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The Ridgewood News Ridgewood Water operations director Frank Moritz fielded questions this week from Glen Rock Mayor John van Keuren and Borough Council members regarding last month's shutdown of the system's Leigh well in Glen Rock, after a routine
Ground water stopped spewing out from nine spots in Olpad on Monday, much to the relief of local residents. However, high pressure spurting of ground water was reported from three new spots. A Director General of Hydrocarbon (DGH) team visited Olpad
Despite efforts to control the peculiar situation in Olpad, water woes continue to haunt people of the area. In fact, the situation worsened on Sunday with groundwater starting to spout from another area of the town late on Saturday night.
June 18, 2011 The Hindu Water was released from the Stanley reservoir in Mettur flows through the Karanampalayam bed regulator near Kodumudi in Erode district...Govarthan Putting water on the Concurrent List is not necessarily an act of
Levy said his company wants to remove any sediment that was deposited during the discharges, which state regulators allowed in a May 29 order to ensure the structural integrity of the huge former phosphate plant gypsum stacks. The company had cleaned
The study, funded by the water district, began in September 2008 at Integrated Device Technology, a semiconductor company in south San Jose, and continued for 18 months. The researchers tested the groundwater beforehand and did not find the chemical.
The contamination has largely moved north from the company's former location, now occupied by three-story town homes at the east end of Plymouth Avenue. But the contamination still presents the potential of toxic vapors being released into the air
The plan gained full approval in late May after HDR answered some final questions DEP had. The document is on today's Leon County Commission meeting agenda under status reports, but unless the commission decides to move the item to general business,
In a strange occurrence, the groundwater level has risen in Olpad town in Surat district. Water started to spurt from borewells and overflowed from wells in the town. Interestingly, the incident was not limited to one area, but everywhere in the town.
In the wake of complaints of water contamination and consequent health problems, the Coimbatore Corporation's health wing will lift samples of drinking water supplied in the city. A few days ago residents of Telengupalayam complained of sewage