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  • Climbing the Solar Energy Ladder – New approach for energy-starved rural poor

    Access to electricity is crucial for sustainable economic development. Yet 1.3 billion people around the world live without basic access to electricity. Many of these people rely on unhealthy polluting kerosene lamps for nighttime lighting. Those with access to electricity in the developing world often rely on coal- or diesel-based grid power. ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • 10 precautions to take when working at heights

    Elevated falls are often the most serious and cause more severe injuries, join us in taking precautions when working at heights Planning on doing some work around your home? Maybe it’s time to clean the gutters or hang holiday decorations. Or perhaps you need to reach those boxes you’ve tucked away in the attic. All these activities involve working at heights. This November, ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

  • Gender, education, background and career progression: case study of Radcliffe College graduates

    This study explores the professional development of female graduates of Radcliffe College, an Ivy League college in the USA. A secondary statistical analysis of the 1977 Radcliffe Centennial Survey shows how changing social, political, institutional, and economic forces influenced the post-graduate career pathways of female alumnae. Independent of era, a Radcliffe degree could propel most women ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Climate Change - Right response for the wrong reasons?

    Simple questions don’t always have simple answers. Why is our climate warming? Clearly the most popular answer lies in the theory that a rise in greenhouse gases, particularly carbon dioxide is escalating the atmosphere’s insulating effect. We have Al Gore’s graph of CO2 increases to prove it, with recent years’ data climbing ladder high ...


    By Evolve Coaching

  • Tank Rehabilitation and Maintenance Case Study: Ware Shoals, SC - 250,000 Gallon Torus Bottom Elevated Tank

    After years of bidding one-time repaint contracts, the Town of Ware Shoals, SC found that their tank was receiving only limited "maintenance". The exterior of the tank had been overcoated multiple times, but lead primer below was still present. As the paint thickness built up, the Town discovered that they could no longer continue to add more coats of paint. As a result, the tank exterior would ...


    By Caldwell Tanks, Inc.

  • South Asia on the clean brick road

    South Asia's brick sector needs to retrofit its existing kilns with cleaner and more efficient technology, a recent (May 9—10) workshop in Kathmandu heard. Organised by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition, Mexico's National Institute of Ecology, and the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development in Nepal, the workshop was attended by entrepreneurs from Latin America, Africa ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Safety Shares Benefit Everyone

    Have you ever attended a meeting in your workplace that began with someone informally presenting a Safety Share? If you typically work in an office environment, you’ve probably wondered why your organization even requires these for non-field ...


    By EHS Insight

  • Diamondhead, MS - 500,000 Gallon Torus Bottom Elevated Tank

    The Village of Diamondhead, MS was very fortunate to have received a high quality paint job when their tank was first constructed in 1976. In 2009 when Caldwell was selected to perform the work on this project, the original paint system was still in place on the exterior of the tank, with only overcoats having been applied on top of it. However, the years had taken their toll and the lead primer ...


    By Caldwell Tanks, Inc.

  • The Four Seasons of Rainwater Collection – Ideas & Tips for Re-using Rainwater in Summer, Autumn, Winter & Spring

    Rainwater in the summer What’s next for this summer? If you run out of water during a dry spell, it’s the ideal time to inspect and clean your water butt or tank. It’s also the time when you should consider how you use your rainwater harvesting system and ideas you may have for modifying it. Modifying your system at a time when your tank is empty saves you ...


    By Gutter Mate Ltd

  • Safety corner - Ergonomic considerations for the wastewater treatment plant

    If you have ever had your golf swing assessed or changed the height on your desk chair, you have had an ergonomic experience. Ergonomics is an assessment of work spaces to reduce physical injury produced by repetitive job requirements. Ergonomics considerations cross every work type, from golf pros to lab technicians. Review of body mechanics while performing a job, with options of change to ...


    By GillTrading.com, Inc.

  • Living Smart in the Autumn

    Are You Ready for a Hurricane? The National Hurricane Center warns that the worst hurricane tragedies throughout history have been marked by a lack of education and preparedness. Reduce your risk of danger in a storm by following these hurricane safety tips: Know the risk of hurricanes in your area, and make plans accordingly. Work ...


    By SafetySmart

  • Managing RCRA statistical requirements to minimize ground water monitoring costs

    Abstract This paper will provide an overview of how ground water monitoring statistical choices can significantly impact a facility's ground water monitoring costs. For example, a recent study analyzed the long term ground-water monitoring cost impacts of different statistical analysis approaches on over 20 landfills. The study found that the choice of statistical approach can make over a ...


    By Sanitas Technologies

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