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Bridge Michigan

Two-in-five large Michigan industrial plants exceeded water pollution limits
Bridge Michigan
LANSING — More than 40 percent of Michigan's major industrial facilities spewed large amounts of pollution — above legal limits — into lakes, rivers and other waterways over a 21-month period ending in September 2017. That's according to a report ...

'World's largest viscose supplier ABG still in denial over rampant water pollution'
Ethical Corporation Magazine
Our investigation team revisited Aditya Birla Group viscose factories in Madhya Pradesh, India, and West Java, Indonesia, where first-hand witness accounts and air and water tests at independent laboratories revealed continued rampant air and water ...

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Researchers create new low-cost, sustainable material for reducing air and water pollution
Science Daily
... less energy ("embodied energy") while leaving a much lower carbon footprint. The material also demonstrated encouraging capabilities for trapping diesel exhaust fume particulate matter. The material can be applied as a coating, used for spraying or ...
Researchers create new low-cost, sustainable material for reducing ...Phys.Org
New low-cost material to reduce air, water
New low-cost, sustainable green material for reducing air and water ...Tech Explorist (press release)

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E&E News

Mont. labels mining CEO 'bad actor,' bars his company
E&E News
WATER POLLUTION. Mont. labels mining CEO 'bad actor,' bars his company. Dylan Brown, E&E News reporter. Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2018. Montana regulators yesterday barred Hecla Mining Co. from the state until its top executive pays for pollution ...

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The Texas Observer

Dirtying the Waters: Texas Ranks First in Violating Water Pollution ...
The Texas Observer
A new report raises questions about whether TCEQ is doing enough to protect the state's water.

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Texas Tribune

Report: Major Texas industrial facilities rank first nationally in illegal ...
Texas Tribune
A study by a Texas environmental group and a California think tank found that about half of Texas' major industrial facilities released illegal levels of pollution into rivers, lakes and other waterways over the past two years. by Kiah Collier March 15 ...
Report: Major Texas Industrial Facilities Rank First Nationally In Illegal Water PollutionHouston Public Media
Report: Major Texas industrial facilities rank first nationally - KTABBig Country Homepage

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Letter to the editor: Water pollution continues
Delmont Borough continues to discharge raw sewage directly into Beaver Run, a significant source of municipal water for Westmoreland County. These discharges have occurred on average several times per month, from multiple locations, for unabated hours ...

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Firm fined $12,000 for water pollution says it is taking steps to ...
The Straits Times
SINGAPORE - Tat Seng Packaging Group, which was fined $12000 for discharging copper-tainted water above the allowable limit, said it views the matter seriously and has looked into ways of minimising the impact of waste water discharged into the ...

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Daily Telegraph

Poo-gee Beach fix in sight as Sydney Water considers stormwater diversion
Daily Telegraph
Coogee Beach experiences pollution after rain as a result of a stormwater outlet at the northern end of the beach. This can negatively impact on the Beachwatch swimming rating. “Sydney Water has been actively participating in a working group with ...

Some Kiski Valley towns could get sewage rate hikes and decreases
The Kiski Valley Water Pollution Control Authority is calling for a rate hike in eight of the 13 municipalities it serves. Hyde Park customers could face the biggest increase, at more than $18 a month. But debt service rates may drop in five ...

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The Business Times

Waste to potable water - S'pore's solution to world's water problems
The Business Times
Incredibly, Singapore collects every drop of its sewage and turns much of it into drinking water again. PHOTO: ST FILE. ON this World Water Day, it is a sad fact that a large swathe of humanity continues to be thirsty. Number six of the United Nation's ...
Balancing Green & Grey this World Water DayReliefWeb
World Water Day 2018: Here's Why Water Is The Best Detoxifier For You!NDTV
Going back to nature to address water crises: World Water Development Report 2018The Standard
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation -Ahram Online -Inter Press Service
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World water problems on tap at Brazil conference
"There are more reservoirs, more cars, more industry and more people. Counter measures to protect supplies remain very slim compared to the impacts we're seeing," Ney Maranhao, head of Brazil's National Water Agency, told AFP. Ricardo Medeiros ...

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Foreign Affairs

How to Solve the Global Water Crisis
Foreign Affairs
Few people would argue with the idea that the world has a serious problem with water. For the past several years, water has consistently been named as a leading risk in the World Economic Forum's annual survey of global leaders, and newspapers ...
We do not have plenty of water to wasteThe Sun Daily
The threat of water crisis | New Straits Times | Malaysia General ...New Straits Times Online
Water scarcity could affect 5 billion people by 2050MIT Technology Review
OpenCanada -Business Line -Forbes
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Woman in a man's world; water scientist Rita Colwell wins Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize
In recognition of her decades-long research on cholera, Dr Colwell was awarded this year's Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize. She is the 11th Director of the US National Science Foundation and President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science ...
US microbiologist wins Lee Kuan Yew prize for work in fighting waterborne diseasesChannel NewsAsia

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Over 5 billion people could face water scarcity problems by 2050, UN says
Some 3.6 billion people are estimated to be living in areas with a potential for water scarcity for at least one month per year, and this number could rise to as many as 5.7 billion people by 2050, according to a report published by UNESCO. Released ...
The United Nations world water development report 2018: nature-based solutions for water - VIA WaterVIA Water

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World water forum opens after dire UN warning
"There is simply no time to lose," Temer said in opening remarks at the 8th World Water Forum, which takes place all week in the Brazilian capital. Under the slogan "sharing water," the forum brought together 15 heads of state and government, 300 ...
Taps Run Dry in Water Summit City in World's Wettest NationBloomberg
IEPF attends the 8th World Water Forum in BrazilAZERTAC News
Water: The right of each of us, the challenge of allGuardian (blog)
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Taps run dry for nearly a billion people around the world
Access to clean, safe drinking water is seen as one of the most important ways to improve a nation's health but a report shows that for nearly a billion people, this is far from reality. The charity Water Aid estimates that around 844 million people ...


Why UNESCO's 'natural solutions' to water problems won't work in ...
Each year UNESCO releases a World Water Assessment Report, a document that explores potential solutions to the globe's water problems. The 2018 report will focus on nature based solutions.

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Africa: Why Unesco's 'Nature Based Solutions' to Water Problems Won't Work in Africa
Each year the United Nations releases a World Water Development Report, a document that explores potential solutions to the globe's water problems. The 2018 report focuses on "nature based solutions. The authors suggest that this approach will: address ...

Restoring US Aid Crucial to Avoid a Water Catastrophe in Gaza
The high salinity puts Gazans in jeopardy of kidney stones and urinary tract problems. But high salinity is not the worst of Gaza's water problems. Years of conflict have damaged or destroyed much of its critical water and sanitation facilities ...

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