Drinking water in England was rated as very high-quality last year, despite the challenges of the pandemic, and property owners on the Isle of Wight are being encouraged to do their bit to keep it that way.
The annual drinking water quality report, published by the Drinking Water Inspect
Earlier this month, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared December 2021 as “Christmas Tree Month” in Michigan.
It’s a move that makes sense — the Christmas tree industry provides jobs and bolsters the national and state economy.
“ Michigan’s integrated netwo
Lake Mead is shrinking. Last seen full in 1983, a 157 foot “bathtub ring” of salty white mineral deposits is the visible record of a slowly unfolding crisis. For the first time ever, federal officials have declared an emergency water shortage for the Colorado River. Nevada’s water cuts w
City Hall is now open for limited services and hours! Visitors are required to wear a mask. See COVID-19-related city information on vaccines, response (with status of facilities), community resources, business resources and updates.
Snow, ice and freezing temperatures have hit the
Mixed metals may be in vogue for home decor, but they’re a definite faux-pas when it comes to one very important home feature — plumbing. For the novice do-it-yourself homeowner, it’s easy to believe that replacing a pipe or tube simply comes down to choosing the correct size, length and
An innovative technological solution has overcome flexible pipe corrosion cracking in high CO2 content fields, including Brazil’s pre-salt offshore developments. The new pipe system is verified to extend service life by at least 50%, compared to standard flexibles.
In 2017, the Brazil
According to the latest report by IMARC Group, titled “Oman PVC Products Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026,” the Oman PVC products market share reached a volume of 78,461 Tons in 2019. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a synthetic resin made from th
The Christmas holidays mean you will probably spend some time outside doing your garden. Although most parts of the country have experienced very welcome rain it is always wise to save water.
Maintain a tip-top (water-wise) lawn Rolling green lawns that take huge amounts of water and m
A new study by scientists at MSU and the U.S. Geological Survey’s Great Lakes Science Center in Millersburg says behavior-altering chemicals produced by sea lamprey may decrease the invaders’ populations in the Great Lakes.
LANSING — Behavior-altering chemicals produced by sea la
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