The world will face a severe water crisis in less than 30 years if it does not reduce water-intensive electricity production, which will cause widespread drought, new research says.
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JULY 13, 2022 / 12:27 AM / CBS LOS ANGELES
Made of a biodegradable material that dissolves in boiling water, they’re designed to solve the waste problem of constantly outgrown baby clothes.
By Peter Chawaga
Though advocates have been pressuring federal regulators to impose stronger limits on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water and the environment, recent efforts to do so are raising questions about who will pay for the costs.
A study shows that yeast, an abundant waste product from breweries, can filter out even trace amounts of lead.
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Publication Date: June 13, 2022
The Macon Water Authority (MWA) in Georgia recently completed about $51 million worth of long overdue rehab work on its two wastewater treatment plants. A key change in the rehab was how MWA handles dewatering, moving away from belt presses to a rotary press product.
PFAS in Sewage Sludge, Industrial Wastewater Targeted for Rules
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