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30 min ago | Canon City Daily Record Newspaper
The lime tank and mix area in 2011 amid the dismantling work being done at contaminated site of Cotter Corp. milling facility.
1 hr ago | Crooks and Liars
Last week on John Stossel's FOX Business program, Lehr called EPA activity to control pollution "fraudulent."
1 hr ago | USA Today
The battle between a high-tech, Milwaukee-based ferry and the small-town S.S. Badger, the only coal-fired steamship left in the United States, provides a revealing look at how business is done on behalf of competing interests in the nation's capital.
1 hr ago | jdsupra.com
On January 22, 2013, in Sierra Club v. EPA ,1 the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia issued an opinion that addressed some Prevention of Significant Deterioration permitting program issues.
2 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has confirmed it will be investigating the accident that killed 58-year-old Ricky Salter on Sunday at International Paper.
2 hrs ago | JD Supra
On August 22, 2014, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency sent the final 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard rule to the Office of Management and Budget for its review and formal publication in the Federal Register .
3 hrs ago | Media Matters for America
A group of right-wing news sites coordinated across the U.S. are baselessly pushing a conspiracy theory that the Environmental Protection Agency has been hiding new maps that reveal an "alarming" power grab.
5 hrs ago | JD Supra
On August 21, 2014, a coalition of environmental, health, and labor groups filed a 23-page petition with EPA requesting that the Agency "establish time limits for confidentiality claims for chemical information submitted by industry under the Toxic Substances Control Act ."
9 hrs ago | The Daily Record
Thanks, Environmental Protection Agency! You've required sewage treatment plants, catalytic converters on cars and other things that made the world cleaner than the world in which I grew up.
Arkansas' efforts to grapple with a new EPA rule that will have a huge impact on the economy is still in the education phase and one key regulator says it's "too early" to tell which direction the state may go in complying with the rule.
The Muskegon Chronicle reports the lampricides are meant to kill sea lamprey larvae burrowed at the bottom of the river.
The last week has seen a pause in ESA's erstwhile daily releases of NavCam images of comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
As if we did not know already, Fox Business Network personality John Stossel reported on his weekly Thursday night show that the Environmental Protection Agency is currently on a spree to grab private property.
Residents of northwest Bledsoe County say their drinking water has drawn dozens of violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act, and they can't get officials to put a permanent fix in place.
Since Gov. Pat McCrory signed a bill into law back in May that allows fracking in North Carolina, politicians and residents have been debating whether the benefits would outweigh the risks.
A Boulder-based researcher has authored a new study showing that intrusions of ozone-rich air from the stratosphere can compound the ground-level challenges in meeting federal ozone standards in Las Vegas - and the same factors can influence conditions in Colorado.
Trish Ennis became the 100th president of The American Society of Safety Engineers on July 1 after serving 10 years in various elected leadership roles, including senior vice president and president-elect.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 02:13 pm
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