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Legalizing reduction with a bill to cap and cut Oregon's carbon emissions

Oregon has long had the goal of reducing carbon emissions, and in 2011, an Oregon Administrative Rule declared that by 2020, we should emit 10 percent less than we did in 1990.

County hires new trash collector but recycling remains up in air

On or about March 1, Bandera County will have a new provider for the four solid waste compactor stations - but, barring a miracle, recycling may be a thing of the past. When commissioners returned to their duties after the holiday break, they learned that Waste Management, Inc. had elected to terminate business with the county.

Fires form Agricultural and Prescribed Burns in the Southeast;...

Numerous agricultural and prescribed burns were detected over the Southeast US today, especially over Georgia, southern Alabama and Florida. The locations of the fires and smoke plumes, mainly drifting south, are shown in the concentrations.

Pollution Update 1-29-15

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality sent a warning letter to Goshen Forest Products last month for Clean Water Act violations of Oregon's industrial stormwater discharge permit.

Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings

First Quarter Results Revenue in the quarter wa... )--Convergys Corporation , a global leader in customer management, today announced the appointment of Cheryl K. Beebe to its board of directors. Ms. Beebe will ... )--Halliburton will host a conference call on Monday, April 20, 2015, to discuss the first quarter 2015 financial results.

L&I fines Waste Connections, contractor

Waste Connections Inc. of Washington-Clark County - which offers solid waste collection, transfer and recycling services - was cited for 23 serious violations and fined $100,000 by the state Department of Labor & Industries on Wednesday. ( The state Department of Labor & Industries said Wednesday it has fined two Vancouver area companies a total of $177,600 for multiple safety violations at the West Vancouver Material Recovery Center.

Montana oil spill cleanup to slow as river gets dangerous

Because of brittle ice, crews trying to recover oil trapped beneath the Yellowstone could be pulled off the river as early as Thursday, said Bonnie Lovelace with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality. Monitoring of the river would continue, and any oil that washes up along the riverbank still could be cleaned up, said Bill Salvin, spokesman for pipeline owner Bridger Pipeline LLC of Wyoming.

Montana oil spill cleanup to slow as river gets dangerous

The struggle to recover 30,000 gallons of oil from a pipeline spill into Montana's Yellowstone River is expected to grind to a near-halt in coming days as warmer weather makes ice on the river increasingly dangerous, state regulators and a company spokesman said Wednesday. Because of brittle ice, crews trying to recover oil trapped beneath the Yellowstone could be pulled off the river as early as Thursday, said Bonnie Lovelace with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality.

RRS names affiliate vice president

The consulting firm RRS , based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has announced that Michael Timpane has joined the company as affiliate vice president, effective immediately. Timpane joins RRS from Waste Management Inc. where he served as director of municipal recycling and diversion.

North Dakota: oil producers aim to cut radioactive waste bills

North Dakota's oil industry is pushing to change the state's radioactive waste disposal laws as part of a broad effort to conserve cash as oil prices tumble. The waste, which becomes slightly radioactive as part of the hydraulic fracturing process that churns up isotopes locked underground, must be trucked out of state.

H2O Innovation Announces $14M In New Contracts And Implementation Of...

H2O Innovation Inc. announces recently that it was awarded, at the end of its second quarter and in January 2015, six new contracts for an aggregate amount of $14M, mainly for the supply of drinking water systems to municipal customers. With the addition of these new contracts, the backlog for water treatment projects has reached $38.2M at the beginning of the third quarter.

Global Mobile Water Treatment Market 2015-2019 - New Market Report

Industries depend on water for many critical applications such as cooling, steam blows, and boiler feed water. Industries witness a heavy loss of production and profit during downtime caused by the lack of supply of water.

Overton Lake dam looking scruffy after buzz-cut

Overgrown and under-maintained, the north dam has long been on the radar at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, but -- fortunately, for the city -- the state agency has OK'd taking the long road to full-repair. With five areas of particular concern, "They say there's not an imminent danger of it collapsing or anything so they're willing to give us some time," Overton City Manager Charles Cunningham explained Wednesday.

Clean Harbors Inc (CLH), PetSmart Inc. (PETM): Why Are Activists Selling Thes...

A pair of activist investors have disclosed selling off large chunks of their positions in recent filings with the SEC. Ralph V. Whitworth 's Relational Investors has shed 1.33 million shares of their position in Clean Harbors Inc , leaving them with 4.55 million shares, and a 7.59% activist stake.

ISA appoints division manager

The metals recycling company Industrial Services of America Inc. , Louisville, Kentucky, has named Tony Alvis business unit manager for its Waste Equipment Sales and Service Co. and Computerized Waste Systems divisions.

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