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Is it a nuclear power plant? Behind the Beijing Olympics Big Air Shougang Stadium

But Beijing’s Big Air Shougang Olympic site is attracting attention for its much more avant-garde urban setting. Behind skiers launching down the 60-metre-high (196-foot) ramp are furnaces, tall chimneys and cooling towers on the site of a former steelworks that for decades contributed to the notoriously polluted skies of the …

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US Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Systems for Coal Power Plants Market Future Scope, Demands and Projected Industry Growth to 2027 – Instant Interview

Market for Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Systems for Coal Power Plant Market: Overview The global Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Systems for Coal Power Plants market report provides insights into the global industry including valuable facts and figures. This research study explores the global market in detail like industry chain structures, …

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Agriculture Secretary visits McCain’s Plover factory

For the City Times PLOVER – On February 4, McCain Foods USA welcomed Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Commerce and Consumer Protection Secretary Randy Romanski to its Plover processing plant. Secretary Romanski toured McCain’s factory operations and met with company executives to discuss trade-related issues and McCain’s commitment to sustainability. “We …

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Lightstone Capital Refinances NEXII-Certified Green Manufacturing Plants for U.S. Expansion Plans

$12 million in financing from Lightstone’s real estate debt platform supports expansion of sustainable building solutions andcreation of hundreds of green jobs in the United States Lightstone Capital, the real estate debt platform of stone of lightannounced today that it has provided a $12 million mortgage loan to support the …

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Conditions at GM plant in Mexico prompt labor challenge

SILAO, Mexico – When he got a job with General Motors in Mexico, Guillermo Ramírez thought it was his ticket out of poverty. But a decade later, Mr. Ramírez says he still does not earn enough to care for his three children. They eat at his mother’s house, while he …

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EPA to repeal Trump-era power plant rule

After a lengthy White House review, the EPA will today unveil a proposed rule restoring the legal basis for historical limits on emissions of mercury and other hazardous pollutants from power plants. If made final, the proposal could permanently end a battle that has raged on and off for more …

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Michigander Came to Oregon for the Plants: Horticulture Instructor Offers Fruitful Insights

Tonia Lordy works part-time in CCC’s horticulture department. Photo provided by Tonia Lordy. Have you ever wondered what some of the most unique features in horticulture are? The Clackamas Print had the opportunity to sit down with Tonia Lordy, who helps run a small nonprofit on campus that helps students …

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Morocco launches construction of COVID vaccine factory | News on the coronavirus pandemic

Morocco hopes the factory will produce 116 million units of vaccines by 2024; the ban on flights to the kingdom will end on February 7. Morocco has inaugurated the construction of a COVID vaccine manufacturing plant in partnership with Swedish company Recipharm, as the country also announced that it would …

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The best hanging plants for your home

For anyone who likes to fill their home with indoor plants but lacks floor or table space, there is a whole section of your rooms that is still available to help you create the lush environment of your dreams: your ceilings. With hanging plants, you can make the most of …

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South Philadelphia neighborhood steams over loud noise from Vicinity Energy plant

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A steam leak at a power plant in the Grays Ferry section of Philadelphia is causing quite a noisy problem for the neighborhood. Residents say they have faced constant deafening noise since Friday. “It’s boring,” said Leahanne Murray, who lives across from Vicinity Energy on the 2600 …

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