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Project tests turning Meridian treatment plant waste into power (access required)

To create partnerships between researchers and businesses, the Idaho National Laboratory and its research partners look for problems needing solutions. They recently found one at the Meridian water treatment plant, where officials want to find a way to capture some ...

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Japanese trade team to visit north Idaho

Representatives from the Pacific Northwest’s (PNW) largest Soft White importing country will be hosted by the Idaho Wheat Commission in Lewiston, June 8-10. The five team members are from the Japanese Milling Association. Japan currently buys about 5 million tons ...

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Ketchum receives $13K from Idaho Power

The City of Ketchum received $13,185 from Idaho Power Co. for completing energy-efficiency upgrades. Company officials presented the incentive check to Mayor Randy Hall and City Administrator Gary Marks for upgrades to the city’s fire, street and park facilities. Ketchum ...

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Saint Alphonsus recognized for its imaging center

Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical has received recognition for its imaging center. Following a survey by the American College of Radiology, the ultrasound department and Breast Care Center was cited as the highest, most accredited ultrasound facilities in the state of ...

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Bechtel BWXT Idaho wins award for small business activity

Bechtel BWXT Idaho, the company that manages a waste treatment project at the Idaho National Laboratory site near Idaho Falls, has received a U.S. Department of Energy award for small businesses. Bechtel was selected as the recipient of the DOE’s ...

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Avista wants to expand net metering program

Avista Utilities is asking the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for authority to increase the size of small customer-owned generation projects that can qualify for the company’s net metering program. Avista serves about 120,000 electricity customers in north Idaho. Currently, customers ...

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811-group pushs call-ahead to dig importance

The Common Ground Alliance, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to protecting underground utility lines and the safety of people who dig near them, is stepping up awareness efforts in Idaho. The alliance is now partnering with The Home Depot to ...

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