Posts Tagged ‘sustainable’

Supervisors to take out bond to build levee for KiOR

NATCHEZ — The Adams County Board of Supervisors is advertising its intent to take out a bond that will not exceed $7.5 million as part of the KiOR levee project. The Natchez Democrat reports the funds from the bond will be channeled toward the construction of a levee on the site of the former Belwood […] [...]

County wants loan to build levee for KiOR plant

NATCHEZ — Adams County is applying for a $3 million state loan to help pay for a levee to be built on the site of the former Belwood Country Club. The levee is part of the county’s commitment to an economic recruiting package to bring alternative fuels company KiOR to Adams County. The Belwood property […] [...]

River mayors’ meeting to launch new initiative

by Associated Press Published: September 10,2012

Tags: city, government, mayor, municipality, port, river, shipping, sustainability, sustainable, tourism, tourist, transportation, travel, vacation, visitor, water

MISSISSIPPI RIVER — Several mayors of cities along the Mississippi River will gather in St. Louis this week to discuss ways to make the mighty waterway more sustainable. Thursday’s gathering comes amid one of the worst droughts in recent memory. Low water on the Mississippi continues to affect river traffic and recreation. The meeting is […] [...]

GE officially opens new central logistics facility

by MBJ Staff Published: November 21,2011

Tags: distribution, energy, solar power, sustainable, warehouses, warehousing, wind power

OLIVE BRANCH — GE has officially opened its new central logistics center for renewable energy components in Olive Branch. The facility is part of GE’s strategy to further improve customer response times throughout North America as more wind and solar energy projects are developed and existing power facilities require maintenance. GE Energy’s renewable energy services group […] [...]

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