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  1. CEI Today: Federal gaming ban, greenhouse gas emissions, labor union...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NH Insider

    Since the early days of the Republic, the question of how gambling is regulated has largely been a right reserved for the states. However, this week members of Congress will discuss legislation that would overturn state laws pertaining to gambling within their borders and create a federal ban, preventing states from legalizing online gambling in the future.


  2. Perma-Fix Schedules Fourth Quarter 2014 Earnings Conference CallRead the original story

    Friday | Sys-Con Media

    ... Environmental Services, Inc. is a nuclear services company and leading provider of nuclear and mixed waste management services. The Company's nuclear waste services include management and treatment of radioactive and mixed waste for hospitals, ...


  3. Less water consumption means more conservation awards for FriscoRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Dallas Morning News

    In 2009, Frisco installed a Campbell Scientific weather station to calculate daily evapotranspiration and help water users program home sprinkler systems. On March 13, as we sloshed through the puddles at the public works building, we couldn't help but think - what a lucky day.


  4. Jackson mayor declares infrastructure emergencyRead the original story

    Friday | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    The Clarion-Ledger reports Thursday's state of emergency declaration allows leeway in the bidding process with purchasing, engineering and other work and may lead to an influx of federal funds to assist with repairs. The mayor's office says Yarber met with Gov. Phil Bryant and representatives of the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality prior to signing the declaration.


  5. Muskegon Lake-Bear Creek cleanup gets $7.9 million boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MLive.com

    A very big piece of the Muskegon Lake cleanup puzzle has just been pressed into place - a nearly $8 million piece. The Great Lakes Commission announced Thursday, March 26, that it has received new funding from the federal Great Lakes Restoration Initiative to support ecological restoration efforts in the Muskegon Lake watershed.


  6. Mine dispute involving Montana ex-governor headed for trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Lexington Herald-Leader

    Schweitzer and a group of investors are seeking $10 million in compensation over mining claims that were condemned to make way for the proposed Montanore silver and copper mine near Libby. Project sponsor Mines Management Inc. of Spokane, Washington, rejected the group's compensation figure during court-ordered settlement talks on Wednesday.


  7. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    Thursday | Business Wire

    The... )--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "US Oncology Drugs Market Insights - 2015" repo... )--Waste Management, Inc. today announced that it has received all required approvals for and has now closed on the previously announced acquisition of the outstan... )--Montpelier Re Holdings Ltd. to release first quarter 2015 results on April 30, 2015.


  8. GOP senators object to climate planning directive for federal agenciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Hill

    Six Senate Republicans blasted the Obama administration's proposal to change how federal agencies consider climate change in environmental impact reviews. The Republicans, led by Environment and Public Works Committee Chairman James Inhofe , argued Thursday that the draft guidance from the White House is an illegal expansion of the National Environmental Policy Act .


  9. Waste Management Completes Acquisition of Deffenbaugh Disposal, Inc.Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | Business Wire

    "The acquisition of the Deffenbaugh assets aligns perfectly with our stated goal of driving shareholder value by maximizing our focus on our core business," said David P. Steiner, President and Chief Executive Officer of Waste Management. "It also achieves one other important objective: replacing a portion of the divested 2014 Wheelabrator earnings at an attractive price."


  10. Why Clean Energy Fuels Can Continue Beating The Market Despite Certain ChallengesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Seeking Alpha

    ... continuously strengthening its partnerships with some of the major waste companies in the U.S. Last year, Waste Management (NYSE: WM ) bought more than 800 CNG trucks, accounting for nearly 90% of its fresh truck procurement. The good thing is that ...


  11. It takes a village, and some goatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Tigard Times

    The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has enlisted a new source of labor to help clean up polluted brownfields: goats. The nonprofit community group Green Lents hopes to create a community orchard at a one-third-acre lot at Southeast 87th Avenue and Malden Court, along the Springwater Corridor Trail.


  12. Municipal Separate Storm Sewer SystemRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | City of New Braunfels

    In order to comply with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality MS4 permit requirements, the City of New Braunfels has developed a Storm Water Management Plan . The SWMP outlines programs and Best Management Practices the City will implement in order to minimize pollution associated with stormwater runoff.


  13. Westwego city hall construction beginning after 15 years of planningRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Times-Picayune

    Sitting in his office at Westwego City Hall on Wednesday, Mayor Johnny Shaddinger pointed to the 4-by-4s and plywood he uses to elevate three file cabinets and a small refrigerator 5 inches above the floor. "That's not there for aesthetics," he said of the makeshift deck.


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    Thursday Mar 26 | WSJV-TV South Bend

    The state Department of Environmental Quality has approved revisions for Eagle Mine's groundwater discharge permit in the Upper Peninsula. WLUC-TV reports that the changes were made in response to public comment about the permit, which provides conditions to safeguard surface water and groundwater near the mine.


  15. State approves revisions to Eagle Mine groundwater permitRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Northern Michigan News

    The state Department of Environmental Quality has approved revisions for Eagle Mine's groundwater discharge permit in the Upper Peninsula. WLUC-TV reports that the changes were made in response to public comment about the permit, which provides conditions to safeguard surface water and groundwater near the mine.


  16. Dean Foods Rolling Out 64 CNG Trucks, FuelingRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | Heavy Duty Trucking

    Dean Foods, one of the nation's largest food and beverage companies, will begin adding 64 medium- and heavy-duty trucks powered by compressed natural gas and a fueling station at its Houston plant under a new agreement with Clean Energy Fuels Corp. Dean Foods is introducing 57 Freightliner M2-112 straight trucks and seven Freightliner Cascadia over-the-road tractors powered by Cummins ISL-G and ISX12-G engines over the next few months. The trucks will be outfitted with Agility CNG fuel tanks.


  17. Pollution Update 3-26-15Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | Eugene Weekly

    The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is accepting comments on the proposed cleanup plan for the McAyeal's Wardrobe Cleaners site through 5 pm on Tuesday, March 31. The site is located between the downtown Eugene Public Library and Kiva.


  18. Prospects minimal to recover more oil from Yellows...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Rock102online.com

    State and federal regulators say the response to a 30,000-gallon oil spill into Montana's Yellowstone River is shifting from emergency crude recovery to long-term monitoring and remediation. Paul Peronard with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday that about 2,500 gallons of oil were recovered.


  19. Cylvia Hayes is gone, but ocean acidification project lives onRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | South County Spotlight

    Cylvia Hayes is no longer first lady, but many of the policies she pushed remain intact as top state priorities, including work on ocean acidification. West Coast governors are working to arrange a meeting with senior officials in the White House and federal agencies to push for more spending on research into the problem, which has hit the region's shellfish industry.


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    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Advocate

    Three months since Geismar residents voiced their opposition to a proposed Ascension Parish sewage treatment plant in their area, parish government officials said Wednesday they have not had success in finding a cost-effective replacement location. The lack of a location presents a major stumbling block for the parish to close on a $60 million low-interest loan for a parishwide sewer system.