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5 Green Questions to Ask Your Rubbish Removal Company

London,Alex Hamilton: For many businesses, especially those in construction and manufacturing, rubbish removal and disposal is a significant part of their everyday activities. While you do need to consider cost, efficiency, and timeliness, it’s important to examine the recycling credentials of the company providing the service. It’s also important that you, …

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How Ayurvedic treatment is beneficial for kidney disease?

NEW DELHI: Chronic kidney disease (CKD), also known as chronic kidney sickness, is a modern reduction in kidney operates over a period of time. The signs of difficult kidney operate are unspecific and might include feeling generally sick and experiencing a decreased appetite. Often, chronic kidney sickness is clinically diagnosed …

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Festival Special: 5 Things Not To Miss In Christchurch

Indilens Web Team: One of the main traditions passed down through the generations in New Zealand is road travel. Each year many thousands of New Zealanders and tourists get themselves a campervan hire and take to the roadways to explore this wondrous and exciting land. Although there are many destinations …

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Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing: Rout to the roof of Africa

Indilens Travel desk: Soaring above the rippling tea plantations and low hills of northeastern Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro (19,340′) is Africa’s highest peak. Follow the less traveled Shira Route up the western slope, hiking eight days through the spectacular landscapes of five temperate zones. On this once-in-a-lifetime trek, take in extraordinary …

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Global Warming Is Good for US:Trump meets with Princeton physicist

NEW YORK CITY: Yes, Donald Trump met with Al Gore. But on Friday, according to the Trump transition team, the president-elect also met with William Happer, a Princeton professor of physics who has been a prominent voice in questioning whether we should be concerned about human-caused climate change. Physicist William Happer arrives for a meeting …

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First ‘clean coal’ plant is now operational in USA

Texas(AP): The first large scale U.S. “clean coal” facility was declared operational Tuesday — by the large energy firm NRG Energy and JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corp. Ductwork that takes the flue gas from the WA Parish Unit 8 stack and moves it to the carbon capture facility …

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State to count, map out bird species for better wildlife management

NEW DELHI: For better wildlife management and conservation and to arrive at an estimate of various bird species in the ecologically sensitive Western Ghats landscape, the state forest department has launched an avifauna study in the Sahyadri Tiger Reserve (STR). While revealing details of endemic birds, it will also disclose …

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Dams close to glacial lakes in Himalayas under flood threat

Of the 177 hydropower projects (HPP) located close to Himalayan glaciers over a fifth – including many in India – could be under threat from floods caused by the outbursts of glacial lakes, European researchers have warned. The researchers, from various universities, have charted out a new method for locating …

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