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firstname.lastname@example.orgHALFWAY, Mo. -- The owner of a closed cattle rendering plant signed an agreement in court on Monday to make a plan to clean up environmental hazards on the property. In the agreement, the Missouri Attorney General's Office says "an estimated 2,500 animal...
Orland Park residents are likely to see a small decrease in their garbage bills in coming months after a village committee OKd a proposed 10-year contract with Waste Management Monday. If the full Village Board approves the measure at its June 3...
The village of Buffalo Grove has elected to make new 35-gallon trash carts available free to residents. Under an agreement with Waste Management approved by the village board on Monday night, residents now have the option of choosing 35-gallon, 64-...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Gas prices are on the rise just in time for Memorial Day weekend. Steve Stodden's gas guzzling days are over. "I used to fill up once a week, if not twice a week," said Stodden. Now he charges up while at work. "I just test drove...
Sometimes it's hard to do good. For example, donating leftover banquet food to charity. Shirley Wei Sher, a Marina del Rey immigration lawyer, discovered how challenging this can be when she recently tried to prevent leftovers at an upcoming meeting...
Americans say "Bottoms up" when they hoist a few. The French toast is "A votre Sante." When Italians raise a glass they say "Salute" or "Cin Cin," their version of a Brit's "Cheers." In India it is "Tulleho," a combination the Raj "Talley Ho" and the...
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One Oak Park resident reported not knowing how much food the family threw away until joining the village's pilot food-waste and soiled-paper collection that started last April. One woman said her family now throws out only one bag of garbage each month....
The California Coastal Commission has partnered with ECO-Warrior Foundation for the Laguna Beach City Adopt-A-Beach Program, according to a press release. The foundation is the local contact within the city and directs volunteers to scheduled beach...
Tags: Windsurfing, Ocean Surfing
Thumbs up to the City of Hagerstown for hosting Tuesday’s Earth Day Celebration at University Plaza. Pangborn Elementary School students heard from Mayor David S. Gysberts, City Engineer Rodney Tissue and Tom Stang of Waste Management about the...
Tags: Earth Day, Students, Arts, Teaching and Learning, Autism
Waste Management of Western Pennsylvania is to award the Alternative Community Resource Program a Waste Management Think Green Grant. The grant was established to encourage solutions to improve community environments through hands-on participation and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCycler the recycle robot met with students at Pangborn Elementary School on Monday in the University Plaza in downtown Hagerstown for the City of Hagerstown Earth Day Celebration that featured Mayor David S. Gysberts, Barbara Ingram School for the Arts...
Talk about leading by example -- the Maryland Department of the Environment announced Monday that it would begin collecting food scraps at its Baltimore headquarters for composting. The Earth Day announcement comes on the heels of Howard County...
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