The fertilizer company Mosaic wrote on its website that it discovered a sinkhole 45 feet in diameter at its New Wales facility after noticing water levels had dropped in a stack of radioactive waste product known as phosphogypsum in late August. Environmental Protection Agency. The byproduct is often stored by industrial plants in mountainous piles known as phosphogysum stacks..
7, 2005, above, from his blog Life During Wartime. It two years old, sure, but as startling as ever. And the words pace, Miss Piggy are pure Condi. The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a tribunal order that reinstated an employee some 12 years after she was fired, along with $450,000 in back wages.The case involved the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board failure to accommodate the disabilities of Sharon Fair, an employee with 15 years service.At the time of her dismissal, Fair was a supervisor with the board hazardous material team. The stressful nature of the job led her to develop generalized anxiety disorder, which in turn led to depression and post traumatic stress disorder. Fair went on disability leave.
Good old fashioned potato chips. Instead of grabbing a salad, I ordered a tuna sandwich more calories but less garbage in the form of plastic containers. I didn think about whether or not the tuna they were mixing up was dolphin safe, (but if you are interested Earth Island has an updated list of which brands are)..
4. Installation of two (2) gas fired domestic water heaters and one (1) domestic water storage tank for production of domestic hot water for the buildings’ plumbing fixtures. This installation includes electrical connections, combustion gas flues, a new thermostatic mixing valve, circulation pumps and associated piping/accessories.
First Bus suspends eight Bath services as snow continues to fallHeavy snow settled overnightYellow and amber weather warnings for ice and snow are in place in Bath and the wider region, with the police urging drivers to only take essential trips.One school has already announced it is likely to close tomorrow due to the heavy snow, which has also affected trains running to and from Bath Spa train station.First Bus said earlier it would assess the routes and make further annoucements throughout the day. The company has now suspended eight of its Bath services and many others are only running part of the route.Here are the latest changes:Suspended 8 Bath City Centre Kingsway Service Currently suspended (Being reviewed)9 Bath City Centre Upper Weston Service Currently suspended (Being reviewed)171 Bath Peasedown St John4 Weston Odd Down Not serving Bloomfield Road at Odd Down or Eastville Avenue in WestonDiversion: Using roundabout at Lansdown Lane in Weston Village as terminus5 Bath Bus Station Whiteway Whiteway currently not being servedDiversion: Using Shaw’s Way and Watery Lane and Whiteway passengers advised to use service 1 from Mount RoadBath Live runs a WhatsApp group to help you keep up to date with the latest news. If you’d like to receive news alerts, save the number 07939 497390 to your phone we recommend saving the contact as ‘Bath Live News’ then send the word NEWS to us via WhatsApp.