Legend Solar was a rising star in the green energy industry. But now, customers say the company took money for solar panels that were never delivered.
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From Paris to the White House to the wildlands of the Pacific Northwest, the environment was big news in 2017.
Northwest recycling companies are scrambling to find markets for our paper and plastic as China cracks down on waste imports.
When commercial fishermen spool out long lines in pursuit of sablefish (known as black cod to consumers) seabirds looking for an easy meal dive to steal the bait. It can be fatal.
Washington recyclers are worried they could soon have no place to send discarded paper and plastics. China has decided the U.S. is letting food and garbage contaminate too much of its recyclables.
By the end of the year, much of the mixed plastic and paper that goes into recycling bins will be banned from China, which could mean they will end up in a landfill.