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Southeast River Basin News

Nyrstar plans expansion of Clarksville plant with $90 million germanium, gallium processing facility

Nyrstar plans expansion of Clarksville plant with $90 million germanium, gallium processing facility July 7, 2022 | Clarksvillenow.com (full link below) Nyrstar is planning to expand operations at its Clarksville zinc plant with the addition of a new gallium and germanium processing facility, one which will make Clarksville the nation’s top provider of those materials.…
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Port Access Route Study: Seacoast of North Carolina Including Approaches to the Cape Fear River and Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina

  Port Access Route Study: Seacoast of North Carolina Including Approaches to the Cape Fear River and Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina  Notice Number: 2022-10457 Coast Guard, DHS.  Notice of availability, final report.  The Coast Guard announces the completion of the Port Access Route Study for the Seacoast of North Carolina including approaches to the Cape…
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USCG: Western Rivers Command Center Tools

Please view the attached for information on how to subscribe to receive BNM’s from Sectors Upper and Lower Mississippi River and other sectors of interest.
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USCG: Sector Upper Mississippi River Prevention Department Industry Day 2022

  February 17, 2022, 9:00am-4:00pm RAY Federal Building, 1222 Spruce Street, St. Louis, MO 63103 In-person and virtual option provided- Register HERE.  
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Federal Marine Terminals, Inc. adds New Terminal at Port Itawamba in Fulton, MS

  Port Itawamba, located in Northern Mississippi is well-positioned on the inland waterway system along the Tennessee-Tombigbee River at RM 390.0. Port Itawamba, centrally located between Memphis, TN and Birmingham, AL has the ability to reach destinations along the US Gulf Coast and into the US Midwest. Port Itawamba features state-of-the-art facilities that include two…
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NARCOG to begin inland port study

April 7, 2021: The Moulton Advertiser (full link below) The North Central Alabama Regional of Governments (NARCOG) is planning a feasibility study for an inland port at possible sites in Lawrence, Morgan, Limestone and Cullman counties after the organization recently received a $65,000 grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission. NARCOG Executive Director Robby Cantrell called…
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