Disasters

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  • Full Story- A broken sewer line in Mexico caused a two million gallon sewage spill last week, County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health officials announced.
  • 17 Feb 2011- 11:15 by OOSKAnews Correspondent Mexico, MEXICALI A number of desalination projects are being planned in Mexico’s arid Baja peninsula, which is suffering from depletion of aquifers and water shortages. The head of Mexico’s National Water Commission (Conagua), José Luis Luege Tamargo,
  • 27 Jan 2011- 10:36 by Local Press Report SAN DIEGO, CA | Source: UPI UPI SAN DIEGO, CA | Source: UPI Millions of gallons of raw sewage from a broken pipeline at the Punta Bandera treatment plant in Baja, California is flowing down the Tijuana River to the Pacific Ocean. The sewage leak has led to
  • 20 Jul 2010- 20:20 by Local Press Report Mexico, SAN DIEGO, MERCEDES San Diego UnionTribune (United States) More than 2.1 million gallons of wastewater from Mexico flooded the Tijuana River Valley last month due to a mechanical breakdown and construction work at some U.S. sewage facilities. There
  • 16 Dec 2009- 15:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, CA, SAN DIEGO The global water sector will remain a safe investment choice during 2010 amid the financial turmoil around the world, and even in years beyond, according to US-based investment management firm Summit Global Management. The
  • 16 Dec 2009- 13:49 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, CA, SAN DIEGO The global water sector will remain a safe investment choice during 2010 amid the financial turmoil around the world, and even in years beyond, according to US-based investment management firm Summit Global Management. The
  • 14 Dec 2009- 19:59 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, CA, SAN DIEGO The global water sector will remain a safe investment choice during 2010 amid the financial turmoil around the world, and even in years beyond, according to US-based investment management firm Summit Global Management. The
  • 14 Dec 2009- 13:48 by OOSKAnews Correspondent united states, CA, SAN DIEGO The global water sector will remain a safe investment choice during 2010 amid the financial turmoil around the world, and even in years beyond, according to US-based investment management firm Summit Global Management. The