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Portland glass firm must clean stacks

Bullseye Glass has been at the center of pollution concerns for months, and officials suspect it’s one of two companies to blame for releases of hexavalent chromium.



Toxic algae bloom turns big Utah lake into stinky soup

By LINDSAY WHITEHURST

Toxic algae is a problem around the country, with beaches fouled in Florida.


SPU plans a round of rate increases

By JOURNAL STAFF

SPU wants to use the additional revenue to complete the North Transfer Station in Wallingford, design and build a new recycling and reuse center in South Park, and expand several programs.


If you have news about your company -- a new hire, new office or a promotion -- we want to know about it. Click here to send your news to the DJC.


It’s possible to simultaneously improve both your workplace and bottom line with a few smart energy efficiency upgrades and strategies.



Later this month young people involved with the AGC of Washington will help renovate space for Treehouse.


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