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Build houses now, fix pollution later, Labour to tell developers

The Times/The Sunday Times 22 Jul 2024
Developers will be able to start building housing projects that risk polluting rivers and work out how to deal with the problem during construction, under plans to unblock 160,000 homes ... Water pollution rules ‘are holding up 150,000 homes’ ... .
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Resolution of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on Further Deepening Reform Comprehensively to Advance Chinese Modernization

China Daily 22 Jul 2024
... risks ... We will establish systems for the coordinated treatment of new pollutants and management of environmental risks and make a coordinated push to reduce the discharge of various pollutants.
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Real-time water quality monitors installed at wild swimming spots in southern England

The Guardian 21 Jul 2024
AI-based system designed to help people assess immediate risk of getting ill from water polluted with bacteria Real-time ...
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Video: Youth dies while doing bike stunts for reels in Hyderabad

The Siasat Daily 21 Jul 2024
Hyderabad ... Also Read ... Citizens say despite repeated warnings and also crackdowns by police in all three police commissionerates, the problem remains, posing a risk to the lives of other road users and causing noise pollution ... .
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Millions of Californians live near oil and gas wells that are in the path of wildfires

The Los Angeles Times 21 Jul 2024
What's more, nearly 3 million Americans live within 3,200 feet of those wells, putting them at heightened risk of explosions, air and water pollution, infrastructure damage and other hazards ... It's not only California that is at risk however.
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5 Types Of Food Astronauts Avoid Eating In Space — And Why

Huffington Post 21 Jul 2024
Kloeis noted that “when ethanol gets in the air, it becomes a pollutant in the air system and then the water system.” But of course, even though it poses a risk, an unofficial bottle of liquor or two ...
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Noida: UPPCB points out rainwater harvesting system in parks

Hindustan Times 20 Jul 2024
The Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB), Noida, on Friday served a notice to the Noida authority, highlighting the possible risks of groundwater pollution due to the ongoing process to set up a rainwater harvesting system in parks.
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Reno's air quality heads to moderate level due to wildfire smoke from California

Reno Gazette Journal 20 Jul 2024
... index of 77 just before 6 p.m., which is acceptable but may put people who are sensitive to air pollution at risk, according to AirNow.gov.
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What 5G telecom towers can offer in China's digitalization

Beijing News 20 Jul 2024
... features an Internet of Things platform and AI analysis system supported by the 5G network, which can transmit and analyze the pollution and safety risk data of chemical enterprises in real time.
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Stunning coastal enclave is forced to shut down its beach for the whole SUMMER after ...

The Daily Mail 20 Jul 2024
Reports from the Ocean County Health Department, which indicated the excessive bacteria level could pose a risk to public health and safety ... The measure ensures that pollutants impacting bathing waters do not pose a health risk to the public.
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Taking a dip in dirty water? Here's how to tell if Oklahoma rivers, lakes are safe to swim

The Oklahoman 19 Jul 2024
Other options for swimming, like lakes and the sea, come with different pollution risks, which would-be swimmers have very little control over, like animal waste and other harmful substances seeping into the water.
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26.1% of Pennsylvania Rivers Are Too Polluted for Swimming

Potter Leader-Enterprise 19 Jul 2024
Pathogens from sewage spills, animal waste, fecal incidents, water runoff after heavy rain, and naturally-occurring organisms can all contribute to water pollution, leading to health risks for ...
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91.9% of Iowa Rivers Are Too Polluted for Swimming

Atlantic News Telegraph 19 Jul 2024
Pathogens from sewage spills, animal waste, fecal incidents, water runoff after heavy rain, and naturally-occurring organisms can all contribute to water pollution, leading to health risks for ...
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Is this Britain

The Daily Mail 19 Jul 2024
Officers had also met with site managers from Enzo's Homes multiple times on mitigation measures needed to minimise the risk of polluting the Dowlais Brook, a tributary of the River Llwyd.
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Across China: What 5G telecom towers can offer in China's digitalization

Xinhua 19 Jul 2024
... features an Internet of Things platform and AI analysis system supported by the 5G network, which can transmit and analyze the pollution and safety risk data of chemical enterprises in real time.
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