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  1. Broken word?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Tooele Transcript Bulletin On-line

    Stericycle has yet to burn one ounce of medical waste in Tooele County, but it could be argued that the company has already broken its word.Stericycle's plan to open a medical waste incinerator on a 40-acre site 20 miles northwest of Grantsville comes as no surprise; after all, the company must cease operations at its North Salt Lake location by ... (more)


  2. Rockies Today, March 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | The Missoula Independent Online

    Cleanup of Silver Bow Creek in Montana nearing the end The Montana Department of Environmental Quality began removing toxic mining waste from Silver Bow Creek in Montana in 1999, and the remediation efforts, which included lengthening the run of the creek from 21.5 miles to 27 miles, as well as the removal of 5.4 million cubic ... (more)


  3. Michigan Awards Nearly $300,000 For Water Quality MonitoringRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | WLNS-TV Lansing

    Recipients announced Tuesday by the Department of Environmental Quality include Saginaw Valley State University, which is getting more than $61,000 to monitor Bad Axe Creek in Huron County; and Calvin College, which is getting more than $56,000 for Plaster Creek in Kent County. The Kalamazoo County Office of the Drain Commissioner received more than $39,000; Western Michigan University got about $37,000; and the Wayne County Department of Public Services received nearly $36,000 to monitor the Rouge River in two counties.


  4. US to pledge up to 28 percent emission cut in global treatyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Deseret News

    In this March 19, 2015, file photo, President Barack Obama, flanked by senior adviser Brian Deese, left, and Christina Goldfuss, managing director of the Council on Environmental Quality, speaks at Energy Department in Washington. In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will pledge to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by up to 28 percent as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House's plans.


  5. CVFD open burn program through end of MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | The Bugle

    Anyone who plans to burn brush, weeds or other vegetation this year may obtain a burn permit from the Camp Verde Fire District office at no cost through May 31, though that date may change "depending on the fire danger level at that time," said Camp Verde Fire Marshal Kristi Gagnon. CVFD and Arizona Department of Environmental Quality entered into an Inter-Governmental Agreement in 2014, in which ADEQ signed a Delegation of Authority to CVFD to issue burn permits on their behalf for residents within the district.


  6. Making The Grade: A Six-Point Plan To Regain America's Infrastructure LeadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Water Online

    What will it take to get the country's infrastructure back on track and up to speed? A group of experts has set the course. In 2012, the White House Council on Environmental Quality convened a meeting to address the ongoing decline in the nation's infrastructure.


  7. Bill lowering sewage spill reporting requirements moves out of committeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Senate Bill 912 would reduce reporting requirements for utility providers that spill less than 1,000 gallons of untreated and partially treated sewage as long as the spill is contained before it reaches waters of the state, including tributaries and lakes and does not threaten public or private sources of drinking water or endanger the environment and human health or safety. Texas law requires utility providers to report spills of any size to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality within 24 hours.


  8. Virginia Military Institute Opens the 26th Annual Environment SymposiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | WCAV

    The 26th Environment Virginia Symposium begins Tuesday and continues through Thursday. A highlight of the conference will be a panel discussion of the train derailment and oil spill that occurred one year ago in the James River in Lynchburg.


  9. Dean Foods deploying CNG vehiclesRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Fleet Owner Magazine

    The fueling station will be built at the Oak Farms Dairy plant in Houston and will fuel Dean Foods' CNG vehicles beginning in the second half of this year. M2-112 straight trucks and 7 Freightliner Cascadia over-the-road tractors powered by the Cummins ISL G and ISX12 G engines, respectively.


  10. Michigan Awards $350,000 In Grants For Dam Removal, FixesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | WLNS-TV Lansing

    The state of Michigan has awarded $350,000 to four projects that will remove obsolete dams or fix those needing repairs. Officials with the Department of Natural Resources say the Dam Management Grant Program results in improved fisheries, aquatic resources and public safety.


  11. 'A regulator trying to police its own standards'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Jamaica Observer

    OPPOSITION Leader Andrew Holness has reiterated his call for the Riverton dump to be privatised as the National Solid Waste Management Authority cannot be both a regulator and an operator of the site. His call comes even as toxic smoke continues to linger over the city from the dump, which has been on fire for nearly two weeks.


  12. More Biohazard Containers Found In Arkansas RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    Four more containers filled with biohazard material were found on the Arkansas River. A boater found the containers near the Ralston Bridge this weekend.


  13. El Paso Electric Announces Commercial Operation Of Montana Power Station Units 1 And 2Read the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Power Online

    El Paso Electric welcomes the completion and commercial operation of the first two generating units at the Montana Power Station located in east El Paso, Texas. The two state-of-the-art 88-megawatt simple-cycle aero-derivative combustion turbines are powered by natural gas, the cleanest fossil fuel available.


  14. Board OKs $1.6 million in cutsRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Oxford Leader

    Brandon Twp.- District officials put in months of study on their way to making $1.6 million in cuts to balance the budget. Approval of the cuts on Monday night, however, was done in just about an hour.


  15. Utah medical waste incinerator proposes doubling productionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Wichita Eagle

    A medical waste burning plant that is leaving North Salt Lake City after being cited for toxic emissions wants to more than double production at a new facility in a rural part of the state. Stericycle Inc. is proposing to burn 18,000 tons of medical waste per year at a future site in Tooele County - up from 7,000 tons per year at the current site, according to details state environmental regulators posted online Monday.


  16. Thumbs up/down for Tuesday, 3.24.15Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Connecticut Post

    Thumbs down to the various officials, both at the town and state level, for poor traffic planning on the Monroe Turnpike in Trumbull. In 2012, a restaurant and a fitness center went up just south of Old Mine Road on Route 111, also known as Monroe Turnpike.


  17. Michigan Officials Weighing Idea Of Great Lakes Fish FarmingRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | TheCourier.com

    Officials with the Department of Environmental Quality tell The Associated Press they've heard from two operators interested in raising rainbow trout in netted enclosures in Lake Michigan.


  18. ATA Joins Suit Against Oregon's Clean Fuels ProgramRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Heavy Duty Trucking

    The American Trucking Associations has joined a lawsuit against the state of Oregon to block the state's low carbon fuel standards. The ATA joins the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers and the Consumer energy Alliance in the suit.


  19. Danville Water Problem Emerges Again; Residents Complain of Odd Taste, OdorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | WSET-TV Lynchburg

    Jeffrey Wells, the Director of the Danville Office of Drinking Water, came to the water treatment plant to look into what's going on. "We are also in touch with the Department of Environmental Quality that monitors the rivers in the state of Virginia," said Wells.


  20. Bandon man forced to clean up property or face jail timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | KPIC

    A Coos County jury found a Bandon man guilty on several charges in February after authorities say he essentially kept his own private junk yard for over a decade. According to the Coos County District Attorney's Office, Dale Alan Pennie has been receiving citations since 2005.