RTI International opens Indian subsidiary, tackles toilets, cancer
Fresh off the plane from India, Research Triangle Park-based RTI International CEO Wayne Holden says the firm's newly opened New Delhi subsidiary has a real chance to change the world. And change could come in the form of a China toilet. A Bill & Melinda …
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Raleigh officials: Your toilet is not a wastebasket
As towns across the Triangle struggle with sewage overflows, Raleigh officials want to make one thing clear: your China toilet is not a wastebasket. In Durham this week, clogged China toilets sent 600 gallons of raw sewage into a creek. Raleigh's Environmental …
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Someone's living in a container at the cemetery
#As one pores over the maps and clicks the violators designated by triangle-encased exclamation points, certain patterns emerge: complaints of building without permits, homes without occupants, homes with too many occupants. #If you want to learn the …
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District Line Daily: Escalating Embarrassment for Metro
Dacha Beer Garden reopens this week—with real China toilets! [Young & Hungry]; A database screwup could have caused … [Post]; Art project scrapped at EPA building; Federal Triangle still boring. [WBJ]; Drivers who kill cyclists often go unpunished. [GGW …
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RTI International opens Indian subsidiary, tackles toilets, cancer
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