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  1. Perspective: That blue bin and recycling in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

    ... we added language to the agreement that under no circumstances would we pay them," Bob Turner, the city's environmental sanitation services manager, wrote in an email. The city's contract is for five years with one three-year renewal. While St. ...

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  2. Natural filtration: Prescott Creeks project aims to reduce runoff pollutionRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Daily Courier

    ... that explain the goals of the project. Prescott Creeks' Peter Pierson and Guy Whol met with City of Prescott Environmental Specialist Amanda Richardson at the Adult Center site this week to discuss the process, which got underway in the spring of ...

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  3. Clear Creek Lake open to swimmersRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | KSWO

    ... to show up," Smith said. For the past two years, water samples from the lake were sent to the Department of Environmental Quality, and each time the levels of algae were deemed toxic to public health. However, last week when Smith had the water ...

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  4. Pall Corp. employees face corporate culture shock under new ownerRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Newsday

    Danielle Wedral is a food and beverage applications specialist at Pall Corp. Pall is among Long Island's strongest companies. Photo Credit: Newsday, 2011 / J. Conrad Williams Jr. Danielle Wedral is a food and beverage applications specialist at Pall Corp. Pall is among Long Island's strongest companies.

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  5. Global Thermoplastic Pipe Market Forecast to Grow at 5.5% CAGR to 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | SBWire

    The report provides a detailed analysis of thermoplastic pipes used in varied applications such as oil & gas, municipal, mining & dredging, and chemical. The market has also been categorized on the basis of region into Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and Latin America.

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  6. Daimler Trucks tax break slides through Legislature, virtually undebatedRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Oregonian

    ... over the last decade. It was originally crafted by the Department of Transportation and the Department of Environmental Quality at the request of Gov. Ted Kulongoski's office, but never publicly disclosed. At the time, Daimler had just completed the ...

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  7. E. coli testing begins at Traverse City-area beachesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    ... its presence in the area tells us there could be other harmful organisms in it," said Tom Buss, director of environmental health and animal control for the Grand Traverse County Health Department. "It's one of the easiest ones to test for and ...

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  8. Bankers hedge bets on M&A bonds in rocky marketsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    LONDON/NEW YORK, July 3 - Corporates needing to raise some US$50bn of funding to finance M&A transactions in the coming months are seeing their options narrow amid renewed market volatility and dwindling investment returns that has made the buyside more cautious. A 2.7bn bond deal printed by US industrial Danaher ahead of its US$13.8bn purchase of Pall Corp showed the European market was opened, albeit at a high price, and bankers believe that the US market is really the best place to go for borrowers.

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  9. Boil water notice issued for parts of BastropRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KXAN-TV Austin

    Several people living a portion of Tahitian Village in Bastrop are being asked to boil their water after a main broke. The order was issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for people living in Bastrop County Water Control and Improvement District #2.

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  10. Feds: fireworks boost air pollution on the FourthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KBCI CBS 2

    ... and soot into the air. "With the PM 2.5, it means 2.5 microns," said Mike Toole with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality. "That's smaller than a piece of your hair, a piece of human hair. And the smaller it is, the farther down in ...

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  11. A material disposal process will begin at the Hattiesburg Hercules plant on July 13.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality said a blending process is scheduled to begin in the impoundment basin, which is under a large white structure, to "stabilize the materials left from Hercules" before they are sent to a landfill. Robbie Wilbur, MDEQ's Communications Director, said the materials would be sampled before they are disposed to make sure they meet all requirements for disposal.

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  12. Truck loses load under railway bridge on Lagimodiere Boulevard in WinnipegRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | GlobalNews

    A truck lost its load under a railway bridge on Lagimodiere Boulevard Thursday, backing up traffic and leaving crews with a mess to clean up. 2 comments

  13. Henrietta boil advisory rescindedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KSWO

    The City of Henrietta issued the following notice: "On July 1, 2015, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required our public water system, City of Henrietta / PWS ID #0390001, to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform our customers that due to the presence of contaminants or an interruption in service, water from our system must be boiled prior to consumption.

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  14. In Northern Va., environmentalists concerned about disposal of coal ashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    ... water into the Dan River, which reached the Kerr Reservoir in Virginia, according to a Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) news release. "We are concerned because of the history of well water contamination near coal ash ponds in other ...

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  15. Texas Will Use Some of BP Settlement Money to Prepare for Future DisastersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KUT-FM Austin

    ... or hurricanes or whatever, and those emergency responders like the Coast Guard or the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality are out in the field, they can very quickly get an expert that they need, and our equipment. 'Cause we have a lot of ...

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  16. Continue reading a 'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Advocate

    ... could have business services folded into GeauxBiz include the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Environmental Quality and the Louisiana Department of Economic Development. The secretary of state picked up the majority of the $1.8 million ...

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  17. Chromatography Resins Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2014-2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | SBWire

    Chromatography resins are used in purification and separation of proteins and other bio-molecules in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, food manufacturing, and environmental analysis. Chromatography resins are of three types, viz., synthetic, natural and inorganic media.

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  18. Slideshow: Area's top executives' compensationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cincinnati.com

    ... expenses. The company also announced it would build a new 85,000-square-foot headquarters in Mason. CECO Environmental, which makes and sells air-pollution-control systems, grew its revenues 33.4 percent to $263.2 million and nearly doubled its ...

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  19. Nova Scotia earthquake a sign the end could be nigh - but probably notRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Joe Moulaison was visiting Annette Thibodeau in Saulnierville, N.S., when the earthquake hit on Wednesday. Both say when the windows rattled, they thought a plane had crashed nearby. 1 comment

  20. Making up for lost companiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Long Island Business News

    The number of public companies on Long Island has shrunk in recent years, translating to fewer clients for the public company practices at the region's accounting firms. Recent acquisitions of Port Washington-based Pall Corp .

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