The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is moving toward reestablishing its scrap tire program.
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While they're not the primary cause of decline, they are one of the primary obstacles to reestablishing it," says Jonathan McKnight, associate director of habitat conservation at the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Before drywall and wood recycling could begin, we applied for and obtained from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources a Low Hazard Exemption for using ground, dimensional lumber and ground, engineered lumber for erosion control and a Pilot Project for utilizing ground scrap drywall as an agricultural gypsum substitute at home construction sites in Southeast Wisconsin.
GreenMan Technologies, Lynnfield, MA, reported that its Georgia-based subsidiary, GreenMan Techologies of Georgia, has completed the clean-up of nearly one million scrap tires and residual piled near Roberta, GA, after receiving a contract from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources recently surveyed the entire 60 acres and identified 2,434 American chestnuts that were more than two inches in diameter.
Maryland Department of Natural Resources Botanist Rodney Bartgis was, therefore, stunned when he visited West Virginia's New River Gorge in 1983.