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Hamilton Beach Food Processors rely on robust motors to chop, slice, shred, mix and puree just about anything you put in the bowl. In-bowl blade storage and dishwasher-safe parts make these food processors easy to clean and store and some models offer special conveniences like reversible slicing and shredding discs and continuous feed chutes.
With the Hamilton Beach Bowl Scraper Food Processor, there's no need to stop and remove the lid to dislodge food from the side of the bowl. The built-in scraper does the work for you, even while the processor is on for continuous processing.
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Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Food processorFrom spicy salsa to perfectly sliced potatoes, the Big Mouth Deluxe food processor from Hamilton Beach can tackle tough tasks with ease. A redesigned high-performance processing bowl is specially designed to process any size batch, from large to small. The powerful 525-watt motor makes slicing, shredding, chopping, mixing and kneading quick and effortless. The Big Mouth's signature, extra-large feed tube, eliminates precutting of most foods such as potatoes, tomatoes and cheese. Home chefs will appreciate the 14-cup capacity for large processing with fresh results. The Big Mouth boasts 3 speeds plus pulse, a stainless steel chopping/mixing blade, and a reversible slicing/shredding disc. Model 70575 also comes with a popular french fry disc, which is seldom standard with food processors in this class. These blades typically must be purchased separately. The streamlined design looks great on the countertop but also fits nicely tucked away in cabinets. Easy to use buttons 42 Ounce Glass Jar
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MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources wants to permanently expand the list of projects that don’t require an environmental analysis, including air pollution permits, decisions affecting factory farms and dam repairs. Officials with the Republican-controlled DNR say the proposal will help streamline the agency’s requirements and save money. But the move has drawn the ire of environmental groups, who fear the exemptions could lead to long-lasting damage to Wisconsin’s air and water. “This will have a ripple effect of environmental and public health impacts that may continue for decades to come,” Sarah Williams, a Midwest Environmental Advocates attorney, said in an email to The Associated Press on Wednesday. The DNR has been working for the past year to revise its environmental review procedures through two emergency rules. Each set of rules has expanded the list of so-called minor actions that don’t require an analysis of environmental effects. Now agency officials have finished work on a permanent rule that finalizes the list and plan to ask their board to adopt it during an Aug. The proposed list of projects that wouldn’t need environmental review includes construction and renewal permits for minor air pollution sources, defined as sources that emit less than 100 tons of any criteria air pollutant annually. Approval of construction plans for wastewater treatment plants and factory farm structures subject to DNR review wouldn’t require an analysis. Temporary dam drawdowns and dam reconstruction also wouldn’t require an analysis. Agency officials, however, justified the additions in a memo to the board by saying the agency can use data from similar projects that have been already been reviewed. The changes will result in fewer analytical documents, saving on businesses’ costs to provide data and freeing up DNR staff time, they added. Midwest Environmental Advocates sent the DNR a letter in June calling the exemptions “overexpansive. The group argued that factory farms have historically been subject to an environmental analysis that provided details on their impact on air and water quality. The permitting process for the farms is more limited in scope and doesn’t call for such details, the group said. La Crosse, Eau Claire and Wood counties’ health departments also sent the DNR written resolutions raising concerns about factory farms being exempted from an environmental analysis. Midwest Environmental Advocates also accused the DNR of overlooking the environmental impact of dam construction and repairs and complained that growing the list of minor actions through three sets of rules has created confusion. Emissions from minor sources aren’t expected to degrade an area’s air quality and construction permits ensure the source abides by emission limits, they wrote. As for factory farms, they can’t operate until they’ve gotten a pollution permit, a process that involves environmental analysis and public disclosure, the memo said. Temporary dam drawdowns, meanwhile, usually last for short periods and most of a dam’s environmental impact occurred when it was built so repairs shouldn’t cause any long-term effects, the memo said. Rob Richard, senior director of government relations for the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation, said in an email that his organization hasn’t taken a position on the proposal because “it’s a relatively minor issue” and shouldn’t affect factory farm... Walker has created a DNR office to support businesses and ordered the agency to take a softer approach in dealing with the public. The number of environmental violations the DNR referred to the state Justice Department dropped by more than half. The governor also signed legislation giving wastewater plants, paper mills and food processors 20 years to comply with phosphorus pollution limits and relaxing iron mining regulations. Republican lawmakers retained a Walker proposal in the 2015-17 budget to eliminate nearly 20 research positions in the DNR’s Science Services Bureau. The DNR shouldn't be controlled by anyone but the people of this state. Political parties should never have control of the DNR because they have an agenda that doesn't fit with the standards the people of Wisconsin care about and want. Voters don't want a polluted state in any form but republicans don't care what the people want their state to be. They only care about. Source: lacrossetribune.com
Large dairy; Sarah Williams, attorney. » × Close Ad The governor also signed legislation giving wastewater plants, paper mills and food processors 20 years to comply with phosphorus pollution limits and relaxing iron mining regulations. Republican
Seneca Foods is a large food processing business with 23 plants — nine of which are in Wisconsin and several more in Minnesota. The company has 13,000 acres of production land in the Coloma area as well as its own seed breeding and development arm.
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