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THE FIRST TIRE PYROLYSIS PLANT IN THE WORLD TO RECEIVE C2C PRODUCT CERTIFICATION - See more at: http://www.kleanindustries.com/s/Press-And-Media-Info.asp?ReportID=786142

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KLEAN RECEIVES TRADEMARK & EXPANDS CARBON UPGRADING PATENT PORTFOLIO - See more at: http://www.kleanindustries.com/s/Press-And-Media-Info.asp?ReportID=745545

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Surveys of airborne microbes have long relied on culturing samples in the lab, a method that can easily miss key species. In the past few years, researchers have looked at the microbial genomes found in air to identify broad families or genera of bacteria --- an approach called metagenomics. But this is the first time that a survey has drilled down to pinpoint particular species of microbes in air, which is important for assessing their pathogenic potential, says Ting Zhu, a biologist at Tsinghua University, Beijing, who was part of the team that performed the latest study. "It's a proof of principle that one can extract and identify these microbes at the species level," says Zhu. "It adds to our understanding of what we inhale every day."

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According to the scientists' study of her case, the 73-year-old victim, from Nanchang City in eastern China, was admitted to hospital with fever and severe pneumonia on November 30, 2013. Despite being treated with antibiotic and antivirals, she deteriorated rapidly, developed multiple organ failure and died nine days after her symptoms first started.

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The story is deadly even in evenings with pollutants lurking all over, silently. It's like unknowingly soaking in hell for the hapless residents, especially for those living in and around Vasant Vihar, IGI Airport, Mahipalpur, Mandir Marg, Civil Lines, Punjabi Bagh and Anand Vihar, where the air is particularly toxic, confirm experts of Delhi government's Centre of Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH) in a new report. They attribute the high toxicity to the heavy traffic, especially of trucks, as well as benzene vapour from the petrol pumps

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The ice-free period can be as short as one month or as long as nine. To date, there is no adequate technology available to successfully deal with the results of an oil spill in Arctic waters. The Institute also says the 'Oil Spill Response Plan' provided by Gazprom for the Prirazlomnoye rig lacks detail. The rig is located close to several nature reserves and Kail warns that these areas would be extremely vulnerable if oil or fuel were to spill. She has called for the tightest possible safety regulations, given that this is the first offshore oil platform to go into operation in the Arctic.

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Beyoncé has promised physical CDs (remember those?), saying they'll hit shelves in time for stocking-stuffing. And while we don't know yet how many of them she plans to issue, there's reason to believe that digital downloads are beginning to erode the need for a massive physical rollout: Target, estimated to be the nation's fourth biggest music retailer, has already decided not to sell the CD version because of low sales projections.

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In soil, C. immitis exists in chains of barrel-shaped units called arthroconidia; airborne, these fragment easily into lightweight spores. C. immitis is adapted to lodge deep: its spores are small enough to reach the end of the bronchioles at the bottom of the lungs. We can breathe them in, but we can't breathe them out. Once in the lung, the spore circles up into a spherule, defined by a chitinous cell wall and filled with a hundred or so baby endospores. When the spherule is sufficiently full, it ruptures, releasing the endospores and stimulating an acute inflammatory response that disrupts blood flow to the tissue and can lead to necrosis. The endospores, each of which will become a new spherule, travel through the blood and lymph systems, allowing the cocci to spread, as one specialist told me, "anywhere it wants." In people with weakened immune systems, cocci can take over.

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