Disasters

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  • 25 Nov 2007- 22:33 by Local Press Report Energy Recovery, Inc. (United States) — Energy Recovery, Inc. has won an energy recovery contract for the 55,000 cubic meter per day Uramin desalination plant in Namibia. The plant initially will supply 20 million cubic meters of water per year for the
  • 25 Nov 2007- 22:33 by Local Press Report Norway, LYSAKER ABN Newswire (Australia) — International engineering and construction services form Aker Kvaerner provided funds for a mobile well drilling rig to supply safe water in Cabinda. Aker Kvaerner raised money for the project in partnership with
  • 8 Oct 2007- 10:09 by Local Press Report TEL AVIV, Israel Jerusalem Post (Israel)/Jordan Times — Israel's Environment Ministry is denying reports from environmentalists that Israeli beaches have high levels of pollution. Rani Amir, director of the Environmental Protection Ministry's marine
  • 17 Sep 2007- 10:09 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united arab emirates, ABU DHABI, NAMIBIA, WINDHOEK — The UAE Ministry of Energy has announced its 2008-2010 strategic plan, consisting of 16 key initiatives and 25 supplementary initiatives, including a project to develop a comprehensive database on
  • 10 Sep 2007- 10:09 by Local Press Report NAMIBIA, WINDHOEK Namibia Economist — Uranium mining company UraMin and the Namibia Water Corporation (NamWater) are developing a desalination plant at Trekkopje at an estimated cost of $142 million USD, according to NamWater CEO Vaino Shivute. The plant
  • 3 Sep 2007- 00:11 by Local Press Report NAMIBIA, WINDHOEK The Namibian — The proposed site for a new desalination plant near Wlotzkasbaken has gotten a favorable assessment. The project faced little opposition at a recent public information hearing on the plant, which would supply water for the
  • 16 Apr 2007- 10:08 by OOSKAnews Correspondent JERUSALEM- Israeli authorities are showing mounting concern about the extent of pollution of water reservoirs from filling stations, air bases and other fuel storage facilities across the country. The leading daily Ha'aretz reported that records
  • 26 Feb 2007- 09:08 by OOSKAnews Correspondent AMMAN, Jordan — The World Bank already is starting to slip behind its own deadlines in launching a $15.5 million USD feasibility study of the proposed Red Sea-Dead Sea canal project. Before the first shovel of dirt is turned, the project to build a