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Latest world news on water pollution


Improvements Coming To Wallaceburg Water Pollution Control Plant
BlackburnNews.com
A series of system improvements are headed to the Wallaceburg Water Pollution Control Plant, including pump and control upgrades. The Wallaceburg Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) will be receiving $250,000 for the replacement of two Archimedes ...


Phys.Org

Study finds no-tillage not sufficient alone to prevent water pollution from nitrate
Phys.Org
Because reducing soil loss reduces nutrient loss, it was assumed that no-till would reduce water pollution, Wang said. "Overall, we found the adoption of no-till resulted in increased nitrate loss via leaching due to the frequent occurrence of ...

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WIBQ

New Study Released On "No-Till" Effects On Water Pollution
WIBQ
Indiana (WIBQ) - A new IUPUI study funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture answers a long-debated agricultural question: whether no-tillage alone is sufficient to prevent water pollution from nitrate. The answer is no. Researchers in the ...


Is NC home to 2 of the top 5 'most polluted' rivers?
News & Observer
More than 4 million people in North Carolina get their drinking water from the Neuse and Cape Fear rivers. That's 40 percent of the state's residents. So a state lawmaker's claim that the rivers are two of the five most polluted in the country would ...


Austin American-Statesman

Hurricane Harvey's toll on air and water pollution slowly coming into focus
Austin American-Statesman
In this Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 file photo, large storage tanks situated in retention ponds are surrounded by rainwater left behind by Tropical Storm Harvey at ExxonMobil's refinery in Baytown, Texas. Companies have reported that roughly two dozen ...

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Knoxville News Sentinel

Consent decrees benefit communities facing water pollution problems
Knoxville News Sentinel
In the 1970s, legislators passed federal and state water pollution control statutes to protect Tennessee waters. Unfortunately, some water-related health and safety problems remain in Tennessee communities. But a lawsuit provides a forum where citizens ...


No-tillage alone not enough against water pollution
Business Standard
A team of researchers has found that the adoption of no-till - a way of growing crops or pasture from year to year without disturbing the soil through tillage - may increase water pollution from nitrate via leaching. Researchers from the Indiana ...

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The News Minute

Kerala to frame new law to tackle water pollution | The News Minute
The News Minute
The Kerala government on Wednesday decided to frame a new law which will ensure strict action, including a jail term, and a fine for those polluting water ...

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KTVB

Judge: Mining company in contempt for Idaho water pollution | KTVB ...
KTVB
BOISE - A federal judge is holding the Atlanta Gold mining company in contempt of court for allowing arsenic and iron to enter a tributary of the Middle Fork of the ...

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Judge: Mining company in contempt for Idaho water pollution | Idaho ...
Idaho Statesman
A federal judge is holding the Atlanta Gold mining company in contempt of court for allowing arsenic and iron to enter the a tributary of the Middle Fork of the ...

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Markets Insider

#BuiltByGirls contest winner tackling water quality problems ...
Markets Insider
A freshman at MIT, Lin helped develop an Android app while interning at the US State Department. She's this year's Youth Poet Laureate in New York City.

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Forbes

Why Desalination Isn't The Answer To The World's Water Problems
Forbes
It is based on the Second Law of Thermodynamics, a fundamental law of physics. Desalination decreases the entropy of the water and salt (by separating them, that is, by making them less disordered). Any process that does that must be accompanied by an ...


The Epoch Times

Heading Off the World's Water Woes
The Epoch Times
The world faces water problems on a scale never before experienced in history. The global population is growing as water resources are shrinking. The world's leading water experts and officials met in Stockholm from Aug. 27 to Sept. 1 for the annual ...

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The Korea Herald

K-water vows to lead Asia's water industry
The Korea Herald
Along with the Asia Water Council, K-water hosted the triennial water industry event from Wednesday to Saturday to devise solutions for water issues around the globe, as well as to foster the industry in Asia. ... Representatives from six countries ...

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BBC News

Tapping H2O from thin air could solve looming water crises
BBC News
Without clear distinctions of who it belongs to and how to share it, the world would be thrown into chaos. Earlier this year as part of our Grand Challenges series, we reached out to a panel of water experts to describe the big problems we're facing ...


GQ Magazine

Will Float Tanks Help You Forget the Problems of the World?
GQ Magazine
Just Float, a chain of pods near my house, called itself “The World's Most Advanced Float Center” and promised that lying in eleven inches of water (so overloaded with Epsom salts that one could float “effortlessly”) would “melt” my stress and even ...


Bloomberg

Nestlé Makes Billions Bottling Water It Pays Nearly Nothing For
Bloomberg
A recent Michigan State University study predicts that more than a third of Americans might not be able to afford their water bills in five years, with costs expected to triple as World War II-era construction breaks down. Failing infrastructure has ...


Problems pile up for unlucky village near epicenter of Mexican quake
TODAYonline
In a warehouse in the center of the village where hundreds of women were lining up for food and water, Medina denied he or any of his employees had been profiting from the aid, which he said came from all over the world. "People from other countries ...

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U.S. News & World Report

Weakened Dam the Latest Threat as Puerto Rico Reels From Hurricane
U.S. News & World Report
Severe flooding, structural damage to homes and virtually no electric power were three of the most pressing problems facing Puerto Ricans, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose state is home to millions of people of Puerto Rican descent, said during a ...
Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico officials describe 'apocalyptic' conditionsCNN
How Cuba and Puerto Rico responded to their hurricanesBBC News
Fears of dam collapse add to Puerto Rico's misery after hurricaneRadio New Zealand

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