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  1. Otter's pick for new DEQ head was public affairs chief for firm with environmental violationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | The Spokesman-Review

    Gov. Butch Otter's pick to be the next director of the state Department of Environmental Quality was the public affairs director for Agrium, a fertilizer company that's been involved in multiple hazardous materials incidents and is currently being monitored by the EPA, from 2011 until his retirement earlier this year, reports Idaho Public TV reporter Melissa Davlin. Davlin reports that Agrium is listed on the EPA's website as out of compliance with the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act with a "significant violation."

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  2. Boston Named One of the 'Most Livable' Cities in the United StatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | City of Boston

    ... 36th year in which cities have competed for the award, which is sponsored by the Conference of Mayors and Waste Management, Inc., the nation's largest environmental solutions provider. Boston was recognized for its "Youth Lead the Change Program," ...

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  3. USDA Updates Department Policy for Climate Change AdaptationRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | U.S. Department of Agriculture

    The effects of climate change are complex and far-reaching and it is clear that potential changes could have important impacts on the ability of USDA to fulfill its core mission. Under the updated USDA Policy Statement on Climate Change Adaptation , USDA recognizes that climate stressors have consequences for food production, yields of staple crops, forests and grasslands, and these, in turn, affect the economic well-being of individuals.

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  4. Article cites global, local problems with recyclingRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 21 | Recycling Today

    According to a Washington Post article , the trend toward single-stream recycling and larger curbside collection bins has made the recycling stream "increasingly polluted and less valuable, imperiling the economics of the whole system." The article says the District of Columbia and Baltimore are among the cities that have helped to support the Waste Management material recovery facility in Elkridge, Maryland, though the MRF is still losing money.

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  5. Cloud Peak Can Wait Out the LowsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | Morningstar

    Cloud Peak Energy recently released copies of its self-bonding renewal approval letters from the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality. In letters dated April 14, Wyoming stated that Cloud Peak continues to qualify to self-bond its reclamation obligations at Antelope and Cordero Rojo, the company's two Wyoming-based mines.

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  6. Recycling stalling in U.S., and big blue bins are one reason whyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Star Tribune

    ... it is still losing money. In fact, almost every facility like it in the country is running in the red. And Waste Management and other recyclers say that more than 2,000 municipalities nationwide are paying to dispose of their A recyclables instead ...

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  7. Blue bin blues: Recycling industry in the red amid single-sort pushRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Bangor Daily News

    ... of products that once turned a profit. Workers sort waste as a conveyor belt moves recyclables at the Waste Management's Elkridge Material Recycling Facility in Elkridge, Maryland, on Thursday. Once a profitable business for cities and private ...

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  8. New Study: TRC Companies, Inc. (TRR) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis ReviewRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 21 | PR-inside.com

    The company offers energy, environmental and infrastructure services. Its services include power delivery, renewable energy, telecommunications engineering services, air quality services, biological studies and services, carbon strategy services, environmental health and safety management, process engineering, sustainability advisory services, telecommunications engineering services, transactional advisory services, construction engineering and inspection, geotechnical engineering, security and emergency preparedness, site development engineering, and transportation infrastructure design, among others.

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  9. U.S. M&A Market: 5 Trends From The Month Of MayRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 21 | Benzinga

    In its monthly U.S. M&A News and Trends repot, FactSet Research Systems provides an update on the space. The note highlights a few trends seen over the past few months.

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  10. "Waste Connections, Inc. (WCN) - Financial and Strategic SWOT...Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 21 | PR-inside.com

    The company provides solid waste collection, transfer, disposal and recycling services. It offers non-hazardous oilfield waste treatment, recovery, and disposal services in various active natural resource producing areas in the US including the Permian, Bakken, and Eagle Ford Basins.

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  11. Blue bins are reason why American recycling is stallingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Chicago Tribune

    ... it is still losing money. In fact, almost every facility like it in the country is running in the red. And Waste Management and other recyclers say that more than 2,000 municipalities nationwide are paying to dispose of their recyclables instead of ...

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  12. Business Week in Review for June 21, 2015Read the original story

    Saturday Jun 20 | Log Cabin Democrat

    Businesses in the Meadowlake Corner shopping center will co-host the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce's first Business After Hours of 2015. The networking event will take place on the corner of Meadowlake Road and Donaghey Avenue from 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday.

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  13. Suffolk master plan raises environmental concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Newsday

    When the Council on Environmental Quality last week took up the county's new Comprehensive Master Plan, a blueprint to take Suffolk through the year 2035, the county's own planners argued that it shouldn't be subject to any environmental review. When the Council on Environmental Quality last week took up the county's new Comprehensive Master Plan, a blueprint to take Suffolk through the year 2035, the county's own planners argued that it shouldn't be subject to any environmental review.

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  14. Stericycle, Inc. - Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships &...Read the original story

    Saturday Jun 20 | PR-inside.com

    Report Features MarketLines' Stericycle, Inc. Mergers & Acquisitions , Partnerships & Alliances and Investments report includes business description, detailed reports on mergers and acquisitions , divestments, capital raisings, venture capital investments, ownership and partnership transactions undertaken by Stericycle, Inc. since January 2007. Scope of the Report * Provides intelligence on Stericycle, Inc.'s M&A, strategic partnerships and alliances, capital raising and private equity transactions.

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  15. Webb Institute 2015 commencementRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Newsday

    ... graduating seniors. Wesley Yland, 24, of Northport, plans to move to Houston to work with a company called Waste Management. "I'm going to be doing logistics for trucking of waste throughout the country," he said. Erin McElroy, 23, of Groton, ...

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  16. American recycling is stalling, and the big blue bin is one reason whyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | The Washington Post

    A forklift operator stacks bales of recyclables at Waste Management's facility in Elkridge, Md. The District and other local jurisdictions are paying to dispose of products that once turned a profit.

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  17. Pollok-Redtown WSC issues boil-water noticeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | KTRE-TV Lufkin

    Due to a break in the main water line at Hwy 7 West & FM Rd 1819, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required our water system, Pollok-Redtown WSC, PWS ID 0030094, to notify customers West of Cheeseland Road of the need to boil their water prior to consumption. To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking, and making ice should be boiled and cooled prior to use.

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  18. Modern landfill in Oklahoma 'tomb' for trashRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | NewsOK.com

    When people wheel their poly carts out to the curb on trash day, most don't think about where the garbage ends up, or that it could possibly be a source of renewable energy, said David Griesel, general manager of the Oklahoma Environmental Management Authority. UNION CITY - At the Oklahoma Environmental Management Authority Landfill near El Reno, garbage is churned by a 100-ton excavator with spiked tires.

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  19. Landfill turns into smelly issue for southeast Oklahoma City residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | NewsOK.com

    ... in the neighborhood for the past three years. Records show the landfill, operated by the Arizona-based waste management company Republic Services Inc., has had ongoing problems with combustible methane gas levels that exceed regulatory limits. ...

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  20. Regulators close Tecumseh landfill after pattern of problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | NewsOK.com

    State regulators shut down the Applied Waste Solutions landfill near Tecumseh in May after years of ongoing problems at the facility that included multiple fires and dead animals left to decompose in the open. This is the Absolute Waste Solutions landfill at 23591 Brooksville Rd. in Tecumseh, OK, Friday, June 19, 2015, [Photo by Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman] The Applied Waste Solutions landfill has caught on fire at least three times in recent years and inspectors have found problems with exposed, rotting animal carcasses, pools of blood, leaking leachate -a black, sludgy liquid stew of decomposing matter that seeps out of landfills - as well as blowing litter.

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