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One tug sinks another raised

Nine people were evacuated when tug Eric Haney sank in the upper Mississippi River in North America. Diesel from the tug discharged into the river but SWS Environmental Services contained the spill using booms.

According to North American reports, the tug sank near Cairo, Illinois, with 1,600 gallons of lube oil and 79,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board. The US Coast Guard, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and Tennessee Valley Towing responded to the inland waterway accident.

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  Florida Power and Light transmission project earns environmental award

The Southeastern Electric Exchange (SEE) recognized Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) this week with its Chairman’s Award for the company’s environmental protection efforts during a transmission project in the Sanford area.

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  New study details economic impact of U.S. waterways industry

The American Waterways Operators has released a new study that documents the contribution that the American tugboat, towboat and barge industry makes to the U.S. economy.

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  New data shows Bastrop County oil spill leaked 87,000 gallons

An investigation into a crude oil spill in Bastrop County that discharged more than 87,000 gallons will examine the circumstances surrounding the accident as well as review the resulting cleanup, state Rep. John Cyrier said Monday.

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  Technology advances in the waste and recycling industries

Driverless sanitation vehicles, recyclables sorting robots and landfill drones. Twenty years ago, these were little more than amusing catch phrases bandied about at conferences by recycling and waste industry players claiming to see the future.

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