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Three disused cooling towers are demolished in Didcot, watched by hundreds of people at the site, and many more online. Photograph: Greg Blatchford / Barcroft Media The towers come down at Didcot on 27 July. But why is the spectacle of massive modern
It was the kind of party Mike Murphy would have enjoyed. About 250 of Murphy's best friends gathered at Indian Summer Golf & Country Club late Sunday afternoon to praise him, toast him and remember him as a caring, fun-loving guy who was raised on an
Eighteen kilometers off Ahmedabad airport, two tall buildings rise out of literally nowhere. The twin towers with cobalt blue glass facades are anomalies in the otherwise brown, dusty landscape. At 122 metres and 28 floors high, the towers are the
Breaking news Channel Ten to axe Wake Up program; Early, morning and late news production to cease Friday Legionella pathogen thrives in windscreen wiper fluid, can find its way into vehicles, researchers say Updated May 21, 2014 12:05:25 The
ET GEA Group AG has sold its heat exchangers business to funds advised by private-equity firm Triton Advisers Ltd., the German maker of food processing machines said Wednesday. The sale is based on an enterprise value of approximately 1.3 billion ($1.
The Dartmouth Police Station is being shut down after the bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease was found in the hot water system, Police Chief Timothy M...Lee said an officer got sick about a month ago and was hospitalized. After tests showed
5 March 2014 1 View comments Some of Britain's eeriest underground wonders have been captured by a photographer with an obsession with the deep. Mike Deere, from Reading, Berkshire, crawls through sewers and mineshafts to snap the haunting images.
It's estimated that by 2030, the world's freshwater supply will outstrip demand by 40%. Instructor thinks his company's solution for treating wastewater from fracking high-volume hydraulic fracturing, which extracts oil and methane from deep shale
The city of Moscow is being asked to cool the temperature of its sewage before releasing it into a creek that flows into Washington. The city must cool the effluent processed in its wastewater treatment plant before releasing it into Paradise Creek
An official at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Clarksburg says small amounts of bacteria linked to Legionnaires disease has been found in the facility's water system...Johnson VA Medical Center director Beth Brown says no patients have contracted the