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“Eaton reported strong growth in the latest quarter for sales of electrical equipment used for oil and gas exploration and production, oil refining, mining and waste-water treatment.”
“The letter said plasma gasification plants are dangerous to nearby communities, and "have a history of operational problems, including explosions, cracks in the reactor siding due to high temperatures and corrosion, and leaking waste-water basins.”
“Lest many see this as progress, I am also reminded of the many thousands who died of typhoid in the "good old days" before lakes and rivers were "damaged" by the construction of water and waste-water treatment plants.”
“KKR's investment will allow us to achieve further growth at a crucial time in the development of the China waste-water treatment industry," said Lin Yucheng, chairman and chief executive of UEL.”
“But it was seeing the wetlands, modernized waste-water treatment plants and oil-drilling equipment used to find water, that most intrigued the couple.”
“Rules on waste-water disposal vary by state, and earlier this year several states, including Pennsylvania, urged the EPA to update its waste-water disposal standards.”
“Some waste water is reused or injected into underground wells, and some is sent to waste-water treatment plants.”
“Like all oversight of natural-gas development, waste-water disposal is actively regulated at the state level," said Daniel Whitten, a spokesman for America's Natural Gas Alliance.”
“Under the Clean Water Act, the EPA has authority for waste-water discharges to surface waters and municipal sewage-treatment plants.”
“In another instance, GE said refineries, petrochemical plants, and municipalities in the country are using the company's advanced waste-water treatment plants.”
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