Archive for June 10th, 2013

New college graduates with a bachelor’s degree or better may initially face tough times landing work, but there are reasons for hope. A new study looks at how recent college graduates are faring in the post-recession job market.
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Credit: Earth-Bound Misfit, I, CC BY 2.0

Credit: Earth-Bound Misfit, I, CC BY 2.0

Recognizing the risks around looming water scarcity and stress, industrial firms are increasingly turning to zero-discharge models for treatment of wastewater.

Gena Leathers, water issue leader for corporate water strategy at The Dow Chemical Co., explained to me in an interview that zero-liquid discharge at its core involves “bringing in technologies that allow you to capture, recycle, and reuse water.” She told me that “in some areas of the world zero-liquid discharge is a requirement.” This is the case, she said, increasingly in Europe and India, and “the concept is gaining more and more awareness in the U.S. as well.” Read more

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