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  1. Failed Brattleboro project gets $2.5 million in New HampshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | The Brattleboro Reformer

    KEENE, N.H. >> A failed project to use methane as energy at the Windham Solid Waste Management District in Brattleboro got a new lease on life in the Granite State. On Thursday, at Keene's transfer and recylcing station on Route 12 North, Dean Lizotte, the CFO of the Keene Energy and Agricultural Project, announced KEAP has secured $2.5 million to construct a facility to grow 500,000 pounds of lettuce a year.


  2. People in Texas town find worms in water supplyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | WKOW-TV

    Many towns have had to deal with problems with their water supply, but could you imagine finding a worm in your drinking water? That's what's happening for those living in a small east Texas town. Resident Tara Miles was in the bathroom, turned on the bathtub and found worms in the water.


  3. Okla. Fire Department Settles into Temporary StationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | FireHouse.com

    July 30--Things are looking up for the Claremore Fire Department after they encountered problems at Station No. 3 last month.


  4. Casella Waste Systems' (CWST) CEO John Casella on Q2 2015 Results - Earnings Call TranscriptRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Seeking Alpha

    Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Casella Waste Systems, Incorporated Q2 2015 Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode.


  5. State water rights permit issued for Lower Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir:Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | North Texas e-News

    July 29, 2015 -- The North Texas Municipal Water District achieved a historic milestone for the Lower Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir with issuance of a water rights permit from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on June 26, 2015. It is the first uncontested water rights permit issued by TCEQ for a major reservoir in the last 50 years, and one of the first uncontested inter-basin transfers of water.


  6. Human oil drop forms at Capitol to protest Mackinac Straits pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | MLive.com

    The pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac is a threat to the Great Lakes and should be removed immediately, said environmental advocates who gathered outside the Capitol on Thursday. The aging Line 5 is owned by Enbridge Energy, the same company responsible for the 2010 Kalamazoo River oil spill .


  7. 14th Ave. project completeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Commercial Dispatch

    Cutting a ribbon at the intersection of 14th Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive on Wednesday are, from left, Lauri Gordon, of Greenfield Multi-State Trust; Columbus Mayor Robert Smith; city councilman Marty Turner; Pastor Steve Jamison; Franklin Hill, with the Environmental Protection Agency; and Trey Hess, with the state Department of Environmental Quality. Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff Columbus leaders and community organizers celebrated the completion of roughly 1,800 feet of new construction for the 14th Avenue ditch improvement project on Monday.


  8. Worms found in Texas neighborhood's drinking waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Worms found in Texas neighborhood's drinking water Tiny worms clogged Early's sprinkler and it was even worse for Tara Miles. Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1I4pe69 HOUSTON - If there's one thing that can get a whole neighborhood in the street in 100 degree heat, it's this: "That's worms! That is so worms!" said neighbor Tammy Early.


  9. County officials upset about federal clean water rulesRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Sun Advocate

    As interest and momentum grows in support of a lower basin reservoir in Carbon County, some officials are expressing concern about certain aspects of the EPA's new clean water rule. In a letter to the EPA during the rule-making process, the County said, "It is most apparent to us that the proposed rule would significantly expand the scope of navigable waters under the guise of the Clean Water Act.


  10. Pawnee Awarded Grant To Remove Asbestos From Former HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality announced it has awarded grants to three communities across the state to clean up asbestos in historic buildings. One of the communities getting a grant is Pawnee.


  11. Report Highlights Agencies' Challenges in Building GreenRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | ENR-Engineering News-Record

    The U.S. Government Accountability Office says that while most federal agencies use third-party green-building rating systems, they still find requirements tough to implement on new projects and renovations. In a July 23 report, GAO says agencies use certification programs such as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design , the Living Building Challenge and Green Globes to comply with green-building mandates - such as reduced water consumption and improved air quality - under various laws, executive orders and policies.


  12. Can Planting Trees Make Up for Warming River Water?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Scientific American

    The city's wastewater treatment plant was discharging warm water into the Rogue River. Fish weren't dying, but salmon in the Rogue rely on cold water.


  13. Expectation Drives Stocks - Cramer's Mad MoneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Seeking Alpha

    ... but are on the decline. Twitter is still a 2016 story, according to Cramer, while Yelp needs help. Waste Management is one of the biggest waste collection companies in America with 252 landfills and 310 transfer stations. The stock had been doing ...


  14. Firefighters spend day, evening battling blaze; Investigation now underway at CMC Steel TexasRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Seguin Daily News

    Fire officials continue to investigate a huge fire that erupted early Wednesday morning at CMC Steel Texas in McQueeney. Seventeen area fire departments were called in to assist and at least two firefighters, one from Marion and McQueeney Volunteer Fire Departments, had to be treated for non-life threatening injuries related to the heat.


  15. Gulfport residents: Proposed development will cause floodingRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | WLBT-TV Jackson

    Residents of North Gulfport say a project proposed along Turkey Creek will cause flooding if 432 acres of wetlands are filled in. The Sun Herald reports environmental organizers and hundreds of residents voiced their opposition to the 524-acre project on land south of Interstate 10 and west of U.S. Highway 49 along Turkey Creek at a meeting Tuesday night.


  16. DeSoto County sees garbage collection fees dropRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    Ray Laughter, the county's environmental manager, tells The Commercial Appeal that annual rate adjustments are built into the county contract with Waste Connections Inc. Laughter says there will be a savings of about $1,300 on collection rates at 26 facilities served by the contract. That includes parks, county-owned buildings, central maintenance barns and the jail.


  17. Just Say 'No' to Drugs - in WaterRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Newswise

    For some of us it was an exciting time of creative experimentation. For others it was a time of botched and badly displayed data.


  18. DEQ says scrapping some mandatory reports could save timeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Northern Michigan News

    The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality says it could shed lots of busy work if lawmakers scrapped a dozen mandatory reports the department deems unnecessary. The Lansing State Journal reports the DEQ estimates that if the reports were handled by one full-time employee it would take that worker more than 33 weeks to complete.


  19. E-Waste Management Market Analysis- Size, Share, Growth, Trends and...Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | PR-inside.com

    The global waste management market is expected to witness tremendous growth owing to increasing environmental and health concerns worldwide. It provides solutions for various treatments such as organic and non-organic.


  20. Pollution Update 7-30-15Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Eugene Weekly

    The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is accepting comments through 5 pm Tuesday, Aug. 4 on an application from Hayden Homes for Clean Water Act permitting of discharges of construction-related stormwater pollution from Phase 1 of Rolling Meadows , a 39-lot residential development located at 10th Avenue and Oklea Drive in Junction City.