The News Review:
- Johnson Storage & Moving Co. Awarded Three Top Honors At 2008 …
- Cardin seeks wider review of coal ash sites after spill along Potomac
- What to know before you hire movers so you don’t get scammed
Johnson Storage & Moving Co. Awarded Three Top Honors At 2008 …
Trading Markets (press release)
html) November 5-9 2008. Johnson Storage & Moving Co. was awarded the prestigious Impact Leader Award by United Van Lines in 2006 2007 and again in 2008. This award is based on excellence in household goods cargo claims prevention and encompasses packing hauling and warehousing. Johnson Storage & Moving Co. was awarded the President’s Club Award. This award honors agents demonstrating excellence in annual booked line haul revenue between July 1 2007 and June 30 2008.
Cardin seeks wider review of coal ash sites after spill along Potomac
Coal ash is a byproduct of coal combustion and can contain high concentrations of toxins including arsenic and lead. Some coal ash is used in concrete mine reclamation projects and other engineering applications but most is stored in retention ponds or landfilled. The EPA doesn’t consider coal ash a hazardous waste but has been moving toward federal regulation of storage ponds. The leaky NewPage pipe was carrying a mix of ash and water to the company’s retention pond in neighboring West Virginia. NewPage said in a letter Monday to the Maryland Department of the Environment that the leak contained 1100 pounds of ash but only 100 pounds entered the river. The pH of the sludge was within the limits of the mill’s water discharge permit and likely did no harm plant environmental manager Paul Yearling wrote. n March 9 the same day the NewPage spill was revealed the EPA announced it was seeking information on an estimated 300 coal ash storage sites owned by U.
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What to know before you hire movers so you don’t get scammed
All of her belongings were sold at an auction and what happened to her could happen to you. Last summer Trish Torkildsen needed a place to store her things until her new house was ready. She quickly found a moving company online JYS Movers out of Florida. They promised to keep her furniture and boxes at a Wilmington storage unit so she signed the moving contract and handed over her things. The movers signed a contract too but for a storage rental. The unit was in JYS' name not Trish's at Carolina Storage in Wilmington. Trish never knew the location of the storage unit she just knew her things were somewhere in town.