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  1. Oregon Turns To Redemption Centers To Boost Return Of Empty Bottles And CansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Those changes -- the biggest since the Bottle Bill's adoption a generation ago -- have been slowly playing out as grocery stores close their return stations in favor of centralized off-site redemption centers. And the state will soon determine if the deposit paid for each bottle and can of soda, water or beer will remain at a nickel or double to a dime.


  2. Trib: Sandpoint Mayor Earns JeerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Spokesman-Review

    In his weekly Cheers & Jeers column, opinion writer Marty Trillhaase of the Lewiston Tribune jeers Sandpoint Mayor Carrie Logan: Talk about weird timing. Just as Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden was convening officials and people in her community last week in a forum about operating government in public, Logan was shutting people out.


  3. Whistleblower at Jordan Cove LNG-terminal site warns of contaminated soilRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Oregonian

    The Jordan Cove Energy Project, a $7 billion liquefied natural gas export proposal, plans to dredge 2.3 million cubic yards of material out of the North Spit of Coos Bay to accommodate its shipping berth. It plans to use resulting spoils to build massive berms that would elevate its gas liquefaction and power plants out of the tsunami inundation zone.


  4. Funding benefits Flagstaff charter schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ABC15.com

    The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has awarded a more than $63,000 grant to the Pine Forest Education Association Inc. The group recently purchased a building that housed a Catholic church to expand curriculum for its students.


  5. Wood stove legislation blazes its way through LansingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WLUC-TV Negaunee

    The bill was introduced by Republican Senator Tom Casperson of Escanaba. It is to make sure residents using wood burning stoves are not impacted by new emission standards set to go into effect after May, 2015.


  6. Some frequently asked questions about no burn daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Arizona Republic

    Some frequently asked questions about no burn days Arizona and Maricopa County air quality agencies are spread the word about no burn days. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/16xTEzF The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and the Maricopa County Air Quality Department kicked off their yearly campaign to raise awareness about no burn days and the problem of wood smoke.


  7. White House Updates Draft Guidance on NEPA Greenhouse Gas EvaluationsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | IOMA

    Dec. 18 - Federal agencies should consider the climate impact of any action that would increase greenhouse gas emissions by the equivalent of 25,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, the White House Council on Environmental Quality said in updated draft guidance. The draft guidance released Dec. 18 outlines how agencies should consider the impact of federal projects on climate change during reviews under the National Environmental Policy Act.


  8. White House Proposes Vetting Projects for Climate ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wall Street Journal

    The White House is calling on federal agencies to consider the climate-change impact of a wide range of energy projects that require government approval.


  9. Obama Sets Guidelines for Climate Review in Agency DecisionsRead the original story

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    The Council on Environmental Quality in the White House issued the long-delayed plan for treating greenhouse-gas emissions today. It won't exempt any individual project on the ground it won't change overall trends of climate change.


  10. OKC Police Search For Stolen Trailer Containing Radioactive MaterialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | News9 Oklahoma City

    Police need the public's help in searching for a missing nuclear testing device, which was stolen from a hotel parking lot this week. So far police say they don't have any leads in this case.


  11. York County, Poquoson neighbors divided over dredging of Lambs CreekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Lee Riggins Rich is opposed to the dredging of Lambs Creek because she states it would affect her oyster farming business. Lee Riggins Rich is opposed to the dredging of Lambs Creek because she states it would affect her oyster farming business.


  12. White House proposes climate guidelines for energy projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Washington Examiner

    Federal agencies should consider how their actions would contribute to climate change when conducting environmental reviews on energy, mining and infrastructure projects, the White House said Thursday. The draft plan from the Council on Environmental Quality aims to guide federal agency reviews of greenhouse gas emissions through the National Environmental Policy Act, which applies to decisions requiring federal approval such as highways, export terminals and electric grid infrastructure.


  13. Riverbend LandfillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | OregonLive.com

    ... for its own solid waste. I have a suggestion in that regard, should Metro continue to do business with Waste Management, Inc, the Texas based company that owns and operates Riverbend Landfill, and is the 200th largest corporation in the world. ...


  14. Potable Groundwater and the Excruciating Business of City BureaucracyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | D Magazine

    This morning a St. Paul Place corner-office-dwelling FrontBurnervian passed along a public meeting notice he received at his Uptown condo. It concerns a request by a McKinney Avenue landowner to have the city officially prohibit the use of groundwater found below property between Leonard and Fairmount streets.


  15. Motiva still planning hydrocracker expansion at Texas refineryRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Reuters

    Motiva Enterprises {MOTIV.UL] is still seeking a permit to expand a hydrocracker and diesel hydrotreater unit at its Texas refinery, just with a different agency, the company said on Thursday. Earlier this month, Motiva withdrew a permit application submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in August to expand the unit at its 600,250 barrels per day refinery in Port Arthur, the largest in the United States.


  16. Duke Energy, green group agree on cleaning up ash at S.C. coal plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Business Journal

    ... - and rebury it in a lined site. On Thursday, Duke informed state regulators that it has contracted with Waste Management Inc. to dig up that ash and bury in a lined landfill Waste Management operates 70 miles away in Homer, Ga. And Duke's filing ...


  17. WH: Agencies should factor for climate change in project reviewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The Hill

    The White House is floating new guidelines for federal agencies on how to weigh climate change impacts when reviewing energy and infrastructure projects. The proposed guidelines from the White House Council on Environmental Quality specifically address National Environmental Policy Act reviews by agencies, which require an analysis of the environmental impact by projects that need a federal greenlight.


  18. Casella finalizing plan to double capacity of Old Town landfillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Bangor Daily News

    Juniper Ridge Landfill in Old Town is expected to fill in less than seven years at the current rate of disposal, which is prompting Casella Waste Systems - the company hired to operate it - to prepare an expansion plan. "Literally since 2005, we've been at this," Don Meagher, Casella's manager of planning and development, said on Thursday at the company's fourth and final "Milestone Meeting" in advance of filing their expansion plans in 2015.


  19. Lawmakers consider incentives to replace older wood stovesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The Forest Grove News-Times

    Oregon's environmental agency could soon explore options to reduce pollution from older, dirtier wood stoves, if lawmakers move ahead with draft legislation introduced on last week. For three decades, the state has required homeowners to switch out older stoves when they sell their properties.


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

    Thursday Dec 18 | Business Wire

    8, LLC, pursuant to a discrete indenture dated Dec. 1, 20... )--Clean Harbors today announced that its Safety-Kleen subsidiary is revising its rate structure for its purchase of used engine and industrial oils. )--Empowering women to thrive is a worldwide commitment of The Coca-Cola Company and one of three global priorities for The Coca-Cola Foundation.