Tag Archives: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Harbor Point protective cap to be pierced for Exelon HQ

Developers of the proposed 23-story Exelon Corp. tower on the Baltimore waterfront plan to pierce a protective cap covering toxic chromium waste to drive pilings 70 to 80 feet into the ground to anchor the energy giant’s new regional headquarters, according to state environmental officials and the developers themselves.

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Week in review – 6/29/12: Rally protests for Superblock jobs

Rally protests for Superblock jobs A group of about 100 protestors gathered at the offices of the Baltimore Development Corp. at Charles Center this week to demand local hiring in the promised 600 new jobs at the $150 million Superblock ...

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Six in Maryland get Green Street Awards

Six Maryland communities and organizations were awarded grant funding Wednesday for their efforts in improving the environment and creating green jobs. Ten organizations received the “Green Street Award,” which included grants in various amounts to help pay for infrastructure projects ...

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