Advertisement IRISH Water has completed upgrade works to the Croom Water Supply Scheme which will help ensure a clean, safe and secure supply for the area into the future.This investment benefits over 1,700 customers and has led to the removal of this supply from the EPA’s Remedial Action List (RAL).Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Previous articleScéalta Grá na hÉireann – 6-part series about Ireland’s Greatest Love Stories Grace O’Malley & Iron Richard Bourke Wednesday 17th 8:30pm TG4.Next articleLimerick Company among the winners at National Enterprise Awards Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Irish Water continues to work with our Local Authority partners, contractors and others to safeguard the health and well-being of both staff and the public and to ensure the continuity of critical drinking water and wastewater services. Irish Water would like to remind people to follow the HSE COVID-19 advice and ensure frequent handwashing. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Facebook Twitter Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post The works comprised the development of a new production well, disinfection system and supporting infrastructure to supplement the existing supply to Croom.Bringing this additional source on stream also improves the resilience of the local water supply, particularly in times of drought.The development of this new source, located near the Croom bypass, will increase the volume and quality of water available for homes and businesses in the area and reduce the likelihood of unplanned supply disruption.Paul Cremin, Irish Water’s Asset Delivery Lead, said, “The is an important upgrade of the Croom Water Supply Scheme which will help secure the supply for Croom, Banogue and surrounding areas. Combined with other related upgrades in the disinfection and telemetry systems, it will help improve the safety, security and resilience of the supply.“Croom is a growing and vibrant village and having a safe, secure water supply is essential to its ongoing development. For this reason we are very pleased to have completed this important upgrade to the water supply infrastructure in the area.”This project is one example of how Irish Water is working in partnership with Limerick City & County Council every day to address deficiencies in Limerick’s water network and safeguard water supplies for communities around the county. Upgrade work is also underway at present in Pallagreen, Oola and Fedamore. Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Print LimerickNewsIrish Water completes works to provide safe and secure drinking water supply to CroomBy Staff Reporter – February 14, 2021 95 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Email WhatsApp
The addition of iron to high- nutrient, low- chlorophyll regions induces phytoplankton blooms that take up carbon(1-3). Carbon export from the surface layer and, in particular, the ability of the ocean and sediments to sequester carbon for many years remains, however, poorly quantified(3). Here we report data from the CROZEX experiment(4) in the Southern Ocean, which was conducted to test the hypothesis that the observed north – south gradient in phytoplankton concentrations in the vicinity of the Crozet Islands is induced by natural iron fertilization that results in enhanced organic carbon flux to the deep ocean. We report annual particulate carbon fluxes out of the surface layer, at three kilometres below the ocean surface and to the ocean floor. We find that carbon fluxes from a highly productive, naturally iron-fertilized region of the sub- Antarctic Southern Ocean are two to three times larger than the carbon fluxes from an adjacent high-nutrient, low- chlorophyll area not fertilized by iron. Our findings support the hypothesis that increased iron supply to the glacial sub- Antarctic may have directly enhanced carbon export to the deep ocean(5). The CROZEX sequestration efficiency(6) ( the amount of carbon sequestered below the depth of winter mixing for a given iron supply) of 8,600 mol mol(-1) was 18 times greater than that of a phytoplankton bloom induced artificially by adding iron(7), but 77 times smaller than that of another bloom(8) initiated, like CROZEX, by a natural supply of iron. Large losses of purposefully added iron can explain the lower efficiency of the induced bloom(6). The discrepancy between the blooms naturally supplied with iron may result in part from an underestimate of horizontal iron supply.
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* fish coral – P300,000 in Estancia * livestock / swine – 87 heads valuedat P521,000 (Estancia, P471,000; Batad, P50,000) ILOILO – Damage that this provinceincurred from typhoon “Ursula” is expected to exceed P104 million. “Indipa gid ini final kay partial data gihapon,”said Bionat./PN Corn losses covered 233 hectares andvalued at P34,041,000 (Batad, P19,593,000; Estancia, P14,448,000). Damage to other crops was 75.63hectares wide and valued at P1,930,500. * poultry – 2,138 heads valued atP611,000 (Ajuy, P459,000; Estancia, P152,000) * fishpond – P60,000 in Ajuy * fishing boats – 97 units valued atP4,510,820 (Estancia, P3,320,000; Ajuy, P1,030,000; Concepcion, P160,820) Here are the other losses that thefour towns reported: Bionat said 11,813 houses werepartially damaged and 2,420 totally damaged in 10 areas – San Dionisio,Balasan, Batad, Carles, Sara, Passi City, Concepcion, Ajuy, Estancia, andBingawan. PAN-AY RIVER BURSTS. This aerial shot of Pontevedra, Capiz shows the Pan-ay River overflowing, its murky water engulfing residential and commercial areas of the municipality, and turning vast rice fields into instant rivers as well. Other towns in Capiz also reported flooding, prompting the provincial government to declare a state of calamity. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN The four towns were Ajuy, Batad,Concepcion, and Estancia. Their combined rice lands affected by the storm were902.80 hectares wide, incurring a damage in rice production reachingP61,216,050 (Ajuy, P22,990,000; Batad, P22,866,050; and Estancia, P15,360,000). * seaweeds, etc. – P1,541,980 inConcepcion Four towns have so far submittedreports to the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office(PDRRMO) and their combined losses reached P104,732,350, said office chief Dr.Jerry Bionat.