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  • McCloskey Vertical Shaft Impactor makes debut at AGG1

    The McCloskey International V80 Vertical Shaft Impactor will make its North American debut at The World of Asphalt/AGG1 show in San Antonio, Texas from March 19-21, 2013. The McCloskey V80 (VSI) has been designed to be one of the most efficient vertical shaft impactors on the market for producing high specification sealing aggregates, a high proportion of fines required for main roads / ...

  • GL exchange forum: environmental updates for the maritime industry

    GL’s Exchange Forum on “Environmental Updates for the Maritime Industry” looked at the vital task of reducing the maritime industry’s environmental impact. With concern over the international economic situation dominating the headlines, the tendency is for environmental issues to take a back seat. The Forum, however, demonstrated that this goal was not only important in of ...


  • Material-Handling Solutions, by Jeffrey Rader Corporation, a Feature of

    Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) will host special guest Jeffrey Rader Corporation (Woodruff, South Carolina) as part of this week's "Industry Today" webcast. Jeffrey Rader designs and manufactures material-handling equipment and systems to mechanically unload, convey, lift ...


    By TerraSource Global

  • Southland Box Company Saves $50k Annually

    Paper & Pulp Box Company Corrugating Facility Wastewater Optimization This corrugating company did not have an existing pretreatment system. Wastewater from their converting and corrugating ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • New technology turns straw into a top performing heating product

    One of the unwritten rules about family farming is that nothing is wasted. Old equipment is seldom thrown away and anything that can be adapted for another purpose is accordingly reused. Perhaps that is why farmers world-wide have been leaders in recycling, reusing and re-purposing agricultural wastes. For Barbara Pokrzywa, making use of agricultural waste on her family farm has special ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • North Carolina river turns to gray sludge after coal ash spill

    Canoe guide Brian Williams dipped his paddle downstream from where thousands of tons of coal ash has been spewing for days into the Dan River, turning the wooden blade flat to bring up a lump of gray sludge. On the riverbank, hundreds of workers at a Duke Energy power plant in North Carolina scrambled to plug a hole in a pipe at the bottom of a 27-acre pond where the toxic ash was stored. ...


    By Associated Press

  • Grants for $1.75 Million Awarded to Improve Public Health in New England Communities

    EPA’s New England office is awarding 21 grants across New England to fund community projects addressing environmental and public health issues. The projects, funded under the 2015 Healthy Communities Grant Program for a total of $1,754,157, will reduce environmental risks, protect and improve human health, and improve the quality of life for communities and residents in communities in all ...

  • Federal Issues - TSCA/FIFRA/IRIS/EPCRA

    Limited Space Still Available For Sustainable Futures Training Workshop: There are still spaces available for the Sustainable Futures Training workshop scheduled for August 5-7, 2014, at the George Washington University campus in Washington, D.C. Attendees at the three-day workshop will get firsthand experience with the ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

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