- Residents pay to protect drinking water from plan to dump biosolids — human
- A happy new year is in store for Libby Dybikowski and her neighbours in the Nicola Valley. They have stopped a plan to dump biosolids — also known as human waste — on to a plateau less than two kilometres from their drinking-water well.
- Sheep Fire set up for big gains
- Oh the same ones who took care of that mine with 3 million gallons of ARSNIC in Colorado who will never get fired. Do they fight their city fires with a bucket brigade? Do not fight a forest fire with shovels for God sake.
- Nicola Valley residents fight plan to bring Okanagan 'biosolids' — yes, that
- MERRITT, B.C. — Biosolids, composed of the yucky stuff that goes down the toilet, give off a bad odor as far as Jim and Libby Dybikowski are concerned.
- Study led by BC scientist first to map Earth's hidden groundwater
- VANCOUVER - Less than six per cent of groundwater in the upper two kilometres of the Earth is renewable within a human lifetime, a new study led by a British Columbia scientist reveals.
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