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Mangalore, March 3, 2013 The Hindu Family members of Babu Naik, showing the borewell spot, at Perlapu village, in Uppinangadi, in Dakshina Kannada...Manjunath One in four borewells drilled have failed to yield water in the region In cruel irony, it
Comment will be accepted until March 27 on the Draft Interim Corrective Action Decision for the former El Paso Terminal Facility, also known as the former McPherson Terminal. History The site on the southern edge of McPherson, on the west side of
In order to save water, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to recycle grey water from housing societies. Speaking to mediapersons on Friday, officials from BMC's sewerage department said the corporation will treat grey water for
The three-hour workshop was the first of many the civic body plans to organise to train 4,000 seniors in rainwater harvesting over the next two years. At the workshop, 55 seniors were told why rainwater harvesting was necessary and how to do it. "
City officials said it could be summer before the well is operating again at a cost of $2.6 million. City engineers measured manganese levels in city Well 30 on Davis' west side at 1,700 parts per billion, far exceeding the maximum 50 parts per
At its meeting Tuesday, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to consider a faster system for testing water quality at beaches. Under a proposal by Supervisor Greg Cox, the board chairman, the county would start a yearlong study of a
Soil pollution is the topic Wang Mingwen has been preparing for the coming two sessions. "With the heated topic of airborne pollution and the recent groundwater pollution, the Environmental Protection Ministry must be under great pressure this year,"
China's environment ministry has acknowledged the existence of "cancer villages", several years after widespread speculation first began that polluted areas were seeing a higher incidence of the disease. The use of the term in an official report,
According to Deng, the practice of pumping polluted water underground has been going on secretly for many years in Hebei and Shandong provinces. The CEO of China's tea city website (www.ntea.cn), Jiang Rongsheng, posted on his Weibo that when he was
Arsenic and lead poisoning is taking its toll on human health and has caused silent epidemics in the province but not a single intervention has yet been introduced by the government to address the issue, experts said while sharing findings of their