Graymont Concludes Deal to Create Park with Overburden

Graymont announced that agreements have concluded with three Canadian municipalities involved with the Bedford Heritage Project, “a crucial step in the realization of a unique initiative that will help ensure the continuing long-term operation of one of the largest employers in the region,” the company said.

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ARTBA Challenges FHWA Greenhouse Gas Proposal

The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) challenged the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) proposal to measure greenhouse gas emissions from new transportation projects.

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Giving Nature a Boost

Thousands of rainbow trout teem through sparkling waters at an aquaculture facility run by Stoller Canada at McMillan Pond in the Aberfoyle area of south-central Ontario, about 40 minutes from Toronto.

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Sell Your Old Pallets, Buy Recycled Ones

Every year, 1.9 billion wooden pallets are in circulation in the United States, transporting a variety of goods. Pallets are 100 percent reusable, recyclable and come from a renewable resource.

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Clean Diesel: Fueling a Decade of Change

The Shift To Cleaner Diesel Fuel Has Led To Major Environmental Accomplishments.

Ten years after the introduction of ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel in 2006, the Diesel Technology Forum recognizes the role of the shift to cleaner diesel fuel and its importance in the major environmental accomplishments that were celebrated during National Clean Air Month last month.

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