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  • From CNBC: There may still be upside for crude oil prices even if the market appears to be let down by a production cut extension by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), a analysts said Friday. On Thursday, OPEC announced it would extend cuts in oil output by nine months to...
  • Adapt from Financialexpress: A waste management plant for the recycling of Construction and Demolition (CD) waste will come up in Gurugram, in a bid to prevent air pollution. The foundation stone for the same was laid in Basai here today by Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) Commissioner V Uma S...
  • From Hindustan Times: After giving the ambitious coastal road project its green nod last week, the Central government has now cleared the decks for construction of sewage treatment plants (STPs) in the coastal regulation zone (CRZ) I. This has paved the way for the civic body’s Rs1,800-crore Malad...
  • From Biomass: Alberta generates approximately 4 million metric tons of solid organic waste (SOW) per year, most of which is landfilled. This waste, with significant energy content, decomposes to generate leachates and methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Conversion into valuable products would reduce t...
  • From vnnshop.vn: Environmental pollution is a concerning issue and seeking measures to cope with the issue is an urgent matter in the upcoming time. The statement was made by chairwoman of the HCMC People’s Council Nguyen Thi Quyet Tam at a conference on urban waste management on Friday. At the ev...
  • From CTPost: STRATFORD — Imagine a box 66 yards long, wide and tall. Fill it full of sand. Now move that box 33 miles up the coastline. Thats essentially what will happen this fall and winter when the biggest dredging project the Housatonic River has seen in more than 40 years is scheduled to star...
  • From OTC Show Daily Newspaper: As the offshore industry looks to the future, its understandable that it should take stock and ask itself whether there are improved ways of doing things and how it can be more operationally and cost efficient in the future. Operators have questions about their ability...
  • From Sun Sentinel: Over the decades, billions of gallons of partially treated sewage have flushed their way from South Florida toilets to the Atlantic Ocean. Six plants jettisoned wastewater from outfall pipes in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, releasing massive clouds that cause the su...
  • From US NEWS: SEATTLE — King County officials say the states largest sewage treatment plant is on track to resume normal operations by the end of this month. The county-run facility has been running at limited capacity since a Feb. 9 electrical failure resulted in catastrophic flooding that damage...
  • From Michigan Radio: Peoplewalking near part of the Flint River will see, and likely smell, a major dredging project this summer. About a quarter mile segment of the Flint River will be dredged to remove tons of soil contaminated with coal tar from a gas plant that closed a century ago. The plant op...
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