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Location: Courthouse annex, 095 Second St., Asotin. Interagency Data Sharing Agreement with Washington State Auditor. Public hearing to review the final performance of the Fire and Life Safety Project funded by the Community Development Block Grant. Resolution to enact a burning ban. Contract with the Washington State School for the …

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Gulf of Maine cleanup campaign hauls ghost mountain of gear, nearly 5,000 pounds in four days

In just four days, about 5,000 pounds of ghost gear was transported, according to a cleanup campaign in the Gulf of Maine. There were buoys, dock foam, lobster pots and ropes. During a four-day sailing expedition at the end of June, the Ocean Conservancy itself and the Rozalia project collected …

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MRF entry fees have more than doubled since 2018, reports WRAP

According to the annual gate charge report published by WRAP today (August 4), the average gate charge recorded by councils was £60 per tonne in 2021, up from £25 per tonne in 2018. The gross entry charge amounts to a mid-point figure of £80/tonne, groupage and transport from the transfer …

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Kevin Feige Explains When Tom Holland Really Became Spider-Man

Kevin Feige has made no secret of his love for Spider-Man. Feige gave Sony detailed notes on how to improve The Amazing Spider-Man 2, despite having a competitor making those films. That’s right, Feige loves the Wallcrawler so much he was willing to help out a rival just to make …

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Q2 Recycling Report: Commodity Price Spike May Have Diminished, MRF Upgrades Continuing Priority

The financial performance of the recycling divisions of the largest public companies in the industry has been on the rise for several quarters. See the latest stats and commentary from the second quarter earnings reports. Q2 revenue* Year-over-year variation WM $468 million +17.88% waste connections $64.68 million +60% Casella waste …

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Ways Grocery Stores Benefit From Trash Compactors

by ON THE PULSE Keeping a store hygienic is difficult, especially if you throw away a lot of expired and damaged merchandise. Instead of overwhelming the dumpster outside the grocery store, consider learning how you can benefit from using compactors for your trash. You reduce operational costs A significant advantage …

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Tierra Vegetables has a reason to celebrate

When Tierra Vegetables founders Lee and Wayne James spotted a patch of land – a former plum orchard in Healdsburg – one summer afternoon in 1979, they planted vegetable seeds on the 3 acres and n have never looked back. Now, after more than four decades of farming, Tierra Vegetables …

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GFL anticipates a rosy second half of 2022 in its quarterly report

The European Union is leading the way with regulations designed to improve the environmental footprint of products and trade in general. Two key aspects are reducing the carbon footprint of products to cope with climate change and the overall life cycle of materials through to ultimate end-of-life treatment. This last …

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Excellent result in the community satisfaction survey

Monash scored well for overall community satisfaction in the annual Community Satisfaction Survey results when residents of each municipality in Victoria are asked about their area. The council achieved an overall satisfaction score of 7.07, a score above Melbourne’s 2022 metropolitan average of 6.6 and above the 6.65 recorded by …

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US makes it a nightmare to get temporary passport overseas

Earlier this month, my passport and luggage were stolen from me, towards the end of what was supposed to be a week in Sicily. The following days were a lesson in how the US government fails its citizens stranded abroad, especially those with few financial resources. Why is this important: …

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The real story behind the spy who infiltrated Argentina’s Jewish community

from Amazon Prime Yosi, the regrettable spy unmasks the dangerous consequences of irrational anti-Semitism, and the non-Jewish spy who has come to regret his role in the terrorist attacks against Jews. Based on a true story, Amazon Prime’s hit series Yosi, the regrettable spy focuses on “Yosi”, aka Jose Perez, …

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City of Cleveland extends recycling program deadline to August 31

CLEVELAND — The city of Cleveland’s recycling trip has been a long time coming, and it’s finally moving forward. The city began picking up curbside materials starting in mid-June. Since then, 42,000 households have registered for the program. Residents like Patrick Vopat hope their waste will be turned into something …

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The Weirdest Fight Between JLA and Avengers Ended With a Heartwarming Twist

The Authority, DC’s dark version of the Justice League, went up against an equally dark Avengers analogue, but the fight took a mild turn. The Justice League and the avengers have faced each other in the past, but a fight between two versions of the teams was particularly shocking… mainly …

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Cowboys and Eagles face off in Weak Division

Cue the trash and burning dumpster memes, it’s time to talk about the NFC East. The Dallas Cowboys are the strongest team in one of the NFL’s weakest divisions, so it’s no surprise the Cowboys have +135 chances to win the NFC East in consecutive years with the Philadelphia Eagles. …

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Chemical recycling bills gain traction, spark opposition in states

States facing a growing volume of plastic are turning to a recycling method that uses heat and chemicals to break down materials, even though critics say the process could do more harm to the environment than good. Less than 10% of plastic waste is recycled in the United States each …

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‘A tsunami of human waste’ – Half of South Africa’s sewage treatment plants are failing

The Green Drop report’s introduction of candidate rewards further complicates the picture. These are granted to sewage treatment plants that meet all the criteria but cannot receive a score of 90% (the minimum for certification) because they do not treat effluent to minimum standards. Candidate status has been awarded to …

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16 people recognized for their bravery during the Taopi tornado

The two immediately knew they had several broken bones, rendering them unable to move. They knew they needed help fast. After getting the call from his brother, Gary knew exactly what to do. He needed help. That night, during the storm, Gary drove through the wind and rain to his …

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Oregon’s EPR Committee for Packaging Law Begins Detailed Implementation Process

Diving Brief: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality’s New EPR Rulemaking Advisory Committee began working out details on how to implement the Extended Producer Responsibility program for packaging known as Recycling Modernization Act. Regulations Consultative Committee met for the first time on July 20 to discuss details of the implementation of …

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Burrtec is the most trusted waste disposal company in the Santa Clarita Valley, and they’re here to help — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220 — Santa Clarita Radio

Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc. is the premier waste management company in the Santa Clarita Valley, and their goal is to keep the streets clean. The streets of Santa Clarita and many other cities like it have never been cleaner than when Burrtec Waste Industries reached them. “Burrtec is committed to …

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ECB measures make sense, but won’t be enough

Comment this story Comment If you think the Federal Reserve is struggling to control inflation, spare a thought for the European Central Bank. On Thursday, President Christine Lagarde announced the ECB’s first interest rate hike in 11 years – a bigger-than-expected hike of half a percentage point, taking the key …

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Quincy Central Services Committee Provides Update on City’s Recycling Program

QUINCY (WGEM) – Quincy’s Central Services Committee met Monday night to discuss the research they gathered on their three options for the city’s recycling program. The options are collection sites, bi-weekly collections, or maintaining the program. Public Works Director Jeffrey Conte said that, based on budget estimates, it would cost …

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Storm and pandemic survey results highlight insurance issues

The results of the Council’s third survey have been released indicating improvements in the response to the pandemic and the storm, but insurance issues, including premium increases, remain a major concern. Despite a second year of operation amid the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, results from nearly 300 respondents revealed …

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Release of Born Again in spring 2024

Marvel Studios/Netflix It’s finally official. After his live warm-up last year Spider-Man: No Coming Home, daredevil officially returns to the MCU proper with a new series titled Daredevil: Born Againslated for release in the spring of 2024. Charlie Cox will reprise the role of the Hell’s Kitchen superhero and his …

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How to use the recycling machine

Fish in Stardew Valley can lead players to profitable days when harvesting or foraging doesn’t yield much gold. There are many different areas where players can fish, each with unique species depending on the weather, time of day, and time of year. This activity, however, is not always productive and …

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Classic Cleanouts offers premium dumpster rental services in Portsmouth, NH

Portsmouth, New Hampshire- Classic Cleanouts offers professional and affordable dumpster hire services in Portsmouth and surrounding areas. Portsmouth NH dumpster hire company has a simple online ordering and pricing process, ensuring customers get prompt delivery of dumpsters when and where they are needed. The company does not engage the services …

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Russia expands list of ‘unfriendly’ countries

Russia has extended its short list of supposedly “unfriendly” nations, adding five European states that Moscow says have taken “hostile” actions. The list of “unfriendly” countries, first established in May 2021 to include the United States and the Czech Republic, limits the number of local staff that can be hired …

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The next phase of Lancaster Square will be reviewed

The next phase of Lancaster Square on the Gates Circle Hospital site heads to the Planning Board for consideration on Monday. Belmont Housing Resources plans to redevelop the northern section of the former historic Gates Circle Homeopathic Hospital, at the corner of Linwood and Lafayette Avenues, into 80 apartments. The …

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SAP’s GreenToken in Blockchain Recycling Pilot with Japanese DIC Group – Ledger Insights

GreenToken by SAP is a blockchain solution aimed at ensuring the traceability of raw materials for recycling purposes. Large Japanese chemical manufacturer ID announced its intention to conduct a pilot project with the SAP blockchain solution involving recycled plastic inputs. However, the use cases for GreenToken are not limited to …

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Money is pouring into green initiatives as heatmaps turn red

For sharper, more insightful business and economic news, subscribe to The Daily Upside newsletter. It’s completely free and we guarantee you’ll learn something new every day. It’s been a scary week, to say the least, as far as the weather is concerned. Specifically, the increasing frequency and strength of heat …

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Rains in Uttarakhand: 2 dead, 6 injured in Rudraprayag, IMD issues red alert for 9 districts | Main developments

Latest Uttarakhand Rainfall Update: At least two workers died and six others were injured when the formwork of a bridge under construction collapsed in Sirobagad area on the Rishikesh-Badrinath trunk road in Rudraprayag district due to heavy rains. The accident happened around 9 a.m. Meanwhile, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh …

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Tesab Engineering adds a Sales Manager

Product and packaging designers around the world are busy introducing new items that will eventually be discarded for recycling. For the German manufacturer of crushing equipment Vecoplan AG, this circumstance provides a reason to offer new varieties of crushers. At the same time, the equipment maker says recycling plant operators …

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Blooms of toxic blue-green algae are becoming more common

PROVIDENCE — State environmental officials lack the resources to combat toxic blue-green algal blooms that alter some of the state’s most popular recreational waterways each year, so environmental plans are often closed longer than they should be. Each year, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) tests bodies of …

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Powerful monsoon storms wreak havoc; SR 87 to close for 2 or 3 days

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — An active monsoon season continued late Sunday evening until early Monday morning as thousands of people were still without power in the valley. Arizona Family First Alert meteorologists expect showers and isolated thunderstorms to continue through the morning. Northern Mesa areas saw almost an inch and …

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Bottle caps are not recyclable – The Garden Island

LIHU’E — Despite new markings on some beverage containers to the contrary, the county’s Department of Public Works Solid Waste Division said bottle caps are not accepted at HI5 redemption centers or in Kaua’i Recycles green bins. LIHU’E — Despite new markings on some beverage containers to the contrary, the …

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RTL Today – Smiling through the rubble: In eastern Ukraine, “we’re alive, it’s a good day”

Leaning on her cane, Olga Dekanenko walks through the rubble and debris of her home in eastern Ukraine which was heavily damaged in a Russian strike in the early hours of Saturday. Workers pump water from a 10-metre-wide (30ft) deep crater with a burst pipe outside Dekanenko’s home in Konstantinovka, …

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12 new recycling stations on island beaches as part of a project led by the Rotary Club of Thanet – The Isle Of Thanet News

Launch of the recycling station project Twelve new recycling stations will be set up at Thanet’s main bathing beaches, featuring drawings by local schoolchildren. The project was led by the Rotary Clubs of Thanet, in conjunction with Thanet District Council and Southern Water. It increases the recycling capacity of waste …

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Yard waste collection is key to increasing recycling rates

A little over a year ago, we were seriously considering introducing bin collections every three weeks. Austerity, huge cuts to our income support grant from the government, demand and growth pressures, inflation, the impact of COVID-19 and loss of income have all made ravages. Couple that with the underinvestment in …

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New York’s best ice cream is in Brooklyn, rent is up 27%, and more news

The past week has been rather slow in the news, with most local media picking up the same press releases, crime reports and celebrity spottings. The NYT focused on features like Where’s Pete Panto? or How “Flatbush Misdemeanors” Dan Perlman Spends His Sundays (two good reads), and BKMag checked out …

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Asteroid Bennu almost swallowed a whole spacecraft – Sky & Telescope

This mosaic of asteroid 101955 Bennu was created using data from NASA’s OSIRIS-REX spacecraft, which visited the asteroid from late 2018 to mid-2021. NASA GSFC / University of Arizona Piles of rubble in space are not like the solid heaps that gravity holds down. NASA’s OSIRIS-REX probe pierced the surface …

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EPA Seeks Comments on Action Plan for Environmental Justice and Fair Use of Infrastructure Funds

Diving Brief: The US EPA’s Office of Land and Emergency Management held a public information session on Wednesday to gather feedback on its project Environmental Justice Action Planfocusing specifically on how to consider EJ as it develops parameters for new aid for waste and recycling financed by the Infrastructure Investment …

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Dumpster Daddy Offers Cost-Effective Dumpster Rental Options in Cincinnati

Dumpster Daddy, a locally owned and operated waste disposal company, is excited to announce the expansion of its dumpster rental services in Cincinnati and surrounding Hamilton County. Their roll-off rentals serve a range of residential or commercial clientele and support a wide range of renovation, repair, remodeling, demolition and general …

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the service puts Coast on the path to net zero

A new era of waste collection has begun on the Sunshine Coast. Queensland-based family business JJ’s Waste & Recycling has taken over the region’s waste collection services. This coincided with the start of Sunshine Coast Council’s expanded garden organics collection service, which will see an additional 45,000 households recycle their …

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Latest news from Russia and the war in Ukraine

Death toll rises to 47 after missile strikes building The rescue operation is underway after a missile strike, amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, at a location such as Chasiv Yar, Ukraine. Governor of Donetsk region Pavlo Ky | via Reuters The death toll from a Russian missile strike on an …

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The Planning Commission recommends that the Board approve the recycling operation

Published on July 12, 2022 19:23 Last updated July 12, 2022 7:23 PM Written by Greg Sapp Effingham town plan commissioners voted on Tuesday to recommend the town council grant a special use permit for a recycling operation. The business, Polygone Recycling, is owned by Kirk and Emily Hartke and …

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Fleetwood Waste Systems is committed to keeping waste disposal and recyclable materials out of landfills

Fleetwood Waste is a Canadian waste disposal and bin rental company. Founded in 1971, the company is the oldest and one of the most reputable waste management companies in the region. According to recent research, it is estimated that approximately 2.8 million tonnes of plastic waste reaches Canadian landfills each …

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Ukraine hopes to find survivors in rubble of building hit by Russia

CHASIV YAR, Ukraine — Ukrainian rescuers on Monday hoped to find survivors under the rubble of a building hit by a Russian missile strike that killed at least 15 people, as Moscow forces seek to consolidate their control over the region. Donbass. The building was partially destroyed by the strike, …

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A surprising number of people we surveyed don’t recycle old electronics

Not only is electronics manufacturing depleting the Earth’s natural resources, but it could also lead to a shortage of several precious metals within the next 100 years. It is impossible to manufacture electronic devices without key resources like gold, palladium, iron, oil, copper and platinum (via APE), which places enormous …

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Successfully managing Jinni waste

Islamabad: While almost the whole country watches helplessly as the piles of waste on every corner of towns and cities grow bigger and bigger every day, there are four slums in Islamabad that are successfully dealing with waste Jinni, presenting a solution manageable to the rest of the country. The …

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To prevent illegal dumping, PMC must lift debris over 10 metric tons

The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) initiated the Debris Hauling Facility directly from the site to prevent individuals from dumping debris (rubble and building materials) at places not designated by the civic body. The Pune civic body, as per the decision made this week, will lift the debris in excess of …

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Frustration grows over West Omaha recycling center

ELKHORN, Neb. (WOWT) – There is growing frustration with an Omaha recycling site that has become a dumping ground. It’s the one in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park in Elkhorn. “It seems pretty irresponsible to me,” Elkhorn’s Taelyr Weekly said. Recycling bins are overflowing; trash bags are stacked on top of each other …

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Discount Dumpster offers a new experience with Dumpster

BALTIMORE, July 07 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Baltimore-area residents who are unsure about ordering a waste collection bin can now take advantage of a one-stop, streamlined option with Discount Dumpster Rental. The supplier’s four-step ordering process makes renting a trash can affordable and easy. As Discount Dumpster co-founder Preston …

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Ministers watch green technology at Granville EcoPark

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons MP and Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Minister Edwin Poots MP visited Granville EcoPark Ltd in Dungannon to see the company’s latest developments in green technology. During a visit to the site, the Ministers were able to discover the company’s anaerobic digestion (AD) plant and heard …

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Georgia Guidestones blown to rubble, police investigation underway – Deadline

The mysterious Georgia Guidestones, the subject of much film and television exploration and sometimes referred to as “America’s Stonehenge”, were blown to bits by an explosion this morning. The stone monuments, located in a rural area near Elberton, Georgia, were largely destroyed by a detonation early this morning. Authorities blame …

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City of Midland is working on new recycling center sites

The City of Midland is working on new recycling/large item/yard waste sites to replace the one that currently takes in almost 1,000 tonnes a year. Midland’s current recycling situation requires residents to bring items that can be recycled or other trash to the Citizens Collection Station, 4100 Smith Road, or …

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Bin There Dump announcing the expansion of its franchise in North America

Middlesex, New Jersey–(Newsfile Corp. – July 6, 2022) – America’s fastest growing dumpster rental company, Bin There Dump That, has announced the expansion of its franchise opportunities across North America. Bin There Dump That is known for its bright green dumpsters and has seen 30% growth in gross sales over …

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Total Fiber Recovery begins work on Virginia facility

Total Fiber Recovery of Chesapeake (TFRC), based in Chesapeake, Va., said it has begun construction of its $80 million recycled pulp production plant in that city. TFRC describes it as the first of several pulp facilities planned by Total Fiber Recovery. TFRC is a joint venture between Oregon-based Total Fiber …

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“He left it in ruins, it was like smoking rubble, LeBron had it, then he didn’t”

Skip Bayless thinks Kevin Durant saved Steph Curry’s legacy, destroyed LeBron James’s and can now help save Chris Paul’s career. In “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed”, Bayless said: “He not only saved Steph’s legacy…Kevin Durant also destroyed LeBron James’ legacy. … He destroyed LeBron James’ legacy. He left it in ruins. …

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Sonoco expands residential paper cup recycling to its

HARTSVILLE, South Carolina, July 05. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sonoco (NYSE:SON) today announced that it is expanding post-consumer recovery and recycling opportunities for paper cups into mixed paper bales for use as raw material in its Hartsville , SC, cardboard factory to produce new cardboard. All of Sonoco’s US …

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By reducing food waste, we can all save money

Published: Monday 04 July 2022 Oldham Council encourages residents to save around £720 a year by reducing food waste and recycling better. By getting the most out of your food and not throwing it away, you could help your money grow. Planning your meals, storing food properly, and using up …

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Announcement of attack by California Governor Gavin Newsom on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis – Deadline

Continuing the Florida-California war of words — and potentially a preview of the 2024 presidential campaign — California Governor Gavin Newsom has released a new ad attacking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Newsom’s Fourth of July weekend ad claims that “freedom is under attack” in states with Republican governors, like Florida. …

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Borough abruptly closes recycling center, residents frustrated | Local News

Recyclers will have to look elsewhere to dispose of cans and bottles after the Fairbanks North Star Borough abruptly announced late Friday afternoon that its central recycling center on Marika Road was closed until further notice. Would-be recyclers on Saturday morning who stopped by the recycling center were greeted with …

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Strong earthquakes kill five in southern Iran

Tehran — A series of violent earthquakes rocked southern Iran on Saturday, killing at least five people, injuring more than 90 others and reducing an entire village to rubble. The earthquakes, including two of magnitude 6.0, struck west of the main port city of Bandar Abbas in Hormozgan province, the …

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RivCo budget reveals priorities in the Coachella Valley

County budget funds local priorities in Coachella Valley and Blythe communities PALM DESERT – Riverside County’s new budget, which takes effect today, July 1, includes funding for key priorities in the Coachella Valley and Blythe region, benefiting residents of cities and unsettled communities. incorporated as the fourth district of the …

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In Ukraine, recovery cannot wait: demining and clearing rubble allows displaced families to return home safely – Ukraine

“It’s always terrifying to bring kids here.” Olexander Krushynskii lives in Bucha in Kyiv Oblast, 25 kilometers west of the capital. The creepy place he’s talking about is a children’s playground. “We have no idea of ​​the situation on the playgrounds. There are many more places where shells and mines …

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Board Audit, Grant, Retraining and More – Yuma Pioneer

Yuma City received an unqualified audit for fiscal year 2021.Matthew Miller of McMahan and Associates, LLC, presented the 2021 audit via Zoom at the postponed regular meeting of the Yuma City Council on Monday evening in the council chambers. He explained how the audit compares years, confirms financial statements with …

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Priority Dumpster Rental Wixom covers the best use cases for bulk dumpster rental

“If you have a lot of trash and also bulky trash, that needs to be tied down, or is just plain heavy, renting a dumpster is your best service,” a spokesperson for Priority Dumpster Rental Wixom said. “One of the most common uses for huge roll containers is construction and …

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Priority Dumpster Rental Utica Releases White Paper Explaining How Dumpsters Are Used to Facilitate Major Cleanups

A document published by Priority Dumpster Rental Utica discusses the actual steps and benefits of dumpster rentals for getting rid of huge amounts of trash and particulates. A spokesperson for the company said: “We’ve been offering this service for many years, and over those years we’ve come across a number …

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Changes to Garbage, Recycling and Green Waste Collection for Canada Day — PtboCanada

Changes to Garbage, Recycling and Green Waste Collection for Canada Day — PtboCanada PtboCanada June 30, 2022 June 30, 2022/ Angela O’Grady Garbage, recycling and green waste will not be picked up on Canada Day, Friday. Collections for this date will be postponed to Monday. Residents who normally collect on …

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Strait Avenue home reduced to rubble after Tuesday morning fire – Reuters

WORTHINGTON — The Strait Avenue home that caught fire Tuesday morning is a total loss, according to Worthington Fire Chief Pat Shorter. The Worthington Fire Department was dispatched to the scene at 8:52 a.m. Tuesday after electrical utility personnel working in the driveway from the property noticed flames coming from …

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America’s fastest-growing waste disposal company, Common Waste, infuses technology into its services

Improve dumpster rental services with automated booking services America’s fastest growing waste management company, Common Waste, has entered the tech space with its automated reservation system designed to facilitate demand for dumpsters. As part of its expansion plans, the storage company created this technology-based reservation system to meet the growing …

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Logan City officials announce upcoming holiday closures – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN — Logan officials announced modified hours for services and facilities in Logan City during the Independence Day holiday. “Trash, recycling and green waste will not be picked up as usual on Monday, July 4,” according to Logan Public Works spokeswoman Emily Malik. “The municipal landfill will also be closed …

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The Day – Backus Checkup: Help City Park out of the rubble

Less than a tenth of a mile from the majestic Norwich Town Hall was a devastated courtyard, left to weeds, rubbish and graffiti after a nearby bank left nearly a decade ago. On June 18, during the city’s traditional Juneteenth Day celebrations, the newly dedicated public space was named Jubilee …

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West Hartford plans to build a new recycling center. Here’s why.

West Hartford – West Hartford has entered the preliminary stages of developing a new recycling center and closing a historic landfill as a proactive step to address central Connecticut’s changing waste landscape , officials said. Construction of the 16,900 square foot Hardware Solutions Center will include updates to the 10.9-acre …

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If Deshaun Watson is suspended for the full year, who will play quarterback for the Browns?

Getty Images But for the fact that the Browns didn’t burn but erased their bridge with Baker Mayfield, they would have a quick and easy replacement for Deshaun Watson, should he be suspended for the full year of 2022. However, the Browns managed to completely alienate Mayfield. , who surely …

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Adams Drops Garbage Disposal Requirement in New Homes, Hoping to Cut Cost of Construction and Cost to the Environment | North Berkshires

At the Adams town hall, voters rescinded a 1970 requirement that every new living unit have garbage cans in every kitchen sink. GILLIAN JONES – THE EAGLE OF BERKSHIRE ADAMS — Don’t panic, but using a garbage disposal to dispose of food waste from the kitchen might not be such …

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Troops evacuate the city from the rubble

Ukraine was due to withdraw its troops from the ruined city of Severodonetsk last night after weeks of shelling, the regional governor said, in a major gain for Russia as it continues its offensive in the east. Russian troops also fully occupied a town about 10 km further south, Ukrainian …

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Opinion: Plastic recycling has largely failed; California must find a new solution

Plastic bottles. Photo via Pixabay Plastic waste is the legacy we leave to our children. It is everywhere: in remote alpine lakes, in deep underwater trenches and even inside us. Studies show that we consume up to the equivalent of a plastic credit card every week. The latest amazing research …

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Louisville Portable Storage Company Announces Free Local Shipping for a Limited Time

LOUISVILLE, KY, June. 23, 2022 – Louisville Go Mini’slocal supplier of mobile mini-containers, announced a limited time offer of free shipping to customers in the entire Louisville, Kentucky area. Whether you’re selling, buying, building, staging or renovating a new home, or representing a local business in need of portable storage, …

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Retrospective 1 year later

SURFSIDE, Fla. – It was just after 1 a.m. on June 24, 2021, when Champlain Towers South failed, collapsing early on a Thursday morning. Rescuers immediately began searching for survivors in the rubble. “We are working around the clock and we have hope,” Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said …

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Chesapeake ends contract with TFC Recycling early after recyclables left on sidewalks for weeks – The Virginian-Pilot

CHESAPEAKE — Chesapeake ended its recycling contract with TFC Recycling early Thursday after residents’ recyclables sat on the sidewalk for more than a month. The cancellation of the contract, effective immediately, comes after the Chesapeake City Council voted to end the city’s free curbside recycling — a move originally slated …

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Reed Maintenance Services Inc. Accepts Applications for Equipment Mechanics in Stevenson, Alabama

Reed Maintenance Services Inc., a Union Grove-based dumpster rental company, announced it was accepting applications from equipment mechanics in Stevenson, Alabama. The company offers a range of waste management services in parts of Alabama and Tennessee. They include residential dumpster rentals, commercial dumpster rentals, portable rest room rentals, dump truck …

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