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Rubber granulate made from end-of-life car tyres may in future lend itself to applications such as wastewater treatment, say researchers.
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A Russian water supply utility has "hired" the crustaceans, Australian red claw crayfish, to test quality of treated wastewater before it is dumped into the Neva Bay.
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Wastewater from large dairy farms contains significant concentrations of estrogens, also known as feminizing hormones, that can persist for months or even years, says a study.
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A northeast Ohio well used to dispose of wastewater from oil and gas drilling almost certainly caused a series of 11 minor quakes.
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Pennsylvania`s natural gas drillers are still flushing contaminated wastewater into rivers.
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A team of engineers from the University of Virginia’s has proposed using wastewater as a solution to some of the environmental hurdles that come up in the production of algae-based biofuel.
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Civil engineering researchers in the University of Minnesota’s Institute of Technology have discovered high levels of plant-based estrogens, called phytoestrogens, in some industrial wastewater.
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 11, 2009, 10:58
University of Minnesota researchers say that certain industries may be a significant source of plant-based oestrogens, called phytoestrogens, in surface water.
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