Ralph Andaloro is angry about what has happened to his son. He has every right to be angry. Covanta Inc. and the Jamaica Ash and Rubbish Removal Company ruined his son’s health. 191 more words
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Tom Andaloro has a terrible story to tell. He tells it to me with strength and determination to bring out the Truth about how occupational exposure to incinerator ash ruined his health. 420 more words
Sheriff’s deputies in far Northern California are burning down a mobile home where more than 60 pounds of highly volatile explosive material was found, forcing dozens of residents to evacuate the area. 31 more words
January 23, 1913: Two articles in Engineering News.
“Night Soil Incinerating Furnace at a Contractor’s Camp.” By Arthur W. Tidd, “The new 500-million-gallons-daily Catskill water-system for New York City, now being built by the Board of Water Supply, necessitates that construction work shall be carried on from the Ashokan Reservoir in the Catskill Mountains to New York City, a distance of approximately 100 miles. 464 more words
Today’s blog is part one in a series “Kids Ask the Darndest Environmental Questions!” from our environmental educator extraordinaire, Erika Bjorkquist.
During ILACSD’s “Put Waste in its Place” presentation, students learn about waste in San Diego. 335 more words