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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
With a thorough and precise service and support system at its core, Ebara will continue to contribute to the development of Southeast Asia not only through pumps, but also centrifugal chillers as well. Ebara was the first company in Japan to
Diablo Canyon is looking at ways to reduce its impact on the environment and meet state impact standards...The State Water Resources Control Board mandated that all power plants along the coast in California that cool ocean water have to reduce their
The Harold Washington Library will get $6 million in repairs. Sun-Times Updated: October 25, 2013 10:42PM Chicago's showcase Harold Washington Library is in line for a $6 million facelift including a new roof, generators, heating and cooling systems
A state health official say there is no need for the public to alter its daily activities after an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in Florence. Assistant State Health Officer Karen Landers made the comment Tuesday after positive cultures for
Alabama public health officials say they're investigating at least 10 cases of Legionella pneumonia in northwestern Alabama. Alabama Department of Public Health officials said Monday they've also looking into five possible cases in the Florence area.
An earlier artist impression of the Square Kilometre Array core site in Western Australia. Anyone who has ever nursed a laptop knows that computers kick out a hell of a lot of heat. So imagine how much is generated by the Pawsey Centre supercomputer: