Federal efforts to clean up a Queens site contaminated with radioactive waste could displace some automotive shops. Their owners don’t know where they’d go.
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SEPTEMBER 29, 2014
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FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - ENVIRONMENTAL WASTE MANGAGEMENT, INC.
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- A High School Without Textbooks
Tuesday Oct 8, 2013
Archbishop Stepinac High School, in White Plains, N.Y., is one of the first schools in the U.S. to do away with paper textbooks. Instead, the all-boys prep school requires students to use tablets and laptops in class. (Data provided by Statista.com.)
- ‘False Confessions’ Review: Isabelle Huppert Isn’t Enough Reason to See This Dull Filmed Play
By Robert Abele, provided by
- Thursday Jul 13, 2017
(Bondy had been the Odeon’s artistic director from 2012 until his death.) With that knowledge, one watches this dry-as-dust, made-for-television production assuming the Odeon’s evening ticketholders at that time hold a fonder memory of “False Confessions” than will those exposed to this version.First seen in white satin loungewear doing tai chi on the Odeon’s balcony, Huppert plays wealthy widow Araminte, whose hiring of handsome young secretary Dorante (Louis Garrel, “Saint Laurent”) comes with unexpected complications.Araminte’s mother (French cinema legend Bulle Ogier), meanwhile, is suspicious of her daughter’s fetching, overly devoted new employee, but undeterred in her own plan to push into Araminte marrying an older count (Jean-Pierre Malo) with whom the family has a land dispute.To follow this all takes some work, but the effort seems wasted when so much of the players look like bored, wandering party guests; Garrel in particular seems to recede in every scene he’s in, while Bondy’s often perplexingly angled shots feel removed from the emotions at hand.There’s the tiniest hint that Bondy, perhaps feeling wistful about the Odeon, was after a kind of movie version of environmental theater, a melding of a classic French play with a walking tour of the Odeon’s neoclassical splendors: grand staircases, columns, and marble-floored rooms.
- Rooted in Counterculture, Whole Foods’ Founder Finds an Unlikely Refuge
By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED and ALEXANDRA STEVENSON - Friday Jun 16, 2017
John Mackey wanted to fight off the activist investors attacking Whole Foods. He found a savior in Amazon, a company blamed for laying waste to retailers.
- EPA chief to reconsider paying claims over mine waste spill
Friday Aug 4, 2017
(AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency will reconsider whether to pay farmers, business owners and others in three states for economic losses caused by a mine waste spill that government crews accidentally triggered in 2015, the agency's leader said Friday during a visit to the site.Stretches of waterways turned an eerie orange-yellow, and the rivers were temporarily off-limits for agriculture and water utilities, as well as fishing and boating — important contributors to the area's recreational economy.The agency said last year it would pay $4.5 million to state, local and tribal governments to cover the cost of their emergency response to the spill, but it rejected $20.4 million in other requests for past and future expenses, again citing federal law.
- Fugitive sought for dumping radioactive oilfield waste
By MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
(AP) — A fugitive who escaped custody in Wyoming four years ago has been added to a list of U.S. environmental crimes fugitives and is being sought by investigators for illegally dumping radioactive oilfield waste in North Dakota in incidents dating back to 2011, authorities said Tuesday.EPA spokesman Richard Mylott did not directly respond to email and telephone messages seeking comment about why Ward was considered dangerous and why he had been added to the fugitive list three years after he was linked to the illegal dumping.North Dakota state health officials several years ago reported finding the filters along roadsides, in abandoned buildings and in commercial trash bins.In response, industry regulators now require oil and gas companies to have waste disposal containers on site at drilling pads or disposal wells, said Dave Glatt, chief of environmental health at the North Dakota Department of Health.Ward has not been seen since September 2013, when he escaped from a private corrections company during a prison transport when the van he was in stopped at a rest area, according to the EPA and media reports.