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Bad & Good Shanghai air (Photo courtesy Morgennebel/Flickr)
Bad & Good Shanghai air (Photo courtesy Morgennebel/Flickr)
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Coal Burning Ban Proposed

Coal is big in Montana. There are vast coal beds in eastern Montana and the northeast corner of Wyoming. Much of that coal moves through Missoula on a regular basis bound for shipping ports on the West Coast

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chimney smoke
photo courtesy of LH HOON/flickr.com
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Missoula Air Quality Panel Thursday Evening [AUDIO]

A panel presented by the American Lung Association on Missoula's air quality will be held Thursday evening in the city council chambers from 7 to 9 p.m.

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ASUM bus
photo courtesy of Facebook
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ASUM Receives Grant to Purchase Cleaner Quieter Bus [AUDIO]

Associated Students of The University of Montana Transportation recently applied for and received a Clean Diesel Grant from Montana Department of Environmental Quality to purchase a new 2013 El Dorado bus.

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flooded mill site
photo by Peter Christian
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EPA Says No Emergency Pollution Situation at Smurfit-Stone Site [AUDIO]

At a public hearing held Thursday night in Frenchtown, the owners of the former Smurfit-Stone mill site met with Missoula County, EPA, and other officials regarding the pollution left behind at the facility.

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Photo courtesy of alexyv@flickr.com
Photo courtesy of alexyv@flickr.com
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Retimed Traffic Lights Lead To Less Pollution [AUDIO]

The City of Missoula recently spent $400,000 reconfiguring and retiming traffic signals throughout town. I spoke with City Engineer Steve King about the changes on Friday afternoon. That interview is attached.

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