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Water Main Flushing May Cause Discoloration Or Low Pressure

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CLIFTON, N.J., Sept. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Passaic Valley Water Commission (PVWC) has begun flushing water mains in Clifton, Passaic, Paterson, Prospect Park and Woodland Park. The flushing is needed because, earlier this month, remnants of Hurricane Ida caused torrential rainfall to overflow the banks and contaminate the New Street Reservoir.

The 52-million-gallon reservoir has been inoperable as efforts continue to restore it to the high-quality water standards that existed prior to the hurricane. The clean-up of the reservoir has now reached a point where it is now necessary to flush the estimated 550 miles of pipes and 4,000 hydrants in preparation of restoring service.

The flushing process will run 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, but could still take 10 to 14 days to complete. PVWC is adding extra crews to try to finish the flushing more quickly.

PVWC warns that customers may experience unavoidable discoloration or low pressure during the flushing process. Customers that see water discoloration should open the cold-water faucet and allow the water to run for a minute or two until it clears. Avoid washing clothes with discolored water as some staining may occur. Do not open the hot-water faucets until your water runs clear.

PVWC thanks its customers for their patience and understanding during this situation and remains committed to replacing the open finished water reservoirs with enclosed water storage tanks to prevent this from happening again.

In the meantime, consumers are urged to visit www.PVWC.com for additional information and to sign-up for emergency notifications via voice, text and/or email.

PVWC is New Jersey’s largest public drinking water provider serving over 800,000 consumers in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris and Passaic counties. 

For more information about this release please contact Lendel Jones at 609-332-4821 or [email protected] 

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Dockwater annonce un appel de soumission pour finaliser ses clients

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À l’issue de ce processus, le 31 janvier 2022, Dockwater finalisera la taille de ses installations et les permis restants, et commencera la construction d’ici la fin de 2022. L’approvisionnement en eau commencera deux ans plus tard, en 2024.

L’objectif de l’appel de soumission est de finaliser le niveau de la demande des clients qui souhaitent cesser d’utiliser l’approvisionnement en eau potable régional déjà sous tension et de passer à un approvisionnement en eau de traitement véritablement non potable, beaucoup plus efficace et moins cher.

L’échéancier, le prix de l’eau et les principales modalités de l’appel de soumission se trouvent sur le site web de la société à l’adresse https://dockwater.be/open-season/. En publiant ses prix de l’eau, Dockwater offre un niveau de transparence à tous ses clients contrairement aux autres entreprises qui vendent de l’eau potable à leurs clients industriels.

Actuellement, toutes les installations industrielles du port d’Anvers consomment de l’eau potable, car c’est la seule source d’eau disponible actuellement. Même les projets futurs du service public local visant à fournir de l’eau de traitement au port consommeront de l’eau potable pour ces activités. Dockwater est différente : elle utilisera l’eau saumâtre du port et les eaux usées recyclées pour fournir de l’eau de traitement aux clients du port d’Anvers, une solution circulaire qui élimine complètement l’utilisation de l’eau potable.

En s’engageant à utiliser 100 % d’électricité verte, Dockwater représente une solution vraiment durable pour réduire la pression créée par la consommation industrielle croissante des réserves d’eau douce limitées dans la Région flamande.

Anthony Gordon, un représentant de Dockwater a déclaré : « Nous sommes heureux de travailler avec les entreprises du port d’Anvers qui s’efforcent d’assurer un approvisionnement intéressant en eau de traitement à moindre coût tout en contribuant à la durabilité de l’approvisionnement en eau potable dans toute la Région flamande. Nous nous engageons à être un partenaire fiable pour les entreprises industrielles et, grâce à cet appel de soumission, nous offrons un niveau de transparence sans précédent du secteur de l’eau industrielle du port. »

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À propos de Dockwater
Dockwater BV développe une usine de dessalement pour fournir de l’eau de traitement aux entreprises industrielles opérant dans le port d’Anvers. Le projet permettra au secteur de réduire considérablement sa consommation d’eau potable et sa consommation globale d’eau, et rendra l’approvisionnement en eau plus résilient dans l’ensemble de la Région flamande. Le développement du projet Dockwater est dirigé par AVAIO Capital, et Dockwater BV est détenue conjointement par AVAIO Capital et Macquarie Capital. Pour plus d’informations, consultez http://www.dockwater.be

AVAIO Capital est une société d’investissement en infrastructure axée sur le développement et la construction de nouvelles infrastructures durables en Amérique du Nord et en Europe dans quatre secteurs : le numérique, l’eau, la transition énergétique et le transport. Macquarie Capital est la branche conseil, marchés financiers et investissement principal de Macquarie Group. Elle est spécialisée dans le développement des infrastructures avec plus de 20 milliards de dollars américains de projets d’infrastructure en cours de construction ou de développement.

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CATL und Hyundai MOBIS unterzeichnen Lizenz- und Partnerschaftsvertrag für CTP-Technologie

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Die CTP-Technologie zeichnet sich durch eine hocheffiziente Integration aus, bei der die Zellen direkt und ohne Module in die Packungen integriert werden. Durch den Einsatz der CTP-Technologie von CATL verbessert das Design des Akkupacks die Energiedichte des Systems, vereinfacht die Herstellung und führt zu Kosteneinsparungen.

Die Technologiepartnerschaft unterstützt beide Parteien bei der Stärkung ihrer jeweiligen internationalen Wettbewerbsfähigkeit. CATL und MOBIS werden gemeinsam an der Entwicklung hochwertigerer Produkte für den globalen Markt für Elektrofahrzeuge arbeiten. Außerdem wird damit eine neue Form der internationalen technologischen Zusammenarbeit in der Branche eingeleitet, die es CATL ermöglicht, die Anwendung seiner innovativen Batterietechnologie weltweit auszuweiten, um eine globale Elektrifizierung zu erreichen.

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Global Algae Products Market (2021 to 2026) – Growth in Demand for Natural Ingredients by Consumers Presents Opportunities

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DUBLIN, Oct. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ —

The “Global Algae Products Market by Type (Lipids, Carotenoids, Carrageenan, Alginate, Algal Protein), Facility Type, Form (Liquid, Solid), Source (Brown Algae, Green Algae, Red Algae, Blue-green Algae), and Region – Forecast to 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

According to the publisher, the global algae products market size is estimated to be valued at USD 4.7 billion in 2021 and projected to reach USD 6.4 billion by 2026, recording a CAGR of 6.3% during the forecast period.

The awareness regarding the health benefits of algae products is one of the key factors that is gaining consumer attention.

By type, lipids are projected to dominate the market during the forecast period

Lipids are energy-rich organic compounds that are insoluble in water. Certain amounts of lipids are essential for healthy body functions. They help in absorbing and using vitamins A, D, E, and K in the human body. They are also important for internal signaling systems and are a part of cell walls. Omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 are the different types of lipids.

It is a unique form of dietary fats that impart a wide range of health benefits and are derived from algae. Algae have become the major alternative sources to produce lipids to fulfill the growing demand from the vegan population.

By source, brown algae is projected to dominate the market during the forecast period

Brown algae find application in aquatic feed and direct human consumption as food. It possesses anti-hypothyroid, antirheumatic, antibacterial, anticoagulant, and antioxidant properties; hence, it is useful in the nutraceuticals industry as well.

Simultaneously, brown seaweeds used as sea vegetables or for colloid extraction contain less than 15% protein on a dry weight basis.

The Asia Pacific region is projected to record the highest growth rate during the forecast period

The Asia Pacific region is expected to witness the fastest growth in the algae products market; this is attributed to the expected growth in consumption of algae products in food & beverage, pharmaceutical, and animal feed; and the rise in population in the region.

The algae products market is segmented region-wise, with a detailed analysis of each region. These regions include Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, South America and Rest of the World including Africa and the Middle East.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights
4.1 Brief Overview of the Algae Products Market
4.2 Asia Pacific Algae Products Market, by Source and Country
4.3 Algae Products Market, by form and Region
4.4 Algae Products Market, by Region
4.5 Algae Products Market, by Key Country

5 Market Overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Macroeconomic Indicators
5.2.1 Increasing Global Population
5.2.2 Innovative Technologies for the Extraction of Algae
5.3 Market Dynamics
5.3.1 Drivers
5.3.1.1 Consumer awareness regarding the health benefits of Omega-3
5.3.1.2 Multi-industry coverage
5.3.1.3 Growth in consumer awareness regarding the health benefits of algae-based products
5.3.2 Restraints
5.3.2.1 Lack of R&D activities in under-developed countries
5.3.2.2 Impact of climatic conditions on algae production
5.3.3 Opportunities
5.3.3.1 Growing demand in the pharmaceutical industry
5.3.3.2 Government and private initiatives supporting research & development in algaculture
5.3.3.3 Growth in demand for natural ingredients by consumers
5.3.4 Challenges
5.3.4.1 High production costs restricting the entry of smaller players
5.3.4.2 Difficulty in meeting the requisite quality standards
5.4 Impact of COVID-19 On the Market Dynamics

6 Industry Trends
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Trends/Disruptions Impacting Buyers
6.3 Value Chain Analysis
6.4 Ecosystem Map
6.4.1 Raw Material Suppliers
6.4.2 Manufacturers
6.5 Supply Chain Analysis
6.5.1 Raw Material Sourcing
6.5.2 Manufacturing
6.5.3 Distribution, Marketing, and Sales
6.6 Trade Analysis of Algae Products As A Commodity Across Major Countries
6.7 Technology Analysis
6.7.1 Development of Seaweed Cultivation:
6.7.2 Use of Advanced Centrifuge Technology:
6.7.3 Application of Boom Algae for Brewing:
6.8 Patent Analysis
6.9 Porter’s Five forces Analysis
6.10 Case Study Analysis

7 Regulations
7.1 North America
7.1.1 US
7.2 Europe
7.2.1 France
7.3 Asia Pacific
7.3.1 China
7.3.2 India
7.4 South America
7.4.1 Brazil

8 Algae Products Market, by Type
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 COVID-19 Impact On Algae Products Market, by Type
8.1.1.1 Realistic Scenario
8.1.1.2 Pessimistic Scenario
8.1.1.3 Optimistic Scenario
8.2 Lipids
8.2.1 Lipids Sourced From Algae Pose As Optimum Alternatives To Fish Oil
8.3 Carrageenan
8.3.1 Carrageenan Finds Extensive Application In Pharmaceuticals and Food & Beverages
8.4 Carotenoids
8.4.1 Lutein & Astaxanthin Are the Most Important Carotenoids Sourced From Algae
8.5 Algal Protein
8.5.1 The Nutraceutical Industry offers Lucrative Opportunities for the Growth of the Algal Protein Market
8.6 Alginate
8.6.1 Alginate Is Widely Used As A Blending Agent In Food and Beverages
8.7 Other Types
8.7.1 Agar Finds Application As A Thickening and Stabilizing Agent

9 Algae Products Market, by form
9.1 Introduction
9.1.1 COVID-19 Impact On the Algae Products Market, by form
9.1.1.1 Realistic Scenario
9.1.1.2 Optimistic Scenario
9.1.1.3 Pessimistic scenario
9.2 Solid
9.2.1 Increased Shelf Life of Algae Products In the Solid form
9.3 Liquid
9.3.1 Growing Applications In Pharmaceuticals

10 Algae Products Market, by Source
10.1 Introduction
10.1.1 COVID-19 Impact On the Algae Products Market, by Source
10.1.1.1 Realistic scenario
10.1.1.2 Optimistic scenario
10.1.1.3 Pessimistic scenario
10.2 Brown Algae
10.2.1 Fucoxanthin Driving the Growth of Brown Algae
10.2.2 Carotenoids: Fucoxanthin
10.2.3 Phlorotannins
10.3 Blue-Green Algae
10.3.1 Functional Properties of Blue-Green Algae Driving the Market
10.4 Red Algae
10.4.1 Growing Industrial Applications of Carrageenan Driving the Growth of Red Algae
10.4.2 Porphyra Spp.
10.4.3 Palmaria Palmata
10.5 Green Algae
10.5.1 Growing Consumption of Omega-3 Driving the Green Algae Market
10.6 Other Sources

11 Algae Products Market, by Application
11.1 Introduction
11.1.1 COVID-19 Impact On Algae Products Market, by Application
11.1.1.1 Realistic Scenario
11.1.1.2 Pessimistic Scenario
11.1.1.3 Optimistic Scenario
11.2 Food & Beverages
11.2.1 Popularity of Healthy Beverages and Plant-Sourced Food Products
11.3 Nutraceuticals & Dietary Supplements
11.3.1 Algae-Based Omega-3 Supplements Gaining Popularity
11.4 Feed
11.4.1 Algae Products Are Widely Used In Aquaculture
11.5 Personal Care Products
11.5.1 Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Algae Driving the Personal Care Segment
11.6 Pharmaceuticals
11.6.1 Antibiotic Properties of Algae Products Fueling their Demand for Use In Pharmaceutical Applications
11.7 Other Applications
11.7.1 Algae Products Find Increasing Application In Textiles and Fertilizers

12 Algae Products Market, by Region

13 Competitive Landscape
13.1 Key Player Strategies/Right To Win
13.2 Revenue Analysis
13.3 Market Share Analysis, 2020
13.4 Company Evaluation Quadrant
13.4.1 Stars
13.4.2 Pervasive Players
13.4.3 Emerging Leaders
13.4.4 Participants
13.5 Competitive Benchmarking
13.6 Company Evaluation Quadrant (Start-Ups/SMEs)
13.6.1 Progressive Companies
13.6.2 Starting Blocks
13.6.3 Responsive Companies
13.6.4 Dynamic Companies
13.7 Competitive Scenario and Trends
13.7.1 Product Launches
13.7.2 Deals

14 Company Profiles
14.1 Key Players
14.1.1 DSM
14.1.2 BASF
14.1.3 Cyanotech Corporation
14.1.4 Cargill
14.1.5 Dupont
14.1.6 Cp Kelco
14.1.7 Corbion
14.1.8 Fenchem Biotech
14.1.9 Algatech
14.1.10 E.I.D Parry
14.2 Other Players
14.2.1 Algea
14.2.2 Spira
14.2.3 Algenol
14.2.4 Cellana
14.2.5 Algaecan Biotech Ltd.
14.2.6 Earthrise Nutrionals Llc
14.2.7 TBK Manufacturing Corporation
14.2.8 Accel Carrageenan Corporation
14.2.9 Karaindo
14.2.10 Astareal AB

15 Adjacent & Related Markets

16 Appendix

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Duke Energy delivers $170,000 in grants to organizations that preserve, enhance North Carolina’s natural resources

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded $170,000 in nature grants to support a wide range of environmental initiatives across North Carolina, funding stewardship and educational programs that help communities protect their natural resources and mitigate the effects of climate change.

Since 2015, the Duke Energy Foundation has awarded more than 150 nature grants in North Carolina totaling nearly $7 million, investing in and working beside environmentally focused community partners to protect and increase access to the state’s natural resources.

“As we move ahead with North Carolina’s clean energy transition, we remain committed to investing in organizations that help ensure future generations enjoy our state’s amazing natural heritage,” said Stephen De May, Duke Energy’s North Carolina president. “By supporting nonprofits that are delivering meaningful results in this important work, we help preserve natural resources as well as ensure equitable program access in the communities we serve.”

The Nature Conservancy, which has received more than $1.2 million in Duke Energy Foundation funding for a variety of initiatives in North Carolina over the last decade, will use this year’s $25,000 grant to document the history of indigenous and enslaved communities on its preserves in Bladen, Brunswick, Henderson, Hoke, Pender, Robeson and Sampson counties – specifically, TNC’s Dunohoe Bay, Calloway Forest, Green Swamp, Nags Head Woods, Bat Cave and Black River sites.

“This Duke Energy grant will provide resources to research the history of our preserves and gain an understanding of their significance to indigenous people and enslaved Africans,” said Debbie Crane, communications director of The Nature Conservancy’s North Carolina chapter. “When The Nature Conservancy acquires land, we typically focus on its location, biodiversity, riparian corridors and the current landowners. Understanding the deeper history of these preserves is one way the Conservancy can respect and take an initial step toward honoring the native and enslaved communities who came before us.

“Duke Energy has been a valued partner in our work throughout North Carolina for more than a decade,” she continued. “Such year-in, year-out continuity is critical for nonprofits like ours as we help people connect with nature.”

This year’s nature grants were awarded to the following community organizations. Quotes from each on the impact of the grants can be found here.

2021 Nature Grant Recipients

Statewide

  • Conservation Legacy – $20,000. The Conservation Corps North Carolina program will create a new community weekend program to introduce youth to local natural areas, conservation and camping. Youth will work on projects that preserve parks and trails in or near their communities while they learn about environmental stewardship. The program will strengthen access to natural areas, cultivate an environmental ethic and inspire participants to consider natural resource careers.
     
  • North Carolina Wildlife Federation – $25,000. NCWF will mobilize 1,200 volunteers to restore habitat in urban and rural communities that are historically marginalized and more likely to experience negative impacts of climate change. By removing 75,000 pounds of litter and planting 3,500 trees and pollinator plants, NCWF will restore habitat, improve water quality, sequester carbon and lower urban temperatures.
     
  • The Nature Conservancy – $25,000. TNC will work with academic researchers to determine the role of indigenous people and enslaved Africans at its preserves in Dunohoe Bay, Calloway Forest, Green Swamp, Nags Head Woods, Bat Cave, and portions of the Black River that run through Bladen, Sampson and Pender counties, working to better understand and honor those connected to the land before its preservation.

Regional

  • Cleveland County Water/Lawndale Park (Cleveland) – $25,000. The planned Lawndale Park is located along the First Broad River on Main Street. The grant will help support the broader development of a riverfront beach, paddle access area, walking loop with picnic platforms, fishing area, open green, restrooms, visitor orientation area, maintenance facility, and parking, providing recreational and educational opportunities for residents and drawing tourism to the area.
     
  • Sylvan Heights Bird Park (Halifax) – $15,000. Funds will enable an extension of the current Duke Energy Nature Walkway and connect with an existing wetland bridge, helping visitors and K-12 students on educational field trips appreciate and understand the importance of wetlands in the natural environment.
     
  • The Conservation Fund (Wake) – $25,000. In partnership with the City of Raleigh, Walnut Creek Wetlands Community Partnership, and residents from the Rochester Heights and Biltmore Hills neighborhoods, the grant will help restore native wetland habitat and improve access to the Walnut Creek Wetlands Park, building more equitable park access for these historic African American neighborhoods.
     
  • TreesCharlotte (Mecklenburg) – $20,000. Funds will support a citywide tree planting program, TreesCharlotte’s popular “everything must go” tree giveaway at the finale of spring planting season, when at least 600 trees will be given away. The event is open to all Charlotteans, who can get two free trees for their yards – a long-term investment in healthy air, energy savings, and stormwater mitigation while creating visual beauty and shade.
     
  • Triangle Land Conservancy (Triangle) – $15,000. The Good Ground Initiative aims to permanently conserve prime forest and farmland while providing farmers of color with access to affordable land in the Triangle region. The grant will help staff a land acquisition and distribution program that will expand opportunities for people of color to not only acquire land, but also provide for their local communities.

Duke Energy Foundation

The Duke Energy Foundation provides philanthropic support to meet the needs of communities where Duke Energy customers live and work. The Foundation contributes more than $30 million annually in charitable gifts, and is funded by Duke Energy shareholder dollars. More information about the Foundation can be found at duke-energy.com/foundation.

Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK), a Fortune 150 company headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., is one of America’s largest energy holding companies. Its electric utilities serve 7.9 million customers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky, and collectively own 51,000 megawatts of energy capacity. Its natural gas unit serves 1.6 million customers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio and Kentucky. The company employs 27,500 people.

Duke Energy is executing an aggressive clean energy strategy to create a smarter energy future for its customers and communities – with goals of at least a 50 percent carbon reduction by 2030 and net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The company is a top U.S. renewable energy provider, on track to own or purchase 16,000 megawatts of renewable energy capacity by 2025. The company also is investing in major electric grid upgrades and expanded battery storage, and exploring zero-emitting power generation technologies such as hydrogen and advanced nuclear.

Duke Energy was named to Fortune’s 2021 “World’s Most Admired Companies” list and Forbes’ “America’s Best Employers” list. More information about the company is available at duke-energy.com. The Duke Energy News Center contains news releases, fact sheets, photos, videos and other materials. Duke Energy’s illumination features stories about people, innovations, community topics and environmental issues. Follow Duke Energy on TwitterLinkedInInstagram and Facebook.

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