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As a newly minted journalist three decades ago, I had more world-changing crusades than you could shake a sword at. One of the targets in my sights was trailer parks, which I considered to be a blight on the landscape and a threat to all that is good...
We who make our living lamenting the lack of progress on improving the environment must applaud when progress does rear its head, even as we refrain from clapping too hard. A decade ago, there wasn't much of anything hopeful to say about septic tanks...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The average family will spend just more than $3,000 on disposable diapers for one child from birth through the time he or she is potty trained. Now cloth diapers are making quite a comeback -- and are much easier than the kind your...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNew recycling rules are coming to the Borough of Waynesboro for 2013, and the municipality’s 4,300 Waste Management customers will be getting larger recycling bins. The borough is converting to a “single-stream” system, meaning all...
The Harford County Department of Public Works, Recycling Office has announced the location and availability of recycling for Christmas trees and similar greenery following the holiday season. The Harford Waste Disposal Center Yard Trim Facility will...
Tags: Holidays, Environmental Issues
Whalen will continue on Emeritus board of Boys, Girls Club The November elections turned out well for the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach. Boys & Girls Club past president and board of directors member Bob Whalen was elected to the Laguna Beach City...
"Saving the Chesapeake Bay is a test; if we pass we get to keep the planet," wrote Chesapeake Bay Foundation President Will Baker, in the foreword to a book I wrote about 20 years ago for the foundation. The bay, on the doorstep of the nation's capital,...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Lincoln and Garrard counties' solid waste program has received more than $121,000 in grant money to add new recycling drop-off points and offer a pair of household waste collection events. Solid waste director Chris Thomason said the...
Tags: Environmental Issues
Q13 FOX News reporterTeamsters in Seattle say Waste Management is preparing to lock out 150 of its recycle truck drivers in a contract dispute that could affect hundreds of thousands of customers. Waste Management, however, said they have offered the Teamster 117 workers a...
If Maryland is "America in Miniature," then the Patuxent River is the linkage for that miniature America. It is the largest and longest river whose watershed lies completely within the state. It traverses dense woodlands and farm villages of the Piedmont,...
An investigation by the U.S. Energy Department has found that San Francisco engineering firm Bechtel may have committed a wide range of safety and health violations at a plant it is building to treat high-level radioactive waste at Hanford, Wash.,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSome local governments in Franklin County, Pa., are considering whether converting municipal vehicles to run on natural gas could provide long-term cost savings. Waynesboro’s borough manager, Lloyd Hamberger, said this week he thinks his...
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