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Oilfield water firms join forces

Select Energy Services, LLC, a provider of water management solutions for the oil and gas industry, has formed a strategic partnership with X-Chem/Terra Services, an oilfield wastewater treatment and recycling company.
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New method uses sunlight, nanoparticle composite to break down BPA

Scientists have found a way to harness nanoparticles and visible light to break down substances like bisphenol A (BPA) in wastewater and soil.
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Symphony's Sanafor antimicrobial technology registered with EPA

Plastics specialist Symphony Environmental Technologies plc has registered its Sanafor PO-5 antimicrobial masterbatch with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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World thermal flowmeter market exceeds $150 million, Flow Research study finds

According to a recent study from Flow Research, the market for thermal flowmeters totaled $154 million in 2013 and is projected to grow to almost $200 million by 2018.
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Private landowners get more help to restore ecosystem from Deepwater Horizon spill

The Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in 2010 had a significant impact on the wildlife and habitat in the Gulf of Mexico region and the full extent of the harm caused by the accident may not be known for many years.
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Fertilizer producer agrees to reduce harmful air emissions

Three subsidiaries of the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (PCS), the world's largest fertilizer producer, have agreed to take action to reduce harmful air emissions at eight U.S. production plants.
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UK proposes sovereign wealth fund for shale gas revenues

A sovereign wealth fund could be created in the United Kingdom to help protect revenues generated by shale gas extraction, Chancellor George Osborne said on Monday.
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US water use reaches lowest level in 45 years

The latest figures on water use in the United States show that conservation efforts are having an impact.
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Banned drugs found in dietary supplements after recalls

New research suggests that more rigorous regulatory oversight is needed in the dietary supplements industry.
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Researchers develop safer button batteries

Every year in the United States almost 4,000 children are hospitalized after swallowing the flat, round batteries that are used in toys, watches and other household objects.
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