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FEMA Says It Will Make Disaster Response More Equitable

FEMA Says It Will Make Disaster Response More Equitable

The Federal Emergency Management Agency acknowledges that recovery programs have unfairly burdened certain populations

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Dakota Reclamators Ltd joins the Priestly Demolition Inc

Dakota Reclamators Ltd joins the Priestly Demolition Inc

Dakota Reclamators Ltd joins the Priestly Demolition Inc family of Companies Demolition companies come together to combine their expertise and expand their reach across Canada.

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Demolishing a Five-boiler Power Plant Recycles 80 Tons of Concrete and Masonry

Demolishing a Five-boiler Power Plant Recycles 80 Tons of Concrete and Masonry

Bierlein hits deadline and budget in a 2.5-year job abating, remediating and demolishing a five-boiler Michigan power plant

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EPA Webinar on Material Characterization and Economic Impacts of Recycling

EPA Webinar on Material Characterization and Economic Impacts of Recycling

On February 25, EPA will present on trends in U.S. materials generation, including recycling, composting, combustion with energy recovery and landfilling based on the recent Advancing Sustainable Materials Management (SMM): Facts and Figures 2018 report.

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After Hilco Dust Disaster, City Moves To Increase Fines For Polluters

After Hilco Dust Disaster, City Moves To Increase Fines For Polluters

For an “egregious violation,” the fine could go up to $50,000.

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New York's brownfield cleanup program marks successful year

New York's brownfield cleanup program marks successful year

State cleanup program continues to promote comprehensive cleanups, economic redevelopment in communities

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Fighting blight in Baltimore remains a complex issue

Fighting blight in Baltimore remains a complex issue

There's estimated to be more than 15,000 vacant or abandoned buildings in Baltimore, impacting almost every neighborhood.

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Viewpoint: Environmental challenges to last-mile distribution and warehouse developments

Viewpoint: Environmental challenges to last-mile distribution and warehouse developments

Explosive e-commerce growth has driven an increased demand for “last-mile” urban warehouse and distribution center developments that come with new environmental challenges

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Entire library building to move brick-by-brick to Black Country Museum

Entire library building to move brick-by-brick to Black Country Museum

Woodside Library on Stourbridge Road is to become a key feature of the Black Country Living Museum.

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SDSU professor explains stadium demolition

SDSU professor explains stadium demolition

News 8 set to find out why San Diego Stadium wasn’t imploded like many stadiums of the past.

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