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The Arizona Republic
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of siteswith equipment to measure ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and greenhouse
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of sites
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
with equipment to measure ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and greenhouse gases. For more than two decades, the Maryland Department of the Environment has tracked where pollutants come from. Agency scientists and university researchers... Read more
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York Daily Record
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of siteswith equipment to measure ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and greenhouse
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of sites
York Daily Record / Posted yesterday
with equipment to measure ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and greenhouse gases. For more than two decades, the Maryland Department of the Environment has tracked where pollutants come from. Agency scientists and university researchers... Read more
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USA Today
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of siteswith equipment to measure ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and greenhouse
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of sites
USA Today / Posted yesterday
with equipment to measure ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and greenhouse gases. For more than two decades, the Maryland Department of the Environment has tracked where pollutants come from. Agency scientists and university researchers... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State introduces fracking regulations, one year ahead of ban's end100 feet and obligate energy companies to replace any water supply that becomes
State introduces fracking regulations, one year ahead of ban's end
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
100 feet and obligate energy companies to replace any water supply that becomes contaminated because of drilling. The Maryland Department of the Environment submitted the measures to a legislative committee that reviews regulations five days... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Sewage has leaked into a Baltimore stream for six months, and a fix could be three years awayaccording to a letter Madeleine Driscoll, chief of the public works department'
Sewage has leaked into a Baltimore stream for six months, and a fix could be three years away
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
according to a letter Madeleine Driscoll, chief of the public works department's office of asset management, sent to the Maryland Department of the Environment in July. MDE provided the letter to the Baltimore Sun. But field workers for local... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland officials say state will miss deadline to set fracking rules, as push for a permanent ban beginswho backs fracking, said the more time state officials spend vetting and revisi
Maryland officials say state will miss deadline to set fracking rules, as push for a permanent ban begins
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
who backs fracking, said the more time state officials spend vetting and revising the regulations, the better. The Maryland Department of the Environment released an overview of its proposal this summer. Critics, who view those plans as a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Simple encounters with the environment led to death for two menthen talk with your health care provider about the things that you specifically
Simple encounters with the environment led to death for two men
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
then talk with your health care provider about the things that you specifically should be doing," Mitchell said. The Maryland Department of the Environment has guidelines posted online at http://bsun.md/2cTVzXI to help people avoid contact... Read more
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The Daily Record
Maryland officials: Power plants to pay penalty for pollutinghave agreed to pay a $1 million penalty to resolve allegations over polluting i
Maryland officials: Power plants to pay penalty for polluting
The Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
have agreed to pay a $1 million penalty to resolve allegations over polluting in the Potomac and Patuxent Rivers. The Maryland Department of the Environment announced the federal court agreement Monday. The department says NRG Chalk Point and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland fines coal power plants $1 million for polluting Potomac, Patuxent riversinto the air, they were discharging more of the harmful nutrient in their waste
Maryland fines coal power plants $1 million for polluting Potomac, Patuxent rivers
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
into the air, they were discharging more of the harmful nutrient in their wastewater, state environmental officials said. Maryland Department of the Environment Secretary Ben Grumbles said it's a "stiff penalty" that signals the state is holding... Read more
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Boston Globe
Massachusetts presses other states in region to cut emissionsthe caps are unacceptable, we’ll have to talk about the next steps,” said Ben G
Massachusetts presses other states in region to cut emissions
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
the caps are unacceptable, we’ll have to talk about the next steps,” said Ben Grumbles, secretary of the Maryland Department of the Environment. “It could drive us out.” He added: “Pulling out is an option, but it’s not the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Aberdeen water may have odd taste and smell, but it's safe to drink, city officials saywater sits in your pipes." The city posts a water quality consumer confidence
Aberdeen water may have odd taste and smell, but it's safe to drink, city officials say
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
water sits in your pipes." The city posts a water quality consumer confidence report on its website, as required by the Maryland Department of the Environment and federal Environmental Protection Agency, and the water meets all standards as... Read more

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