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more than 1 gallon per second -- was leaking into Bradley sewers near Cardinal Drive and costing the village money, but thanks to a recent state grant, that problem is being fixed, Mayor Bruce Adams said at Monday's village board meeting.
Culbertson said he told the Horry County Clerk of Court's office that he wanted a panel of at least 60 people from which lawyers could select a jury. They need to summon about 200 to find at least 60 qualified candidates, Culbertson said. The clerk's
News Cal Poly has a new, eco-friendly way to provide water for some of its livestock. A new rainwater harvesting system will capture rainwater from the rooftops at Cal Poly's Beef Center and store it in four, 74,000 gallon tanks for use in the summer.
The pollution-mapping project to identify the sources of river pollution in the country is expected to be completed by the end of this year, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Datuk Seri Douglas Uggah Embas said Thursday. He said the
Walvis Bay, Namibia Parched and angry, a crowd of women gathers at the water collection point in Walvis Bay. This dusty fishing town on the Atlantic coast is in water crisis mode, again, after massive floods swept away the electrical lines that power
September 5, 2012 The Hindu Freshwater is a breeding ground for dengue-causing mosquitoes and this is the season for the disease...Ganesan Freshwater is a breeding ground for dengue-causing mosquitoes and this is the season for the disease Last week,
As environmental disaster sites go, it doesn't look like much. A scattering of rusting wellhead covers and a machine noisily sucking hydrocarbon vapors from the earth scarcely hint at what has grown into a $50-million headache. But nearly 500 feet
Polluted water in the Gaza Strip is seriously affecting people's health and the situation looks set to get worse, the UN warns in a new report ...Clean water is limited for most Gazans to an average of 70-90 litres per person per day, compared to the
Rick Egan Tribune file photo) The Book Cliffs area south of Vernal is proposed for the nation's first commercial tar sands mine. Environmentalists oppose the project warning of water pollution. But the state and company behind the project say there
The Record DuPont is just weeks away from launching another study to see if injecting a form of food into the soil to spur microbe growth could be the long-sought solution to clean up contaminated groundwater beneath some 450 homes in Pompton Lakes .