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Love Canal: Worst Environmental Tragedy of the US

Love Canal: Worst Environmental Tragedy of the US

The Love Canal in the US was named after William T. Love, who in the mid-1890s imagined a waterway linking Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. He trusted that it would serve the region’s industries with the much-required hydroelectricity. However, ...

Embodied Carbon in Construction: High Time to Reduce it

Embodied Carbon in Construction: High Time to Reduce it

Embodied carbon in construction is defined as the carbon emissions associated with manufacturing and transporting construction materials and the process of construction. Buildings account for 39% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions: 28% from building operations and 11% embodied ...

How to Detect Leakage in Distribution Pipes?

How to Detect Leakage in Distribution Pipes?

In a distribution system, a considerable amount of water gets wasted and lost either due to leakage or unauthorized water connections. These losses can amount to 15% of the total consumption even in a well-managed distribution system, and in ...

How to Plan and Prepare for Water Supply Projects?

How to Plan and Prepare for Water Supply Projects?

A water supply project generally consists of a water collection unit, conveyance system, and units for treatment, purification, and distribution. It is necessary to plan, prepare, and design the entire water supply scheme before constructing the units. A proper ...

Pumps in Water Supply System

Pumps in Water Supply System

A pump is a mechanical device that lifts liquids from a lower level or low-pressure area to a higher level or high-pressure area. It is a heavy-duty equipment with low suction and high discharge pressure. This makes it easier ...

6 Innovative Ways to Sustainable Cities

6 Innovative Ways to Sustainable Cities

Living in a densely populated city is no longer a dream and has become quite a nightmare. The rampant environmental degradation, traffic congestion, and inadequate urban infrastructure in big cities has become an everyday sight. To add to it, ...