Portage recycling manager Steiner resigns, deputy manager evolves

Months after taking a “extended vacationn, “resigned Bill Steiner, director of the Portage County recycling district. Dawn Collins, the longtime assistant director who led the district in Steiner’s absence, has been appointed director. “I look forward to this opportunity,” said Collins, who has worked for the district for almost 10 …

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Boston should follow Worcester’s lead and score points pushing things through wood chippers

Anyone looking to make a statement here should consider this option. Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips delivered to your inbox every Sunday morning – perfect with a coffee! Photographic illustration by Spencer Buell. CharlieCard photo by Boston Globe via Getty | Wood chipper photo by steved_np3 …

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Seahawks CB Tre Brown hit it off with Packers and Aaron Rodgers

I’m not going to waste time at all. Tre Brown played every LCB snap against the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers was 8 of 13 for 36 yards to his right. Less than three meters per attempt. Brown kicked the green and gold ass. The Seattle Seahawks rookie corner …

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New Cuyahoga Falls Dairy Queen set to open soon on the Portage Trail

Lori Bamis has fond memories of eating at the now destroyed Dairy Queen on the Portage Trail in Cuyahoga Falls. Bamis, 45, of Jackson Township grew up in the falls near the DQ. When she was a teenager, she and a friend spent a lot of their money babysitting at …

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Aker Offshore Wind-led consortium secures funding for blade recycling pilot project

Oslo, Norway, November 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – A UK government grant has been secured for an innovative pilot project to develop the UK’s first bladed wind turbine recycling plant. The three-year £ 2million project involves a consortium led by Aker Offshore Wind and Scottish researchers, with the aim …

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Brookings register | The Commission approves the updated fee schedule

BROOKINGS – Brookings City Council approved an updated version of the City’s Consolidated Fee Schedule on November 9, as presented by Ashley Rentsch, Deputy Director of Finance. After reviewing the city’s fee schedule, staff identified fees that need to be updated or clarified in community development, parks, and solid waste …

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Tufts Dining Reintroduces Reusable Take-Out Container Program and Suspends Dining2GO

Tufts Dining reimplemented its reusable take-out container program on November 1, which had first been spear in 2019 in the Carmichael and Dewick-MacPhie food centers , and discontinued Dining2GO due to low attendance. BThese programs allow students to eat outside of mess halls while reducing food waste, said Patti Klos, …

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Destroyed in a huge fire, Marsolan’s Feed & Seed was a hub of Covington: “It’s like stepping back in time” |

Harvey Marsolan sat on a porch bench opposite the charred building where he had spent much of his life and solemnly watched the firefighters work through the rubble. The fiery flames had been extinguished but a pungent odor of smoke lingered in Covington town center on Tuesday morning. Marsolan’s Feed …

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Guest: Require recycling for BYU approved housing | News, Sports, Jobs

It is widely accepted that instant ramen and microwave frozen meals are staple foods that can be found in every college apartment. And while these meals are quick, easy, and convenient, what they lack in nutritional value, they make up for it in plastic weight. Yet for those of us …

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How Cerebra Green started a renovation revolution

This article was sponsored by Cerebra Green An an old laptop, a phone with a broken screen, or even headphones and chargers, every time we toss electronic items like these in the trash, a mountain of e-waste is created. A 2017 report from the Global E-Waste Monitor confirms that this …

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