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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment announced this week that CAG Cimarron Dairy has made considerable improvements this month and that the state is withdrawing its notice of intent to terminate the dairy's water pollution control permit,
State health officials are conducting an investigation of a petroleum-like odor in private water wells near Andover and the contamination of the water for at least six homes. Kansas Department of Health and Environment began investigating on Jan. 5 a
Special to The News The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has approved a wastewater permit for Seaboard Foods, allowing the pork producer to continue its plans of building a facility that could house as many as 144,000 hogs...Some of the
The state has given notice to a Gray County dairy that it plans to terminate a permit needed to keep it running. According to a document filed in the Kansas Register, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment gave CAG Cimarron Dairy notice this
Broken dishes, silverware, milk and soda pop bottles, and beef and pork bones suggest kitchen waste at the former Hutchinson Naval Air Station near Yoder was discarded in a trench more than 60 years ago. What particularly caught the attention of
Wichita City Council members met today to try to figure out how to do as little as possible for clean water. At a workshop on stormwater management, council members and staff expressed a mutual desire to figure out the absolute minimum standard for
State officials will hold an informational meeting Wednesday about corrective actions to deal with the buildup. The meeting will be held in a come-and-go format from 6 to 8 p.m. Jardine Technology Magnet Middle School, 3550 Ross Parkway in Wichita.
The problem with cement plants that burn hazardous waste is that they're not designed to burn hazardous waste," says Jim Pew, a lawyer for the environmental group Earth Justice. "In my view it's a loophole for the cement industry." Kilns like the one
Kansas legislators who oppose abortion are divided over whether the attorney general's office should investigate the state health department's shredding of documents later sought as evidence in a criminal case against a Planned Parenthood clinic.
The long, epic fight over whether to build a coal-fired power plant in western Kansas has taken yet another strange twist:A federal agency is accusing a state agency of telling tall tales to the highest court in Kansas.The battle over