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  • ENSR expands operations in Turkey

    ENSR Turkey has relocated and expanded operations to a larger office in Ankara, and named a new business development director to guide its expansion efforts. ENSR, part of AECOM, is a leading global environmental services provider. ENSR’s Turkish offices provides comprehensive environmental services, including environmental due diligence, environmental permitting, hazardous waste management, ...


    By AECOM

  • Amiantit`s Joint Venture Company in Turkey

    Amiantit’s Joint Venture Company in Turkey “Subor” Wins US$ 69 Million in Contracts Amiantit's environment-friendly Flowtite pipe systems in demand worldwide Dammam: Subor, the Saudi Arabian Amiantit Company's 50/50 percent joint venture partnership in Turkey with Yapi Merkezi Construction and Industry Inc., has recently been awarded nine orders with a total value of SR 260,392,500 (USD ...

  • Turn-key Project for Garden & Koala, Adana, Turkey

    Dutch turn-key greenhouse specialist Verbakel-Bomkas is building a state of the art turn-key greenhouse for Garden & Koala in Adana, Turkey. The project is designed to produce Orchids and Saint-Paulia. With it's broad expertise in complete greenhouse projects Vebakel-Bomkas is the general contractor for this project. Our office in Antalya managed by Burak Ergin is coordinating the ...


    By VB Greenhouses B.V.

  • Turkey - environmental goods and services market sector profile

    Turkey has a population of 72.9 million and generated a gross domestic product of $440.5 billion in 2006. There are great opportunities for Canadian environmental technology products in this rapidly developing market. With the start in 2005 of the European Union (EU) accession process, Turkey has adopted an environmental law (2006) to initiate the harmonization of its environmental regulations ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Singapore Minister Yaacob Ibrahim addresses the World Water Forum in Turkey

    Singapore Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Dr Yaacob Ibrahim is in Istanbul from 19 to 22 March for the 5th World Water Forum, and to attend the Ministerial Conference and Asia Pacific Water Forum's Regional Session of the World Water Forum. Today, at the Asia-Pacific Water Forum's Regional Session, Dr. Ibrahim spoke about Singapore's experience in Integrated Water Resource ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

  • Turkey: ideally placed to make use of renewables

    With a growing population of over 72 million and rapid economic development, Turkey has one of the fastest growing needs for power in the developed world. Electricity demand alone is increasing by 6-8 per cent each year and CO2 emissions are rising at a rate of 5.8 per cent per year. As part of its climate change strategy designed to tackle these rising emissions, Turkey recently announced it ...

  • Multi-million-euro EU pre-accession aid targets waste and water projects in Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey

    The Commission today approved a package of 10 operational programmes totalling € 920 million for 2007-2009 to support candidate countries in regional development and human resources. This investment is being made available in the framework of the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA). The candidate countries are: Croatia, Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Regional ...

  • PHOENIX Process Equipment Co. Appoints Atlas Mühendislik as Its Representative for the Aggregate and Mining Markets in Turkey

    PHOENIX Process Equipment Co. Appoints Atlas Mühendislik as Its Representative for the Aggregate and Mining Markets in Turkey Atlas Mühendislik San. Ve Diş,, Tic. Ltd. Ş,,ti. with offices in Erenköy/Istanbul, has been appointed as the exclusive sales representative in Turkey for aggregate & mining fines slurry thickening and dewatering systems by PHOENIX Process Equipment Co. of ...

  • Mapping livestock water requirements to inform EU water policy

    Ecosystems provide a range of valuable services relevant to water. Lakes and rivers contribute to water supply, whilst forests and wetlands help protect against flooding and can also remove pollutants such as heavy metals ...

  • Multifunctional forests - balancing timber, water and carbon sink needs air

    Traditionally, forests have needed different management programmes depending on their purpose, for example, whether the priority is to maximise their value in terms of timber, water or as a carbon sink. However, the integration of these values in management strategies has become increasingly important. A new study has explored one means of achieving this, by placing an economic value on fresh ...

  • Turkish student wins Stockholm Junior Water Prize with innovative method of generating energy from rain

    18-year-old Ceren Burçak Dag competed with a record breaking field of more than 8600 projects from around the world. The Stockholm Water Foundation and the Stockholm International Water Institute tonight announced that 18-year-old Ceren Burçak Dag of Nisantasi, Turkey has won the 2009 Stockholm Junior Water Prize. The young woman won the coveted honour by developing an innovative method for ...

  • International Maritime Organization Mandate Spawns $50B Dollar Clean Water Tech Opportunity

    Increasing concerns over the detrimental transfer of invasive marine species across the world’s oceans through the transport and disposal of ballast water by large vessels have prompted the International Maritime Organization and the United States Coast Guard to ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • USPOULTRY Releases Fifth Video in Series Highlighting Poultry and Egg Farm Environmental Stewardship

    U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is releasing a fifth video in a series highlighting environmental stewardship on poultry and egg farms. The video features one of USPOULTRY’s Family Farm Environmental Excellence Award winners, Riverhill Farms of Port Republic, Va. Riverhill Farms is owned and operated by Glenn and Sheri Rodes, along with their parents, brothers and extended ...

  • Bird flu takes biggest toll yet as virus hits chicken farms

    Poultry producers and scientists have been hoping warmer weather would knock down a virulent strain of bird flu that has hammered the Midwest, but the virus recently took its biggest toll yet, hitting a farm in Iowa that held nearly 10 percent of the state's egg-laying chickens. Here are some questions and answers about the outbreak: WHAT'S THE LATEST? The U.S. Department of ...


    By Associated Press

  • EPA orders two Virginia farms to cease unpermitted waste discharges to the Shenandoah River (PA)

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced that it has ordered two Virginia farms to cease discharging pollutants to a stream without a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, as required by the Clean Water Act. On April 14, 2010, EPA conducted a Clean Water Act inspection of Turley Creek Farms in Linville Va., a chicken broiler grower which confines ...

  • How vulnerable to climate change is agriculture in the Black Sea region?

    The impacts of climate change in the Black Sea region are likely to affect agriculture in Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey, new research suggests. The number of days of plant growth was reduced in these countries as a result of reduced precipitation, increased temperatures and low capacity for irrigation to supplement water needs. A strong legal framework is necessary to ...

  • EPA notifies four West Virginia growers to obtain discharge permits

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that it has notified four poultry growers in West Virginia to cease discharging pollutants from farms to waterways and obtain the necessary permits that are required by the Clean Water Act. The agency believes that some farmers in the Shenandoah Valley and West Virginia could benefit from more information about the federal requirements to ...

  • The sunny side of the street

    Sunflower seed husks, a huge waste product of the vegetable oil and food industry, could be used as an environmentally friendly filler, or aggregate, for concrete according to Turkish researchers writing in the International Journal of Environment and Waste Management. The team demonstrated that the use of husks reduces the density of concrete as well as boosting the material’s resistance ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Membership of Workbodies – Invitation for Nominations

    ICID workbodies play a key role in identifying improved practices in its core areas of irrigation, drainage, and flood management and promoting them through National Committees. Presently, ICID has 27 workbodies (permanent committees, working groups, and task forces) which currently are represented by over 220 professionals from amongst the active member countries across the world. All the ...


    By Irrigation Australia Limited

  • Taking your Kestrel Hunting and Fishing

    You may already be using your Kestrel on your hunts to help you make every shot, but did you know that you could be using the barometric pressure to track animal and fish behavior? I’ll try to quickly break down how it works and why you might want to use barometric pressure as a tool! How barometric pressure (BP) directly effects fish isn’t fully understood, but knowing how to use BP ...


    By Nielsen-Kellerman

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