Tag: Louisville


Facility Seeks Modification for Emissions of Toxic Air

A Louisville facility is seeking a modification to the Environmental Acceptability Goals (EAGs) of the Strategic Toxic Air Reduction (STAR) program administered by the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District). The District has opened a public comment period from March 11, 2017 through April 10, 2017 and scheduled a public hearing in the Board […]


Louisville's 10-Year Solid Waste Master Plan

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Earlier this year, Louisville-Jefferson County set out to create 10-year Solid Waste Master plan to help the city reach a 90% diversion goal by 2024.  The City sent out this description of the study that it is conducting. Throughout June there were multiple public meetings to discuss the aspects of the plan.  There is also […]


Louisville in Top 25 Energy Star Cities for 2016

Louisville is ranked 5th among mid-size cities and is tied with Austin, TX. Louisville is ranked 25th in the nation this year for the number of Energy Star Buildings, with 55 facilities certified as of this year. You will find SMG’s Louisville office list under St. Clair Construction. Take a look at the list and […]


FREE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING OPPORTUNITY

The Jefferson and Fayette County, Kentucky Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) are offering a free one day emergency response planning seminar at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Frankfort, on September 29, 2015.  Information and a registration link are available online at http://www.louisvillelepc.org/SuccessEvent.html.  Topics will include: • Hazard & Risk Communications • US EPA Update • Facility Cyber-Security • Business […]


Kentucky Cities are Recognized for Energy Star

Congratulations to Louisville for being in the top 25 cities for most Energy Star certified buildings.  Louisville also ranks #3 for mid-size cities behind Columbus OH and San Jose CA.  Other Kentucky cities made the top 10 rankings for small cities and include Elizabethtown at #1, Owensboro, London, Bowling Green and Richmond.   http://www.energystar.gov/buildings/press-room/top-10-cities-2014/top-25-cities