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An industrial center in the Motor City's heyday, the Detroit River today is pocked with empty buildings and weed-choked loading platforms. Comment?
An oil sands byproduct, petroleum coke, has brought more business to the city's waterfront. Comment?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently released its most comprehensive review to date on how the built environment the way we build our cities and towns directly affects our environment and public health. Comment?
... Buy at Davenport... Vantage Drilling (VTG) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo... Waste Management (WM) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Goldman... Lexington Realty (LXP) downgraded to Underweight from Hold at KeyBanc... EPR ... Comment?
On The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary Today's noteworthy upgrades include: Alexandria Real Estate upgraded to Buy from Neutral at ISI Group... BB&T upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Evercore... CyrusOne upgraded to Strong Buy from Outperform at Raymond James... EQT Corporation upgraded to Buy from Hold at Brean Capital... Edwards ... (more) Comment?
Burgmeier's Hauling has bought all the residential and the "rearload" commercial container accounts in Blair County from Waste Management, effective July 1. Burgmeier's will add 2,500 customers through the purchase, bringing its total to 25,500 customers in six Pennsylvania counties, western Maryland and eastern West Virginia, according to company ... (more) Comment?
Activists protest in front of mounds of of petroleum coke on the Detroit waterfront. Comment?
City officials in Zeeland are considering a $9.3 million expansion of the city's clean water plant that would double its capacity. Comment?
Ascension Parish officials on Monday began answering questions and soliciting public comments about a proposed sewer system that would serve residents on the parish's east bank of the Mississippi River. Comment?
... Kong Infrastructure Holdings (CKI) made a similar investment in New Zealand when it snapped up diversified waste management company EnviroWaste for $501 million. (In addition to waste-to-energy, EnviroWaste also manages landfills.) At the time, Kam ... Comment?
Nuclear Production Partners, the Babcock & Wilcox-led team that earlier lost its bid for the $22 billion government contract to manage the Y-12 and Pantex nuclear weapons plants, has filed a new protest on the contract award, B&W announced Monday evening. Comment?
An environmental group is suing federal water and wildlife agencies, contending that the agencies have long delayed taking the steps needed to protect Idaho's water quality. Comment?
Industrial Services of America Inc.'s president and chief operating officer has resigned, and director Orson Oliver has been selected interim president and interim CEO of the Louisville-based company. Comment?
An environmental group is suing federal water and wildlife agencies, contending that the agencies have long delayed taking the steps needed to protect Idaho's water quality, the Associated Press reports. Comment?
Mark Sine hopes for a mild summer -- in fact, he wouldn't mind a little more rain. Comment?
Jun. 17, 2013 - Office Review Total vacancy declined from 12.7% to 12.6% in May. Multi-tenant vacancy reversed its 4 month climb and dropped to 18.8%. Comment?
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a precautionary beach closure today from Grande View Drive to Brady Drive in Biloxi . Comment?
Mayor David Cann told his council and people in attendance Monday, June 10, that the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality issued a violation because it said the city hadn't filed a Consumer Confidential Rule report last year. Comment?
Underground smoldering at the Bridgeton Landfill has created a foul odor so strong that Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster sued the landfill owner, Republic Services Inc. Bridgeton Landfill is part of the larger West Lake Landfill. Comment?
Neighbors in Broken Arrow are finally seeing debris removed from their streets after a tornado ripped through their area in May. Wagoner County told FOX23 it took so long to get the debris removal started because the county had to get a permit approved by the Department of Environmental Quality. Comment?