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Permit levels could make good irrigation targets for farmers

Those are the maximum amounts of irrigation water growers can apply 18 inches for cotton, corn, soybeans and grain sorghum and 36 inches for rice under the irrigation well permits granted them by the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. "I remember asking last year how many acre inches we can apply to corn, cotton and soybeans, and none of us knew," says Jason Krutz, irrigation specialist with Mississippi State University and a speaker at the Mississippi Delta Irrigation Summit held at Stoneville, Miss., Dec. 10. "That number is 18, and rice is 36." Krutz said few producers have probably looked for that number and few cared until now even though the amounts are specified on the well permits.


Companies exposed public to asbestos fibers, DEQ says

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality issued two fines after a contractor hired an unlicensed asbestos abatement company for a Southeast Portland home project. DEQ, which concluded the project likely caused the release of asbestos fibers into the air, fined Classic Image Homes $9,529 for allowing VIP Construction to perform asbestos abatement at a home on 3431 S.E. Rex St. VIP, an unlicensed subcontractor, was fined $11,200 for doing the project without a license from DEQ.


Gauge with radioactive material stolen in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality says a gauge containing radioactive material has been stolen from the parking lot of an Oklahoma City hotel near Interstate 40. The gauge is called a Humboldt Scientific 5001 EZ and is used to measure the moisture content and density of construction materials. It is not considered a health risk to humans unless it's opened and DEQ spokeswoman Skylar McElhaney said Wednesday that it would be difficult to open for a person unfamiliar with it.


Tetra Tech (TTEK) Downgraded From Buy to Hold

Editor's Note: Any reference to TheStreet Ratings and its underlying recommendation does not reflect the opinion of TheStreet, Inc. or any of its contributors including Jim Cramer or Stephanie Link. TheStreet Ratings quantitative algorithm evaluates over 4,300 stocks on a daily basis by 32 different data factors and assigns a unique buy, sell, or hold recommendation on each stock.


Liberty All-Star(R) Growth Fund, Inc. November 2014 Update

George Fraise, Robert Rohn & Gordon Marchand, CFA Top 20 Holdings at Month-End ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Cerner Corp. 2.5% ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 Middleby Corp. 2.1% ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Lowe's Cos., Inc. 1.9% ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 Visa, Inc., Class A 1.9% ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Waste Connections, Inc. 1.6% ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 Amazon.com, Inc. 1.5% ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 7 Signature Bank 1.5% ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 8 ... (more)


DCP planning second unit at Goliad plant

DCP Midstream has applied for an air quality permit with the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality to authorize construction and operation of a second natural gas processing train at its Goliad Gas Plant. The application, submitted to the TCEQ on Nov. 3, states that the facility would release contaminants such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, organic compounds and other hazardous air pollutants.


Arkansas DEQ urges consumers to be careful with E-waste

The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality is encouraging consumers to recycle electronics they no longer use. Officials say valuable resources wind up lost in landfills when old electronics are simply thrown away.


Millcraft lines up Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse; Northwest...

Millcraft Investments, the developer of the former Saks Department Store site Downtown, announced Tuesday that its first tenant is the Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse. It will occupy about one third of the 30,000 square feet of street level retail space that will be part of the development, which includes a six-level parking garage and 77 condos.


Wyant, Schuette Issue Statement on Enbridge U.P. Pipeline Incident...

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Department of Environmental Quality Director Dan Wyant today issued a statement regarding a reported petroleum pipeline incident resulting from a "pinhole" leak on an Enbridge pipeline in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Enbridge Pipe Line #5 was reported to have a "pinhole" leak on December 8, releasing an undetermined amount of natural gas liquid that was vaporized into the atmosphere.


NASDAQ Dividend Achievers Series: Waste Management

Waste Management has increased its dividend payments each year since 2003. The company is the largest publicly traded waste management company, with a market cap of $22 billion.


Harrison County gets grant for waste collection

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality said Monday the grant will help Harrison County's efforts in improving the management of solid waste.


Morgan Stanley Shares Positive Outlook On Entergy Following Court Ruling

Morgan Stanley's Stephen Byrd on Monday upgraded shares of Entergy Corporation to Equal-weight from Underweight with a price target raised to $91 from a previous $77. Byrd cites a December 11 court decision in which the NY State Appellate Court reversed the lower court decision which "strongly" favors Entergy, and a prolonged life for the Indian Point nuclear power plant.


Fuel Tech Hits New 1-Year Low at $3.62

Fuel Tech shares hit a new 52-week low during trading on Monday , American Banking News reports. The stock traded as low as $3.62 and last traded at $3.61, with a volume of 59,889 shares traded.


Credit & Debits

United Technologies Corp., a Hartford, Conn., product and service provider for the building and aerospace industries, named Akhil Johri as its chief financial officer, effective Jan. 1. Mr. Johri is currently finance chief at Pall Corp., according to a regulatory filing, and was previously CFO for United Technologies' propulsion and aerospace systems business.


Cincinnati tech company completes another acquisition

CECO Environmental Corp. is continuing to grow through acquisitions with the closure of its purchase of China's Jiangyin Zhongli Industrial Technology Co. The Cincinnati-based environmental technology firm announced its plans to acquire Zhongli in November, but the purchase price hasn't been disclosed.



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