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  • Five Reasons Why Waste Water Treatment Can Be Good For The Environment By Jenny George
    Water is a precious resource that individuals make use for many day-to-day activities like garden watering, dish washing, laundry washing, bathing, and .... drainage solutions providers to install and maintain these facilities. If this is accomplished, water is reused, and the environment receives many advantages.

  • Reasons Eco-Friendly Computer Recycling is Important By Ali Khan
    One of the most pressing issue in today’s world is the environment. Everyone wants the environment to be pollution free so that the future generations .... services from Environment Agency is aimed towards reducing the pollution in the atmosphere hence contributing towards a better and sustainable future.

  • Why is recycling important and how it affects your personal life By Tions Werever
    People have only begun to understand the importance of environmental preservation in the past couple of decades. We’ve been neglecting our climate and .... salvage or recycling companies. So not only can you earn a little extra cash on the side, but you can also do good for your community and your environment.

  • Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe during Hurricane Season By Rental Power Solutions
    It’s that dreaded time of year again. The kids are back to school, and once again you get to wrestle with early mornings and post-Summer traffic jams. .... school! For emergency backup power solutions during this hurricane season, contact Rental Power Solutions at (305) 487-8760 or the RPS Contact Us page.

  • Florida Sinkholes Created By Phosphate Mining By Davey Crockett
    Florida citizens living near west-central Florida are no strangers to sinkhole formation. Unfortunately, sinkholes forming in west-central Florida are .... 1. Peace River Cumulative Impact Assessment - 2. Phosphate Mines. -

  • Florida Phosphate Mines Show Adverse Effects On Environment By Davey Crockett
    Florida phosphate industry mining practices reveal and how "they" adversely affect environmental aspects of Florida citizens’ surroundings for .... release-inventory/. 2. NCSU Water Quality Group. Human Impacts: Wetland Loss and Degradation. -

  • EPA Tightens Chokehold On A Bruised O&G By Rosemary Kim
    The Obama Administration is attacking one fuel at a time, the most recent being coal and natural gas, and now methane is next on the chopping block. Methane .... trying to do its job, but unless there’s collaboration, we’re borrowing from Peter to pay Paul. By Rosemary Kim, contributor for Industrial Motor Power

  • Florida Riparian Lands And Navigable Waterway Rights By Davey Crockett
    The Peace River Valley watershed with all its tributaries, streams, bogs, marshlands, springs, and aquifers is considered by the state of Florida to be .... Public Trust Doctrine: Historic Protection for Florida's Navigable -

  • Who Owns Florida's Natural Freshwater Resources? By Davey Crockett
    When consuming tap water at home, does one know or care where the water they consume is drawn from or originates? The water one drinks is usually pumped .... resources. Reference 1. FDEP - 2. Florida Faces Vanishing Water Supply : NPR.

  • Florida Phosphate Mitigation Dilemma By Davey Crockett
    Central Florida wetlands, bogs, marshes, springs, streams, and karst landscape cover valuable phosphate which the phosphate industry consumes for the production .... mitigation for Florida's wetlands - 3. NCSU - WETLAND MANAGEMENT.

  • Florida Landscape Management Is Necessarily Understood By Davey Crockett
    Landscapes disturbances made in central Florida’s landscape of karst rock are understood to have dire consequences due to possible sinkhole formation. .... development for phosphate mining in a karst setting in Florid, USGS - Survey Office of Groundwater. 4. Florida Department of Environmental Protection

  • Florida, Phosphate, and Phosphogypsum By Davey Crockett
    A gypstack starts with drag lines, pushing the original natural surface soils called "overburden" into large piles or mounds. Overburden is what .... for it with their health and tax dollars. Reference 1. Institute for Energy and Environmental Research 2. Environmental Protection Agency 3. USGS

  • Do Floridians Know About Phosphate Production’s Many Hazards? By Davey Crockett
    Florida’s phosphate industry creates many serious environmental impacts during the "wet" process in the production of fertilizer (1), including .... Management District, Swiftmud phosphate industry, toxic wastewater, wastewater treatment, phosphate industrys, phosphate productions, state requirements

  • Florida Residence Take FIPR Survey on the Phosphate Industry Practices By Davey Crockett
    Do Florida’s residents know about the phosphate industries abysmal practice of destroying Florida’s geographical environment for the phosphate some 40 .... States Geological Survey, (USGS) (2) Live Science (3) Businessweek (4) Florida Institute of Phosphate Research (5) Tampa Bay Times

  • Original Scientific Research, Global News and Commentary By John Hanson
    Monarch butterflies are notoriously choosy when picking out a spot to lay their eggs. Of all the plants in the world, only milkweeds pass muster. But monarchs .... however, whether or not the butterflies can actually detect those changes is unknown, "but it would be surprising if they couldn’t," Hunter says.

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