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On May 7, 2015, the Ohio EPA announced that it intends to modify OAC 3745-110 regarding Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) Regulations for Nitrogen Oxides (“NOx”). Chapter 3745-110 of the Ohio Code establishes the requirements for emission of NOx from “very large, large, mid-size, and small boilers, stationary combustion turbines, or stationary internal combustion engines as defined in OAC rule 3745-110-01, and boilers located at facilities that emit or have the potential to emit a total of more than one hundred tons per year of NOx emissions from all sources at that facility.” … [Read more...] about Ohio EPA Intends to Modify NOx Regulations for Lime Kilns and Stationary Internal Combustion Engines
A federal jury has convicted a southwest Texas man for attempting to smuggle 30 people through a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint near Falfurrias, U.S. Attorney Ryan Patrick said in a statement Friday. … [Read more...] about Texas trucker who hid border crossers in cargo of limes could get prison for it
In Nashville this week, another scooter ride-share company, Bird, received a cease-and-desist letter from that city, according to the Tennessean newspaper. San Francisco also sent cease-and-desist letters to Bird, Lime and another company over their scooter programs, according to the San Francisco Business Times. … [Read more...] about Charlotte warns scooter company to end service. Now riders are ‘jamming city e-mails’
The makers of one app claim that their technology now includes a feature they refer to as "automatic crash detection and response." As of last week, Noonlight - an app designed to connect people with rescue services - began using an algorithm that taps into a smartphone's sensors, allowing the platform to measure and detect minuscule changes in the user's location, motion and force. … [Read more...] about This app knows when you’ve been in an accident