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EPA PROPOSES ANTIMICROBIAL RESTRICTIONS FOR HVAC DUCTWORK USES
The Agency wants to make it illegal to sell or use an antimicrobial product in air duct systems without a specific registration and approved use directions. EPA acknowledges, however, that it has no efficacy protocols at this time to register such products, and experts question the efficacy of some products currently in the market. Includes a profile of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association.
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ARSC Hydra Unit Proposes 20 Fuel Cell Installations for Columbia, SC Fuel Cell Challenge
American Security Resources Corporation [OTCBB: ARSC] today announced that its Hydra Fuel Cell subsidiary has submitted a proposal in response to Columbia, South Carolina's Fuel Cell Challenge www.fuelcellchallenge.com . Hydra proposes fuel cell applications for police, fire and public safety; local government communications; utilities; and academic sporting and entertainment facilities among others.
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Naturally Healthy Children's Expo to Debut at Chicago's Navy Pier, Oct. 5-7
Expo launched in Chicago for families to share natural, healthy ways to raise children and positively impact their communities and the planet. In addition to Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle will welcome Naturally Healthy Children's Expo in the spring of 2008.
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Call for Nominations for 2007 National Wetlands Awards
Nomination forms for the 2007 National Wetlands Awards Program are now available. The National Wetlands Awards Program honors individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to the conservation and restoration of our nation's wetlands. The deadline for submitting nominations for the 2007 Awards program is December 15, 2006.
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New Comprehensive Guide for Landscape Professionals
"Landscape Maintenance Pest Control" is a complete guide to using pesticides safely in turf, landscape, and interior situations ranging from parks and golf courses to indoor malls. Designed for professionals working in the public or private sector, the guide released by the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program focuses especially on pesticide handling and application procedures of importance.
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Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Signs National Forestry Reform Law of 2006
Yesterday, Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Africa's first democratically-elected female head of state, signed the landmark National Forestry Reform Law of 2006. Passage of the new law is a signal moment in Liberia's effort to turn the corner on a recent past when "blood timber" was used to fuel local and regional conflict under the Charles Taylor regime.
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17th Annual New York State Recycling Conference
The 17th annual NYS Recycling Conference sponsored by: The NYS Association for Reduction, Reuse and Recycling - New York States premier recycling advocacy and public information association, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and Syracuse Center of Excellence at Syracuse University will be held on November 16 and 17 at the at the University Sheraton Hotel on University Ave in Syracuse, NY
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California's Harmful Fish Stocking Practices Challenged
The Center for Biological Diversity and Pacific Rivers Council are filing a lawsuit today against the California Department of Fish and Game over the agency’s longstanding failure to consider the impacts of fish stocking on imperiled aquatic species such as the Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog, Cascades Frog and Lahontan Cutthroat Trout.
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More Than One Million Children Learn About Seals This Week
Some 1.2 million children in 15 countries worldwide, including 500,000 in all 50 states, will participate this year in IFAW's (International Fund for Animal Welfare - www.ifaw.org) Animal Action Week.
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Scientist Urges Change In Welfare Of Captive Apes
A leading expert on great ape intelligence and behavior is urging significant change in the care and welfare of captive apes. In a scientific article to be published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (JAAWS), Dr. Sue Savage-Rumbaugh of Great Ape Trust of Iowa cites a need to address great ape welfare well beyond accommodations, physical needs and enrichment.
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