#waterroundup for July 6, 2018

From new technology in Ohio to a new report on water pollution in Europe’s water ways to summer gardening tips, here’s this week’s quick take on some of the water discussions happening in the news.

KTLA news anchor Chris Burrous dies after collapse in motel room

Los Angeles news anchor Chris Burrous died Thursday after being found unconscious in a Glendale motel room. He was 43. His station, KTLA, reported that police were called around 1:15 p.m. to a Days Inn in the San Fernando Valley city by a man who had been there with Burrous.

Local company unveils technology to solve problem that is killing fish and wildlife

Pipeline H2O’s Water Warriors seek to solve water pollution issue

Published: Saturday, June 09, 2018 @ 7:00 PM – Cincinnati-based company Water Warriors plans to solve a problem that is killing fish and wildlife around the globe, and is a particular issue in this part of the country, cursing waterways all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.

60% European water bodies highly polluted: study

European Environmental Agency, in its study, finds English rivers, lakes and estuaries to be among the worst A majority of Europe’s rivers, lakes and estuaries are highly polluted with chemicals and other pollutants, a pan-European study has found.

Science Says This Is The Best Time To Water Your Plants During The Summer

Warm weather means gorgeous sun, flourishing trees, and lush, blooming gardens, but you might not realize that it’s important to adjust your plant watering schedule during the summer months. It’s no surprise that certain weather conditions, like heat waves and droughts, can pose challenges your gardens and greenery, so what’s the best way to help your plant babies flourish during these long, hot summer days?

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