Posts Tagged ‘pollutants’

Funding lacking for former Chemfax site cleanup

by Associated Press Published: October 14,2011

Tags: cleanup, environment, manufacturing, pollutants, pollution

GULFPORT — The cost to remove harmful chemicals from an old industrial site, Chemfax Inc. in Gulfport, is estimated at $2.5 million. That is what about 30 residents learned last night at a meeting with the Environmental Protection Agency. The Sun Herald reports the EPA conducted an emergency cleanup in 1999 that cost $1 million […] [...]

MDEQ finally lifts Pearl River advisory following fish-kill

by MBJ Staff Published: September 14,2011

Tags: environment, manufacturing, pollutants, rivers, water

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI — The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has lifted an advisory for a section of the Pearl River in Pearl River County. The section extended from Highway 26 near Poplarville south to I-59 near Nicholson. MDEQ issued a water contact and a fish consumption advisory Aug. 14 due to a massive fish […] [...]

Reservoir discharge returns to normal post-fish kill

by MBJ Staff Published: August 22,2011

Tags: contamination, environment, fish kill, fishing, outdoors, pollutants, pollution, water

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI — The Pearl River Valley Water Supply District (PRV) has resumed normal operations of its fresh water discharge into the Pearl River from the Ross Barnett Reservoir. For a two-day period the PRV had increased that discharge in an effort to assist the people on the lower Pearl River as they recover from […] [...]

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