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  1. American Power Group Announces Major Breakthrough With Its First EPA...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Market Wire

    These IUL approvals are in addition to APG's industry leading 456 EPA approvals already received for Outside Useful Life engines covering six of the top seven OEM engine platforms for model years from 2009 to the mid 1990's. Lyle Jensen, American Power Group Corporation's President and Chief Executive Officer stated, "The magnitude and strategic importance of this first series of IUL approvals marks another important milestone for APG and has multiple value-add implications: "The IUL addressable market is strategically important because it allows APG access to the medium to large fleet owners who operate 300+ vehicles and keep their trucks 4-5 years.

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  2. Loadman introduces new weight scale for cart tippersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Solid Waste and Recycling

    Latest in-motion scale addresses growing residential waste market and leverages technology LoadMan has honed over 25 years in commercial waste industry Creative Microsystems Inc., a global leader in on-board truck scale solutions, has announced its new LoadMan In-Motion Weight Scale for cart tippers, which utilizes state-of-the-art patent-pending load cell technology. This latest in-motion scale addresses the growing residential waste management market and leverages innovative technology that LoadMan has honed over 25 years in the commercial waste management industry.

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  3. Republic breaks ground on huge high-tech Nevada recycling complexRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2014 | Solid Waste and Recycling

    Republic Services Inc. subsidiary Republic Silver State Disposal Inc. has started construction on a new recycling facility that will double residential recycling capacity in southern Nevada, potentially making it the largest facility of its kind in the United States. The new 110,000 square-foot facility will be home to advanced recycling technologies, and will be built next to an existing 88,000 square-foot facility.

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  4. Texas Comptroller Susan Combs Releases Updated "Debt-At-A-Glance" Pages For Texas Water DistrictsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Gilmer Mirror

    Texas Comptroller Susan Combs today announced updated "Debt-at-a-Glance" Web pages that detail debt information for all water and municipal utility districts in the state, a major milestone in the Comptroller's efforts to shine a light on government spending. The new information includes debt information for 2,106 water and municipal utility districts, and an updated bond election table with the recent results from the Nov. 4 elections.

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  5. EPA Issues Proposal for More Stringent Ozone Standard Get Your Project Applications in ASAPRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | JD Supra

    While many Americans were already on the road toward their Thanksgiving destination on November 26, driving cars emitting hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides that form ozone in the atmosphere, the United States Environmental Protection Agency issued a proposal to lower the ozone , fewer than a quarter of co unties have failed to reach attainment. Lowering the standard to 70 ppb would increase nonattainment areas to nearly half the counties in the U.S., and a 65 ppb standard would throw more than two out of three counties into nonattainment.

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  6. Scrap Recycling Industry in US 2014-2018 A New Research Report at ReportsnReports.comRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | PRWeb

    Scrap Recycling Industry in US 2014-2018 is a new industry research report that profiles key players like Republic Services Inc., Schnitzer Steel industries Inc., Sims Recycling Ltd. and Waste Management Inc. Scrap recycling industry in US with increasing focus on producing clean energy to conserve natural resources and to reduce carbon footprints, the market for scrap recycling industry is growing steadily. The process of utilizing waste material to manufacture new products is known as scrap recycling.

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  7. Clark Geduldig Adds GOP Energy Lobbyist Mike CatanzaroRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Roll Call

    The all-GOP lobbying shop Clark Geduldig Cranford & Nielsen is picking up a new energy policy hire with ties to House and Senate Republicans. Mike Catanzaro, who previously handled energy and environmental issues for Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, and once worked as an aide on the Senate Environment and Public Works panel, will join the firm in the coming weeks.

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  8. Fired for Enforcing Texas's Rules?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | TheDailyBeast.com

    During their careers as oil and gas inspectors for the Texas Railroad Commission, Fred Wright and Morris Kocurek earned merit raises, promotions, and praise from their supervisors. But they may have done their jobs too well for the industry's taste-and for their own agency's.

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  9. Fierce debate ends in new trash deal awarded in Whitehall Twp.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | WFMZ

    Only after a lengthy and vociferous debate had degenerated into a shouting and name-calling spectacle did the Whitehall Township Board of Commissioners finally award their solid waste and recyclables contract to a different hauler who will adopt a different method of collecting trash and recycling in the township. Waste Management Inc. was awarded the contract for the collection and transportation of solid waste and recyclables over current carrier, J.P. Mascaro following the 4-3 vote Monday night.

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  10. Plant slapped with violations and fines following 2013 explosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | WBRZ

    Eighteen months after a chemical plant exploded it was fined $194,000 by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality for violations spanning six years. The agency found Williams Olefins violated codes and regulations 29 times.

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  11. Lawmaker proposes woodstove aidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | 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 Monday. For three decades, the state has required homeowners to switch out older stoves when they sell their properties.

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  12. "I feel real betrayed by the city," Woman claims dangerous chemicals are in the waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla.- A Midwest City woman, who says she only has months to live, is now worried about the water coming through her faucet. Karen says she is terminally ill and is forced to take 15 medications each day and drink about a gallon of water.

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  13. Phillips files for permit to build condensate splitter in Sweeny, TXRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Reuters

    Phillips 66 is seeking a permit to build a condensate splitter at the company's 247,000 barrels-per-day refinery in Sweeny, Texas as as the company mulls the export of condensate, a super-light form of crude oil without violating a decades-old U.S. crude export ban. The permit application filed earlier this month with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality identifies the project as a "simplified condensate splitter unit" and is a step in the company's ongoing study of the project.

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  14. Industrial Services of America files to sell 1.71M shares of common for holdersRead the original story

    Monday Dec 1 | Theflyonthewall.com

    Industrial Services of America files to sell 1.71M shares of common for holders Of the 1,714,286 shares of common stock covered by this prospectus, 857,143 shares are currently outstanding and 857,143 shares are issuable upon the exercise of outstanding warrants.

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  15. Stericycle agrees to record $2.3 million fine that will be halved if company moves to Tooele CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Salt Lake Tribune

    After more than a year of negotiations with state environmental regulators, Stericycle Inc. has agreed to a $2.3 million fine to resolve allegations that its North Salt Lake medical waste incinerator violated emission limits and rigged a stack test so that results would seem less than really were. The Division of Air Quality would waive half the record-setting fine if the Illinois-based waste processor successfully relocates its Utah operations to a remote Tooele County location on the western shore of the Great Salt Lake within three years of securing permits to construct and operate a new incinerator.

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  16. (Keith Johnson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Stericycle, located in North...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2014 | Salt Lake Tribune

    After more than a year of negotiations with state environmental regulators, Stericycle Inc. has agreed to a $2.3 million fine to resolve allegations that its North Salt Lake medical waste incinerator violated emission limits and rigged a stack test so that results would seem less than really were. The Division of Air Quality would waive half the record-setting fine if the Illinois-based waste processor successfully relocates its Utah operations to a remote Tooele County location on the western shore of the Great Salt Lake within three years of securing permits to construct and operate a new incinerator.

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  17. Vietnamese fisherman shares challenges facing the industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | CBS 3 Springfield

    A network of community groups hosted an event this past week, calling attention to the challenges facing commercial fishermen. The annual outing is called Come Fish off My Boat.

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  18. DuPont Says Plant Leaked 23,000 Pounds of Toxic GasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | MyHighPlains.com

    About 23,000 pounds of a flammable, foul-smelling toxic gas leaked from the DuPont chemical plant in La Porte where four workers died earlier this month, the company said Saturday. About 23,000 pounds of a flammable, foul-smelling toxic gas leaked from the DuPont chemical plant in La Porte where four workers died earlier this month, the company said Saturday.

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  19. Here come the new ozone standardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Off the Kuff

    Over the objections of Texas officials, the Obama administration on Wednesday proposed a long-delayed rule to slash levels of ozone - a smog-forming pollutant known to worsen asthma, lung disease and heart conditions. The regulation is the latest example of the federal Environmental Protection Agency's use of the Clean Air Act to crack down on the pollution wafting from factories, power plants and tailpipes.

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  20. Use of standard water chemicals starting todayRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    The city changed its method of disinfecting the water for a month and will start using its standard chemicals beginning today. The process could take up to two weeks to reach the far reaches of the water system, and residents may notice their water tasting less like chlorine, said Greg Morgan, managing director of utilities and public works.

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