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The head of the EPA recently made a stance on what he feels the nation’s focus should be on: potable water, not climate change. In his recent interview stated that “1,000 children die every day worldwide because they don’t have safe drinking water.” The interview comes just ahead of a new international clean water program the former coal lobbyist and current agency head will soon roll out. According to the World Health Organization, roughly 2 billion people around the world use a drinking water source contaminated with feces, causing...

A new study from USC has stated that antibiotic-resistance can now be spread through wastewater treatment plants. The study found that if bacteria in wastewater treatment plants are exposed to just one type of antibiotic, they can actually develop resistance to several drugs. Then ultimately affecting the human body. Many people view the world we live in as a “post-antibiotic world” or wish we lived in a world without antibiotics or other medications. They also feel we as humans are reaching a scary place where we can no...

CLEARWATER, Fla. – Perma-Liner™ Industries, LLC. (“Perma-Liner”), the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America, is introducing a new safety product for the market – the Manhole Edge Protector (“MEP”). This product was created, designed and manufactured in the U.S. and offers ultimate fiber optic protection. “We are excited to introduce this state-of-the-art product that will provide more safety when working with manholes,” said Rishi Vasudeva, business excellence manager at Perma-Liner. “Safety is our industry’s primary standard and our Manhole...

Ground water levels have been declining, much like the river’s surface flows that once flowed into the Gulf of California. Some of the declines may be due to drought, some to overpumping and some to the loss of agricultural runoff as farmers become more efficient. Researchers warn that a groundwater “depletion zone,” where levels have dropped too far to support riparian vegetation, is extending both upriver and downriver from an area near the border. Such zones are created when the groundwater pumped out exceeds what is replaced,...

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