Soil

Erosion Control

Defunding the Superfund

Defunding the Superfund

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It’s clear that the Environmental Protection Agency is undergoing some tremendous changes under the current presidential administration, with the president proposing to reduce the agency’s budget by 31%. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has been a strong proponent of cutting back his agency’s reach, reducing environmental regulation, revising or rescinding the  … Read More

Seeding Restoration Sites With Tackifiers, Mulch, and More

Seeding Restoration Sites With Tackifiers, Mulch, and More

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An infamous coal seam fire that had been smoldering for 100 years burst out violently in 2002 to devour the arid Colorado landscape. An inferno dating back, perhaps, to a mine explosion in 1896 that killed 49 miners, the fire that erupted to the surface and tore toward Glenwood Springs  … Read More

New Company Name Reflects Expanded Focus and Product Lines for BossTek

New Company Name Reflects Expanded Focus and Product Lines for BossTek

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(Peoria, Ill.) – A global leader in dust and odor control has announced a company name change that embodies the firm’s expanded portfolio of technologies and services. After pioneering atomized mist dust control cannons more than a decade ago with its powerful DustBoss designs, Dust Control Technology has changed its  … Read More

Florida DOT Approves Keystone’s KeySystem II Retaining Wall System

Florida DOT Approves Keystone’s KeySystem II Retaining Wall System

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Minneapolis, MN, May 16, 2017— The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has issued approval of the Keystone KeySystem II retaining wall system for use by the department on state and federal highways.

KeySystem II is designed to the highest standards and unique requirements of the transportation sector. The system consists of  … Read More

Constructed Wetlands for Erosion Control and Stormwater Mitigation

Constructed Wetlands for Erosion Control and Stormwater Mitigation

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Many people think of wetlands as smelly, mosquito-ridden nuisances, but healthy wetlands provide habitat for birds, fish, amphibians, bats, and other insects that live on mosquitoes. Wetlands are home to more than one-third of the United States’ threatened and endangered species, according to EPA.  … Read More

EPA Launches New “Waters of the US” Website

EPA Launches New “Waters of the US” Website

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WASHINGTON – EPA is launching a new website (www.epa.gov/wotus-rule) today to provide the public with information about EPA’s review of the definition of “Waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS) as set out in the 2015 “Clean Water Rule.” The site replaces the website developed for the 2015 rulemaking process.

“EPA is restoring  … Read More

Carbon Farming

Carbon Farming

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Some farmers are working with—and getting paid for—a new kind of crop, although it doesn’t result in a saleable product and, in fact, results in a net loss: of carbon. Grants are now available in Marin County, CA, to encourage “carbon farming,” or sequestering carbon in the soil through various  … Read More


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Lane Enterprises
Lane Enterprises
3905 Hartzdale Drive
Suite 514
Camp Hill
PA
17011
Profile Products
750 Lake Cook Rd, Suite 440
Buffalo Grove
IL
60089
Tensar
Tensar
2500 Northwinds Parkway
Suite 500
Alpharetta
GA
30009

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