The Crow Wing County Landfill has paid a $12,000 fine for accepting and improperly disposing of 15 barrels of flammable liquid hazardous waste. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency says the hazardous waste accepted by the landfill in November 2012 posed a potential threat to human health.
Minnesotans are throwing away more food and more plastic these days. And that’s discouraging to officials who say valuable resources are being wasted that could create jobs if they were recycled instead.
Throwing a big party in Duluth? Don’t forget the recycling containers.
Let’s face it: Americans produce a lot of garbage.
Check out this new model of a toilet that has been invented by those working for Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Dakota County investigators have charged a Burnsville couple with child neglect.