Outagamie County landfill officials are firing propane cannons and using inflatables to scare away an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 gulls that are feeding at the site and creating a neighborhood nuisance.
Efforts to dredge toxic industrial chemicals from the Fox River should continue, a federal judge has ruled.
A federal judge has decided that two companies won’t have to pay for the cleanup of PCBs from Little Lake Butte des Morts and portions of the Fox River.
Dredging has resumed on the polluted Fox River after a federal appeals court denied NCR’s request for a temporary stay.
A federal judge’s ruling has opened the door to full-scale cleanup of a Wisconsin river polluted by toxins from a bygone papermaking era.
Cleaning up contaminated sediment from the Fox River in Brown County remains stalled until a judge can figure out who has to pay for the project, which could cost more than $1 billion.
Federal prosecutors were expected to ask a judge Thursday to restart the cleanup of contaminated sediment from the Fox River in Brown County, a project that could cost more than $1 billion.
A federal trial in Milwaukee has several paper companies arguing over which firms are responsible for cleaning up the Fox River contaminated decades ago by discharges from the papermaking process.
The Door County Environmental Council has requested that the Department of Energy (DOE) prepare an Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Oneida Seven Generations Corp. Waste to Energy facility in Green Bay.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The third year of dredging at the polluted Fox River could end as early as next week after a federal judge raised questions about who’s liable for the cleanup. Paper company Appleton and NCR Corp. have paid for more than two years of cleanup and agreed to pay for the [...]