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Indianapolis Plans to Launch One-Bin Recycling Venture

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indianapolis plan to use automated equipment to sort recyclable items from other trash is being closely watched by the recycling industry and others following hiccups with a similar operation in Alabama last year.   Covanta hopes to break ground this fall on a $45 million recycling facility and have it running [...]

Fed Lab Chief: Need for New Nuclear Industry Researchers

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — The director of the Savannah River National Laboratory said the United States needs to maintain an education system for training new nuclear researchers who can replace those leaving the workforce.   Director Terry Michalske spoke of his concerns this week during a meeting of the South Carolina Governor’s Nuclear Advisory Council. [...]

Wayne Municipal Airport Flying High After Tornado

By Nick Hytrek WAYNE, Neb. (AP) — Wayne Municipal Airport officials are flying high after recently receiving Nebraska’s 2014 Airport of the Year award. Pretty impressive, considering that the airport resumed full functions only about halfway through the year after being nearly blown away by a tornado. “It made us proud to see it get [...]

Proposed Chargers-Raiders Stadium Near Los Angeles Advances

By Michael R. Blood LOS ANGELES (AP) — Organizers behind a proposed stadium near Los Angeles that could become home for the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders announced Saturday they reached an important, early benchmark on the path to construction. A coalition of supporters, including labor unions, has collected over 14,000 petition signatures [...]

President’s Message April 2015

Greetings, As we welcome spring, let the outdoor activities begin. Baseball opening days, Easter and golf season are here. After the past few months of very cold, snowy weather, it’s a joy to see longer sunny days again. As Chief Engineers, spring is also the time of year we need to finish cleaning our cooling [...]