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Irrigation And Groundwater News ItemsTop local stories of 2017 - Hanford Sentinel12/18/2017 6:37:25 PM
Hanford Sentinel Top local stories of 2017 Hanford Sentinel The alleged discrimination is said to have happened not only at the Hanford plant, but also at Marquez facilities in Fresno, Sacramento, San Diego, Colorado , Nevada and Texas. Among the claims made in the complaint is that Marquez asked applicants ... and more »
Water experts: Drought, climate change require new ways of living in Colorado River basin - azcentral.com3/22/2016 1:21:45 PM
azcentral.com Water experts: Drought, climate change require new ways of living in Colorado River basin azcentral.com His district has invested $600 million in treatment plants allowing reuse for industrial uses, irrigation and groundwater replenishment. Since 1995 it has saved 165 billion gallons that Los Angeles otherwise would have dumped in the sea. “We all share ...
Surface Water Quality News ItemsWildfires Strain Water Resources: CU Study - Patch.com6/23/2018 1:18:51 PM
Patch.com Wildfires Strain Water Resources: CU Study Patch.com BOULDER, CO - From the University of Colorado Boulder: Wildfires can contaminate nearby streams and watersheds through the mobilization of sediments, nutrients and dissolved organic matter, straining the capabilities of downstream municipal treatment ... and more »
How wildfires contaminate drinking water sources - CU Boulder Today6/19/2018 9:58:33 AM
CU Boulder Today How wildfires contaminate drinking water sources CU Boulder Today The 2012 High Park Fire burned sections of the Cache la Poudre watershed, which serves northern Colorado communities including Fort Collins. That same year, the Waldo Canyon Fire burned through Pike National Forest, ... Current research indicates that ...
Children get hands-on lesson in Moab groundwater cleanup - Moab Sun News5/24/2018 1:06:53 PM
Moab Sun News Children get hands-on lesson in Moab groundwater cleanup Moab Sun News Moab Project employees who participated in the demonstration at the event at Colorado Mesa University included groundwater manager Ken Pill, senior program manager Joe Ritchey, and public affairs manager Honora Thompson. To demonstrate ...
StormCon Denver Conference Program is Now Available for the 17th Annual Industry Event - PR Newswire (press release)3/20/2018 1:17:10 PM
StormCon Denver Conference Program is Now Available for the 17th Annual Industry Event PR Newswire (press release) This year's conference and expo will be held at the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center, August 12–16. ... Featuring more than 200 classes led by the world's leading storm- and surface-water quality experts, the StormCon 2018 ... and more »
Climate models caution these African countries ahead of sea level rise threats - Ventures Africa2/26/2018 6:08:22 AM
Ventures Africa Climate models caution these African countries ahead of sea level rise threats Ventures Africa “This is almost certainly a conservative estimate,” Steve Nerem, a professor and research fellow at the University of Colorado's Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, said in a news release. “Our extrapolation assumes that sea ...
Lee Leffingwell says treated wastewater put into Colorado River is of higher quality than Lake Austin - PolitiFact1/21/2013 6:04:00 AM
Lee Leffingwell says treated wastewater put into Colorado River is of higher quality than Lake Austin PolitiFact According to a chart starting on Page 80 of the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards, Lake Austin and Lady Bird Lake in the city are rated as "high" quality segments for aquatic life, a utility assistant director, Daryl Slusher, noted, while the ...
Waste Water News ItemsThe economy is cruising. Will Trump's tariffs knock it off stride? - Washington Post6/21/2018 11:42:18 AM
Washington Post The economy is cruising. Will Trump's tariffs knock it off stride? Washington Post Sorghum farmers in Colorado have had to rethink their plantings in the face of retaliatory Chinese trade action. And Hovnanian, a New Jersey-based home builder, has been rattled by a sharp uptick in lumber ... Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), the panel's ... Fears growing that tariffs will knock economy off stride The Keene Sentinel all 2,762 news articles »
Foxconn investing in $30 million water recycling system - Colorado Springs Gazette6/19/2018 1:37:27 PM
Foxconn investing in $30 million water recycling system Colorado Springs Gazette Taiwan-based Foxconn announced that the "zero liquid discharge" system will virtually eliminate the return of manufacturing waste water into the nearby lake. Foxconn said in an emailed statement that the recycling system is expected to reduce water ... and more »
Edgewater City Weekly: June 15, 2018 - edgewaterecho.com6/16/2018 5:44:59 PM
edgewaterecho.com Edgewater City Weekly: June 15, 2018 edgewaterecho.com Do not waste water by letting it spray on concrete and asphalt. Repair leaking sprinkler systems within 10 days. ... Senior Trips: Come out and watch the Colorado Rockies take on the New York Mets. We still have spots available for the June 21st game.
Nederland launches pilot program to address homeless campers - The Denver Channel6/9/2018 2:03:09 AM
The Denver Channel Nederland launches pilot program to address homeless campers The Denver Channel See more 'Our Colorado ' stories here. DENVER -- People ... Boulder County is funding a part-time worker to go out and teach homeless campers about everything from campfire management to dealing with waste, water purification and wildlife. The outreach ...
9 things you do every day that you had no idea were hurting the environment - INSIDER6/1/2018 4:52:45 PM
INSIDER 9 things you do every day that you had no idea were hurting the environment INSIDER ... they slip through sewage filtration and water treatment systems. They are often mistaken for food and eaten by water organisms. So far California, Colorado , Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland and New Jersey are the states which have banned ...
Not so traditional farm animal reinventing farming - WXYZ5/31/2018 3:21:41 PM
WXYZ Not so traditional farm animal reinventing farming WXYZ Inside an ordinary building at Fyn River Farms in Loveland, Colorado is something extraordinary, perhaps the future of farming. “We are ... “It's efficient it's high output it's low input cost the cost of fertilizers is very low and waste water is very ...
SHARC Announces Agreement with Air Treatment Corp. to Represent Sharc Systems in Western USA and US Island ... - GlobeNewswire (press release)5/25/2018 9:43:13 AM
SHARC Announces Agreement with Air Treatment Corp. to Represent Sharc Systems in Western USA and US Island ... GlobeNewswire (press release) Under the terms of the Sales Agreement, Air Treatment has been authorized to sell Vancouver based SHARC products throughout the California, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Colorado , Hawaii, Nevada and, U.S. island territory of Guam in Micronesia, effective ...
Water Rights - Appropriations News ItemsAsked again about school staff referring students to ICE, DeVos says 'I don't think they can' - Chalkbeat Colorado6/5/2018 12:40:03 PM
Chalkbeat Colorado Asked again about school staff referring students to ICE, DeVos says 'I don't think they can' Chalkbeat Colorado It was an odd exchange before the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee, during a hearing that was meant to focus on budget issues but offered a prime opportunity for Senate Democrats to grill DeVos on other topics. Chris Murphy, a Democratic senator ... Federal Commission on School Safety | U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department of Education President Donald J. Trump is Taking Immediate Actions to Secure Our Schools Whitehouse.gov Betsy DeVos: School safety commission won't focus on guns CNN all 174 news articles »
Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Industrial Hemp Water Rights Act - Westword7/20/2017 4:43:54 PM
Westword Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Industrial Hemp Water Rights Act Westword Wedged into this bill was the Industrial Hemp Water Rights Act, a piece of bipartisan legislation introduced in part by Colorado senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner. The measure was designed to help clear up a legal quagmire regarding the use of ...