Passengers made to drink dirty water at bus stand

Passengers made to drink dirty water at bus stand

Tribune News Service Bathinda, September 19 Hundreds of passengers/visitors to the city bus stand are being made to drink contaminated water as the water tanks used for storage have not been cleaned for the past many months. Unaware of the source of water, unsuspecting passengers have been drinking unclean water as the authorities are playing a mute spectator to this grave issue. A visit by The Tribune team to the city bus stand…

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Sanchez: Mother Earth – SUNSTAR

Sanchez: Mother Earth – SUNSTAR

LAST Saturday at The Feast, Senior Feaster Builder Alan Brillantes roused me from my drowsiness during Thursday’s The Feast. It had been a long day at court-annexed mediation at the Hall of Justice. Alan began talking about climate change and how without the joint action of humanity, the next generation of kids—the Gen-zers and perhaps the millennial Feasters I serve with—will suffer. Bro. Alan pointed out that the Light of Jesus Catholic Charismatic Community…

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Missing orca J50 feared dead

Missing orca J50 feared dead

SEATTLE — Efforts to find a sick young orca from a critically endangered population of killer whales in the Pacific Northwest came up empty Thursday, and a scientist who tracks the animals declared her dead — though federal authorities said they’d keep looking. The grim news means scientists believe just 74 whales remain in a group that has failed to reproduce successfully in the past three years. The orcas have struggled with pollution, boat noise…

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Villagers protest supply of dirty water

Villagers protest supply of dirty water

Ropar: Irked over the supply of dirty water, residents from Takhtharh, Gharrispur and Tapparian villages staged a dharna on the Nurpur Bedi-Ropar road, blocking traffic at Bains village, on Saturday.  AAP MLA Amarjit Singh Sandoa also participated in the protest. Addressing the gathering on the occasion, Sandoa said the state government as well as the district administration were not serious about providing basic amenities to people of the state. “I would not leave any…

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Dirty water fueling the fire in restive Iraqi oil town

Dirty water fueling the fire in restive Iraqi oil town

BASRA, Iraq — The brackish water pouring from the taps of homes in Basra has caused stomach ailments and skin rashes for thousands in the southern Iraqi city once famous for its network of freshwater canals that gave it the nickname the “Venice of the East.” The contaminated water, along with other failing city services and soaring unemployment in Basra, has fueled violent unrest since July in Iraq’s oil-exporting capital. During a week of demonstrations,…

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Rising with Immense Development Trends across the Globe by 2025 – Daily Industry Reports

Polyphthalamide PPA Market Global Polyphthalamide PPA Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Regional Outlook, and Forecasts, 2018 – 2025’ to its vast database of research reports. This intelligence study focuses on the current market trends and development patterns, in order to assist the new entrants in discovering market opportunities and develop effective ways to expand their presence in the global market. This Polyphthalamide PPA market research report provides an in-depth analysis of the market size, share,…

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Permian basin drowning in dirty water; will need US$22 billion lifeline, Energy & Commodities

Permian basin drowning in dirty water; will need US$22 billion lifeline, Energy & Commodities

Washington IN the dry, dusty plains of West Texas, home to America’s most prolific oil play, the problem isn’t too little water, it’s too much of it. Just ask Will Hickey, the 31-year-old chief executive officer of Colgate Energy. Standing on a 26-foot high rig platform in Texas’s Reeves County, Mr Hickey watches as contractors manoeuvre drilling pipe almost 10,000 feet underground in search of oil. Just a half-mile away, another rig is equally hard…

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Microfluidic Chips Market: 2018 Global Industry Trends, Growth, Share, Size and 2023 Forecast Report

Microfluidic Chips Market: 2018 Global Industry Trends, Growth, Share, Size and 2023 Forecast Report

(MENAFN Editorial) iCrowdNewswire – Sep 5, 2018 A microfluidic chip is a set of micro-channels etched or molded into a material (glass, silicon or polymer such as PDMS, for Polydimethylsiloxane). The micro-channels forming the microfluidic chip are connected together in order to achieve the desired features (mix, pump, sort, control bio-chemical environment). For Sample Copy of this Report Click [email protected] Global Microfluidic Chips Market competition by top manufacturers, with Production, Price, Revenue (value)…

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Koalas face extinction in New South Wales by 2050 due to land clearing, scientist warns

Koalas face extinction in New South Wales by 2050 due to land clearing, scientist warns

Posted September 07, 2018 13:49:58 Photo: The WWF used satellite images to make dire predictions about koala numbers. (Supplied: WWF Australia/Doug Gimesy) Koalas are on track to be extinct by 2050 in New South Wales if current land clearing rates continue, according to conservation biologist Martin Taylor, who today released a new report on the issue. Key points Conservation biologist blames land clearing for koala decline WWF report uses satellite images to assess clearing Scientist…

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Student’s project aims to clean dirty water

Student’s project aims to clean dirty water

TULSA — A Cascia Hall student is gaining international attention after creating a water purification system he says will change environmental cleanup. It started in Colorado during a backpacking trip with his family. Braden Milford noticed the creeks running orange and red. “It’s visually stunning so I started doing research why does the water look this way,” said Braden Milford, a senior at Cascia Hall. He researched the amount of heavy metals in the water streams…

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You love that dirty water. But how dirty is it really?

You love that dirty water. But how dirty is it really?

In 1965, the water in the Charles River was so dirty that The Standells wrote a song about it. It was the same year the Charles River Watershed Association launched the first major effort to improve the quality of the river, which had been polluted by raw sewage and rainwater that flowed from old drainage pipes in Boston Harbor. Now the “Dirty Water” Boston sports fans have come to love could soon host its first…

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Cooper makes pair of international operation executive changes – Tire Business

Cooper makes pair of international operation executive changes – Tire Business

8/30/2018 Updated 8/30/2018 Email Print FINDLAY, Ohio — Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. has made two leadership appointments covering its international operations, promoting Luis Ceneviz to senior vice president and president, International, and re-hiring Alan Yang as vice president and general manager-Asia. Mr. Ceneviz, senior vice president and managing director-Europe and Latin America, will assume his new position Oct. 1, while More Polls> …

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Natural gas is helping air quality in California, and what WV has a stake in it

Natural gas is helping air quality in California, and what WV has a stake in it

The Greater Los Angeles Basin has long been known for its urban smog. But in recent years the entire region has made great strides in reducing a specific type of air pollution — particulate matter — by targeting industrial and commercial generators at the source. Surprisingly, the lynchpin of their comprehensive, alternative energy efforts has not been renewable solar or wind power but natural gas. To be sure, the transition to renewable energy sources is…

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Developers cited for sending dirty water into Fort Lauderdale storm drains

Developers cited for sending dirty water into Fort Lauderdale storm drains

Developers at five downtown properties were cited with warnings Thursday for allowing dirty runoff to reach storm drains, as officials investigate a murky plume of gray in the New River. The milky cloud appeared in recent days in the heart of downtown, mostly between Andrews and Third avenues, residents said. The downtown is busy with construction cranes, as contractors add high-rises to the skyline. City and county officials checked construction sites on Wednesday and Thursday…

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Detroit Schools Shutting Off Drinking Water

Detroit Schools Shutting Off Drinking Water

  The Detroit school district is shutting off drinking water to all of its schools, after test results found elevated levels of lead or copper in 16 out of 24 schools that were recently tested. “Although we have no evidence that there are elevated levels of copper or lead in our other schools where we are awaiting test results, out of an abundance of caution and concern for the safety of our students and employees,…

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