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Beeville, TXmysoutex.com

Mayor Dominguez seeks infrastructure improvements

Mayor Francisco Dominguez Jr. moved back to his hometown of Beeville in 2016 and has been striving to do what is best for his community. “I am always trying to make the best decisions with all the issues that come up for the council,” he said. “I’m not in it for anything else. I think each councilman has their own area of expertise or what they’re passionate about, and the financial side is definitely one of my strongest points because of my experience.”
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‘Water Is Smelly’: Drinking Water Has Johnstown Residents Concerned About Safety

JOHNSTOWN, Colo. (CBS4) – An unpleasant taste and smell in the drinking water has some people living in Johnstown concerned while the town rushes to finish constructing the eventual solution. (credit: CBS) At Hays Market, gallon jugs of drinking water have been flying off the shelves for the better part of two weeks. According to grocery manager Daniel Gehring, the store has gone from ordering several cases of water to palates of it, and not because of the hot weather. “The town’s water is smelly, funny and has a dirt taste to it, so people are buying the heck out of the gallon...
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Sioux Falls, SDdakotanewsnow.com

Behind the scenes: Inside the Sioux Falls water treatment plant

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Imagine living in Sioux Falls in the 1880s when your water supply from the city often included sand and shells in the untreated water. By the early 1900′s Sioux Falls had its first water treatment plant which continues to meet the needs of a growing community. Environmental Engineer Tim Stefanic says we have a supply from several sources.
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Could ‘Sponge Cities’ Help Us Prepare For Our Flooded Future?

Extreme weather, a changing climate, and impervious streets and roads have combined to create an urban disaster. The past month has seen some of the worst flooding news in decades. Headlines like ‘Death toll rises and thousands flee homes as floods hit China, ‘Flagstaff declares state of emergency as devastating floods hit Arizona’, and ‘Scores Die in India as Monsoon Rains Swamp Towns and Send Boulders Tumbling’, all underscore the urgency of our climate emergency. And recent videos from cities in Belgium, Germany and the Philippines, in addition to London, New York, Zhengzhou, and Wellington, play out a worryingly-familiar scene – urban landscapes submerged in flood waters; their critical infrastructure rendered useless.

Banana Peel Water for Plants

AdvertisementsOn July 19 2021, a Facebook user in the group “Creative Gardening” shared their experience with “banana peel water” (also called “banana peel tea,”) including a photograph of their plants, apparently thriving thanks to the purported “gardening hack”:. Hello all. This is my basil and herb garden. I want to...
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Virginia plans to reduce water pollution and increase clean water access

RICHMOND, Va. (WDBJ/Governor’s Office Release) - Virginia plans to allocate $411.5 million in federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding to reduce water pollution and increase access to clean water across the Commonwealth, according to Governor Ralph Northam. The proposal is designed to make substantial investments in aging water systems and improve drinking water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure.

Drinking water quality sees benefit of new Fargo treatment plant

FARGO — Fargo's Water Utility Director Troy Hall, whose department recently released its annual report, believes the water quality is pretty much "right where we want it." The department mailed postcards to residents about the report, but it's a bit cumbersome to understand and many probably didn't look it up online.
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Yearslong effort to fund Delaware clean water program finally pays off

Seven years after it was first proposed, state lawmakers have finally approved legislation to fund better protections for Delaware waterways and to rebuild drinking water infrastructure. In 2014, then-Gov. Jack Markell called the state of Delaware’s waterways “unacceptable” and “embarrassing.” He proposed a $45 annual fee for residents and up...

Top 10 Best wooden hot tub Reviews

7 PERSON HOT TUB: The SaluSpa Helsinki Hot tub measures 71 inches wide and 26 inches high, making it great for up to 7 adults and heats up quickly to a soothing 104 degrees with 81 air jets to surround you in a relaxing massage. HEAT YOUR WATER UNTIL IT'S...

Top 10 Best shock treatment for hot tub Reviews

BENEFITS: Oxidizer that clears cloudy water; eliminates odors and contaminants; destroys microorganisms, soaps, deodorants and oils; buffered to prevent pH fluctuations; Prevents chloramine build up. USE: Use weekly as part of the Leisure Time Simple Spa Care program or after every use when using the Reserve & Renew system; not...

Lenzing pumps GBP20m into UK wastewater treatment plant

With the implementation of the project, Lenzing has biological wastewater treatment plants at all production sites in accordance with the quality standard of the best available technology (BAT). The plant design with new technology, which was developed as part of a research project, meets all requirements of British regulations and is supported by the local authorities.

Floodplain changed after Dover Ditch restoration

A picturesque wetland filled with vibrant flora and wildlife resides behind Evergreen Westlake Cemetery. Once a flood basin, about a half-mile of Dover Ditch has been restored into a natural stream with a budding habitat. The restoration project was nearly a decade in the making. “This project was really unique,”...