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  1. A meeting to discuss plans for the old Allied Paper site in Kalamazoo.Read the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | WOODTV.com

    A public meeting about a plan from the Environmental Protection Agency to redevelop the old Allied Paper Mill site, where hazardous waste was dumped for decades, was held Thursday at the St. Joseph Catholic Church. The plan is to consolidate the PCB-contaminated soil into a hill and cap it.


  2. Asia-bound cargo ship held in Alaska harbor amid inquiryRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | The Miami Herald

    ... for release by the Coast Guard after posting a bond, Feldis said. The Coast Guard, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. attorney's office are involved in the investigation. Oops, you haven't selected any newsletters. Please check the ...


  3. CSUMB students optimistic about job marketRead the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | KION 46

    Graduating students at CSUMB are entering a job market that's a lot different than it was when they started college. By the look of a job fair on campus, businesses are hiring.


  4. Allied Paper cleanup compromise met with cautious optimism during first public unveilingRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | MLive.com

    A compromise plan for cleaning the Kalamazoo's Allied Paper Superfund site was met with cautious optimism from citizens and local officials after it was unveiled publicly for the first time Thursday. The plan, which was drafted during discussion between the city; the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, would consolidate the contaminated soil on 23 acres and cap it, allowing for redevelopment of the remainder of the 90-acre Superfund site.


  5. Regional water quality plan moving forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Cape Cod Times

    Sponsored by the Cape Cod Commission, the second annual One Cape Summit attracted elected officials, business executives, community leaders and concerned citizens. But despite the turnout and pending deadlines for the regional water quality management plan that prompted the gathering, the document itself was still not available for the public to examine.


  6. Letter: Beacon Hilla s report on EPA plan not a credible sourceRead the original story

    54 min ago | The Advocate

    Earlier this week, Quin Hillyer published an opinion article titled "Obama carbon rule would choke Louisiana." The basis for Hillyer's argument is a joint report with the Beacon Hill Institute and the New Orleans-based Pelican Institute for Public Policy.


  7. Do you remember all of your shots in a round?Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | The Sand Trap

    Just FYI, looks like Old Works is in some financial trouble. They almost shut down last October, but are trying to limp ahead and find enough funding to keep going.


  8. Kansas pesticide maker agrees to EPA penaltyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal

    A northeast Kansas pesticide manufacturer has agreed to pay an $88,533 civil penalty after being cited by the Environmental Protection Agency for selling an unregistered or misbranded pesticide. The EPA announced Thursday the action involving Quest Products, of Linwood.


  9. Asia-bound cargo ship held in Alaska harbor cleared to leaveRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NewsOK.com

    ... GMBH, the operator is Herm. Dauelsberg GMBH, and the ship is registered in Liberia. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is part of the investigation with the Coast Guard and the U.S. attorney's office in Anchorage.


  10. UPS Named Climate Leadership Award Winner by EPARead the original story

    3 hrs ago | CSRwire.com

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Center for Corporate Climate Leadership recognized UPS with one of its Climate Leadership Awards for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The awards acknowledge the voluntary work organizations do to build resilience to climate change.


  11. Sen. Jim Inhofe Throws Snowball on Senate Floor in Attempt to Debunk Climate ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | KRVN-AM Lexington

    Sen. Jim Inhofe, a devoted climate change denier, tossed a snowball at someone on the Senate floor Thursday as he tried to debunk climate change. "In case we had forgotten because we keep hearing that 2014 has been the warmest year on record, I ask the chair: You know what this is? It's a snowball and that just from outside here so it's very, very cold out.


  12. Arsenic Leak in Ohio County Under InvestigationRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WEHT

    Inspectors with the E.P.A. are expected to return to the site of an arsenic leak in Ohio County in the next two weeks. It happened in a wooded area just off of Highway 231 north of Hartford.


  13. From D.C. to Silicon Valley: Political figures find second careers in techRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Mashable

    On the list of eye-catching items one might include on a resume, saying you personally spoke on behalf of the president of the United States certainly ranks highly. You might reasonably assume a person with that qualification would become a talking head on some big television network, or use that prestige to represent a cause near and dear to him or her.


  14. Construction stopped on Sparwood wellRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Free Press

    Development on a well in the District of Sparwood has been frozen pending the province's adoption of higher selenium guidelines that render the need for the well obsolete. The well in question, Well 4, is located in a separate watershed from the district next to Wilson Creek.


  15. Jonesboro fights blight in north part of the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KAIT-TV Jonesboro

    JONESBORO, AR - The city of Jonesboro made a list of brownfield areas in north Jonesboro after people in the community voiced their desire to see some buildings removed. The Environmental Protection Agency defines a brownfield area as a location that contains or may contain hazardous material on site.


  16. Causes of Great Lakes Smelt Population Decline Are ComplexRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2010 | Science Daily

    ... including from the U.S. Geological Survey, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Great Lakes National Program Office, discovered the unexpected increase in offspring after analyzing about 40 years of fisheries ...


  17. Rick Manning: On Obama's BudgetRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | FITSNews

    You can tell a lot about someone's priorities by sneaking a peak at their budget. From churches and charities to Fortune 500 companies and individual households, financial statements show true colors, not just lip service.


  18. Fluoride in water: New study suggests link to underactive thyroidRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Oregonian

    A study in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health found that communities with fluoridated water have higher rates of hypothyroidism. An article in Newsweek cited the England-based study that compared the health of residents in a community that doesn't fluoridate its water to a community that uses fluoride.


  19. Gov. Ige talks about trip to WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KITV-TV

    ... proposed route to Japan and for the preclearance program. Gina McCarthy, Administrator U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Mark Rupp, Deputy Associate Administrator Discussed Hawai'i's position as national leader in renewable energy. Administration ...


  20. Tweaked metal recycling bill is moving through legislatureRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... for its refusal to remove and drain oil filters from engine blocks. Neither the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency nor any other state requires filter removal, Jenkins told the Senate Business and Labor Committee earlier this week. Nor does Utah ...