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Elevated Ozone Levels Mean No Open Burning on Tuesday

Open burning permits will not be issued on Tuesday in Hamilton, per order of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.

The DEP said there were elevated ozone levels to start the day on Tuesday, April 11 and are expected to stay elevated for most of the day. 117 more words

DEP: No Dangerous Contaminant Found In Mobile Home Park’s Tainted Water Supply

HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Monday morning saw Pine View Manor residents in Hempfield Township still unable to drink their water.

“It wasn’t great in the beginning, but the sabotage made it worse, I guess,” resident Don Nole said. 222 more words

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Protesters and Supporters at Proposed Compressor Station Hearing

KIDDER TOWNSHIP — Protesters came armed with signs and dust masks at the entrance to Split Rock Resort in Carbon County where a public hearing on a utility company’s air quality plan was being held by state environmental officials. 302 more words

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Scott, Cabinet Start Looking For Environmental Chief

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – A new year brings a lot of new tasks for politicians in Florida’s capital to discuss.

Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet will hold a conference call next week to determine how to replace departing Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Jon Steverson. 548 more words

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Would love to know the story behind this. I found it while hiking along the Big Flatbrook. It simply said, “Pops”.

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Southeastern Pennsylvania Remains Under Drought Watch Despite Rain

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — This week’s rain has not provided enough moisture to lift the drought watch for the five counties of southeastern Pennsylvania.

Four eastern Pennsylvania counties – including Lehigh and Northampton – are under a drought warning. 114 more words

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Christie Could Soon Declare Statewide Drought Emergency

WOODLAND PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New Jersey residents may face higher water bills and potential fines from the state Department of Environmental Protection if drought conditions in the state don’t improve. 215 more words

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