Telecommunications & Utilities

Mobile Opens Third Recycling Dropoff Center

The City of Mobile has opened a new recycling center at 1750 Dauphin Island Parkway. Funded by a grant from the Alabama Department of Environmental...

Riviera, Viridi Partner To Recover Landfill Gas

 Renewable natural gas company Viridi Energy is constructing a landfill gas recovery facility adjacent to Magnolia Landfill in Summerdale, AL.com reports. Riviera Utilities will use...

Curbside Recycling To Expand In Baldwin County

All Baldwin County residents could be eligible for curbside recycling after the county’s Solid Waste Authority completes construction of a 50,000-ft2 materials recovery facility (MRF)...

Longleaf CCS Hub Announced

Tenaska, a private energy company based in Omaha, Nebraska, has announced the Longleaf CCS Hub, a carbon capture and storage (CCS) hub, for northwestern Mobile...

MAWSS Announces Second Citizens Water Academy

The Mobile Area Water & Sewer System (MAWSS) has announced the second iteration of its Citizens Water Academy program as part of its “Keep Water...

Ivey Earmarks More Funds For Broadband

Gov. Kay Ivey recently announced the awarding of $148.3 million to continue the expansion of high-speed internet service to unserved areas across Alabama. The 66...

Ransom Expands Electronics Recycling

Ransom Recycling of Chickasaw has announced it will soon be the only local organization recycling electronics. United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile (UCP), which also had...

JMF Gets $6.3-Million Broadband Grant

Daphne-based JMF Solutions has been awarded a $6.3-million grant as part of Gov. Kay Ivey’s initiative to expand broadband access in Alabama. Part of a...

Comcast Names Senior VP For South

Mike McArdle has been named senior vice president (VP) of Comcast’s South Region, which includes Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee, Business...

Fairhope Public Utilities Offers Amea Scholarships

Fairhope Public Utilities has announced the availability of four scholarships for students graduating high school in spring 2024. The Alabama Municipal Electric Authority (AMEA) and...

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