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  1. Tiny houses popular in Northwest, but banned in SalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | Statesman Journal

    Tiny houses. Everyone loves them. Cute, inexpensive, and eco-friendly, tiny houses are popping up all over the Northwest.


  2. Flint plans to start using its river water instead of Detroit's on MondayRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | The Detroit News

    Flint -- Flint's plans to get drinking water from the Flint River instead of the Detroit water department are expected to become reality on Monday.


  3. 2-2011 News: Nucor Go-AheadRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Metal Center News

    The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality has issued an air quality permit to Nucor Corp., Charlotte, N.C., paving the way for construction to begin on the steelmaker's direct reduced iron facility in St. James Parish.


  4. Winona falls behind on gas bill, water maintenanceRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Residents in Winona will see increases in their monthly utility bills, but the increases will not address an outstanding balance on the city's gas bill.


  5. Spokane to take over Waste-to-Energy Plant operations - Thu, 17 Apr 2014 PSTRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | The Spokesman-Review

    ... of the regional trash system to Spokane County. Under the contract with Wheelabrator, a subsidiary of Waste Management Inc., Spokane had to guarantee minimum tonnage each year and pay the difference if it fell short. The company that has operated ...


  6. Pollution Update 4-17-14Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Eugene Weekly

    Oregon Department of Environmental Quality sent San Mateo-based J.H. Baxter & Co.


  7. Senator wants LCRA's permit revokedRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | KVUE.com

    Inside the Texas Capitol, State Sen. Troy Fraser is calling for action against the corporation that controls Central Texas water.


  8. Court thwarts Sierra Club's hazardous waste challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    A state appeals court has thwarted a challenge to a hazardous waste disposal site in West Texas - a ruling that signals growing difficulties for those trying to scrutinize the decisions of Texas environmental regulators.


  9. Refinery issues statement in response to river spillRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | KSAT-TV San Antonio



  10. There's 'No Government-Wide Mechanism' to Determine How...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | TheBlaze.com

    How much does it cost taxpayers for the federal government to do environmental assessments? And what's the return on that cost? Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy testifies on Capitol Hill with Acting EPA Chief Financial Officer Maryann Froehlich, March 27, 2014.


  11. Mayor Parker and the Carton Council announce expanded carton recyclingRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 12 | Examiner.com

    ... city's recycling program to include more types of food cartons. She was joined by Gary Readore of the Solid Waste Management Division and Michel Wagner of the Carton Council . The Mayor also restated her goal of expanding the recycling program to ...


  12. Bill seeks to ease Lafayette Parish water woesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | The Daily Advertiser

    Sens. Page Cortez, R-Lafayette, and Fred Mills, R-Parks, say legislation approved Wednesday in committee could help residents in their communities end years of suffering with discolored water.


  13. Climate change certification coming soon, May 12-14, 2014 forum plannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Examiner.com

    The Association of Climate Change Officers , a non-profit group conceived by two D.C. lawyers, is on the cusp of implementing a new kind of professional credential that will cover all facets of climate change and all kinds of professionals.


  14. WT working with MDEQ for a new sewer facilityRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Romeo Observer

    Washington Township is advancing its plans to improve infrastructure with a new wastewater treatment plant and a water tower.


  15. Backyard burning season in east Multnomah County begins todayRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | OregonLive.com

    Gresham's interim Fire Chief Greg Matthews announced that the 2014 Spring Backyard Burning Season for the cities of Fairview, Gresham and Wood Village begins today.


  16. From sink to garden: Gray water systems catching on in TucsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | KTAR

    The green tree python on display in the Reid Park Zoo's Lee H. Brown Family Conservation Learning Center coils to collect rain.


  17. E. coli Traces Have Yale Residents Boiling Water, Hoping For All-ClearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    The City of Yale is telling all of its 500-plus residents to boil the water before drinking or cooking.


  18. Significant baseline levels of arsenic found in soil throughout Ohio are due to natural processesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Science Daily

    Geologic and soil processes are to blame for significant baseline levels of arsenic in soil throughout Ohio, according to a new study.


  19. Waste Management named 2014 world's most ethical companyRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Journal-Advocate

    Waste Management has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute, an independent center of research promoting best practices in corporate ethics and governance, as a 2014 World's Most Ethical CompanyA .


  20. It's Hard to Know How Much Agencies are Spending on Environmental Impact AnalysesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Government Executive

    The 1969 National Environmental Policy Act, which introduced the country to the "environmental impact statement," has been enforced by multiple agencies with little data on the costs of analyzing its effects, according to a roundup by the Government Accountability Office.