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Wastewater Worries in Shenandoah

SHENANDOAH — The Department of Environmental Protection gave officials in Schuylkill County a list of 28 problems with the Shenandoah borough waste water treatment plant. 334 more words

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DEP Taking Public Comments On Kuhn’s Landfill Site In Beaver Co.

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection hosted a public hearing Tuesday evening for people in Darlington Township, Beaver County.

It presented its final plan to address issues at the Kuhn’s Landfill. 110 more words

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DEP: Tire Business Not Responsible for Cleanup

SCRANTON — The DEP believes a contaminant found near the Rockwell Avenue Bridge project is coming from land owned by the city of Scranton.

PennDOT halted work on the bridge last month after a petroleum-based substance was found in ground water at the site. 46 more words

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Another State Agency Just Banned the Words "Climate Change"

By Tim McDonnell / Wed Apr. 8, 2015

Source: Mother Jones

The climate change language police just struck again.

Last month it was in Florida, where former staffers with the state’s Department of Environmental Protection… 331 more words

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Storage Tank Pulled from Ground Near Bridge Replacement Project

SCRANTON — Crews pulled an old oil storage tank from the ground at a tire business in Scranton Monday.

PennDOT halted work on the Rockwell Avenue Bridge project last month after a petroleum-based substance was found in ground water at the site. 71 more words

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Tire Business Complies With DEP Order

SCRANTON — The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said Monday that a tire business in Scranton has met a deadline to comply with an order regarding contamination at a bridge construction site. 113 more words

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City DEP To Open New York City's Reservoirs To Fishing

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection is encouraging more anglers to fish at the city’s reservoirs, streams and lakes this season with a new brochure. 166 more words

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