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  1. Cleanup of oil spill on Montana's Yellowstone River to slow as thin ice makes work dangerousRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Brandon Sun

    The struggle to recover 30,000 gallons of oil from a pipeline spill into Montana's Yellowstone River is expected to grind to a near-halt in coming days as warmer weather makes ice on the river increasingly dangerous, state regulators and a company spokesman said Wednesday. Because of brittle ice, crews trying to recover oil trapped beneath the Yellowstone could be pulled off the river as early as Thursday, said Bonnie Lovelace with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality.

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  2. Cleanup of oil spill on Montana's Yellowstone River to slow as thin ice makes work dangerousRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Canadian Business Magazine

    The struggle to recover 30,000 gallons of oil from a pipeline spill into Montana's Yellowstone River is expected to grind to a near-halt in coming days as warmer weather makes ice on the river increasingly dangerous, state regulators and a company spokesman said Wednesday. Because of brittle ice, crews trying to recover oil trapped beneath the Yellowstone could be pulled off the river as early as Thursday, said Bonnie Lovelace with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality.

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  3. L&I fines Waste Connections, contractorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | The Columbian

    Waste Connections Inc. of Washington-Clark County - which offers solid waste collection, transfer and recycling services - was cited for 23 serious violations and fined $100,000 by the state Department of Labor & Industries on Wednesday. ( The state Department of Labor & Industries said Wednesday it has fined two Vancouver area companies a total of $177,600 for multiple safety violations at the West Vancouver Material Recovery Center.

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  4. Public hearing set on permits for proposed gravel pit in WatsonRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | The Advocate

    A public hearing on the water quality certification for Southern Aggregates' proposed gravel pit in Watson is scheduled March 19. The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold the joint hearing at 6 p.m. in the Live Oak High School cafeteria, 36079 La. 16, Denham Springs.

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  5. Amid Poor Results Waste Management Is More and More ExpensiveRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | GuruFocus.com

    In this article, let's take a look at Waste Management Inc. , a $24.33 billion market cap company, which is the largest U.S. trash hauling/disposal concern. Current macro conditions continue to place pressure on customers and led to higher prices.

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  6. Craft beer made from recycled sewage water is coming soon to PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Salon

    It's purified sewage water, to be more specific, that's been treated by Hillsboro Clean Water Services in Oregon - and which they insist is cleaner than ordinary drinking water. It's subjected to ultra-filtration, reverse osmosis and enhanced oxidation; as a result, insists Mark Jockers, the company's government and public affairs manager, "the water that comes from the high purity water system is the cleanest water on the planet."

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  7. Rockies Today, January 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | The Missoula Independent Online

    Wildlife groups seek 'threatened' status for wolves Wyoming U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis has joined with representatives from Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota on legislation that would remove federal protection for wolves in those states and allow hunting once again, a move that wildlife groups hope to stave off by petitioning the U.S. Fish ... (more)

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  8. The dream of beer made from sewage water is alive in PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Mashable

    Last year, Hillsboro Clean Water Services in Oregon held a competition for home brewers to create beer using 30% sewer water. Now they want to take it to the next level by teaming up with the Oregon Brew Crew to craft beer using only purified sewer water.

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  9. New e-waste fees could discourage proper disposalRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Idyllwild Town Crier Online

    Hans Kernkamp, general manager and chief engineer of the Riverside County Waste Management Department, observed that additional fees could have the unintended effect of facilitating improper disposal of e-waste.

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  10. Ray accepts resignation of recreation directorRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Romeo Observer

    The Ray Township Board of Trustees announced the resignation of Recreation Director Mary DiCaro at their meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20. DiCaro became recreation director in September 2014, replacing longtime director Joyce Oliver. She was offered a full-time position at Rochester Avon Recreation Authority and accepted it.

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  11. North Dakota: oil producers aim to cut radioactive...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    ... our efforts to protect the health and safety of North Dakotans," said Scott Radig, head of the department's waste management division, which late Tuesday extended the public comment period to March on the rule change. Even if a legislative panel ...

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  12. Biosurveillance Gateway Supports Centralized Global Disease ResponseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    A new online resource, called the Biosurveillance Gateway , is in place at Los Alamos National Laboratory, providing a centralized portal for all news, information, resources and research related to biosurveillance at the laboratory. "The goal of the site is to support global disease surveillance, providing useful tools developed at Los Alamos for professionals around the world to reference from a single location," said Alina Deshpande, the project's leader.

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  13. Beer made of poop water?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Fox News

    There's water being turned into wine and then there's this: A Portland company wants to turn sewage into water-and then have beer brewed from that water. Clean Water Services operates four metro-area wastewater treatment plants, and it's asked the state of Oregon for the green light to give some of its treated water to a handful of home brewers, who would in turn brew on a small scale and serve their beer at events, reports OPB .

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  14. RRS names affiliate vice presidentRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Recycling Today

    The consulting firm RRS , based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has announced that Michael Timpane has joined the company as affiliate vice president, effective immediately. Timpane joins RRS from Waste Management Inc. where he served as director of municipal recycling and diversion.

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  15. TPC Scottsdale shines after recent renovationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Golfweek

    Don't let the guys at PGA Tour headquarters get in the way of the big story at this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open. The real news out of TPC Scottsdale is that players were greeted by a totally revamped course.

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  16. WaterSavr Technology Helps Drought Conservation Efforts In TexasRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Water Online

    FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL, INC. , isthe developer and manufacturer of biodegradable polymers for oil extraction, detergent ingredients and water treatment as well as crop nutrient availability chemistry.

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  17. Fort Smith Board talks domestic violence policy, Whirlpool pollution clean upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | The City Wire

    On the agenda was sex, violence and toxic water. Nope, it was not the latest original show from Netflix, but Tuesday's study session of the Fort Smith Board of Directors.

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  18. Beer made with sewer water, 'cleanest water on planet'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Beer made with sewer water, 'cleanest water on planet' Washington County is holding a contest where home brewers are going to make their beer with treated sewer water. Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1CeWI0N Which is why this summer, Landers will be one of more than a dozen local home brewers taking part in a unique experiment.

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  19. Timberline Announces Authorization for Construction and Operation of...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | PressReleasePoint

    The MDEQ, which was tasked with evaluating and selecting a plan for operating the mine, has selected the Agency Mitigated Alternative authorizing BHJV to construct and operate the proposed mine with certain modifications to some aspects of BHJV's proposed plan. In announcing its decision in the ROD, the MDEQ noted, "The DEQ has selected the Agency Mitigated Alternative, authorizing BHJV to construct and operate the proposed underground gold mine.

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  20. Obama opens Atlantic Coast to oil drilling, puts Alaskan waters off limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The Obama administration is opening up waters off the Atlantic Coast and Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas drilling, while putting big swaths of the Arctic waters of Alaska's Chukchi and Beaufort Seas off-limits to oil development. A new five-year program for offshore oil and gas leasing, announced Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Interior, includes 10 sales in the Gulf of Mexico and proposes one big sale in the South Atlantic off the coastlines of Virginia, North and South Carolina and Georgia.

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