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By germanifa01 - March 31st, 2009, 0:15, Category: General

Harbor Shores Developers Continue Environmental Cleanup
WSJM, Michigan
It's that kind of recycling which developers are trying to implement as they go on: He says that's better than simply having the material hauled off or buried. mcfeeter also said that environmental cleanup at the park is ongoing, as huge amounts of ...
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New York Daily News

Budget deal restores NY environmental funding
Newsday, NY
By MICHAEL VIRTANEN | AP Writer ALBANY, NY - The budget deal struck over the weekend in Albany restores money to New York's Environmental Protection Fund, expands nickel deposits to include bottled water and eliminates a proposed freeze on some state ...
Winners and losers in the New York budget Elmira Star-Gazette
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Voice of America

Environmental Group: Consumers are Recycling and Buying 'Green'
Voice of America
By Mike O'Sullivan A study by the environmental organization Green Seal finds that four out of five Americans are buying "green," environmentally friendly, but often more expensive, products despite the economic recession. But, the study also shows ...
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Winston-Salem Journal

EPA Kansas City, Kan. environmental hazard investigation
Kansas C! ity Kansan, KS
Some new in! formatio n has come out since we first reported last Friday that the Environmental Protection Agency is investigating potential environmental hazards at a site in northeast Kansas City, Kan. I visited the site for a few moments last Friday ...
Activists say city cleanup plan a waste of resources Taipei Times
Tensions High as EPA Reasserts Mining Authority The Washington Independent
K’zoo River cleanup slowed by chemical company’s bankruptcy protection
Michigan Messenger
St. Joseph News-Press - Huffington Post
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EPA Proposes Sharp Cuts in Air Pollution From Ships
Wall Street Journal
By MARK PETERS NEW YORK -- The Environmental Protection Agency moved Monday to sharply curtail pollution from ships, proposing new emissions limits for large vessels in US waters. The EPA requested that the UN's International Maritime Organization ...
EPA head announces new port emissions proposal The Associated Press
US, Canada want crack down on ship pollution The Oregonian -
New EPA rules could affect Louisiana shipping industry The Times-Picayune - - The Journal of Commerce Online
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