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US Ecology awarded GE Hudson River disposal contract

US Ecology, Inc., a Boise-based hazardous waste disposal company, has been awarded a major contract to dispose of waste from the Hudson River at its facility near Grand View. US Ecology disposes of radioactive, hazardous, polychlorinated biphenyls, and non-hazardous industrial ...

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Renewable energy plant planned for Ada County (access required)

As part of their first official act related to the formation of the Ada Renewable Industrial Complex at the Hidden Hollow Landfill, Ada County Commissioners signed an agreement with Dynamis Energy to design, build and operate a waste-to-energy plant that ...

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Idaho jobless workers to exhaust benefits

The House Rules Committee agreed to a closed rule on June 29, meaning there will be limited debate without amendments on the extension, proposal going to vote today. Idaho Representative Walt Minnick was one of 16 Democrats, members of the ...

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Stevens-Henager College eyes new locations as execs move up (access required)

Stevens-Henager College by year’s end aims to have two to three small-footprint education centers opened in Idaho, said Shane Reeder, regional director based at the Boise campus. “We are exploring ways to deliver education in smaller communities,” he said. The ...

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US Silver names Hopkins CFO (access required)

US Silver Corp. has named Christopher J. Hopkins as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Hopkins most recently served Excellon Resources Inc. as CFO. He comes to U.S. Silver with a MBA from York University, and a Chartered Accountant designation from the ...

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U.S. Geothermal picks up more ownership at Neal Hot Springs Project

Boise-based U.S. Geothermal Inc., a renewable energy company focused on the development, production and sale of electricity from geothermal energy, has acquired two underlying geothermal mineral ownership interests at the Neal Hot Springs project in eastern Oregon. U.S. Geothermal President ...

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