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EPA-ordered analysis and MDEQ testing show extent of toxic chemicals spreading to the Rogue River.
A new report presented to the public recently paints a bleak picture of the pollution spreading from Wolverine Worldwide’s former leather tannery site. Read More
Attorney says Ottawa County should have been included on ‘nonattainment list’ for EPA’s updated ozone standards.
The Sierra Club filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency covering the omission of Ottawa County from the EPA’s list of areas found to be in “nonattainment” of health-based ozone standards. Read More
LANSING — Some environmental advocates are frustrated with what they say is a broken promise by the state’s governor to address carbon emissions from Michigan’s coal plants. Read More
With new EPA guidelines looming, Holland company could see uptick in orders.
Fish all over the world can thank a group of employees in Holland, Michigan, for keeping them alive. Read More
Other groups also are up in arms, alleging a power grab.
The incoming president of the Michigan Realtors organization has been busy this fall, calling upon many of its 24,000-plus members and supporters to let the Environmental Protection Agency and elected representatives in Washington know they are staunchly opposed to the EPA’s proposal to leave “navigable” out of a revision of the Clean Water Act. Read More
West Michigan farmers and home builders are alarmed by recent proposal.
This spring, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule under the Clean Water Act that would redefine what can be regulated by the U.S. government as a “water of the United States.” Read More
State might be better positioned than others to make the transition from coal.
The Environmental Protection Agency, at the direction of President Barack Obama, recently released the Clean Power Plan proposal, which for the first time calls for cuts to carbon pollution from existing power plants, the single largest source of carbon pollution in the United States, according to the EPA. Read More
As if complying with the new and often complicated mandates of Obamacare isn’t enough, the health care industry is now facing even more complexity — and expense — as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency establishes new regulations for the disposal of unused medications. Read More