A waste-water plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, Cádiz will be first in the world to convert sewage into clean fuel to be used in vehicles. Under the project, dubbed All-gas, the plant is using sunlight to create algae, which in turn is converted to gas.
Removing pharmaceutical products from water and sewage, so that uncontaminated water can be safely passed back into the environment is a costly and tricky task. A new process, using an artificial wetland and bacteria, is a promising alternative.
On Tuesday, the World Bank reported that it has approved a grant of US$6.4 million to improve water and sewage services in the Gaza Strip. The Islamic Development Bank will also donate US$11.14 million to the project.
The manholes in Jothiammal Nagar, Chennai, overflow and fill the streets with sewage. Garbage dumped by the residents is not cleared by the civic body. The area lacks even basic hygiene. Is this the way to live?
In Japan, a sewage treatment facility has yielded more gold than some of the world’s best mines! Probably resulting from the many precision equipment manufacturers nearby who utilize gold, a new sort of rush is on.
A health threat is looming over public beaches in Dubai as two brothers have fallen ill after they fell into the sea off Jumeirah. Attention is again being drawn to illegal raw sewage dumping into the water.
Sierra Blanca - In 1992 to 2001, New York-based Merco Joint Ventures spread treated sewage across 18,000 acres of land on the Mile High Ranch, 80 miles southeast of El Paso. The company went bankrupt in 2002, and the dumping stopped. Until now.
It was a nauseating flight from hell when 2 hours after takeoff the lavatories began overflowing. Raw human excrement flowed down the aisles. Passengers sat stunned & gagging from the overwhelming stench. A landing in Ireland fixed the problem, or did it?
A broken pipe has spilled 2 million gallons of raw sewage directly into the Hudson River just north of New York City early Saturday. Workers are scrambling the repair the break before the amount goes even higher.
The untreated urban sewage that flows into the Great Lakes each year are threatening a critical ecosystem that supplies water to millions of people, according to a study by a Canadian environmental group