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Manatee County commissioners Tuesday agreed to suspend further legal work on a proposed renewal of solid waste contracts with current haulers, estimated to be worth $140 million.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has released a draft "401" water quality certification for the proposed Coyote Island coal terminal in Boardman.
Chris Wells, a lawyer for the state Department of Environmental Quality, says Severstal agreed to install a continuous emissions monitoring system when it made a $550 million plant expansion, adding a second steel-melting furnace.
** Singapore's City Developments Ltd and Australia's Stockland Group Ltd are considering bidding for Leighton Holdings' $7 billion residential and commercial property portfolio, a leading Australian newspaper reported on Tuesday.
It is selling Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., which owns or runs 17 waste-to-energy facilities and four independent power-producing plants in the U.S. The business also has four ash monofill landfills, three transfer stations and an ongoing development and construction project in the U.K. Wheelabrator's 2013 revenue totaled about $845 million.
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Smoke from the wildfires last week in Eastern Washington slowly traveled through Montana.
Just a little more than the length of a football field separates a Plaquemines Parish landfill from one of the busiest marinas in the gulf south, and the WDSU I-Team has obtained an internal report outlining all sorts of concerns at the facility.
The Department of Environmental Quality said the city of Mustang has arsenic levels above drinking water standards.
Texas is struggling with regulatory compliance at drinking water plants, and by some standards, it is having more trouble than any other state in the nation.
Calian Technologies Ltd., Wi-LAN Inc., BTI Systems, and Thermal Energy International Inc. are among the Ottawa companies recently announcing new agreements.
On July 23, 2014, the Austin Court of Appeals held that Texas trial courts lack subject matter jurisdiction under the Texas Administrative Procedure Act to review orders by state agencies denying petitions for rulemaking.
LAS CRUCES >> The first step toward increasing monthly water rates for customers of Mesilla's water system will be taken Monday.
PMFG, Inc. today announced that it has expanded its Board of Directors from six to seven members.
Gurnee residents who want to safely dispose of syringes or other medical waste don't need to look beyond village hall.
The president of the union representing workers at the idles Wabush Mines says the potential sale of the site to a different company is good news for workers.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 02:35 am
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