The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program (NEP) is enlisting the support of area organizations in a program to raise awareness about storm water runoff and the pollution it carries.
Last fall, PEP invited member Outokumpu Stainless USA, LLC, to make a presetaion about its plant in Calvert, AL. (located in Mobile and Washington counties), as well as to share information on the inherently sustainable nature of the stainless steel industry.
PEP member Alabama Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, recently made a presentation on its landmark 25-megawatt Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) demonstration project, which is located at Alabama Power’s Plant Barry, just north of Mobile in Citronelle, Ala.
Statement on the AGCRC’s Project Evaluation and Selection Process for the Multi-year Implementation Plan
The Board of Directors and members of Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP) appreciate the time and effort that the members of the Alabama Gulf Coast Recovery Council (AGCRC) and the staff of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) have invested in developing the Project Evaluation and Selection Process for the Multiyear Implementation Plan (MIP) development for Bucket 1 of the RESTORE Act.
Chris Coletta is an operations engineer for the Light Stabilizers production unit at the BASF McIntosh site, where he began working in 2015.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS), or what is sometimes called carbon capture and sequestration, is a technological method that captures large amounts (up to 90%) of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions produced from the use of fossil fuels to prevent them from being released into the atmosphere.
PEP supports the buiding of a new I-10 River Bridge along the B-Prime Route. The materials below, provided by Build the Bridge Coalition, explain the current process and upcoming public hearingson the drfat Environmntal Impact study. It is critical that the business community attend the public hearings and voice support for buiding the bridge. PEP staff will present our updated comments and support at the hearings. Thompson Engineering Press Release.
PEP and its members take environmental concerns very seriously and only endorse any proposed project after review of the project plans and comparing them with best practices for environmental protection.
Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP) urges Plains Southcap to relocate the route of their oil pipeline to outside of the Big Creek Lake watershed. The current route, parallel to and crossing Hamilton Creek which is a primary feeder to Big Creek Lake, poses an unnecessary threat to Mobile County’s drinking water supply.
Energy availability and pricing is of a vital interest to citizens and businesses in the coastal Alabama region.