Worldwide problems involving water conservation and energy use can be solved through smart and innovative partnerships. People involved in such innovative partnerships around the world talk about solutions like a U.S. wastewater plant selling water to a waste-to-energy plant or a symbiotic system in Denmark where waste from one industry is used for the benefit of another.
Ripple Effect: Resource Recovery
This wastewater plant is selling reused water to an energy plant that burns trash for electricity.
US zoos will be without pandas for the first time in over 50 years
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Raiders' defensive end Chandler Jones arrested
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Taylor Swift boosts NFL ticket prices for Chiefs vs. Jets by over 40%
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