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Epa Removes Online Fly Ash Reference, Averts Rule-Making Embarrassment

The Environmental Protection Agency has withdrawn from the epa.gov web site a section for its Coal Combustion Products Parternship (C2P2), citing re-evaluation of a program whose 200-plus members include National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, American Coal Ash Association, and Federal Highway Administration

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CumminsÌ Production-Ready, Mixer-Geared Isx11.9 Clears Epa, Carb

The ISX 11.9 is set to round out Cummins’ 2010 heavy-duty engine line, with full production commencing next month on the heels of the model’s Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board certification

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Pervious Pavement Pivotal To Cardi MaterialsÌ $215K Settlement With Epa

A proposed settlement with EPA New England Region calls for Cardi Materials, LLC to pay a $55,000 civil penalty; eliminate process water discharges at its Warwick, R.I., ready mixed plant; perform a comprehensive environmental audit to ensure the facility’s compliance with federal laws; hire certified personnel for additional stormwater discharge monitoring

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