As a combined result of phosphate mining, urban sprawl, and agriculture (2). However, typical household and agriculture water consumed is either returned to the aquifers by run off for rivers or evaporates and returns to earth as rain and so on. Freshwater consumed by the phosphate industry cannot be returned to the public domain because the water is toxic to all life forms and must be stored indefinitely in huge holding ponds of toxic waste by products from the production of fertilizers.
Get business updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!5plus Architects has designed a scheme for client Royal London that will transform John Dalton House and give it a new role in the city’s on going growth, capitalising on its key corner site location on Deansgate between the prime business area of Spinningfields and the civic quarter.Two extra storeys will be added to create a total of 85,000sq ft and Mulberry Square, with its distinctive tree, will be reinvigorated to provide a new urban space whilst, externally, a bold new bronze anodized fa will reflect its new role while maintaining the existing restaurants and retail at ground floor level.Two new hotels and apartment block to be built in AncoatsInternally the concrete framed building will be reconfigured into a 215 bed hotel providing three star accommodation with a grand double height entrance off John Dalton Street.5plus director Phil Doyle, said: “The elevational treatments reflect the significance of the location and capture the colour palette of Deansgate with reference to the existing fine sandstone buildings that occupy the street and the surrounding area.”The corner picture window and increased height help the building ‘turn the corner’ from Deansgate to John Dalton Street into the more protected character of Mulberry Square.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterBusiness NewsletterBusinessallMost ReadMost RecentRochdaleThe bohemian boss who rates happiness over profit and is now one of Greater Manchester’s most successful businessmanRichard Tang created 71m business Zen Internet from his home in Rochdale. But the ‘introverted’ internet geek still wants to change the worldEmploymentThe Greater Manchester employers named and shamed by the Government for underpaying workersThey are among 239 businesses from across the country who have failed to pay the National Living Wage or Minimum Wage to employees, HMRC saidThe Co operativeStockport Pyramid goes up for saleLocated prominently off the M60 motorway the unusual building has been occupied by the Co operative Bank since 1995The Co operativeCo Op Bank appoint new chief executiveAndrew Bester takes over from Liam Coleman from Lloyds Banking GroupJD Sports FashionShopping arcade reaps benefit of regeneration boostBarclays Bank, The Fragrance Shop and Eurochange have all taken 10 year leases at the Arcades Shopping Centre in Ashton under LyneLittleboroughHow the property sector is using technology to innovate Apps allowing first time buyers to find their first home and homeowners to find their dream property have changed the market. Now estate agents are looking at new technology, including drones.Manchester CentralEntrepreneur Priya Lakhani lined up for Venturefest Manchester 2018The former Altrincham schoolgirl and brains behind food brand Masala Masala will speak at the event which brings together hundreds of innovators, entrepreneurs, investors and business leadersBusiness NewsViking bikes are back thanks to ManchesterThe Viking brand, which was established 110 years ago but died out in the 1980s, has been revived by Manchester based Indian owned Heroes CyclesThe Co operativeCo Op Bank appoint new chief executiveAndrew Bester takes over from Liam Coleman from Lloyds Banking GroupHazel GroveArt dealer to Manchester’s rich and famous shuts up shop after 60 yearsGeorge Aird, 84, was friend and agent to LS Lowry and sold fine art to the rich and famous of ManchesterMost ReadMost RecentManchester United FCManchester United fan thinks he’s the first to get his hands on 2018/19 new home kitMan Utd have yet to release their home kit for the 2018/19 season but one fan in India thinks he’s already got his hands on it.Manchester FamilyBuild A Bear’s first ‘Pay Your Age Day’ means parents can save a fortuneLittle ones can make their own bear for as little as 1Manchester FamilyMum shares stomach churning moment she snaps son’s leg by taking him down slideShona decided to share a video of the accident as a warning to other parents.