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Officials: Horsehead Corp. purchase advancement a positive step
Beaver County Commissioner Joe Spanik said the region also has a lot of other economic efforts moving forward. Carnegie-based Weavertown Environmental Group plans to create a $15 million industrial park in Potter Township.
Firms adapt to tap into oil, gas opportunities
Southwestern Pennsylvania shale gas fields have created a significant opportunity not only for natural gas producers, but also for other companies looking to provide services to the industry.
Environmental cleanup company says hospitals can learn from emergency responders
Weavertown Environmental Group says hospitals should follow industry standards.
Industrial Park in Beaver to Get $3M State Grant
A $3 Million grant from the state for development of Weavertown Industrial Park in Beaver County could lead to retaining 200 jobs and adding up to 100 or more at the $15 million project in Potter Township.
State awards $3M to construct Beaver County Industrial Park
$15 million project to redevelop a former industrial site in Beaver County received a boost Tuesday, receiving a $3 million Economic Growth Initiative Grant.
$3 Million grant given for industrial park near proposed Beaver County cracker site
A Carnegie-based company redeveloping an industrial site in Potter Township near the proposed location of Shell Chemicals’ ethane cracker plant has received a $3 million state grant.
Corbett Administration Announces Economic Growth Initiative Grant to Develop Weavertown Industrial Park
Governor Tom Corbett today announced a $3 million Economic Growth Initiative (EGI) Grant to assist in the construction and development of Weavertown Industrial Park.
Fire Chief: 150 Gallons spilled in Center Township gas station incident
Emergency responders strongly encouraged evacuations Saturday night for a neighborhood, plaza and two hotels after a fuel leak from a tanker truck, officials said.
State tour touts Auberle facility
McKeesport and Homestead venues are among stops for a Corbett administration road trip that is focusing on programs making an impact on the state’s economic climate.
Truck crash causes fracking water, diesel spill into Chartiers Creek
Up to 10 Carnegie-based Weavertown Environmental put out floating booms to catch any diesel fuel and fracking wastewater that reached the creek.
County firms place wager on Shell building petrochemical plant
Plants like this – called ethane crackers – do tend to bring regional impacts. They can draw manufacturers that work with the chemicals to make plastic products, cleaners, paints, and even fabrics.