Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Trump tells upstate New Yorkers to move news
Feb 07, 2019
Jerry Zremski reports for The Buffalo News that New Yorkers worried about a bad economy upstate should not blame him, the President thinks they should just leave. "If New York isn’t gonna treat them b...
Local leaders comment on treatment of Capitol rioters news
Jan 10, 2021
Ariél Zangla is reporting for the Daily Freeman after the Capitol riot this week, local leaders see obvious differences in how black and white protesters were treated. "It was immediately clear h...
Correctional officers union reports two violent incidents at Greene Correctional news
May 17, 2021
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media several correctional officers were injured in two separate incidents at Greene Correctional Facility, according to a statement from the New Yor...
EPA tests show no Dewey Loeffel toxins locally news
Sep 11, 2015
Emilia Teasdale is reporting in The Columbia Paper the Columbia County Environmental Management Council reported earlier this summer that tests on treated water from the Dewey Loeffel Superfund site d...
Valatie board calls for toxic dump cleanup news
Feb 19, 2014
Emilia Teasdale is reporting in the Columbia Paper the Valatie Village Board adopted a resolution last week calling for the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the state Department of Environm...
Town of Ulster considering converting methane to electricity news
Jun 09, 2019
William J. Kemble reports in the Daily Freeman that the Town of Ulster is listening to a proposal for a commercial-scale greenhouse that would use the town’s sewage treatment plant to convert methane...
Senator Seward denounces quick vote on outdoor wood boiler regulations news
Dec 21, 2010
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="55" caption="New York State Senator James Seward."][/caption]On Sunday, the New York State Environmental Board announced a Board meeting Wednesday to vote on r...
Nassau asks Rensselaer County to regulate chemical news
Jul 21, 2017
Kenneth C. Crowe II reports in the Albany Times Union that the town of Nassau has asked the Rensselaer County Legislature to limit the discharge of 1,4-dioxane, a potential carcinogen, in local waterw...
LafargeHolcim reaches settlement with state news
May 03, 2021
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Holcim Inc. and the state of New York have reached an agreement resolving alleged environmental violations at the company’s cement plant on Rou...
Second Superfund site announced in Nassau news
Oct 07, 2021
Kenneth C. Crowe II reports in the Times Union that the state Department of Environmental Conservation announced Oct. 6 a second location in Nassau in Rensselaer County as an environmentally hazardous...
Greene County Hazardous Household Waste Collection Day news
Jun 16, 2010
Sat. June 26 in Athens, organized by last name. Greene County residents only.
Hydraulic fracturing allowed in New York news
Jul 01, 2011
The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Friday will release its revised recommendations on mitigating the environmental impacts of high-volume hydraulic fracturing (high-volume fracturing),...
Columbia County rolls out recycling permits news
Dec 07, 2018
Emilia Teasdale reports in The Columbia Paper that Columbia County’s waste stations begin in 2019 charging $50 for one-year-long permits per household and $35 for residents 65 and older for recycling....
Tkaczyk proposes a statewide ban on fracking waste news
May 16, 2013
Kyle Adams reports in The Daily Mail state Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk introduced a bill Wed., May 15, to ban the transportation of hydraulic fracturing waste products into New York from out-of-state oper...
Officials meet behind closed doors to consider tri-county solid waste authority news
Jan 25, 2018
William J. Kemble is reporting for the Daily Freeman the possibility of forming a solid waste authority to oversee trash operations in Greene, Sullivan and Ulster counties was discussed January 24, du...
Copake Farms clean-up moving slower than judge hoped news
Jul 08, 2016
Diane Valden is reporting in the Columbia Paper Salvatore Cascino [kah-SHEE-no] was back in Columbia County Supreme Court last week so he could provide proof and an update on his compliance with a cou...
$1.8 million fine for nearby nuclear waste spill news
Jan 05, 2011
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Knolls Atomic Power Labs in Niskayuna, along the Mohawk, as seen in a Times Union photograph by Philip Kamrass published today."][/caption]Remembe...
Rensselaer County broadens moratorium on solid waste facilities near waterways news
Aug 02, 2019
Kenneth C. Crowe II reports in the Albany Times Union that Republicans and Democrats in the Rensselaer County Legislature have agreed to extend a one-year moratorium on solid waste facilities within a...
Rensselaer County expands one-year moratorium on solid waste facilities news
Aug 15, 2019
Kenneth C. Crowe II reports in the Albany Times Union that in a unanimous Aug. 13 vote the Rensselaer County Legislature expanded its one-year moratorium on new solid waste facilities to include nearl...