Coastal urban centers around the world are urgently looking for new, sustainable water sources as their local supplies become less reliable. In the U.S., the issue is especially pressing in California, which is coping with a record-setting, multidecadal drought.
California Gov. Gavin New
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Raw sewage entering waterways due to lack of development of wastewater treatment facilities in the Nenagh Municipal District is frustrating and angering local councillors.
Speaking at the September meeting of the district authority, councillors raised concerns about lack of treatment cap
Jackson’s main water treatment facility is functioning once again following over two weeks of non-stop efforts to restore clean drinking water at the O.B. Curtis Water Plant. Now, the Incident Command Center at the Mississippi Management Agency (MEMA) has released that the amount spent t
During their participation in WETEX and Dubai Solar Show 2022
Dubai, UAE: A number of Belgian companies are participating in the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) and Dubai Solar Show (DSS) 2022 to showcase their latest solutions and innovative technologies in
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This satellite shot shows the footprint of the former Drexel site.
The city of Marion will seek state grant money to complete the cleanup of the former Drexel Heritage plant site and create a master plan which could include the possibili
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A Japanese toilet paper maker is suing a rival over a patent used to make rolls that are three times longer.
The longer-lasting rolls have become popular in Japan because they take up less storage space.
Nippon Paper Crecia had been selling them for six years as of April, when riva
FORT FAIRFIELD, Maine — By the end of 2023, Fort Fairfield’s Utilities District will have a new wastewater treatment facility that will allow it to expand its current capacity for water treatment.
On Tuesday, the Fort Fairfield-based McGillan Inc. began pipe construction on a 2.
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