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City Hall has received word that a $1-million portion of a loan will be forgiven as part of a five-phase, $26-million water project to repair and replace more than 18 miles of water lines in Burton.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $100,000 to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality for water management planning.
Landfill ordered closed within six months The tentative closure for Harrelson Materials Management's landfill in Shreveport is about six months from now.
State and local agencies Tuesday granted approval to redevelopment projects which will bring a variety of mixed-use developments to the city of Detroit.
The City Council voted unanimously Monday to put a 120-day hold on permits for medical waste facilities in Mansfield after a Dallas company came under fire for proposing a site in the city's industrial park.
More than 300,000 scrap tires are piled a few feet from the Federal Correctional Institution in Seagoville.
The "stigma" of environmental contamination that has already been removed does not merit damages for a Texas ranch, the state's high court ruled.
Gov. Rick Snyder ordered a review Monday of state standards for disposing certain types of radioactive waste in landfills, responding to public anger over the disclosure that material generated in Pennsylvania but rejected for storage there would be shipped to Michigan.
UPDATE: The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality reports that there was not a release of 8,700 gallons of diesel fuel oil as initially suspected.
Metro Detroit treatment plants released about 4.5 billion gallons of raw and partially treated sewage into local streams and rivers as a result of last week's massive rainstorm, according to a preliminary report from the state Department of Environmental Quality.
The state DEQ is investigating the concerns of some Garyville residents that abandoned railcars in that community could pose health hazards, according to a news report in the L'Observateur.
In a quiet, private vote yesterday , the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality voted to approve a Dallas-based chemical waste management company's request to triple capacity at its West Texas disposal site.
HELENA, Mont., Aug. 21 -- The Montana Department of Environmental Quality issued the following news release: The Energy and Telecommunications Interim Committee and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality have just released a publication to assist policymakers and the public in learning about energy issues in Montana.
Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline company, might be able to circumvent a delay in U.S. approvals for plans to nearly double the size of its Alberta Clipper line taking oil sands crude to the Midwest, saying it can put the oil in another pipeline to cross the border.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 04:52 am
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