Any time you turn on a faucet in Malvern, Arkadelphia, Camden or many towns downstream, you’re using water from the nation’s 25th-longest river.
Under the MOU, Entergy Arkansas will allow its public and private sector customers to use regionally-sourced nuclear and renewables, including solar, hydro, or wind.
Across the country, states are inking agreements with neighbors or striking out on their own to pursue billions in federal funding to set up “hydrogen hubs,” clustered centers for production, storage and use of the gas that many see as a crucial piece of the puzzle for decarbonizing the U.S. economy.
Arkansas’ environmental regulators this week made a new round of rebates available early for community electric vehicle charging stations thanks to surging interest in expanding the state’s EV infrastructure.
Types of waste currently accepted at the Joan landfill include construction and demolition wastes, appliances, furniture, stumps, limbs and other bulky wastes.
Cattle ranchers in northern and western Arkansas are dealing with a feed shortage, and row crop farmers in east Arkansas are struggling to keep their fields adequately irrigated, according to state agriculture officials and local cooperative managers.
A stop-gap measure to keep Arkansas’ tire recycling program running fell through on Friday, meaning scrap tire piles will keep growing in large sections of the state.