Norfolk Southern GM Apologizes For Problems Called By Train Wreck – News Channel 7

The black box has been recovered from the train that that derailed in Liberty. Officials hope it will help them find out what caused the cars off the tracks. The train derailed in Liberty while carrying a white non-toxic …
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Four Environmental Disasters Worse Than Gulf Spill

This isn’t the first time technology has gone awry and caused untold damage.
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Wauwatosa Fire Department Helps the Enviroment – Wauwatosa Now

The Wauwatosa Fire Department helped the enviroment by donating material from the Old Fire House to Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The ReStore sells new and used donated material and uses the money to help raise …
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EPA banning pesticide that threatens farm workers

The Environmental Protection Agency says it is ending use of the pesticide endosulfan in the United States. The chemical is used on some fruits and vegetables as well as cotton. The federal agency said Wednesday that endosulfan can cause nerve damage in farm workers and is also a hazard to wildlife.
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Hansol Chemical Co., Ltd. (14680) – Financial And Strategic Analysis Review – New … – OfficialWire

Hansol Chemical Co., Ltd (Hansol Chemical) is a chemical company engaged in manufacturing of chemicals for paper making, bleaching/environment and functional area. The products that are offered for the paper making area …
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Pa. orders company to halt drilling after well blowout

Pennsylvania environmental officials on Monday suspended drilling operations of a Marcellus Shale natural-gas operator whose Clearfield County well erupted last week into an uncontrolled geyser of gas and wastewater.
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Environmental officials investigate dolphin deaths

Federal environmental regulators are investigating an unusually large number of bottlenose dolphin deaths along the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico that occurred before the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
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Power plan fuels human rights fears

THE coal to feed a planned new power station in Scotland will come from countries linked to severe human rights abuse and environmental damage.
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Putting the ‘eco’ back in economy

A high profile investment banker is leading a study to show why not accounting for environmental damage makes us all dramatically poorer. 9 Jun 2010 7:12 AM
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