Sunday, July 23, 2017
EPA settles with Galvco Maryland over hazardous waste violations

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently reached a settlement with steel galvanizing company Galvco Maryland LLC, which faced allegations of hazardous waste violations regarding its handling of hydrochloric acid in a Baltimore, Maryland, facility.
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U.S. Chamber of Commerce launches report series on candidate’s energy policies

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for 21st Century Energy recently announced the impending launch of its Energy Accountability Series, which will feature reports on the potential impacts of political candidate’s energy policies.
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Washington Dept. of Ecology requests no-discharge zone designation for Puget Sound

The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) recently requested that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declare Puget Sound a no-discharge zone for vessel sewage in an effort to further protect the Sound and advance restoration efforts.
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DOI affirms Arizona’s rights to waters of Lake Mead

The Department of the Interior (DOI) recently reaffirmed its commitment to honor Arizona’s rights to the waters of Lake Mead, preventing other states from using that water through conservation efforts during the drought.
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Competitive Enterprise Institute calls for repeal of federal biofuels mandate

Consumer preference and market competition should dictate which fuels prevail in the U.S., says CEI expert Marlo Lewis, Jr.
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