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They came with notebooks out and questions ready as more than 50 people packed the Pascagoula Senior Center for what may be the first-of-its-kind meeting on air quality.
Japanese merchant ship 'La Bamba' was fined $15,600 by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality for discharging its ballast water illegally into the Willamette River.
Overhead crane operator Luis Rullan guides a giant claw to pick up trash at Wheelabrator's Bridgeport Resco waste-to-energy plant in Bridgeport, Conn.
The site where a crop duster crashed in south-central Idaho is being cleaned up by the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.
Is it a good time to buy some more Republic Services, Inc. shares? The managers of Bill Gates' Cascade Investment LLC seem to think so.
Shares of Resolute Mining Limited remained flat at A$0.615 during trading on Wednesday.
Nearly 46 acres of land north of Newberry, long contaminated by industrial waste, is being repurposed into a one of a kind ice skating facility.
Coca Cola chief Alison Watkins took took over from long-serving CC Amatil boss Terry Davis in March.
Hynes Keller & Hernandez, LLC is investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors at M/A-Com concerning possible breaches of fiduciary duty related to certain improper acquisitions by M/A Com.
The Mississippi Commission of Environmental Quality has fined Columbus steel mill Severstal $135,000 because the company's pollution-control monitors didn't function properly after the plant expanded in June 2011.
Manatee County commissioners Tuesday agreed to suspend further legal work on a proposed renewal of solid waste contracts with current haulers, estimated to be worth $140 million.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has released a draft "401" water quality certification for the proposed Coyote Island coal terminal in Boardman.
Chris Wells, a lawyer for the state Department of Environmental Quality, says Severstal agreed to install a continuous emissions monitoring system when it made a $550 million plant expansion, adding a second steel-melting furnace.
In separate news, the company also reported a 14% drop in second quarter profit from the year ago period to $210 million, or 60 cents per diluted share, but 1 cent better than analysts were expecting for the quarter.
It is selling Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., which owns or runs 17 waste-to-energy facilities and four independent power-producing plants in the U.S. The business also has four ash monofill landfills, three transfer stations and an ongoing development and construction project in the U.K. Wheelabrator's 2013 revenue totaled about $845 million.
Management will conduct an investor conference call on Thursday, August 7, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time to discuss these results.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 02:54 am
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