Wisconsin wastewater plants were built to keep pollutants out of the environment, but state regulators have come to recognize they may also be spreading hazardous industrial chemicals in ways that increase health risks.Read More »
By Sean Ryan Builders and manufacturers have only one more chance to convince state policymakers that new runoff and phosphorus rules will cost too much money. The two rules, drafted by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, cleared the state ...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — State environmental officials are considering plans for a new waste-to-energy project. N.E.W. Organic Digestion LLC wants to build a wastewater treatment plant near Denmark in Brown County. The plant will process industrial wastes that would ...Read More »
Brian Johnson Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — Drinking and wastewater projects are moving forward throughout Minnesota with help from federal stimulus, but leaders in the local utility contracting industry say the needs still outweigh the available money. In Minnesota, roughly ...Read More »