AMDS Joins Largest-Ever U.S. – Led Trade Mission to Africa

AMDS Joins Largest-Ever U.S. – Led Trade Mission to Africa

American Micro Detection Systems, Inc. is one of more than 100 U.S. companies heading to Africa for the U.S. Department of Commerce-led Trade Winds—Africa trade mission and business forum. Trade Winds—Africa is the largest-ever U.S. government-led trade mission to Africa.

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AMDS adds UMR as So. California Regional Distributor

AMDS adds UMR as So. California Regional Distributor

American Micro Detection Systems Adds Urban Meters & Readers, Inc. as the new Southern California Regional Distributor (Stockton, California, April 11, 2014) — American Micro Detection Systems, Inc is pleased to announce that their water analysis products, REXTM and ToxicAlertTM will now be marketed and sold through Urban Meters & Readers, Inc. serving the Southern California region of...

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AMDS Adds P.T.I. as Inter-Mountain Regional Distributor

AMDS Adds P.T.I. as Inter-Mountain Regional Distributor

Contact: American Micro Detection Systems Tel: 209.955.1760 info@amdsinc.com www.amdsinc.com   American Micro Detection Systems Adds Process Technology, Inc. as Inter-Mountain Regional Distributor PRESS RELEASE   (Stockton, California, April 2, 2014) — American Micro Detection Systems, Inc is pleased to announce that their water analysis products, REXTM and ToxicAlertTM will now be...

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Oil Boom In San Joaquin Valley Recieves Mixed Reviews

Oil Boom In San Joaquin Valley Recieves Mixed Reviews

Hydraulic Fracturing or “Fracking” involves injecting high-pressure fluids underground to liberate oil trapped inside rock. Using fracking in combination with horizontal drilling, oil companies are exploring the Monterey Shale formation, a huge oil deposit thousands of feet below Kings and other Valley counties. The estimated amount of oil —15 billion barrels — and the potential...

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Japanese Team To Address Manila’s Dependance on Angat Dam

Japanese Team To Address Manila’s Dependance on Angat Dam

Members of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) and the University of Tokyo are working to predict the impact of climate change on water security in Metro Manila. According to Jica, Metro Manila has been relying largely on the Angat Dam for 97 percent of its water supply. Population growth and climate change have been identified as major contributing factors affecting the Angat...

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Sewage Swamps Gaza Streets As Egypt Tunnel Closures Cut Off Power

Sewage Swamps Gaza Streets As Egypt Tunnel Closures Cut Off Power

Gaza city finds itself facing an tide of untreated sewage following the shutdown of the area’s largest water treatment plant and the city’s only power plant for lack of fuel. With Egypt’s months long crackdown on smuggling tunnels in full effect, closure of most of the estimated 1,200 tunnels run by the Islamist Hamas group has virtually stopped Egyptian fuel coming into Gaza,...

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