Posts Tagged ‘environmental’

Let there be LED — One of state’s smallest towns implementing a bright idea

by Published: December 18,2014

Tags: Business, environmental, Going Green, lighting, Mississippi, NEWS

Walnut Grove in Leake County may be one of the state’s smallest towns, but it’s on the cutting edge of street lighting with the recent addition of LEDs (light emitting diodes) along its streets. The town of 1,900 residents is at the northern tip of Mississippi Power’s service territory and can now stake a claim […] [...]

Lab owner wants evidence tossed because of lack of coffee

WATER VALLEY — A laboratory owner charged with faking wastewater samples wants a judge to dismiss evidence taken from her computer because she claims she was stressed, “without coffee” and intimidated when she gave it to federal agents. Tennie White, owner of Mississippi Environmental Analytical Laboratories Inc., faces trial tomorrow on charges of faking wastewater […] [...]

Ciity agrees to $90M infrastructure deal with Siemens

JACKSON — The city of Jackson and a global corporation have agreed to a $90-million deal that Mayor Harvey Johnson Jr. has called the largest infrastructure project in the city’s history. The deal with Siemens still needs approval from the Mississippi Development Authority, but the contract signature clears the way for work to begin as […] [...]

Another MMC Materials plant earns environmental certification

GREENVILLE — The National Ready Mix Concrete Association reports MMC Materials Inc.’s Greenville plant meets the requirements for Green Star certification. This certification is awarded to concrete plants that satisfy stringent environmental requirements in the supply of concrete and concrete related products. This is MMC’s fourth ready mix concrete plant to achieve this honor. The […] [...]

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