*  Waste management in Kazakhstan - Wikipedia
Water pollution, clogging and depletion of water resources; Air pollution; Pollution of the marine environment; Violation of ... Pollution with radioactive isotopes of caesium and strontium exceeding the threshold was identified in Shagan and Aschisu ... Illegal capture of aquatic species and plants; Illegal hunting; Violation of regulations of wildlife protection; Illegal use ... Charge for environmental pollution; Charge for land use; Charge for use of water resources from surface water sources; Charge ...
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*  Marine pollution - Wikipedia
For example, mitten crabs have a remarkable ability to survive in highly modified aquatic habitats, including polluted waters. ... much of it radioactive. This has led to widespread investigations into radioactive waste disposal rackets. Since the end of ... Nutrient pollution, a form of water pollution, refers to contamination by excessive inputs of nutrients. It is a primary cause ... Pollution is often classed as point source or nonpoint source pollution. Point source pollution occurs when there is a single, ...
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*  Fossil fuel - Wikipedia
Oil refineries also have negative environmental impacts, including air and water pollution. Transportation of coal requires the ... Aquatic phytoplankton and zooplankton that died and sedimented in large quantities under anoxic conditions millions of years ... Fossil fuels also contain radioactive materials, mainly uranium and thorium, which are released into the atmosphere. In 2000, ... Moreover, these environmental pollutions impacts on the human beings because its particles of the fossil fuel on the air cause ...
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*  United States regulation of point source water pollution - Wikipedia
Water pollution is the contamination of natural water bodies by chemical, physical, radioactive or pathogenic microbial ... which has the capacity to fundamentally alter aquatic ecosystems by filling in water bodies with sediment and mining debris. ... Nonpoint source water pollution regulations in the United States United States. Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments ... Point source water pollution is largely regulated through the Clean Water Act, which gives the EPA the authority to set limits ...
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*  Fossil fuel power station - Wikipedia
... and other naturally occurring radioactive isotopes whose release into the environment leads to radioactive contamination. While ... The pollution levels of such plants are drastically lower than those of "classic" coal power plants. Particulate matter from ... However, it may be used in cogeneration plants to heat buildings, produce hot water, or to heat materials on an industrial ... and have disrupted local aquatic life. Coal ash also releases a variety of toxic contaminants into nearby air, posing a health ...
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*  Lake Malawi - Wikipedia
The wild population of fish is increasingly threatened by overfishing and water pollution. A drop in the lake's water level ... The aquatic larvae feed on zooplankton, spending the day at the bottom and the night in the upper water levels. When they ... Radioactive pollution of Lake Malawi by Australian uranium company Paladin?. Mayall, James (December 1973). "The Malawi- ... During the peak of the low-water period between 1390 and 1860 AD, it may have been 120-150 m (390-490 ft) below current water ...
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*  Kaluga Oblast - Wikipedia
... and reduction of air pollution. Kaluga Oblast's share in combined air and water polluting emissions in the Central Federal ... The oblast's aquatic fauna includes two kinds of lamprey and 41 species of bony fish. The diversity of fish is explained by the ... The accident in Chernobyl resulted in radioactive contamination in the oblast's south and southwest. Radiation monitoring is ... There are nineteen water reservoirs in the oblast with a water-storage capacity of over 1 mln m³ each. The total water-storage ...
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*  Marine environmental issues in Lebanon - Wikipedia
A variety of factors affect the water and coastline of Lebanon, including marine pollution and the environmental impact of ... exotic species that can cause extensive ecological and economic damage to aquatic ecosystems. Ballast water discharges are ... A list of such factors includes oil spills, noxious liquid substances spills, sewage spills, and the dumping of radioactive and ... oily ballast water, graywater and bilge water without any control or sanctions by the Lebanese authorities.[citation needed] In ...
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*  Water Resources Development Act of 1996 - Wikipedia
... radioactive, and other materials. Amends the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to extend through FY 2001 the authorization of ... Authorizes an aquatic ecosystem restoration and protection project if the project will improve environmental quality, is in the ... water supply, and other water resources in the Savannah River Basin water infrastructure of specified drainage districts in ... The Water Resources Development Act of 1996 (WRDA 1996) is part of Pub.L. 104-303, was enacted by Congress of the United States ...
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*  Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science - Wikipedia
The role of the laboratory was expanded in 1957 to cover work on pollution, and by the mid-60s began to take the lead in the ... After the second world war, radiobiological facilities were installed to advise on the safe disposal of radioactive substances ... More recent research shifted emphasis away from shellfish cultivation to the ecology of coastal waters and coastal zone ... p. 5. Official site Cefas Technology Ltd Registry of Aquatic Pathology Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs ( ...
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*  Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations - Wikipedia
Clean Water Act) General pretreatment regulations for existing and new sources of pollution Point source categories: Dairy ... high-level and transuranic radioactive wastes Protection standards for uranium and thorium mill tailings Radon programs ... Waste combustors Landfills Paint formulating Ink formulating Concentrated aquatic animal production (Aquaculture) Gum and wood ... Elimination System Toxic Pollutant Effluent Standards Water Quality Planning and Management Water Quality Standards Water ...
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*  Chemical waste - Wikipedia
Toxic waste Industrial waste List of waste types Solid waste Waste management Water pollution Radioactive waste Hallam, Bill ( ... So based on this study it is clear that the metals are contaminating the ocean and negatively affecting aquatic life. Another ... Some chemicals are washed down with excess water. This includes: concentrated and dilute acids and alkalis, harmless soluble ... Data suggest that these elements could potentially migrate to the water table below the UWRP. Detailed information regarding ...
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*  Water quality law - Wikipedia
For example, the United States Clean Water Act (CWA) defines "pollution" (i.e., water pollution) very broadly to include any ... the aquatic life that should be able to live in the waterbody). If the water body fails the existing WQS criteria, the state ... radioactive materials [with certain exceptions], heat, wrecked or discarded equipment, rock, sand, cellar dirt and industrial, ... including surface water, ground water, and stored drinking water. Some water quality laws, such as drinking water regulations, ...
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*  Geochemical modeling - Wikipedia
By removing small aliquots of solvent water from an equilibrated spring water and repeatedly recalculating the species ... and Pollution. Taylor & Francis, 683 pp. ISBN 978-0415364287 Bethke, C.M., 2008, Geochemical and Biogeochemical Reaction ... A Practical Guide to Modeling of Natural and Contaminated Aquatic Systems. Springer, 242 pp. ISBN 978-3540746676 Oelkers, E.H. ... and surface complexation Gas dissolution and exsolution Stable isotope fractionation Radioactive decay Simple phase diagrams or ...
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*  Agricultural pollution - Wikipedia
It can also limit the amount of light penetrating the water, which affects aquatic biota. The resulting turbidity from ... Radioactive elements The radioactive content of the fertilizers varies considerably and depends both on their concentrations in ... One of the main contributors to air, soil and water pollution is animal waste. According to a 2005 report by the USDA, more ... The pollution may come from a variety of sources, ranging from point source pollution (from a single discharge point) to more ...
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*  Riverkeeper - Wikipedia
Their efforts still focus on reducing fish kills and water pollution, maintaining the quality of New York City's drinking water ... arguing that radioactive leaks and the slaughter of a billion fish and other aquatic life annually put Indian Point out of ... This Act caused a surge in public interest over water pollution in the early 1970s, stirring many citizens to enforce civil ( ... despite the fact that the packed spent fuel pools are prone to leaking radioactive water into the Hudson River, and present a ...
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*  Uses of radioactivity in oil and gas wells - Wikipedia
... and their discharge may cause or contribute to impaired drinking water quality for downstream users, or harm aquatic life...At ... Radioactive sources are used for logging formation parameters. Radioactive tracers, along with the other substances in ... CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) Ian Urbina (7 March 2011). "E.P.A. Steps Up Scrutiny of Pollution in Pennsylvania ... A 1995 study found that radioactive tracers were used in over 15% of stimulated oil and gas wells. Use of these radioactive ...
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*  Power station - Wikipedia
However, the waste heat can cause thermal pollution as the water is discharged. Power plants using natural bodies of water for ... A further environmental impact is that aquatic organisms which adapt to the warmer discharge water may be injured if the plant ... These rocks are heated by the decay of radioactive material in the Earth's crust. Biomass-fuelled power plants may be fuelled ... Water consumption by power stations is a developing issue. In recent years, recycled wastewater, or grey water, has been used ...
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*  Raw water - Wikipedia
Other, less common, contaminants of raw water include: Natural radioactive particles. Perfluorinated alkyl acids, such as ... These methods are under development in China as part of addressing the country's pollution problems. Turbidity is how murky or ... Are endocrine-disrupting chemicals in the aquatic environment impacting fish populations? Science of the Total Environment, 343 ... Raw water flushing is a method of water conservation where raw water is used for flush toilets. The composition of raw water is ...
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*  Beddingham - Wikipedia
In 1997 the water quality at a number of surface water sites on the floodplain of the River Ouse were monitored, and it was ... By the early 1990s the Environment Agency was authorising the disposal of low-level radioactive waste at the site, including ... p. 19 Glenn J Langler, 2004, "Aquatic Toxicity and Environmental Impact of Landfill Leachate". Unpublished PhD thesis, ... In 2005 the Environment Agency refused the operator a Pollution Prevention and Control permit for the site (essential for its ...
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*  Environmental chemistry - Wikipedia
"Protecting Water Quality from Agricultural Runoff." Document No. EPA 841-F-05-001. March 2005. EPA. "Protecting Water Quality ... It should not be confused with green chemistry, which seeks to reduce potential pollution at its source. It can be defined as ... These are pollutants which emit radioactive materials, such as alpha and beta particles, posing danger to human health and the ... Environmental chemistry is an interdisciplinary science that includes atmospheric, aquatic and soil chemistry, as well as ...
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*  Environmental impact of the coal industry - Wikipedia
The environmental impact of the coal industry includes issues such as land use, waste management, water and air pollution, ... may lead to radioactive contamination. Coal plants emit radiation in the form of radioactive fly ash, which is inhaled and ... Degradation of aquatic habitats is a major impact by surface mining, and may be apparent many miles from a mining site. ... Also water-soluble sodium salts present in the ash enhance the sodium content in water further. Thus river water is converted ...
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*  Geomicrobiology - Wikipedia
Various rock-water interactions, such as serpentinization and water radiolysis, are possible sources of metabolic energy to ... Al-Battashi, H; Joshi, S.J.; Pracejus, B; Al-Ansari, A (2016). "The Geomicrobiology of Chromium (VI) Pollution: Microbial ... Canfield, D.E.; Kristensen, E.; Thamdrup, B. (2005). Aquatic geomicrobiology (Transferred to digital print ed.). London: ... have serious implications in the safe storage of radioactive waste within repositories and storage containers. Microbes are ...
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*  Environmental monitoring - Wikipedia
... these are only of great relevance where water in the aquatic environment is subsequently used as drinking water or where water ... in the Fraser Valley, B.C., Canada." Water, Air, & Soil Pollution. Vol. 101, Nos. 1-4, January 1998, ISSN 0049-6979. Bragazzaa ... or radionuclide contamination for reasons related to the assessment or control of exposure to ionizing radiation or radioactive ... Since air pollution is carried by the wind, consideration of anemometer data in the area between sources and the monitor often ...
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*  Soil - Wikipedia
... to rainforest destruction and water pollution. With respect to Earth's carbon cycle, soil is an important carbon reservoir, and ... "Combining constructed wetlands and aquatic and soil filters for reclamation and reuse of water" (PDF). Ecological Engineering. ... "Data collection handbook to support modeling impacts of radioactive material in soil and building structures" (PDF). Argonne ... The water that plants may draw from the soil is called the available water. Once the available water is used up the remaining ...
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