(7) If these properties lose their frontage as the impoundment
waters recede to the original contours of the stream, then the relevant issue is what occupies the land formerly submerged in water.
One active site, a site downstream of the active impoundment
and two recently abandoned beaver dam sites were chosen as study sites.
Kayla had her own diagnosis: the coal processing plant and sludge impoundment
operated by subsidiaries of Massey Energy that loom right above the school.
Regardless of your government's level of involvement, you should be aware that the maintenance and operation of your impoundment
should be an integral part of your organization's risk management program.
of water and the material it carries is affecting the food chain in the East China Sea, one of the world's largest fisheries, says Louis A.
The new law "adds automobile impoundment
and seizure to the list of acceptable 'alcohol-impaired driving countermeasures' eligible for federal grant money....
The enclosed stretch of tidal water -known as an "impoundment
area" -would lie a mile off Kinmel Bay and Rhyl.
. Up to 1974, presidents enjoyed a power known as impoundment
: if a president didn't think an appropriation was appropriate, he didn't spend the earmarked money.
Within six hours, 300 million gallons of thick sludge had flooded out of the Big Branch Refuse Impoundment
, a hilltop facility owned by Martin County Coal, and into two tributaries of the Big Sandy River, which courses along the Kentucky-West Virginia border before emptying into the Ohio River.
of natural watercourses results in direct loss of species-rich riparian habitats, and fragmentation of remaining forest patches.
Release date- 15082019 - Aiming to protect the communities and reduce the impact on the environment, Vale is carrying out three impoundment
projects in areas downstream of the dams: Sul Superior (Barao de Cocais), B3/B4 (community at Macacos, in Nova Lima), and in the flood spot of Forquilha I, II, III, IV and Grupo dams.