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Hazardous Waste Clean-Up: Teterboro, NJ
Teterboro,New Jersey (PR MediaRelease) September 1, 2016 - Richard Catena, who owns an auto sales warehouse on Industrial Avenue in Teterboro, in Bergen County, bought the property in 1988, thinking it was clean, based on the seller's representations to NJDEP that no hazardous waste had been handled there. Read more
Jeffrey Ware, International Friend of the Rose
Birmingham,Alabama (PR MediaRelease) June 30, 2016 - Jeffrey Ware was named the 2016 “International Friend of the Rose” by Great Rosarians of the World at a ceremony held at the prestigious Union League Club of Manhattan on Friday, June 17. Read more
Austin,Texas (PR MediaRelease) May 27, 2016 - Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) announced 13 winners for this year’s Don’t mess with Texas® Elementary School Art Contest. The winning entries came from across the state, and the winning designs will appear in the 2017 Don’t mess with Texas® Calendar. Read more
Austin,Texas (PR MediaRelease) May 25, 2016 - As the Don’t mess with Texas® litter prevention campaign celebrates 30 years of keeping Texas roadways litter-free, three Texas high school students are being honored by Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for their litter-prevention efforts with 2016 Don’t mess with Texas® Scholarships. Read more
East Lansing,Michigan (PR MediaRelease) April 26, 2016 - Michigan has been blessed with some of the most spectacular natural resources on our planet, and yet, very few people are aware of the magical world that exists only a few inches below Michigan’s inland lakes and rivers, said Nancy Washburne, author of the Snorkeling Guide to Michigan Inland Lakes. Read more
Tucson,Arizona (PR MediaRelease) April 25, 2016 - The Tucson-based, international organization The Biodiversity Group is bringing their STEM educational program, Biodiversity PEEK (Photography Engaging and Empowering Kids), to United States schools in southern Arizona. Biodiversity PEEK uses nature photography to engage students with their own backyard wildlife to photographically collect and share valuable scientific data as well as artistically inspiring images. Read more
Chico,California (PR MediaRelease) December 3, 2015 - Television news coverage regarding multiple July 6, 2015 fires along Highway 156 near the community of San Juan Bautista revealed that the fires had been linked to high-temperature sparks and material spewing from the exhaust of a semi-truck, a recurring symptom of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) device. The truck in this particular incident had caused four separate fires along the highway, which ignited nearby grassland and caused significant damage to a local home. Read more
La Porte,Texas (PR MediaRelease) August 13, 2015 - The Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) and the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) announced the first-ever Galveston Bay Report Card on the health of the Bay. This is the first time researchers have graded the Bay’s overall health, and some of the results are concerning Read more