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Dirty Waters

Author : R. J. Nelson
ISBN : 9780226334493
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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R. J. Nelson, hired in 1987 to clean up rampant corruption on Chicago's waterfront, writes about his experiences, including the angry constituents, prying journalists, shell-shocked employees, and how he made it his personal mission to become a public servant who worked for the common good and followed the spirit--if not always the letter--of the law.

Dirty Water

Author : Sergio Davanzo
ISBN : 9781445744643
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Dirty Water

Author : Bill Sharpsteen
ISBN : 9780520944756
Genre : Nature
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Dirty Water is the riveting story of how Howard Bennett, a Los Angeles schoolteacher with a gift for outrageous rhetoric, fought pollution in Santa Monica Bay--and won. The story begins in 1985, when many scientists considered the bay to be one of the most polluted bodies of water in the world. The insecticide DDT covered portions of the sea floor. Los Angeles discharged partially treated sewage into its waters. Lifeguards came down with mysterious illnesses. And Howard Bennett happily swam in it every morning. By accident, Bennett learned that Los Angeles had applied for a waiver from the Clean Water Act to continue discharging sewage into the bay. Incensed that he had been swimming in dirty water, Bennett organized oddball coalition to orchestrate stunts such as wrapping brown ribbon around LA's city hall and issuing Dirty Toilet Awards to chastise the city's administration. This is the fast-paced story of how this unusual cast of characters created an environmental movement in Los Angeles that continues to this day with the nationally recognized Heal the Bay. Character-driven, compelling, and uplifting, Dirty Water tells how even the most polluted water can be cleaned up-by ordinary people.

Rusty Spigot Dirty Water

Author : Michael Farlin
ISBN : 9781490822204
Genre : Religion
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Rusty Spigot ... Dirty Water is inspirational ... inspiring and provocative: Brutally honest. The Author's "been there done that, what's next." He tells you in no uncertain terms, it's from Prison to the Pulpit. His message ... needful. His witness ... eternal. Dr. R. T. Linn, Associate Pastor, Alliance Bible Church, Tucson, Arizona This courageous biographic discussion pulls out the stops and reveals the hidden tugs, pushes, self-doubts and spiritual triumphs of one man's transition from hopelessness to true freedom. Darrell Broaddus, Ph.D., M.Div., Administrative Segregation Unit, CDC-R Tehachapi, CA A wonderful disclosure of tales from the inside as told from the outside. Pastor Mike takes us on an autobiographical journey through some of the darker days of his life and into God's illuminating presence. He creatively tells his story of how God's work of love guided him through some of life's toughest lessons from inside prison and through the years since his release. He shares his experience with the hope that those who are incarcerated can see through their current situation honestly and seek Jesus as their Lord and Savior."

Baptized In Dirty Water

Author : John David Capps
ISBN : 9781499070132
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“Baptized in Dirty Water” is a story about a young boy born in 1938 who was raised in the Baptist Children’s Home in Monroe, Louisiana. At age seventy-six, he finally decided to write this book about his thirteen years of mistreatment and abuse by the house mothers (matrons) who were employed there. Some of the matrons were very sweet, kind, and understanding, but most of them were mean and cruel and, in my book, don’t even come close to being loving and caring Christian house mothers. Child abuse affects different people in different ways. What you are about to read contains some very serious events and strong accusations and, according to the author, are all true. “Baptized in Dirty Water” is a must read for all devout Christians and especially for those of you who have children.

Political Waters

Author : Eric Jay Dolin
ISBN : 1558496416
Genre : History
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Boston Harbor served as a colonial gateway to the world, witnessed the Boston Tea Party, and helped the community transform itself from an outpost of a few hardy settlers into a bustling metropolis and self-proclaimed hub of the universe. Yet for hundreds of years Boston Harbor was also a cesspool. Long before Bostonians dumped tea into the harbor to protest English taxes, they dumped sewage there. As the Boston area grew and prospered, its sewage problems worsened, as did the harbor's health, to the point where in the 1980s it was considered the most polluted harbor in the country and ridiculed as the "harbor of shame." Then, in one of the most impressive environmental comebacks in American history, Boston Harbor was dramatically cleaned up. All it took was two lawsuits, two courts, dozens of lawyers, the creation of a powerful sewage authority, thousands of workers, millions of labor hours, and billions of dollars. Sewage management is rarely as compelling and exciting as higher profile environmental issues such as global climate change, preserving endangered species, or protecting tropical rainforests. But it can be, as Eric Jay Dolin shows in this engaging narrative account. Boston's struggle to deal with its sewage is an epic story of failure and success, replete with colorful characters, political, bureaucratic, and legal twists and turns, engineering feats, and massive amounts of money. In the end, success hinged on the often overlooked yet monumentally important act of responsibly disposing of the waste people produce every day.

Environmental Biotechnology And Cleaner Bioprocesses

Author : Gloria Sanchez
ISBN : 0748407294
Genre : Science
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As we enter a new millennium, the environmental issues faced by both developing and industrialised nations are as pressing as ever. Environmental biotechnologies are increasingly being viewed as a major weapon against environmental damage. Cleaner production is part of this strategy and yet there is still widespread ignorance about this emerging technology. Environmental Biotechnology and Cleaner Bioprocesses provides this information at various levels, from introductory to advanced. The first section covers the development of cleaner bioprocesses within the framework of sustainable development. Aspects of environmental policy for small and medium businesses are then discussed using case studies to illustrate principles. The second section covers the recycling and treatment of organic waste, including the use of aquatic plants and microalgae for wastewater treatment and recovery of nutrients. Section three covers bioremediation technologies and finally, section four is dedicated to emerging cleaner bioprocesses and environmentally sound products. All chapters have been written and edited by leading authorities in the field. Students and professionals interested in environmental biotechnology and cleaner production will find the background information and detail they require in this one convenient source.

The Healer

Author : Anna Veneziano
ISBN : 1475939760
Genre : Fiction
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It is 1950 and Amato must travel to an isolated village in the mountains of southern Italy, untouched by a world at war yet poisoned by secrets, superstition and deceit. In the small town where all is known, a blind eye is turned to shameful truths. The young doctor Amato tries to unravel the mystery of what happened to a sixteen year old girl with psychic healing powers and discovers his own.

Proceedings Of The Estonian Academy Of Sciences Biology And Ecology

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Occurrence Of Manganese In Drinking Water And Manganese Control

Author : Paul M. Kohl
ISBN : 9781583215043
Genre : Science
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This research study describes the chemistry and suggested treatment of manganese in drinking water, with the goals of reducing customer complaints and improving perceived water quality. The problems are aesthetic-water discoloration (usually black or dark red), clothing and fixture staining, turbid water sediments, and, at very high levels, metallic taste.

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