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It's an exciting time of the year for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as they head in to the first round of the NCAA tournament, but the University is also making news for its aggressive sustainability strategy. Notre Dame is currently constructing its third and final phase of installing geothermal technology across campus to harness the Earth's energy.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Energy Geothermal Flow Rate By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Wetlands are the link between land and water, occasionally breaking away and becoming floating islands of vegetation. Although all we see is grass and shrubbery, below the water's surface the wetlands are performing important functions for people and wildlife. The benefits were the inspiration behind a new water treatment technology.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Environmental Flow Rate By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Water is essential to life, delivering the nutrients and vitamins we need to live. While water may be portrayed as a basic commodity, some countries, like the United States, could soon see changes in availability. As residents in Flint, Michigan continue to fight for access to clean drinking water, there's also another problem lurking in the pipelines; the rising costs of water rates.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Environmental Flow Rate By MadgeTech Marketing Team

“It’s time for a change.” Those words came from Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, following a tugboat running aground and sinking off British Columbia’s central coast last month, spilling more than 100,000 litres of diesel fuel. A tour of the site prompting Trudeau’s announcement detailing a $1.5 billion ocean protection plan for responding to tanker and fuel spills in the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic oceans.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Environmental Oil & Gas Drilling Flow Rate By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Would you rather pay now to have the pipes in your house replaced or pay later for a lengthy hospital stay?

A study out of Tufts University determined that between 1991 and 2006, three common pathogens lurking in household plumbing accounted for 617,000 hospitalizations of senior citizens and $9 billion in Medicare payments. That's an average of $600 million per year, and the study didn't even consider the last decade, in which the CDC reports infections from these kinds of pathogens have risen substantially.

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