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Rollings Landfill owner found in contempt

South Palafox Properties LLC , owner of the  Rolling Hills landfill that the Florida Department of Environmental Protection permanently closed, has been ruled to be…

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Talking turtles

Turtles are plentiful in the Florida panhandle, and there are folks who still consider them to be a tasty meal. Even protected varieties of turtles,…

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ECUA comments on arrest of former ECUA MRF director

Yesterday, Inweekly broke the news that Jarrell  Reynolds, the former director of the ECUA Materials Recycling Facility, had been arrest on Monday, Nov.. 4 for…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

Test driving Teslas for greater good

A Tesla doesn’t use gas. But it can fart. “Oh, this is hilarious,” said Christian Wagley, pointing inside a Tesla Model 3 parked in the…

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Posted in Business Caring Environment

Keep Pensacola Beautiful has America Recycles Day event

Keep Pensacola Beautiful and YourTEK Professionals will be recognizing America Recycles Day on Friday, November 15 by collecting hard-to-recycle items from residents and businesses in…

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EPA partially deletes Pensacola Superfund site

PENSACOLA, Fla.  (Oct. 29, 2019) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 the agency deleted all or…

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Posted in Escambia County Environment

Regional Roundup on Saturday

The Escambia County Waste Services Department will host the next Regional Roundup on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 8 a.m. until noon at Blue Angels Elementary…

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Posted in Education BP Disaster Business Environment State & National News

Gaetz: Can the Gulf Coast triumph? Yes

Viewpoint BY DON GAETZ Northwest Florida has taken it hard in the gut from the forces of nature and the folly of man. The Deepwater…

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Looking for IP’s ‘Monster Under the Bed’

Following lengthy criticism of local press coverage concerning the environmental impacts International Paper’s operation has on Perdido Bay, a pair of Escambia County commissioners are…

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