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A Finnish team has demonstrated that the granulate processed from used car tyres is capable of acting as biofilter material in sewage treatment. The project, carried out by Finnish Tyre Recycling Ltd and Apila Group Oy at Heinola sewage works, showed
In addition to flood threats, a rain as heavy as predicted for Thursday night can wash pollutants from the ground into our drains, which flow into our creeks and ocean. Storm water runoff is when the storm water picks up contaminants that are on the
Frustrated by a lack of corrective actions, Yavapai County officials told residents of the Chimney Ranch Mobile Home Park in Mayer Monday that they will shut the park down Friday indefinitely until repairs are complete. An estimated 60-70 residents
People who draw their drinking water directly from Lake Whatcom are being advised to boil their water before consuming it, after sewage leaked into the water during a power outage Monday, Feb. 24, according to the Lake Whatcom Water and Sewer
SR160 million to carry out 250 research projects on water treatment technology...Providing clean water is one of the most important challenges facing the development plans in the Kingdom, he said, and pointed out that the demand for more water was
In January, residents saw their sewer billing change from a fixed-rate to a rate based on average use. The borough calculated how much water residents used in the first and third quarters to determine how much to charge for the sewer bill. The new
Nadawa are concerned about the stagnant water in a drain which they says is threatening their health. The drain, which also runs alongside a squatter settlement, is a breeding site for mosquitoes. "We're scared because of dengue fever which is on the
Up until the end of 2013, residents were billed a flat rate for sewer usage. Residents were charged on a per-gallon basis for water and those who, on average, consumed less than 300 gallons per day were charged $480 annually for their sewer usage.
The Spring Valley Council has authorized borrowing $300,000 from Spring Valley Bank to cover needed expenses for the access road to the west sewer interceptor. The city recently purchased a Vactor Truck, camera and backhoe at the expense of $259,612.
Now, with heavy rain forecast Thursday, flooding is a serious concern for suburban homeowners. Experts say a few preventive steps can help homeowners minimize the chance of water damage. This winter has been punishing on homes and local handymen say