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Citizens for Recycling First Rebuts Misleading Newspaper Editorial
            A newspaper editorial in the August 3 Roanoke Times that badly mischaracterizes the coal ash disposal regulation issue has drawn a response from Citizens for Recycling First.        &n...
Read More posted by: on: Aug 06, 2010 @ 03:14
EPA Restores C2P2 Web Site (In a Place No One May Ever See It…)
            The Coal Combustion Products Partnership web site is accessible on the Internet again – but the Environmental Protection Agency has hidden it in a location not likely to be seen by many people.     &...
Read More posted by: on: Aug 05, 2010 @ 03:03
Top Ten Things You Can Do to Protect Coal Ash Recycling!
            A frequent question to Citizens for Recycling First is: “What specific things can I do to support coal ash recycling?”  In the spirit of checklists, here’s the Top Ten:        &nb...
Read More posted by: on: Aug 04, 2010 @ 03:37
OSU Professor: ‘New fly ash regulations threaten sustainable concrete’
            The director of Oregon State University’s Green Building Materials Laboratory has warned that a proposal to designate coal ash as “hazardous waste” when it is disposed “…comes with a certain public stigma associated with i...
Read More posted by: on: Aug 04, 2010 @ 10:54
EPA Officials Sit on Hands as Radical Attacks on Coal Ash Recycling Intensify
            A Washington DC activist group is demanding that the federal government ban the use of coal ash in federal construction projects – despite the fact that official federal policy since 1983 has been to encourage the practice...
Read More posted by: on: Aug 03, 2010 @ 06:47
Dozens of Congress Members Oppose 'Hazardous' Coal Ash Proposal
Before leaving Washington last week to begin their summer recess, more than 180 members of Congress sent letters to the Environmental Protection Agency opposing any form of “hazardous” designation for coal ash. At least four letters were sent showing strong bipartisan opposition to EP...
Read More posted by: on: Aug 02, 2010 @ 04:27
Activist Groups Mislead People into Supporting ‘Hazardous’ Coal Ash Label
            Major anti-coal environmental groups have set a goal to generate 50,000 letters supporting a “hazardous” designation for coal ash. But they’re not telling people this action could badly damage recycling efforts while provi...
Read More posted by: on: Jul 30, 2010 @ 05:38
‘Citizens’ to Participate in Five Public Hearings Across the U.S.
            If you live near Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, or Washington DC, you will have a chance to help Citizens for Recycling First stand up for coal ash recycling.          &n...
Read More posted by: on: Jul 29, 2010 @ 05:01
Seventh Contest Winner… Next Quiz Question!
After a hiatus for a few weeks, we have a winner for our seventh quiz question!  Mike Duerre of Walhalla, North Dakota, was selected at random from the ten correct responders to our last coal ash question. But before we get to the correct response, here is the contest question fo...
Read More posted by: on: Jul 29, 2010 @ 03:13
More Recycling Supporters Object to EPA Suspending Coal Ash Program
            One of America’s most prominent demonstrations of coal ash recycling technologies has formally objected to the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to suspend participation in the Coal Combustion Products Partnership...
Read More posted by: on: Jul 28, 2010 @ 05:24