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Environmental Management Corporation Receives Three Awards From Indiana Water Environment Association – Street.Com

American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE:AWK), the largest investor-owned U.S. water and wastewater utility company, today announced that its Environmental Management Corporation (EMC) subsidiary received three awards from the Indiana Water Environment …
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Ecology With an Eye to the Future – The Epoch Times

BRENTWOOD, Calif.—A few days ago, I found myself at a Starbucks store during an open house celebrating the building’s renovation. I was truly amazed. The first thing I saw was a counter top, without an edge. It was actually a piece of three inch thick …
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Environmental accounting & reporting set to become mandatory for companies: Govt

The government will make it mandatory for companies to report measures taken to prevent environmental damage as it steps up drive to encourage cleaner production methods.
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NY Assembly to hold public hearing on environment – msnbc.com

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – The state Assembly’s environmental conservation committee is hearing testimony today on the impact of budget cuts on the Department of Environmental Conservation. Among those slated to testify are former DEC Commissioner Pete Grannis …
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Bluefin tuna showdown pits industry vs. ecology – Terra Daily

Economy clashed with ecology as dozens of nations met in Paris Wednesday to set catch quotas for diminished stocks of Atlantic bluefin tuna, a mainstay of gourmet sushi and sashimi in Japan. The 10-day meeting of the International Commission for the …
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Derailment’s chemical damage still unknown

THE EXTENT of environmental damage caused by a chemical spill after a TasRail train derailment in Penguin remained unclear yesterday.
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POSCO Criticizes Indian Environment Ministry’s Expert Committee, an Industrial Info News Alert – Marketwatch

NEW DELHI, INDIA, Nov 05, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) — Rejuvenated by a meeting between India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak and with the Orissa …
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Bluefin tuna showdown pits industry vs. ecology – YAHOO!

PARIS (AFP) – Economy clashed with ecology as dozens of nations met in Paris Wednesday to set catch quotas for diminished stocks of Atlantic bluefin tuna, a mainstay of gourmet sushi and sashimi in Japan. The 10-day meeting of the International …
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NOAA: Some oil spill recovery money limited to environmental projects

WASHINGTON — A major source of oil spill recovery money largely restricts spending to environmental projects, even though the program gets some of its money because of economic damage, officials with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said last week.
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