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Mekorot refused to comment. The company noted the decision was based on political considerations. "Vitnes strictly maintains its integrity and obeys international law," said the statement. (Hillel Posek and Michal Margalit)
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Chinese engineers at the proposed multi-million dollar hydropower project on Taveuni. While relevant authorities have yet to confirm the number of locals to be employed, they have confirmed the engineers would arrive in the country next week. Acting
The initiative's regulators and utilities found the region has been consuming an average of 800 million gallons a day from the aquifer, a volume predicted to hit 1.1 billion in 20 years. But pumping more than 850 million gallons could degrade springs
No one weighed it all, but between half a ton and a ton is pulled from the average basin, said James J. Roberts, chieftain of the New York's water and sewer systems, a position that comes with the title of deputy commissioner in the Department of
The effort will help reestablish frogs, newts, fish and birds in a healthy riparian environment. Streams and creeks nourish the mountains and serve every aspect within their ecosystem, said Debbie Sharpton, MRT executive director. When streams are
The city's sanitary and sewer system, taxes and building demolition were topics reviewed at Monday's 14-minute meeting of the Princeton City Council. Princeton City Manager Jeff Clawson gave an update on the sanitary and storm sewer plan which the
South Africa's 10.3 billion cubic metre groundwater resources are not being properly managed, according to a water expert...Operation and maintenance issues are depriving communities of accessible water and the economy of significant growth, Water
Topeka A proposal to transport water from the Missouri River to irrigate crops in western Kansas and replenish the Ogallala Aquifer was rolled out before state legislators on Tuesday. "It's exciting for the state of Kansas to be looking at this,"
That's the word from the City of Sacramento as a subtropical storm forecast to drop up to a half inch of rain moves into Northern California Tuesday. The claw, that motorized green waste machine that appears now every fall to scoop up leafy color,