Carlsbad proposes increase in water tariff, cites rising costs

CARLSBAD – Carlsbad City Council approved a proposed three-year water tariff increase at its November 3 meeting. The city, which operates the Carlsbad Municipal Water District (CMWD) and manages water, wastewater and recycled water, will hold a public hearing on January 11, 2022, before voting on final approval. The water utility, one of three serving residents of Carlsbad, must give …

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STEM Connection uses curiosity in nature to make young scientists

On a gray and rainy fall day, fourth-grade students at Eastbrook Elementary School explore Moore Road Farm, located in the northwest side of Indianapolis. Discovery comes to life at STEM Connection, which sprang up on the 30-acre outdoor learning site in the summer of 2014 with a tent and port-a-potty and has reached 5,000 children a year, when there is …

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How whiskey waste can replace fossil fuels on the road to net zero

As Glasgow welcomes world leaders to the UN climate summit, COP26, the founder of a Scottish biotech company calls for action, not goals. Professor Martin Tangney’s company, Celtic Renewables, turns whiskey-making waste into the type of everyday chemicals that are normally made in oil refineries, without drilling for fossil fuels. This includes a new gasoline alternative that directly replaces the …

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Orange County urges residents to reduce, reuse and recycle

SANTA ANA, California – OC Waste & Recycling (OCWR) invites the community to make a commitment to make reduction, reuse and recycling part of their daily routine. From November 1 through November 15, America Recycles Day (ARD), the county will be promoting fun online activities, recycling tips, educational activities and a social media contest for have the chance to win …

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Video shows sperm whale spotted off the coast of Orange County

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif .– A boat tour company has shared video and photos of a recently spotted sperm whale off the coast of Orange County. Jessica Roame, education programs manager at Newport Coastal Adventure, said it’s not something they see often when they visit Newport Beach. A company captain said the Oct. 27 sighting 14 miles west of Newport Beach …

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Visit this living building in Centerville, Indiana

To exploreEmbrace the Adventure: Season tickets on sale for National Geographic Live! Series Legend The “living building” of the Cope Environmental Center in Centerville, Indiana. CONTRIBUTED. Credit: Picasa Credit: Picasa To achieve full certification as a living building under the Living Building Challenge, the Environmental Education Center has met strict criteria in seven focus areas, called petals. According to the …

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SRM Council to Consider Guidance Resolution on Mobile Supplier Wastewater

ROCK SPRINGS – Rock Springs City Council is considering a resolution supporting the creation of a mobile supplier sector monitoring policy, which will be used to provide advice on wastewater disposal to suppliers. The council will meet in regular session on Tuesday, November 2, at 7 p.m. at City Hall. During the meeting, the Council will consider a resolution outlining …

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Sloop Clearwater to undergo major repairs in Kingston – Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, NY – The Hudson River Sloop Clearwater is gearing up for a major overhaul this winter, including lifting its mainmast to inspect and restore the part of the boat’s spine it sits on, according to the organization. Over the next month, Clearwater will be hauled out of the water in Albany, placed on a barge and brought to Clearwater …

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Air Water Heater Market Size Growth, Share, Merger, Key Companies, CAGR Status by 2027

New Jersey, United States, – A recently released report titled “(Air Energy Water Heater Market)” by Market Research Intellect highlights industry dynamics and current and future trends that play a key role in determining business expansion. The report also highlights the key drivers and constraints impacting growth. For a comprehensive understanding, professionals reviewed the regulatory scenario, market entry strategies, industry …

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Demand Drivers and Predictable Growth Drivers Expected to Grow in Forecast Period 2027 – The Host

“Research article on the Global ‘Smart Waste Management Solutions’ Market based on validated methodologies and assumptions constructing high quality and well-documented research analysis aims to provide a holistic view of the global ‘Smart Waste Management Solutions’ market waste ”targeting customers of industry participants, stakeholders, investors and other intermediaries across the industry workflow. The study effectively concludes the key findings associated …

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Kochi Corporation to Install Cameras to Identify Illegal Garbage Dumps

The Kochi Corporation will soon decide on the locations where surveillance cameras will be installed to spot illegal waste dumps. The project will be implemented in Build-Operate-Transfer (BOP) mode, where the contracting company will install cameras at its own expense. It will be allowed to display advertisements on the poles on which the cameras will be mounted. The civic body …

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Clark locators alarmed by possible closure of sewage treatment plant

Clark Freeport INVESTORS have expressed concern over the possible closure of the Clark Water Corporation (CWC) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). This, after the Office of Environmental Management (EMB) warned the Clark Water Corporation (CWC) that its Temporary Release Permit (TDP) may not be renewed when it expires on October 30, 2021. EMB-Central Luzon Director Wilson Trajeco said in his letter …

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