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U.S. Microbics Field Trial Achieves 34% Increase in Sugar Cane Production
U.S. Microbics Inc. (OTCBB:BUGS) announced today that Natura Agricultura, the Mexico operating subsidiary of Bio-Con Microbes Inc., which specializes in agricultural products and services
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Weston Solutions Awarded up to $10 Million in New Postal Service Contracts
Weston Solutions(SM), Inc. (WESTON(R)) announced today that it was selected to receive two new United States Postal Service (USPS) Environmental Services Contracts with a combined worth up to $10 million.
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PSE Boosts Conservation Program, Expects to Double Energy Savings
Puget Sound Energy is doubling its energy-conservation efforts as the utility looks to meet steadily growing customer demand for electricity and natural gas.
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Top Mold Laboratory Receives CAL ELAP Accreditation
Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, Inc. (EMLab) announced today its CAL ELAP accreditation. The California Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP) provides evaluation and accreditation of environmental testing laboratories to ensure the quality of analytical data used for regulatory purposes to meet the requirements of the States food, drinking water, wastewater, shellfish, and hazardous waste programs. The State agencies, which monitor the environment, use the analytical data from these accredited laboratories. ELAP certified laboratories have demonstrated capability to analyze environmental samples using approved methods.
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ADA's Initiative To Reduce Dental Mercury Pollution Is Toothless, Say Health & Environmental Groups
The American Dental Association's "National Advocacy Initiative" to reduce dental amalgam in wastewater launched today at EPAs Binational Toxics Strategy meeting is a step forward, but nearly toothless, say health and environmental groups. They contend that the ADA Initiative and accompanying back up report by their consultant, Environ, is based on flawed assumptions that dental mercury pollution is not a "significant" problem and that installation of amalgam separators by dentists is cost-prohibitive and not necessary.
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