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Pennsylvania Water 7th Most Polluted In Nation

Industrial facilities dumped more than 10 million pounds of toxic chemicals into Pennsylvania’s waterways, making the state’s waterways the seventh worst in the nation, according to a new report released today by PennEnvironment.

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It’s easier being green at Beth Or Eco-Expo

The free Community Eco-Expo Jan. 22 was a little different from Congregation Beth Or’s typical social action efforts to help the less fortunate or raise money for schools. But a core group of congregation members has always been interested in protecting the environment, according to Eco-Expo Chairwoman Lisa Brown.

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Letter: New fuel standards save gas and money

"Gas prices going nowhere but up" sure is right that we are all draining our wallets at the pump. A recent study has found that the average household is spending approximately 8.4 percent of its income on gas alone. Fortunately, there is a light at the end of the tunnel that comes in the unexpected form of increased automobile fuel economy standards.

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Editorial: Administration right to protect one of nature's wonders

American treasures such as the canyon touch at our identity. To tear at them, however gently, is to tear at our national soul.

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Western Pennsylvania industrial site near Allegheny River leaking for decades

For 40 years a toxic waste dump has sat on the banks of the Allegheny River, slowly leaking a mix as potent as pure ammonia. Now, environmental groups are preparing to file a federal lawsuit to force a cleanup.

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