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Effective Environmental Services has introduced a new sludge remover for use in ponds and lakes.
JULIAN, W.Va., Sept.
Sludge from the spill at a coal-fired power plant in Tennessee can dry into dust containing dangerous levels of arsenic, mercury and radium, a study finds. The report on the Kingston power plant operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority was prepared by scientists at Duke University and published in Environmental Science & Technology, The (Nashville) Tennessean said. "Our study highlights the high probability that as the ash dries, fine particulates enriched with these elements will be...
Dangerous coal ash storage ponds are lurking in 26 US communities, according to the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday.
Protest Takes Place as Massey Energy Prepares to Blast Coal River Mountain; TheCLEAN.org Joins Local Groups in Calling for More Study of Risks at CRM, Other Sites Posing Kingsport-Like Dangers PETTUS, W.Va., Feb.
The federal government may soon begin regulating the disposal of some wastes from coal-fired power plants thanks to a bill filed on the heels of a major US coal ash spill.
DEP Acting Secretary Orders Additional Inspections Following Tennessee Coal Ash Disaster HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In the wake of a disastrous Dec.
CANONSBURG, Pa., Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Aquatech International Corporation, a leader in the field of desalination, water reuse, and zero liquid discharge, was awarded a Pretreatment System contract by Sandy Creek Power Partners, L.P.
By Spencer Hunt, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 23--Lime sludge from a Columbus water-treatment plant burst from a corroded pipeline and left a large, gray stain on the Olentangy River yesterday. The city uses lime to help remove dirt and aluminum sulfate from water so that it is safe to drink.
By Spencer Hunt, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 22--Lime sludge from a Columbus water-treatment plant burst from a corroded pipeline and left a large, gray stain on the Olentangy River today. The city uses lime to help remove dirt and aluminum sulfate from water so that it is safe to drink.
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