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The City Council talked trash Tuesday. Months of negotiations and the hiring of a consultant to assist the city staff paid off as the general terms of a franchise agreement with Waste Management of Orange County were unanimously approved. The city...
A legislative committee agreed Thursday that South Dakota should adopt more stringent regulations for disposal of liquid wastes from oil and gas wells. The discussion comes as North Dakota operators have shown interest in developing waste facilities in...
PIERRE - A legislative committee agreed Thursday that South Dakota should adopt more stringent regulations for disposal of liquid wastes from oil and gas wells. The discussion comes as North Dakota operators have shown interest in developing waste...
Martinsville Sewage Treatment Plant overwhelmed by rain; VDH asks residents to avoid use of Smith RiverThe Virginia Department of Health is asking citizens to avoid recreational use of the Smith River near Martinsville because the Martinsville Sewage Treatment Plant has been overwhelmed by recent heavy rains. The specific area is downstream from the...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Energy Saving, Water Supply, Water, Sports
The operator of three coal-fired power plants in Maryland has agreed to pay a total of $2.2 million in penalties and fix long-standing pollution problems at the landfills in Southern Maryland and Montgomery County where it disposes of the ash from those...
Tags: Tropical Storm Lee (2011), Laws, Water, Trials, Rivers
We who make our living lamenting the lack of progress on improving the environment must applaud when progress does rear its head, even as we refrain from clapping too hard. A decade ago, there wasn't much of anything hopeful to say about septic tanks...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The average family will spend just more than $3,000 on disposable diapers for one child from birth through the time he or she is potty trained. Now cloth diapers are making quite a comeback -- and are much easier than the kind your...
The Harford County Department of Public Works, Recycling Office has announced the location and availability of recycling for Christmas trees and similar greenery following the holiday season. The Harford Waste Disposal Center Yard Trim Facility will...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Holidays
Daily American Staff WriterWindber Public Library officials are asking people to recycle their old, unused and broken electronics to help raise funds for the library. Commonwealth Computer Recycling is hosting the drive, which will be held at the Windber library, 1909...
Whalen will continue on Emeritus board of Boys, Girls Club The November elections turned out well for the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach. Boys & Girls Club past president and board of directors member Bob Whalen was elected to the Laguna Beach City...
"Saving the Chesapeake Bay is a test; if we pass we get to keep the planet," wrote Chesapeake Bay Foundation President Will Baker, in the foreword to a book I wrote about 20 years ago for the foundation. The bay, on the doorstep of the nation's capital,...
Q13 FOX News reporterTeamsters in Seattle say Waste Management is preparing to lock out 150 of its recycle truck drivers in a contract dispute that could affect hundreds of thousands of customers. Waste Management, however, said they have offered the Teamster 117 workers a...
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