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Latest world news on water pollution


DesMoinesRegister.com

How much money is too much to cut water pollution?
DesMoinesRegister.com
In the past five years, Clarion residents' water and sewer bills have more than doubled, thanks to $6.8 million in upgrades at the north Iowa town's wastewater treatment plant. Dustin Rief, the city administrator, said it has been tough for the town's ...


The Advertiser

Water pollution fear at food hub after toxin leak
The Advertiser
However, Mr Docherty said because contamination had recently been detected in two Salisbury water systems, new tests should be conducted at the airport wetlands. “As the food park is part of the Northern Economic Plan and is currently situated at ...


Allentown Morning Call

Yuengling fined $3M, installs treatment system to settle water pollution violations
Allentown Morning Call
Under an agreement announced Thursday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice, D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc. has installed an $8 million wastewater pretreatment system at its oldest Pottsville brewery and will pay a ...
Yuengling to payout $10m over water pollution claimsThe Drinks Business

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DNR Board Chair Says Members Disappointed By Agency's Lack Of Water Pollution Oversight
Wisconsin Public Radio News
The chairman of the board that makes policy for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says members were surprised and disappointed by a recent audit that found serious deficiencies in enforcement of water pollution laws. In his first public ...

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Washington Post

It's not just Flint: Here's why we ignore water pollution
Washington Post
People around the world face similar water-pollution problems. North Carolina's hog and chicken farms discharge water with high amounts of fecal matter. Some 20 million Bangladeshis, about 12 percent of the population, are part of what the Bulletin of ...


Baraboo News Republic

Board asks why DNR hasn't fixed water pollution flaws
Baraboo News Republic
Wisconsin's DNR has come under fire after an audit found stark shortcomings in water pollution controls on private industry, municipal sewer plants and large animal feedlots. Manure from feedlots is spread on farm fields where it can be carried by rain ...

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Co.Exist

Student Activists Are Mapping China's Widening Water Pollution
Co.Exist
Even the official figures show China has a serious water pollution problem: in 2014, the government said 60% of of the country's underground water is contaminated. But these statistics don't tell the whole story. In many places, testing isn't done ...

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Wisconsin Public Radio News

DNR Ignoring Its Own Water Pollution Rules, State Audit Finds
Wisconsin Public Radio News
A state audit has found Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources been lax about monitoring large livestock farms and municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants, in part because the agency doesn't have enough staff to investigate the ...
State audit finds DNR ignoring own rules on water pollutionJournal Times
Audit: Wisconsin DNR ignoring its own water pollution rulesDuluth News Tribune

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WSPA.com

Pet Waste is Contributing to Water Pollution
WSPA.com
IT'S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN! SUMMER IS HERE AND PEOPLE ARE OUT WALKING THEIR DOGS. WE HOPE EVERYONE IS PICKING UP AFTER THEIR PET! THE LADIES FROM SOIL AND WATER ARE HERE TO TELL US WHY THAT'S SO ...


The Hill

Supreme Court rules against White House in water pollution case
The Hill
The Corps and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have dual enforcement authority for water pollution, but only if they determine that the water at issue falls under the “waters of the United States” standard. That determination means the ...

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Los Angeles Times

Heat wave aggravates chronic water problems in occupied West Bank
Los Angeles Times
Schor said Israel supplies Palestinian areas more than double its commitment under a 1995 water deal, and he accused Palestinians of boycotting discussions on water issues that could result in an upgraded supply network for the villages. Israel's Civil ...
Palestinians say Israel caused their summer water shortageU.S. News & World Report

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One way to solve fracing water problems: Don't use water
WorldOil (subscription)
Hydraulic fracturing requires copious water. And while gas-fired power plants produce less CO2 than coal-fired plants, environmentalists are quick to point out that methane itself is a potent greenhouse gas and leaks needlessly from aging infrastructure.

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The National

Rains or not, India faces drinking water crisis
The National
But this farming area's bountiful water supplies are feared contaminated with heavy metals, underscoring the profound challenges facing the world's second most populous nation. From toxic pollution of rivers and lakes to contamination of groundwater ...

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Huffington Post

25 Facts in Observance of World Population Day July 11
Huffington Post
In 1989 the United Nations recommended that July 11 should be the day the international community observes World Population Day, a perfect time to highlight population issues and work to solve them together. This year's World Population Day is even ...


ReporterNews.com

Flint water crisis probe costs could hit $4.9 million
ReporterNews.com
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette's wide-ranging probe into the Flint water crisis could cost as much as $4.9 million, more than triple the amount allocated by the state in a contract in March, according to a posting on the State Administrative ...

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CNN

Research Finds Beijing Sinking at Alarming Rate
Valley News
Beijing is ranked as the fifth-most water-stressed city in the world, with the demand for water exceeding the available supply. Most of the ... But experts say it's too soon to tell if these measures are enough to halt Beijing's sinking problem. The ...
Why Beijing (and 45 other cities in China) are sinkingChristian Science Monitor
That sinking feeling: Beijing dropping by up to 4 inches a year, study showsCNN

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The Guardian

Dry dams, leaky pipes and tanker mafias – Karachi's water crisis
The Guardian
Khatoun cannot simply turn on a tap and expect water to gush out; her home is not connected to the water pipelines of Karachi, the sixth most water-stressed city in the world. Karachi – home to more than 20 million people – is currently meeting just 50 ...


U.S. News & World Report

Scientists Warn Congress Not to Ignore Climate Change
U.S. News & World Report
“For the United States, climate change impacts include greater threats of extreme weather events, sea level rise, and increased risk of regional water scarcity, heat waves, wildfires, and the disturbance of biological systems,” the letter reads. “To ...

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Los Angeles Times

European leaders tell Britain's Cameron his nation should act quickly after 'Brexit' vote
Los Angeles Times
European Union leaders on Tuesday pressed British Prime Minister David Cameron to move fast in the face of political turmoil at home and unrest roiling global financial markets after the country's vote last week to leave the alliance. Cameron and ...

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The Guardian

World must tackle intolerance and exclusion, says Social Progress Index
The Guardian
The world has been broadly successful in harnessing economic growth to improve delivery of basic needs, but rising wealth is less effective in tackling more intractable, less tangible problems like intolerance and exclusion, and policies to tackle ...

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