The “Recycling 101” video is a quick how-to on what DOES and DOES NOT go in the recycling bin and why. Here’s the link to the video on you tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-2ss07Yi4A .
We have also featured the video on the Mississippi Recycling Coalition Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MSRecycles/) and Twitter pages (@MSRecycles, https://twitter.com/MSRecycles).
Please share this video with your residents, employees, friends, family, etc. to help us get the word out on how to Recycle More and Recycle Right!
View more pictures of the 8th Annual Project Rezway- CLICK HERE
1st Place #10 Designer Mary Noble Howard (left) and Model Michelle Dashbach (2nd on left) ; 2nd Place #14 Designer and Model, Lilly Ross (right); and 3rd Place #4 Designer and Model Olivia Carley (middle)
1st Place #3 Designers Shawn Mackey, Star King, and Kennedy Keys; (Shawn, middle)
2nd Place #1 Designers Miss. Dept. of Transportation Model Daphne Scott (left), and
3rd Place #16 Designer Trinity Torrey and Model Nichol Torrey (right)
For Immediate Release
19 April 2019
Reservoir officials reduce outflow at dam
River level at Jackson should begin falling immediately
Pearl River Valley Water Supply District officials began reducing outflows from the Barnett Reservoir dam Friday morning, and a fall in the Pearl River at the Jackson gauge was expected to follow.
While heavy rains fell in the basin on Thursday, the total amount was less than anticipated. Inflows into Barnett Reservoir were also less than forecasted.
At 9 a.m. Friday, Barnett Reservoir stood at 295.73 and was on a slow fall, with an outflow of 30,500 cubic feet per second (cfs). A gradual reduction in outflow began at 9:30 a.m., with a target release of about 25,000 cfs by 5 p.m. PRVWSD officials said the lake would begin rising.
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Left to right: Supervisors: Daniel Cross, Jay Bishop, Steve Gaines, Jeannine May and Nancy Magee, Lynn Porter ( not pictured) KRB/PRWE , Buford Clark, WM/KMB & Supervisors Jared Morrison and Bob Morrow
On Friday, March 15…
Keep the Rez Beautiful presented a check for $25,000 to Rankin County for a new part time building inspector for the Reservoir area watershed, not including PRVWSD properties. The purpose of this new position will be to make sure that new residential construction sites are pursuant to county storm water regulations and that Best Management Practices are in place. This funding is part of a new water quality initiative in partnership with USDA Natural Resources to reduce sediment in the Reservoir, “The Pearl River Watershed Experience.” For more information on other KRB/ PRWE initiatives, go to http://www.keeptherezbeautiful.org