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MAWANI, REVIVA ink contract to set up waste recycling complex at Jeddah Port

Eye Of Riyadh 24 Jun 2024
(SIRC), signed today, June 23, a contract to establish a marine and industrial waste recycling complex at the Jeddah Islamic Port ... In addition, it will contribute to industrial maintenance services, ...
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Mawani & Reviva to set up waste recycling complex at Jeddah Port

GCC Business News 24 Jun 2024
... Services (Reviva), a subsidiary of the Saudi Investment Recycling Company (SIRC) Group, have signed an agreement to establish a plant for recycling marine and industrial waste at Jeddah Islamic Port.
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Worst rivers in the country are so contaminated they could make people ill

AOL 24 Jun 2024
They tested for levels of two polluting nutrients, nitrate and phosphate, which are commonly found in domestic and industrial waste, sewage and in the fertilisers that wash off farmland.
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Foam spotted on Indrayani River ahead of Pandharpur Palkhi

Hindustan Times 24 Jun 2024
According to officials, untreated sewage and chemicals and toxic waste released by industries and laundries is the prime reason behind the pollution.
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Marathon To Warm Finnish Community Using Bitcoin Mining Waste Heat

Bitcoin World 24 Jun 2024
Marathon Digital Holdings is using waste heat from Bitcoin mining to warm a Finnish community for 11,000 residents ... Marathon To Heat Finnish Community Using Bitcoin Mining Waste Heat ... “One industry needs heat, while the other generates plenty of it.
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Sellafield pleads guilty to criminal charges over cyber security

Computer Weekly 24 Jun 2024
The Sellafield nuclear waste site has pleaded guilty to criminal charges brought by the industry regulator, admitting to significant cyber security failings over a four-year period that put sensitive information at risk.
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The return of toxic algae blooms exposes Florida’s failure. The federal EPA must act.

News-Press - Fort Myers 24 Jun 2024
Lucie estuaries, that pollution — high in nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen — comes mainly from agricultural, municipal and industrial runoff north of Lake Okeechobee.
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10,000 fires a year: Highly flammable lithium-ion batteries raise concerns

Interesting Engineering 23 Jun 2024
In Australia, waste management trucks witness more than 10,000 fires a year caused by lithium-ion batteries. The waste and recycling industry has warned that consumers could face severe consequences from this crisis.
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What Is the Opposite of Oil Drilling? – Michelle Nijhuis

Energies Net 23 Jun 2024
... in disposing of industrial waste in subterranean rock formations.
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Animal agriculture pollutes Iowa with impunity. Our lawsuit aims to change that.

Des Moines Register 23 Jun 2024
Operating as sewerless cities of densely packed livestock, Iowa’s industrial livestock operations produce 109 billion pounds of pathogen, nitrate and pharmaceutical-laden waste linked to everything ...
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Brooks incinerator submits plan to reduce mercury releases into Willamette River

Statesman Journal 23 Jun 2024
In June 2021, a Statesman Journal investigation determined that during a one-year period, Reworld accepted about 6,000 tons of industrial waste from businesses and organizations based in 19 Oregon ...
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Johannesburg’s landfills have less than three years of capacity left

Mail Guardian South Africa 23 Jun 2024
Some are expected to reach capacity earlier because solid waste like garden debris and industrial rubble are taking up space ... Subscribe ... ....
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Why monastrell is Spain’s monster hit

The Guardian 23 Jun 2024
A plague swept through the continent’s vineyards in the form of a root-eating louse, a small yellow aphid-like insect known as phylloxera, which laid waste to around three-quarters of the European vineyard.
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Barista finds success in recycled coffee beans

Taipei Times 23 Jun 2024
Staff writer, with CNA ... After opening Chang Coffee to help his parents sell their new crop, he said he soon found that the coffee industry was wasteful in how it used resources ... .
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