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Remove Uninvited Pests from the Summer Barbeque with FlyPunch!®

Remove Uninvited Pests from the Summer Barbeque with FlyPunch!®Aunt Fannie’s™ natural, non-toxic pesticide provides protection from seasonal pests

Imagine it: A summer barbeque.  The backyard is prepared with a hot, seasoned grill, open bottles of wine and beer, and summer’s bounty of ripe, sweet fruits, fresh vegetables, with a vast assortment of homemade pies. Then without warning, uninvited guests arrive - often in swarms. Fruit flies! Everywhere! The meticulously planned and arranged summer gathering is ruined. Troublesome fruit flies are more than just an unwelcome intruder, as they are also known carriers of disease causing bacteria such as E.coli and other food borne illnesses[1].


EPA Administrator Participates in Spartanburg ReGenesis Project Celebration

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy, along with State Representative Harold Mitchell, Jr., and various federal state and local officials, along with private sector representatives participated in a tour and celebration of the ReGenesis Project, a successful collaboration credited with revitalizing Spartanburg, and the surrounding community.


Obama Administration Announces Eight Additional Promise Zones to Build Community Prosperity

Minneapolis, Sacramento, Indianapolis, Camden, Hartford, St Louis (MO) Pine Ridge (SD) & Low Country of South Carolina earn designation

The Obama Administration announced eight additional Promise Zones across the country, including six cities, one rural area, and one tribal community. Promise Zones are high poverty communities where the federal government partners with local leaders to increase economic activity, improve educational opportunities, leverage private investment, reduce violent crime, enhance public health and address other priorities identified by the community. Through the Promise Zone designation, these communities will work directly with federal, state and local agencies to give local leaders proven tools to improve the quality of life in some of the country's most vulnerable areas.


ACH Foam Technologies’ EPS Geofoam Supports Structure at The Hub in Columbia, South Carolina

Construction Industry Finds Success with ACH Foam Technologies’ EPS Geofoam in Diverse Applications

ACH Technologies’ Foam-Control EPS Geofoam is best known for its use on roadway and embankment projects. An engineered lightweight material made of expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam with high compressive strengths and predictable material performance, Foam-Control EPS Geofoam has become an indispensable material for civil infrastructure. The reasons for its popularity are countless: the material has high compressive resistance, it reduces lateral and bearing loads, and saves labor and project costs. At about one-percent the weight of traditional earth materials, this cellular plastic material has a high compressive resistance up to 18.6 psi at 1% deformation. 


South Carolina Peach Farmer Chalmers R. Carr III Honored for Achievement in Produce Innovation

Bayer CropScience Produce Innovation Award Winner Focuses on Quality, Accessibility and Demand

Chalmers R. Carr III, owner and president of Titan Farms in Ridge Springs, S.C., is the recipient of the inaugural Bayer CropScience Produce Innovation Award. Carr was presented the award at the 2015 Ag Issues Forum hosted by Bayer CropScience in Phoenix.


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