Clean Waters

BOEM listens to the public on offshore drilling

Of course, there were also a fair number of speakers who expressed support for new drilling, denied the existence of climate change, or both. Several drilling supporters shared that they were with an organization called “Energy Citizens”, a group funded by the American Petroleum Institute, and their talking points were …

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Murray Cod: Australia’s ‘magnificent icon’

After years of sustainable practice and endorsement by celebrity chefs, Aquna Sustainable Murray Cod is still committed to its principles of sustainability while raising consumer awareness. writes Pippa Haupt. It’s a big claim to say that your aquaculture operations are the most sustainable in the world, but that’s the claim …

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Fifth High Rock Lake CleanSweep scheduled for Saturday, September 17 – Salisbury Post

The annual High Rock Lake CleanSweep is scheduled for Saturday, September 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event links the two counties, Davidson and Rowan, for a unified collaborative effort that benefits the region. This year, HRLCleanSweep will serve as the official launch event for Rowan and Davidson …

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Clean River Project celebrates 18 years on the mighty Merrimack |

METHUEN — Growing up on the banks of the Merrimack River, Rocky Morrison had a front-row seat to the many environmental issues plaguing the 115-mile waterway. In 2004, he decided to take serious action and founded the Clean River Project, a non-profit organization at 1022 Riverside Dr. With the Merrimack …

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Prepared, Not Afraid | It’s time to pick up the pieces | KTVE

WEST MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) – The rain may have slowed to a drizzle, the wind is just whispering instead of howling, but the dangers a storm leaves in its wake are still there. This is what you need to know to stay safe after a storm hits. What you should …

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University of Florida partners with SAS to address water quality challenges through analytics

Charlotte Harbor Water Quality Testing Pilot Expansion CARY, North Carolina and TALLAHASSEE, Florida., August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The University of Florida The Center for Coastal Solutions (CCS) is embarking on an ambitious partnership with analytics leader SAS to study the factors that influence water quality in the Port of …

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Don’t swim, splash, waterski, or motorboat in the Willamette River near St. Johns, health officials warn

People should not swim, waterski or motorboat in the Willamette River near the St. Johns neighborhood of Portland due to an overgrowth of toxic cyanobacteria, state health officials warned Friday. The warning applies to the Willamette from Cathedral Park south to the Willamette Cove area just north of the St. …

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Governor Reynolds Recognizes Iowa Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals

DES MOINES — Governor Kim Reynolds has signed a proclamation declaring August 21-27 Iowa Water and Wastewater Professionals Week. The Governor is urging Iowans to recognize the valuable role clean water plays in the lives of all Iowans this week, as part of the proclamation, ‘The Workforce of the Water …

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Flood cleanup underway in Balch Springs – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Homeowners in Balch Springs spent the day airing out their belongings, removing drywall and cleaning up the mess left by Monday’s flash flooding. “Horrible, it was bad. It only rained for 12 hours straight and it was 12 to 13 inches. My house couldn’t handle it,” said Rick Waltz, who …

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Flash flooding at Carlsbad Caverns National Park forces the evacuation of about 160 people

Eddy County, where much of the park is located, was under a flash flood warning Saturday afternoon, and the park received 0.6 inches of rain that day, according to the National Weather Service. Heavy downpours sent floodwaters rushing through the park. Unable to leave, park visitors hunkered down at the …

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Floodwaters crossed more land than previously thought in Waverly

WAVERLY, Tenn. (WSMV) – New video obtained by WSMV4 Investigates shows rising floodwaters, responsible for the deaths of 20 people in Waverly on August 21, 2021, had grown so extensive that they crossed more sections of ground than previously thought. The video is another example of why so many people …

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IRA Incentives for Carbon Sequestration and Low Carbon Fuels – Oil, Gas and Power

August 18, 2022 Foley Hoag LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Yesterday, President Biden signed the Cut Inflation Act into law, creating legislation that contains the largest climate-related incentives in US history. Within weeks of the bill being …

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NEPA indeed poses a very big impediment to coal mining on public lands – Oil, Gas and Power

August 16, 2022 Foley Hoag LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. On Friday, I issued a ruling invalidating BLM Resource Management Plans for non-compliance with NEPA. My caption was “NEPA is always going to pose a …

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Conservation partnership restores native brook trout to five ponds in five years

AFP Last update: 11:11 a.m., August 13, 2022 Photo courtesy of USDA Forest Service/Freshwaters Photo illustrated by David Herasimtschuk A fine mist rolled off the surface of Round Pond as morning dawned over White Mountain National Forest in Albany, Maine. An old man and his granddaughter hauled a red canoe …

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City: No Pollution in Carson River in EPA Case

Carson RiverPat Devereux Carson City officials said Douglas County wastewater prompted an Environmental Protection Agency allegation that the city was violating the Clean Water Act’s pretreatment program. Carson City Director of Public Works Darren Schulz said there is an existing agreement with Douglas County “to remove a portion of their …

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Lawsuit launched seeking EPA pollution limits for Arizona Creek threatened by copper mine

The Center for Biological Diversity is a national nonprofit conservation organization with more than 1.7 million members and online activists dedicated to protecting endangered species and wild places. The Sierra Club is one of the largest and most influential local environmental organizations in the United States, with more than 3.5 …

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Democrats Push Biden’s Climate, Health Priorities to Senate OK

Democrats drove their election-year economic package toward Senate approval early Sunday, debating a measure less ambitious than President Joe Biden’s original national vision, but one that touches on the party’s deep-rooted dreams of slowing the global warming, moderate pharmaceutical costs and tax huge corporations. The debate began on Saturday and …

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Editorial: A Water Disconnect – Storm Lake Times Pilot

The people of Iowa, especially the Storm Lakers, pay great attention to water quality. When dead fish started washing up on shore last week, locals immediately started contacting us via email and text messages and posting alerts on social media. People wanted immediate answers. A swimmer has just died of …

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Segment of the Siglap canal to obtain biodiversity tiles to support marine life: PUB

SINGAPORE – A segment of the Siglap Canal may soon become more conducive to marine life, now that scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) are to install special biodiversity tiles on its walls. It is the first time that the national water agency PUB will install these tiles …

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RIDOH and DEM recommend avoiding contact with the Island Drive bridge area of ​​Johnson’s Pond

RHODE ISLAND, July 29 – The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) are advising people to avoid contact with the Island Drive bridge area of Johnson’s Pond in Coventry due to a blue-green algae (or cyanobacteria) bloom in the pond. Blue …

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‘Green’ programs encourage Minnesota farmers to tackle water pollution

A few years ago, Chisago County farmer Max Gustafson needed a way to keep his cattle from wandering into a nearby wetland and polluting it in the process. What began then with a federal grant to install a 1,350-foot fence has blossomed into a series of eco-friendly practices on Gustafson’s …

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Capito and Manchin Announce EPA Funding

WASHINGTON DC — U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.), a ranking member of the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), both members of the Senate Appropriations Committee , today announced three grants, totaling $1,074,383, from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). “These investments will help …

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Southwest District Health issues public health advisory for CJ Strike Reservoir

Idaho public health officials are warning people to stay out of the CJ Strike Reservoir and avoid exposing children and pets to water. Southwest District health officials issued a public health advisory for the CJ Strike Reservoir on Tuesday based on Idaho Department of Environmental Quality testing that showed elevated …

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How to stay safe from sharks: Experts weigh in

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NY – With three shark bites reported in Suffolk County waters in recent days and another recorded in Nassau County, experts are offering advice to keep swimmers safe in the water. On Friday, the Suffolk County Parks Department listed advice on social media: – Avoid areas with schools …

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LONG ISLAND SHARK ATTACKS: Two men bitten in one day as experts say ‘activity’ points to cleaner seas

An Arizona man was bitten by a shark on Wednesday July 13. This incident occurred for the second time that day at Seaview Beach in the Ocean Beach area of ​​Fire Island, the first being an attack on a 47-year-old surfer in the Morning. The second shark attack, timed at …

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Judge strikes down ‘nature rights’ charter amendment

A judge has struck down an amendment to the Orange County charter overwhelmingly approved by voters in 2020 that sought to protect the rights of nature. The amendment had spawned a lawsuit seeking to block a housing estate in fragile wetlands. The lawsuit claimed that the development would violate the …

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DEQ and coal company clash over Lake Koocanusa selenium rule |

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality and a Canadian mining company whose toxic runoff drains into Montana continue to dispute the limits of selenium found in the waters of Lake Koocanusa. Teck Resources, a coal mining company whose mining wastewater in British Columbia ends up discharging into the Kootenai River …

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Fish hatcheries benefit from Wyoming’s cold, clean waters

Fish think growing up in the coldest, cleanest mountain waters beats the human conveniences of smooth roads and cell phone service, and we can’t disagree. 05/07/2022 20:50:10 Cheyenne – Fish think growing up in the coldest, cleanest mountain waters beats the human conveniences of smooth roads and cell phone service, …

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With Build Back Better Stalled, increasing funding for a civil climate corps is on the line

WASHINGTON, DC – On a hot day in early June, a group of nearly 100 young adults worked together in sunny Fort DuPont Park to remove wisteria – an invasive vine that invades and shades native trees and shrubs – and clear the trails of debris that had accumulated during …

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My account on China: Environmental ambitions

11:52 Today, much of the world, and especially those who follow news from Asia-Pacific and China, are aware of China’s ambitions to clean up its environment and reduce forms of energy. polluting or not considered clean. Over the past decade, the country has made those commitments pretty clear, clearly articulating …

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WV Supreme Court v. EPA decision chills Biden’s climate agenda

Placeholder while loading article actions The Supreme Court decision Thursday restrict The Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate carbon emissions could have far-reaching consequences, legal experts say, that could put the brakes on President Biden’s ambitious plans to tackle climate change as well as air pollution. air and water. The …

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Bantam and Candlewood Lake groups among DEEP grant recipients

DEEP recently announced its recipients of the second round of grants from its Aquatic Invasive Species Grant Program, with $370,000 going to 15 projects aimed at reducing the impacts of aquatic invasive species on Connecticut’s inland waters, according to a report. communicated. The Aquatic Invasive Species Grant Program was made …

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China must develop a more consensual approach to the Himalayas…

(MENAFN- Colombo Gazette) During a seminar, the Democratic Forum (TDF) discussed the politicization of water and discussed the need for China to take its responsibilities to develop a more consensual approach to water in the Himalayan region. “China refuses to participate in multilateral forums regarding the use of border waters …

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EPA delays greenhouse gas regulations as court ruling looms

By Keith Goldberg (June 22, 2022, 10:30 p.m. EDT) – The Biden administration has pushed back the release of plans to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from the electricity sector until next year, as has the U.S. Supreme Court could limit the reach of the U.S. authority on climate change of …

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Everything you need to know about Maine brook trout

This story was originally published in December 2020. No species of fish is more synonymous with Maine than brook trout. And you could argue that none is more important to the state. Brook trout is to inland Maine what lobster is to the coast, and is as much a part …

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Volunteers to eliminate invasive water chestnut on the Oswegatchie River | Best Stories

HEUVELTON – Next week, volunteers will clear an infestation of an invasive plant species from the Oswegatchie River in the village of Heuvelton. The water chestnut, Trapa natans, is a very aggressive invasive aquatic plant found in lakes, bays, canals and slow-moving rivers with muddy bottoms. The plant was likely …

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What is happening to the Clinch River mussel population?

HANCOCK COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) – Before becoming Lake Norris, the Upper Clinch River flows with a variety of rare species of underwater life. The usually crystal clear waters teem with trout and herons, but the waters are now missing a key player in the river’s ecosystem: mussels. In a stretch …

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Gaza: Bathers enjoy clean sea water for the first time in years

“We couldn’t come before because the sea was polluted. If we did, my kids would come home with viruses’ A refreshing and unusual scene in the Gaza Strip last week – residents enjoying clean sea water after years of untreated sewage flowing directly into their coastal waters. For years, untreated …

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DEM: ‘Substantial’ solid waste from Woonsocket sewage treatment plant dumped into Blackstone River daily

“What happens in the plant is that the solid waste is not segregated or separated from the stream,” DEM spokesman Mike Healy told The Globe. “In terms of how much, we really can’t give you a definite answer on that. Doing some basic math, it’s a very busy factory. It …

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Locals Support Land Protection: Let’s Celebrate the Antiquities Act Together

By Darla DeRuiter Executive Director, Friends of Plumas Wilderness [email protected] This week marks the 116th anniversary of the Antiquities Act, which authorized presidents to protect public lands as national monuments. Have you ever visited a national monument? Do you have any thoughts on what this could mean for our region? …

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High school students’ water conservation message is here to stay

Oakland County residents will soon be strolling over Mandy Chu’s conservation-focused artwork, and she couldn’t be happier. The Troy Athens High School graduate won first place out of 74 entries in the Preserve MI Waters: Stormwater Manhole Cover Art Contest for local high school and college students. His design, “Mallards …

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Armigeres subalbatus is a potential vector of Zika virus but not dengue virus | Infectious diseases of poverty

Oehler E, Watrin L, Larre P, Leparc-Goffart I, Lastere S, Valor F, et al. Zika virus infection complicated by Guillain-Barré syndrome – case report, French Polynesia, December 2013. Euro Surveill. 2014;19(9). Cordeiro MT, Pena LJ, Brito CA, Gil LH, Marques ET. IgM positive for Zika virus in the cerebrospinal fluid …

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Dawn June 2: Price relief possible by end of 2022, says Vilsack

President Biden is placing a new emphasis on fighting inflation as his polls continue to fall. But relief should arrive by the end of the year in food prices, according to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Vilsak says the strategy he announced on Thursday to “transform” the American food system should …

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Mind Your Business: Boone Lake Adds More Than Water to the Region This Summer | Blogs

Summer is off to a good start. It’s time to enjoy the region in all its rugged, green and mountainous glory. Here are some events to mark on your calendar this month. • The Kingsport Town Center Association will host a Father’s Day themed shop on Thursday, June 2 from …

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Priorities 2022 and beyond – The Suburban Times

Office of Jani Hitchen, Pierce County Council, District 6 blog post. With 2022 almost halfway through, I started setting priorities at the end of 2021 and looking to the future. There was a lot of work that was started during my first year in office, but there was still so …

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Divorce Albatros in the middle of warm waters

Release date: Week of May 27, 2022 stream/download this segment as an MP3 file Albatross parents tend to their egg. (Photo: David Patte, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Flickr, CC BY-ND 2.0) Albatrosses usually mate for life, but new evidence shows that warming waters may lead to increased separation of …

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Part of Outer Banks Named to America’s Best Beaches List :: WRAL.com

By Marnie Hunter, CNN Ocracoke, North Carolina – A wilderness on North Carolina’s Outer Banks has earned the top spot on an annual list of America’s Best Beaches. Ocracoke Island’s patrolled beach is the first stretch of sand in 2022, according to coastal scientist Stephen Leatherman, also known as “Dr. …

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State lawmakers urge Biden to create national biodiversity strategy / Public Information Service

More than 350 state legislators from across the United States are urging President Joe Biden to create a national strategy to protect, restore and secure the country’s rich biodiversity for generations to come. Rep. Alex Valdez, D-Denver, was among 22 Colorado lawmakers to sign a letter sent to the White …

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#FishEagle: Winter fish move along the north coast

Winter is setting in and it won’t be long before the early morning sun does little to warm the anglers, forcing them to change tactics to adapt to the winter fish. Fishermen are already turning their attention south, waiting to hear news of sardine activity. The Shark’s Board flew along …

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House Passes Clean South Florida Coastal Waters Act

A bill to protect Florida’s waterways from harmful algal blooms passed Congress nearly unanimously this week and will now head to the president’s desk. The South Florida Clean Coastal Waters Act will for the first time require a federal task force to research algal blooms in Florida and develop a …

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Miami-Dade is working on a plan to clean up Biscayne Bay | Florida News

By ALEX HARRIS, Miami Herald MIAMI (AP) — Biscayne Bay is in dire straits, with several fish killed in recent summers, disappearing seagrass beds and climate change turning up the heat on Miami-Dade’s blue gem. Now, for the first time, Miami-Dade County is developing a formal, state-controlled plan to clean …

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The race to save Atlantic salmon from extinction heats up

A race to save Atlantic salmon from extinction is heating up. A massive research project in the Highlands will ultimately shape policy aimed at reversing a trend and increasing stocks. Scientists and river managers work together knowing that salmon numbers are barely a quarter of those recorded just 40 years …

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Divers removed 25,000 pounds of trash from Lake Tahoe. Now they want to clean up more Sierra lakes

A first-of-its-kind project to clear underwater trash and trash along Lake Tahoe’s 72-mile shoreline wraps up Tuesday as divers complete the final leg of their trash collection circuit in the waters near Stateline, Nevada, where they started a year ago. The amount of garbage picked up: 25,200 pounds, which will …

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Washington Week Ahead: Congress Seeks Crisis Aid Deal, Vilsack Heads to Hill | 2022-05-06

Senators are trying to hammer out a deal on a new Ukraine extra-spending bill by the end of this week, while Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and other cabinet members head to Capitol Hill to question their spending plans. Also this week, the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers will …

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Johnson families clean up after homes flood

JOHNSON, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Some homes in Johnson are no longer habitable after floodwaters seeped inside. John Albright said he woke up to floodwaters on Thursday morning. The water rose to his chest as he emerged from his home. “I woke up and bent over my bed and I was …

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NJDEP Clean Marina Program Protects State’s Coastal Waterways

“A HEALTHY COAST”: The Department of Environmental Protection created its Clean Marina program to help preserve NJ’s waters and surrounding environments. MarineMax in Brant Beach (above) was certified this year. (Photo by Ryan Morrill) In the years since the New Jersey Clean Marina Program was established in 2005 by the …

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North Carolina officials warn algae bloom likely as weather warms

An algal bloom in the Pamlico River in 2021. Photo: NCDEQ With hot summer days comes the possibility of algae blooms in state waters. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s Water Resources Division reminded the public on Monday to avoid contact with discolored water that could indicate the presence …

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bathinda: Contaminated canal water leaves orchards barren in Abohar villages | Chandigarh News

Bathinda: In addition to causing many troubles to humans and livestock, the contamination of the canal waters now poses a threat even to citrus cultivation in the Abohar region of Fazilka district. Alkaline water forces farmers growing citrus fruits to uproot their orchards. Dharangwala, a small village, is one of …

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MWRA failing to protect water quality in Boston Harbor, lawsuit says

The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority has repeatedly failed to enforce requirements that industrial facilities pretreat wastewater containing high levels of cyanide, lead, mercury and other toxic substances that was ultimately discharged into the harbor of Boston and Massachusetts Bay, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday. The Conservation Law Foundation …

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Public Notice: Water Quality Certification for the Yakama Simcoe Creek West White Swan Nation Restoration Project

Publication date April 26, 2022 Summary On March 31, 2022, the EPA received an application from the Yakama Nation for a water quality certification under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act for the Simcoe Creek West White Swan Restoration Project ( Seattle District Corps of Engineer project #NWS-2022-0260, applied …

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🌱Will the “Superman” building be affordable? + Injury with hit and run

Welcome back, Providence! It’s Sunday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy. High: 55 Low: 39. Here are the three main stories of Providence today: There are currently no hard and fast rules as to the exact …

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Amendment would give Floridians the ‘right to clean and healthy waters’

Freedom of speech, religion, assembly, work: many Floridians know that these rights are guaranteed by their federal and state constitutions. But the right to drinking water? Not found. A group of clean water advocates are working to change that. On Thursday, they announced a desire to add the “right to …

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The state task force recommends Mass. do more to crack down on PFAS

The recommendations came as part of a report on how to deal with contamination from PFAS, a group of highly toxic synthetic chemical compounds that have been found in many Massachusetts drinking water supplies.. The task force, created as part of the fiscal year 2021 budget, unanimously approved the recommendations …

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Valued at $183.7 billion by 2026, bottled water is set to experience robust growth worldwide

What’s new for 2022? Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of main competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Peer-to-peer collaborative online interactive updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: 19; Published: February 2022Executive Pool: 11623Companies: 230 – Players …

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Drinking soda linked to many health problems | Columnists

Hello again, dear readers, and welcome to the monthly letters column. You’ve occupied our mailboxes, so we’re diving in. — We recently answered a question about whether or not the tea, coffee and juicy fruits and vegetables that someone consumes contribute to hydration. The answer is yes, they do. Now, …

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Wisconsin adds electric vehicle charging infrastructure, microgrids and resiliency upgrades to PACE – Energy and Natural Resources

United States: Wisconsin adds electric vehicle charging infrastructure, microgrids and resiliency upgrades to PACE April 13, 2022 Foley & Lardner To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. The State of Wisconsin passed a series of …

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Local staff will observe Conservation District Week | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Children learn about nature during a discussion with the representative of the Clinton County Conservation District. MILL HALL – Recognized by the Pennsylvania State House and Senate, April 10-16, 2022 declared “Conservation District Week.” During this week, district offices across the state will hold events and meet with …

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EXPLAINER: What to do with wastewater from a closed nuclear power plant?

A million gallons of radioactive water sits inside an old nuclear power plant along Cape Cod Bay and it needs to go. But where is the thorny question, and will the State intervene according to the company’s dismantling of the factory? Holtec International plans to treat the water and release …

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DNR Seeks Public Comment on Certification and Antidegradation Review

DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is seeking comments for Section 401 Water Quality Certification of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regional Permits 34, 39, and 11-02. Regional Permits (RPs) are general permits authorizing certain activities under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, which involve the …

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Ocean Alliance (OACM) hoists the first “white flag” on Lake Zurich, representing plastic-free waters in Switzerland, as a model for the whole world.

OACM Group Ocean Alliance / Keyword(s): Miscellaneous06.04.2022 / 08:00 Ocean Alliance (OACM) raises the first “white flag” on Lake Zurich, representing plastic-free waters in Switzerland, as a model for the whole world. Zurich, March 6, 2022 – The Ocean Alliance (OACM), a conglomeration of global organizations and institutions, companies and …

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Changes are coming to striped bass management, make your voice heard | Hatch magazine

Over the next two weeks, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is seeking public comment on Draft Amendment 7 to the Atlantic Striped Bass Management Plan. This is an incredible opportunity to improve several facets of management, leading to more striped bass in the water in the future. Today, striped …

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Costa Mesa resident hopes to make a splash with art exhibit at John Wayne Airport

From a bungalow that doubles as a studio, Costa Mesa artist Bonnie Matthews worked to create a piece of public art that showcases her whimsical style while delivering a message about the importance of stewardship. ‘environment. And, boy, is this a whale of a project. A wood panel cut out …

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Floods in Australia: more rain adds to the fight for reconstruction | Floods News

Lismore, Australia – In late February, torrential rains battered the northern part of the Australian state of New South Wales, submerging the region in raging floods. Now – with residents still trying to rebuild – the area has been hit again, leaving many desperate. “I think if they had a …

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Florida Department of Health issues toxic algae alert for Lake Washington

Florida health officials are warning not to swim, wade, boat or eat fish from Lake Washington, or let your dog sip the water. The Florida Department of Health in Brevard issued a health alert on Monday about harmful blue-green algae toxins in Lake Washington, after samples were taken in March. …

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Federal government announces proposed settlement with North Slope Borough

A settlement announcement proposed on Wednesday, March 16 by the Environmental Protection Agency will require the Versant Nord borough to make infrastructure investments to comply with solid and hazardous waste management rules and prevention rules. oil spills. The borough will have to hire an independent third-party auditor to ensure the …

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Does “energized” water work?

A North Canterbury company claims great results with devices that use electromagnetic radiation in the form of low-frequency radio transmitters to ‘structure’ or ‘energize’ water for a wide range of benefits. HydroBoost says the devices, when applied to livestock, irrigation or household supplies, have been shown to reduce impurities, promote …

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West Palm Beach needs to think long-term to improve water use and quality

It seems that water supply has become a priority for West Palm Beach – finally. With all the signs that the city is experiencing historic growth, the time is long past for city officials to start paying more attention to this most valuable resource. Give municipal officials credit for taking …

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🌱 MoMa Suspect Stabbed Charged in Philadelphia + 18 Pounds of Cocaine Found

Happy Tuesday, Philadelphia! Here’s everything you need to know to start the day off right. Here are the most important things happening around Philadelphia today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and pleasant. High: 63 Low: 44. For Financial Planners and Advisors – we are now offering sponsorship opportunities to …

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