Presque Isle Bay Removed from Great Lakes “Area of Concern” List
Published: Friday, 15 March 2013 13:36
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that Presque Isle Bay, on the Pennsylvania shore of Lake Erie, has been removed from the list of heavily contaminated Great Lakes sites targeted for cleanup by the U.S.-Canada Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. Environmental conditions in Presque Isle Bay have significantly improved due to actions taken by federal, state and local government. Studies have shown that revitalized waterways, like Presque Isle Bay, can benefit the local economy and better protect people’s health. Presque Isle Bay is now the second site in the nation to be taken off the list of Great Lakes “Areas of Concern” (AOCs).
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Cemex to Focus on Water Management
Published: Friday, 01 February 2013 12:59
By Mark S. Kuhar
Cemex has developed a methodology to standardize water management across all of the company’s operations. Starting this year, this methodology will be rolled out to all of the businesses in the countries in which Cemex operates in order to minimize the company’s water footprint and increase its water efficiency.
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