Amputation at El Paso Plant Says OSHA Fines of $ 412,000

Biz / Tech EL PASO, Texas – A horrific incident sparked an OSHA investigation and 17 citations for safety breaches that contributed to a metal stamping plant accident in El Paso, resulting in the loss of two fingers of a worker. The federal agency on Monday fined D&D Manufacturing Inc. …

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Burnt: why waste incineration is harmful

Wheelabrator Saugus Incineration Plant in Saugus, MA Since the Biden administration took office, Congress has been considering bills to fund infrastructure, tackle plastic pollution, and fight against climate change. While legislative action is welcome, Congress must avoid ideas disguised as environmental advances that truly threaten public health and the environment. …

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Dikes, storm barriers and sponge parks: how can cities prevent flooding?

The devastating floods that have hit Germany and Belgium are a stark reminder of the dangers the low-lying cities of the world face, as climate change brings more extreme weather conditions. Research has shown that a warmer atmosphere can hold more moisture, paving the way for sudden torrential rains that …

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Porters PEST Biofertilizers Market Size Regional and Country Revenue Analysis and Forecast to 2028

Reports and Data’s latest report is a comprehensive study of the Biofertilizers market and provides accurate market projections, as well as key insights into current and future market trends. The Biofertilizers industry analysis report highlights key products and services available in this market. Key aspects of the industry including forecast …

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MMCA Gwacheon transforms into a space for humans, animals and plants

The entrance to the exhibition “ARTificial Garden, the Border Between Us” at MMCA Gwacheon (MMCA) A large magnolia tree stands in front of MMCA Cheongju in North Chungcheong Province. The tree became sick in 2019 and will be cut as soon as it is now dead. Artist Han Seok-hyun revitalized …

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Jackson Woods Update | The news of the link

Kathy buchan Jackson Woo’s Friendsds Hello everyone, Just a few updates on Jackson Woods. Our Trex bench features a new educational sign telling park visitors that plastic can be recycled and turned into something useful. The butterfly garden is thriving and sitting on the bench is a good way to …

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Put flowers in your house

An interior design expert guides you through eye-catching floral arrangements to add beauty to your home A striking assortment of flowers in white and pink hues is a must-have arrangement of summer and monsoon flowers that thrive in shade. The widely used flowers are carnations, gerberas, roses, baby chrysanthemums and …

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Plants to bring you a glorious fragrance all year round | Gardening tips

Shundred is arguably our most instinctive of our senses, with the power to instantly bring us back to childhood and transform our mood with a single fleeting puff. Perhaps this is why it is difficult to measure and is the least scientifically studied of the senses, especially when it comes …

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Mexico City cleans up ‘floating gardens’ dating from the Aztec era

The people of Mexico are working to clean up one of the city’s most popular historic sites, the “Floating Gardens” of Xochimilco, one of the few remaining canals dating back to Aztec times. The UNESCO World Heritage Site still retains much of its pre-Hispanic styles, but is under pressure from …

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Florida submerged by red tide – but is spill from fertilizer factory making it worse? | Florida

Stacks of dead fish, dolphins, turtles and manatees are rotting on the shores of coastal Florida in a soup of reddish-brown seawater after a devastating “red tide” algal bloom struck marine life in the area. St. Petersburg, Florida city council called for a state of emergency last week, saying crews …

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