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Meijer reduces carbon footprint by 60 percent

November 15, 2013
As part of its ongoing green initiatives, Meijer Inc. said it has utilized innovative technology to improve fuel efficiency in its fleet, resulting in a 60 percent reduction in the company’s carbon footprint since it first began implementing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2010 near-zero emissions standards three years ago. Read More

LG Chem finally begins battery production

November 1, 2013
LG Chem Michigan in Holland is now producing commercial lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. Read More

EPA seeks applicants for $9.5M in Great Lakes funding

July 16, 2013
| By AP
TRAVERSE CITY — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has $9.5 million to distribute for Great Lakes projects and is looking for takers. Read More

National Wildlife Federation sues EPA over invasive species regulations

July 10, 2013
TRAVERSE CITY — An environmental group is suing the federal government, seeking tougher rules dealing with ballast water discharges from ships to prevent more invasive species from reaching U.S. waterways, including the Great Lakes. Read More

Retailers sort hazardous-waste laws

June 18, 2013
Retail giant Walmart recently pled guilty to multiple violations of hazardous-waste laws and agreed to pay $82 million for the violations. Read More

Video: Coping with technology graveyards

April 12, 2013
If your office has a corner or unused cubicle that has become home to all of the outdated and broken-down technology you don’t know what to do with, Valley City Electronic Recycling wants to talk to you. Read More

CBRE internal mandate earns EPA Energy Star award

March 13, 2013
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded CBRE Group a 2013 Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award to recognize the commercial real estate firm’s leadership in protecting the environment through energy efficiency. Read More

Great Lakes Commission seeks software to identify invasive-species sellers

November 6, 2012
The Great Lakes Commission is requesting statements of qualification from independent consultants, firms, universities and other interested parties to develop web-crawling software that will identify online invasive-species sellers. Read More