public well Articles

  • Treating Your Water with a Biological Filtration System

    Poor-quality drinking water can be an enormous hazard to your health. News stories in recent years have reported experiences of unfortunate individuals who have unknowingly consumed tainted or otherwise unsafe drinking water that included high levels of lead, calcium, arsenic, and other chemicals that have serious negative health effects. Before you take another sip of your water supply, consider ...

  • Water and environment in mass media

    We kindly invite you to take a stroll around the contents of Spanish general-interest media. How many themes related to environment did you see? And, from among them, how many were good news? Usually, except natural catastrophes, we can’t find so many news in the press related to the water and the environment on other season. Droughts and restrictions, eternal transfers in the Mediterranean ...


    By Toro Equipment S.L.

  • Papers sought for special journal issue on SEA in the private sector

    Papers are sought for a special issue of the journal Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal (IAPA) on investigating the use of Strategic Environmental Assessment in the private sector. Submissions are due by 30 October 2017. For more than a decade, Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) has been an integral part of legislation in the European Union and ...

  • Advantages of Advanced Water Treatment Solutions

    Various advanced water treatment solutions are available for households as well as all types of facilities and industries. Water filtration provides users with valuable benefits that many don’t realize yet. Here are some of the advantages of water treatment solutions like an arsenic treatment system. Improved Water Quality A good arsenic filtration system ...

  • Moderator shares how upcoming conference will foster development of new technologies in fractured rock

    Ken Goldstein, CGWP, will moderate a session titled “High-Resolution Characterization in Fractured Rock” at the upcoming 2017 NGWA Conference on Fractured Rock and Groundwater, October 2-3 in Burlington, Vermont. Goldstein is senior vice president, water and environmental systems at Louis Berger. He recently ...

  • Bacterial growth and biofilm formation in household-stored groundwater collected from public wells

    The research was aimed at assessing changes in the number of bacteria and evaluating biofilm formation in groundwater collected from public wells, both aspects directly related to the methods of household storage. In the research, water collected from Cretaceous aquifer wells in Toruń (Poland) was stored in a refrigerator and at room temperature. Microbiological parameters of the water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Public Involvement in Pollution Management

    Formal public involvement at the scoping and draft review stages is part of the Environmental Assessment process and is usually required for industrial projects. However, the wider use of participatory approaches in World Bank pollution management projects is still evolving. Public involvement in setting priorities for pollution management is no yet common although there is evidence that an ...


    By The World Bank

  • Latin America well-positioned for CDM

    The coastal desert of Colombia’s La Guajira state is a world away from Kyoto, the temperate Japanese city where representatives of 159 countries in 1997 signed the Kyoto Protocol on reducing greenhouses gases. The Caribbean laps against rickety settlements. Herds of goats range across scorching sands. Months, whole years, pass without rain. But Kyoto is well known to the inhabitants of La ...


  • Public reactions to the promotion of nanotechnologies in society

    What would be the reactions of the public if nanotechnologies do not contribute to the economic growth and societal well-being? Similar questions have led philosophers, cultural and social scientists to explore the ethical and societal implications of nanotechnologies. They often call for more realistic expectations with regard to the promotion of nanotechnologies in society. If governments, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The logistics of public participation in environmental assessment

    This paper starts by investigating the rationales for public participation in environmental assessment. It is contended that access to participation may refer both to means as well as ends; thus, some advocates of citizen participation favour involvement for social and or political reasons (i.e. the participation is the end in itself). However, the value of that participation may also, as we ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Will Public Visibility and Not Rules Shape Actions?

    We all know that the most effective way to get a company to do something is to require it to do it through regulations. While EHS or Sustainability Managers may want to achieve good things, there is nothing like a regulation to get upper management to open the purse strings and dedicate resources and labor to address a problem. Well, a new approach is being tried in recent years in some venues. ...


  • Is the public-private sector the place to be at this time?

    Public-private projects may not be for everyone, but they do deserve perusal. Given the current condition of the housing/construction industry, it is not surprising to find more developers eager to explore public-private sector development and revitalization opportunities. At www.Envirobidnet.com we have seen more interest from developers in the past six months than in our entire 15 years of ...


    By ENVIROBIDNET.com

  • Controlling pest birds in public schools

    Pilots, golfers, and virtually anyone who is responsible for the safety of others are concerned about dealing with “pest birds” effectively. They include pigeons, Canada geese, seagulls, starlings and others that contaminate and damage the various buildings in which we live, work, and play. Bird droppings have the potential to transmit over 60 known diseases, and they are also a safety hazard ...


    By Bird-B-Gone, Inc.

  • Landfill pumps for Gas well dewatering - Case Study

    AutoPumps Keep the Power On for Thousands of Florida Homes Waste Management's Springhill Regional Landfill near Campbellton, Florida generates "green" energy by extracting and burning the methane in landfill gas. Its $7 million landfill gas energy (LFGE) plant, with six large Caterpillar engines running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, is capable of producing 4.8 million watts of power. ...


    By QED Environmental Systems

  • Four steps for well owners to protect water wells, health during hurricane flooding

    The owners of private household water wells in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey flooding should act to address possible threats to their drinking water quality, the National Ground Water Association said today. If a well has been flooded: Do not drink the water or wash with it, but use an alternative supply such as bottled water Stay away from the well pump while it’s ...

  • Four steps well owners can take to protect their water wells, health during flooding

    The owners of private household water wells in areas of flooding should act to address possible threats to their drinking water quality, the National Ground Water Association said today. If a well has been flooded: Do not drink the water or wash with it, but use an alternative supply such as bottled water Stay away from the well pump ...

  • Determinants of performance management system in UAE public sector

    The e-performance systems can be an aid to help the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to prepare for the new challenges of the modern economic world. This study describes employee e-performance effectiveness within United Arab Emirates organisations and investigates of using manual and traditional performance system as well as the electronic performance system. Our research reveals that e-performance ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Analysis of expenditure on pharmaceuticals in the Spanish public health system

    In Spain, the social security (i.e., the public health system) budget relays on the local administrations of every region. From this budget, a very important amount of money goes to finance, totally or partially and medicines for people. If the administrations do not take this issue seriously, the expenses can be overwhelming. In this paper, a Spanish region called Asturias is analysed in terms ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Beyond inclusion: effects and limits of institutionalised public participation

    European institutions as well as member states have been recently promoting participatory procedures that are proclaimed to contribute to the legitimacy of political regimes and decision-making processes. Discussing three cases in the controversy over GMOs in the Czech Republic and France, this paper analyses participatory procedures as a power technique, and argues that they have a tendency to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Public participation: contributing to better water management

    In the context of the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD), public participation (PP) is viewed as a means of improving water management through better planning and more informed decision-making. The active involvement of all interested parties and influencers in the deliberation and decision‑making process is generally expected to foster an environment of accessibility, receptiveness and ...

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