WI Gov. Tony Evers expanded efforts to limit the amount of some common hazardous chemicals in state waters. The Democratic governor directed the state’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR)to begin drafting standards for the amount of highly fluorinated compounds known as PFAS allowed in surface, ground and drinking water. The directive marked the second time […]
Monthly Archives: August 2019
Wisconsin Republican Sean Duffy announced today that he will resign from Congress next month. Duffy, has represented Wisconsin’s 7th district since being elected in 2010, wrote in a Facebook post that he would be stepping down on September 23, citing a desire to spend more time with his family ahead of the upcoming birth of […]
The first round of booth placements for the 2019 MWFPA Annual Convention and Expo to be held December 3-5 at the Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells, WI has been completed. Exhibitor registrations continue to roll in, so if you plan on exhibiting, now is the time to reserve your space! This show […]
Food industry engineers and managers will be among the many who will benefit from the upcoming Food Energy Forum to be conducted on September 19, 2019 at the corporate offices of Miron Construction in Neenah, Wi. in partnership with Focus on Energy and the Midwest Food Products Association. Titled Energy Optimization Strategies for the Food […]
Following Governor JB Pritzker’s July 3 request in the wake of historic flooding across the state, today the U.S. Department of Agriculture has declared an agriculture disaster in all 102 Illinois counties. Read more.
Crain’s Chicago Business says that lawmakers in Washington, D.C., have a real opportunity to transform North American trade by passing the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) and give Illinois businesses a lift. This new agreement, which will soon be before Congress, would modernize and strengthen free trade with our biggest export markets, Canada and Mexico, and […]