmental Impact Statement – Los Alamos Reporter

BY JAY COGHLANExecutive DirectorNew Mexico Nuclear Surveillance “Scoping” means determining the issues that should be included in the public analyzes required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of major actions proposed by the federal government. Under the Department of Energy’s own NEPA Implementing Regulations, the DOE must prepare a new or supplemental Site-Wide Environmental Impact Statement (SWEIS) for its …

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Poliovirus detected in more sewage near New York: NPR

FILE – This 2014 illustration made available by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention depicts a polio virus particle. The polio virus has been found in New York’s sewage, another sign the disease, which hadn’t been seen in the United States for a decade, is quietly spreading among unvaccinated people, officials said. health officials on Friday, August 12, …

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Emergency aid to the Afghan people – Afghanistan

The World Bank Broader Approach (Approach 2.0) was approved by the World Bank Board of Directors on March 1, 2022, based on the decision of ARTF donors and the international community to support the Afghan people. The approach guides the delivery of over $1 billion of ARTF funds in the form of recipient-executed grants to select UN agencies and international …

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At Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, accident risk has increased: NPR

The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been cut off from the electricity grid since September 5. Nuclear power plants need electricity to cool their reactors. ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been cut off from the electricity grid since September 5. Nuclear power plants need electricity …

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Kearney is the first management consulting firm with objectives approved by SBTi

Global management consultancy Kearney today became the first management consultancy in the world to have its science-based short- and long-term emissions reduction targets endorsed by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi). SBTi is a collaboration between CDP, the UN Global Compact, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to drive ambitious climate action in …

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Experts see emerging markets for Bangalore’s wastewater

The market potential of treated wastewater across sectors was front and center as researchers and stakeholders discussed ways to improve wastewater treatment and reuse in Bengaluru, at a workshop in the city on Wednesday . The workshop, titled “Visions for Wastewater Reuse in Bengaluru and Beyond,” was organized by the Center for Social and Environmental Innovation (CSEI) of the Ashoka …

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Samsung launches new range of fully automatic Ecobubble™ top-loading washing machines that save up to 73% energy, up to 19% water and offer up to 20% maintenance in addition to fabrics

The new range also includes Hygiene Steam with integrated heater which provides up to 99.9% garment sanitization and is available in capacities from 10kg to 7kg. Priced at INR 19,000, the range will be available at Samsung’s official online store, Samsung Shop, Samsung retail stores, major consumer electronics stores and online platforms including Amazon and Flipkart. Samsung, India’s largest and …

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Michigan Recycling Raccoon Squad debuts at UM Football Stadium to help kick off 2022 season

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mike Nowlin, Gud Marketing, 989-450-0855 Furry Education Ambassadors will educate Wolverine fans on recycling dos and don’ts to support UM’s goal of diverting Big House waste from landfills Ann Arbour, Mich. – Acclaimed Michigan Raccoon Recycling Squad – award-winning national state star messengers Know it before you throw it away recycling education campaign – debuted at the …

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Sewage monitoring puts Chenango at high risk for COVID

Chenango County Health Department advises residents of increased levels of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) in sewage monitoring data over the past two weeks, resulting in increased risk rating County COVID. The last sewage sample was recorded on August 31. A health department statement says officials will continue to carefully monitor the trend of COVID-19, but it’s important for residents to know that …

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Cheese-making waste can be a game-changer for people with diabetes

Tuesday, September 6, 2022, 10:05 a.m.Press release: Ministry of Primary Industries A New Zealand-based company researching alternative uses for a cheese-making byproduct aims to develop it into a cure for people with type 2 diabetes. WheyTech Bionics NZ is partnering with the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) on a two-year project which aims to develop technology to process whey permeate …

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Budget workshop reveals proposed annual valuation of $321

Westchase Community Association Vice President Joaquin Arrillaga hosted about 15 voting members at the annual VM Budget Workshop on August 30. WCA President Shawn Yesner was unable to attend. Dale Sells, WCA Treasurer, opened the meeting with a brief overview of the workshop process. He explained that the budget is a spending plan for the coming year, which determines how …

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Discovery Park Beaches, Lighthouse to be closed for critical pipe replacement

Seattle’s Discovery Park North and South Beaches will close Wednesday and Thursday due to construction at the West Point processing plant. The West Point Lighthouse, beach side parking lot, nearby trails and road access to the area will also be closed as crews begin replacing a pipe that serves a critical purpose for the plant. The pipe, almost 30 years …

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University funding: Adapting teaching to production | The Guardian Nigeria News

We must allow Ian Morris to tell us why the Industrial Revolution took place in the British Isles rather than in France. The lesson we will learn from this will encourage us to free up our public universities for greater productivity. Over the past six months, our educational institutions have closed due to insufficient funding and crippling bureaucracy. During the …

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M&S risks controversy by ditching saucers for cups in its cafes

It’s not just any storm in a cup of tea! M&S risks controversy by ditching saucers for cups in its cafes M&S says it’s replacing two pieces of crockery with one to save water and energy He will replace traditional porcelain services with cups, but still plans to use teapots Regular visitor Ron Moore, 86, said the move could ‘cost …

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Registration opens for the Energy from Waste 2022 conference

London, United Kingdom, September 04, 2022 –(PR.com)– SAE Media Group is pleased to announce the return of its Energy from Waste conference, returning to London for its 15th year on December 5-6, 2022 . The Waste Conference will bring together international waste management operators, developers, bankers, private equity financiers, technology providers and industrial end users for two days of intensive …

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