Four Iowa offices of Rockwell-Collins Corporation have been accepted into a new trash-reduction program sponsored by the U-S Environmental Protection Agency. Rockwell spokesman Doug Wagner says the facilities in Bellevue, Coralville, Decorah and Manchester will all be included.Wagner says the company’s acceptance into the E-P-A program shows Rockwell’s dedication to the environment and to its clients.About 95-hundred people work at the four facilities. The Cedar Rapids-based Rockwell-Collins builds avionics and communication equipment.
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UNI receives grant to turn old photos into interactive exhibit
UNI receives grant to turn old photos into interactive exhibit - Radio Iowa
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Banks in Sioux, Lyon County the target of check cashing fraud - Radio Iowa
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