World’s First Carbon Capture and Storage Project in Basalt Begins in USA

October 27, 2010 by  
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Washington state’s Department of Ecology has just granted the permit for the world’s first pilot test of carbon capture and sequestration in continental flood basalt near a paper mill in Wallula. With the permit approved, the Wallula pilot will start injecting 1,000 tons of CO 2 into a 4,000-foot well at Wallula, Washington, by January. It will take about two weeks.

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First U.S. Battery Recycling Facility in 20 Years Gets Green Light

August 3, 2010 by  
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Credit: Charles Williams It’s the first air permit issued in almost 20 years for a new, fully-integrated battery recycling facility in the U.S., says Johnson Controls Inc.

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Stop West Virginia’s Spruce Mountaintop Removal Coal Mine

May 27, 2010 by  
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Photo courtesy of the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition and SouthWings. While we watch the continuing BP oil disaster in the Gulf, there is another form of dirty, destructive, energy we need to break free from: Coal. A very important deadline is rapidly approaching —on June 1st the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will stop taking public comments on its proposed veto of the permit that would allow devastating mountaintop removal coal mining at the massive Spruce No

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