Lifelong Cleveland resident Steve Gove recalls when the Cuyahoga River symbolized shame – fetid, lifeless, notorious for catching fire when sparks from overhead rail cars ignited the oil-slicked surface. “It was pretty grungy,” said the
Clean Water Act
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Tyson Foods Inc.’s poultry subsidiary has been ordered to pay a $2 million fine for discharges from a southwest Missouri plant that caused a fish kill. The U.S. Justice Department announced that
U.S. citizens have until August 28 to comment on Trump administration’s efforts to repeal Clean Water Rule.