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Tennessee Valley Authority officials have reported finding elevated levels of tritium in a groundwater sample taken from a monitoring well at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant. - http://timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/20/tritium-detected-sequoyah-groundwater-monitoring-w/
This report estimates the economic and job creation impact of a major investment in water infrastructure in the United States. This number—$188.4 billion—is based on the level of investment necessary, as estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency, to manage stormwater and preserve water quality across the country. We find that an investment of $188.4 billion spread equally over the next five years would generate $265.6 billion in economic activity and create close to 1.9 million jobs. - http://www.greenforall.org/resources/water-works
Narsi wants to discuss Green discovery uses waste glass to clean up water 5 years ago
Green discovery uses waste glass to clean up water - http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/10/111006122211.htm
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Crops are wilting, schools have shut their bathrooms and government officials are bathing in lagoons because of a severe shortage of fresh water in a swath of the South Pacific. - http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia-pacific/bottled-water-provides-only-relief-for-some-in-drought-stricken-south-pacific/2011/10/04/gIQAD3tiJL_story.html
Nestle has received the 2011 Stockholm Industry Water Award as recognition of its work to improve water management and performance in its operations.
Nestle is one of the largest food companies in the world, employing around 280 000 people in over 100 countries. Over the past decade, Nestle has reduced the total water withdrawals by over 30%, more than doubled the water efficiency of their internal operations and made significant reductions in the quantity of wastewater discharged into the environment.
http://www.edie.net/news/news_story.asp?id=20680&title=Nestle scoops 2011 Stockholm Industry Water Award
GE, others invest in wastewater bioreactor
General Electric, NRG Energy, and ConocoPhillips, through their joint venture firm, have invested in a new kind of wastewater treatment technology.
They're backing Israel-based Emefcy, developer of the Megawatter System, which uses bacteria to turn a regular wastewater treatment plant into an electricity-producing bioreactor that produces both clean water and electricity.