Anaergia creates two new management positions to accelerate its growth in Europe

Appoints: Chief Commercial Officer, Europe; and Chief Growth Officer BURLINGTON, Ontario, May 13, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Anaergia Inc. (“Anaergia” or the “Company”) (TSX: ANRG) announces the promotion of two members of its management team to fill newly created leadership positions that will enable the Company to benefit from growth opportunities in Europe. Alessandro Massone has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer, Europe, and …

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Fuel Prices Impact Small Waste Management Districts in Northern Arkansas

BERRYVILLE, Ark. (KY3) – With fuel prices rising rapidly, the Carroll County Solid Waste District (CCSW) says it is significantly overspending its monthly fuel budget. In April, the waste management provider exceeded the monthly fuel budget by more than $10,000. CCSW is working with cities to implement a fuel surcharge based on monthly fuel spend. This would either become the …

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Governor Hochul Announces Over $62 Million Approved for Critical Sewage and Drinking Water System Upgrades

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that the Environmental Facilities Corporation has approved more than $62 million in funding for critical upgrades to wastewater and drinking water systems. The short-term financing packages, including previously announced grants, approved by the Council will provide the necessary capital for two municipalities and a public authority to undertake their water infrastructure construction projects, the total …

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Frontier Energy Ltd identifies several suitable water sources for hydrogen production, eliminating the need for a costly desalination plant

Frontier Energy Ltd (ASX:FHE) has eliminated major potential capital and operating costs for its green hydrogen project by identifying several suitable water sources near the Bristol Springs Solar (BSS) project, removing the need of an expensive desalination plant. Preliminary results from the company’s Green Hydrogen Study identified three suitable water sources with sufficient capacity to produce hydrogen by electrolysis – …

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Kate Webb, chair of the House Education Committee, will not stand for re-election

Rep. Kate Webb, D-Shelburne, chair of the House Education Committee, speaks with Rep. George Till, D-Jericho, at the Statehouse in Montpelier in 2019. File photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger Rep. Kate Webb, D-Shelburne, chair of the House Education Committee, said Wednesday she will not run for office this year. “It’s time,” Webb told VTDigger. “It was an incredible experience. I was …

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Launch of a new technology skills passport in Australia – OpenGov Asia

A new Technology Skills Passport has been developed by the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN). It will help equip workers with the skills they will need in the growing tech sector. This initiative is part of a $5 million election commitment recently announced by the Coalition. With this new technology skills passport, workers will be able to match their …

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Kauai landfill ‘enigma’ could quickly become a ‘public health hazard’

The long way back to square one In Kauai, landfills cannot be built in high rainfall areas because water and garbage do not mix. The water could potentially be contaminated with leachate, produced by contaminated fluid landfills, and could potentially leak if the leachate collection system fails. For this reason, landfills are prohibited in tsunami flood zones, 100-year flood zones …

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Rotten material to be removed from the damaged sewage treatment plant

CKC News Two trickling filters at Bromley sewage treatment plant in Christchurch were damaged by fire last year. Work to remove rotting material from Christchurch’s damaged sewage treatment plant to end a foul stench that has plagued the east of the city for months will begin this week. Two bacterial filters at the Bromley factory were destroyed by a large …

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High fiber diets associated with lower antibiotic resistance in gut bacteria

According to a study published by scientists from the Agricultural Research Service and their colleagues from mBio. Microbes that have resistance to various commonly used antibiotics such as tetracycline and aminoglycoside are a significant source of risk to people worldwide, with the widespread expectation that the problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – the term that refers to bacteria, viruses and …

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2022 Beach Cleaning Equipment Market Size Analysis by 2030

This study is one of the most detailed and accurate, focusing solely on the global beach cleaning equipment market. It throws light on significant factors affecting the growth of the global Beach Cleaning Equipment market on multiple fronts. Market players can use this report to gain a correct understanding of the competitive environment and the strategies adopted by leading players …

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GFL Environmental (NYSE:GFL) receives new price target of C$51.00 at TD Securities

GFL Environmental (NYSE: GFL – Get an Assessment) saw its price target lowered by equity analysts at TD Securities from C$55.00 to C$51.00 in a report on Monday, reports The Fly. Several other stock analysts have also recently released reports on the company. Zacks Investment Research upgraded GFL Environmental from a “Strong Buy” rating to a “Hold” rating in a …

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DeSantis should veto budget water turkeys

Governor Ron DeSantis received a record $112 billion budget from the 2022 Florida Legislature. Each legislative session, the state budget is the only bill the Legislature is required to pass and the bill the governor must sign each year to fund the state’s schools, law enforcement, transportation, health care, state agencies, and variety of other services to support the Floridians. …

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‘Eternal chemicals’ may have polluted 20 million acres of US cropland, study finds | SPFA

About 20 million acres of cropland in the United States may be contaminated by PFAS-contaminated sewage sludge that has been used as fertilizer, according to a new report. PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, are a class of approximately 9,000 compounds used to make products resistant to heat, water or stains. Known as “eternal chemicals” because they don’t break down …

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Deep Water: “Parallel to the Season”, by Sharif S. Elmusa

In this week’s poem, “Parallel to the Season” by Sharif Elmusa, we find a hymn to spring and the way it rhythms our steps and our perceptions. I love this poem’s imaginative and whimsical eye for the cast of spring, and how it conveys the energy and even weirdness of this time of transition. Elmusa is a scholar, poet, and …

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Separate the waste or prepare to pay a Rs 100 fine in Chennai – The New Indian Express

By Express press service CHENNAI: Residents of the city will soon have to pay a fine of Rs 100 for failing to segregate domestic waste as the company decided to implement the provision under the Solid Waste Management Regulations, 2019. This decision is being considered to improve source segregation, an important step in reducing waste sent to landfills. According to …

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