It is 25-35$ per 30 seconds. We need to cover a good amount of expenses for renting and food, just one more thing we should have paid.
And how much do we have to pay to rent the space we work in? About 250$ a month per person. Now it is clear why we are there and it is because we just want to support the cause and show the world what is going on in the Netherlands. It is also a good way to show support for women in our area.
We are just a lot of people doing what we love and are just trying to make a profit.
Do you take donations? If so, how much?
It depends on the type of work. Some women will take donation but it is not a way in which we will get money and we believe it’s not a donation. We do not accept bribes. We accept nothing that is not donated. We have donations and we are always asking for money. We don’t ask for money in exchange for good quality work, but we ask for it to show others that there is someone else doing good work that is not necessarily a woman.
FORT BRAGG, N.C.—The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied a request Wednesday for a temporary environmental permit to reopen an ancient hydraulic fracturing site in South Carolina due to water and land contamination in the area.
The request would have allowed the company drilling for natural gas to reopen its operations on the Elk River.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Administrator Col. John P. Meehan said the project, proposed by American Energy Partners LLC, “would not increase water quality but rather result in additional risks and impacts.”
“While we appreciate the need for additional water testing on the Elk River and its tributaries, and urge landowners to undertake such a test as a first step, the additional costs and potential impacts for this project are just too high,” Meehan said in a statement. “We strongly encourage landowners to consider other options.”
Energy companies drilled at Elk River to recover shale gas. The practice is controversial because of the chemical and other toxic fallout associated with drilling water.
Meehan said he does not yet know how much testing, if any, will be conducted as part of the permit.
Energy workers had previously drilled about 400 feet of well tubing under the river in 2013 to test water quality and to survey what kind of water might potentially affect land from a project
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