How one environmental cleanup firm managed a sodium chlorate spill in an active rail yard from cradle-to-grave.
- By Geoffrey Brown
- Jul 05, 2010
RS Hydro will install more than 250 flow monitoring stations for the cement supplier, using Siemens and Adcon technologies.
Met-Mex Peñoles has used reverse osmosis membranes to further treat municipal wastewater from Torreón City for its boilers over the last 12 years.
- By Renato Ramos, Peter Aerts, Enrique Guzman, Juan Pacheco
- Jun 14, 2010
A targeted community and stakeholder outreach program has enabled Arlington to earn additional grant funding for its redevelopment program.
- By Lexin Murphy, John Sallman
- Jun 09, 2010
Singapore International Water Week provides a platform for finding viable water solutions, which are critical for the sustainable growth of cities worldwide.
- By Michael Toh
- Jun 05, 2010
A University of Virginia doctoral candidate and an engineer use capacity factor analysis to determine the best way to implement a biogas cooking fuel system in Namawanga, Kenya.
- By Carla Saavedra
- May 25, 2010
A triple blind groundwater sampling event shows that the environment is a very complex system that may not lend itself to simple explanation.
- By Samuel W. Butcher, Lauren M. McKinlay
- May 21, 2010
A green commitment delivers clean, reliable, cost-saving power to American Water.
- By John Young
- May 19, 2010
Volkswagen's Chattanooga facility will debut North America's first EcoDryScrubber to lower CO2 and NOx emissions, energy costs, and water usage.
- By Jim Pakkala
- May 06, 2010
Disposing of outdated IT not only helps mitigate environmental risks but also delivers energy cost and productivity benefits.
- By Steve Suesens
- May 03, 2010
Think of the monitoring possibilities: cathodic integrity for corrosion, pump station efficiency, and tank status.
- By Dan Steele
- Apr 29, 2010
The American Lung Association's annual State of the Air report attributes gains to emissions control equipment for coal-fired power plants and cleaner diesel fuel and engines.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
- Apr 28, 2010
Throwing sharps containers, red bags, and spill cleanup materials into the trash sends up a red flag to commercial or municipal trash collectors because they are not allowed to take this waste.
- By Burton J. Kunik
- Apr 13, 2010
The Arizona State Prison in Pima County installed a system that uses compressed air to break down fats, oils, and grease in a sewage lift station.
During plant design, water and wastewater treatment facility owners have at least three methods to help reduce electrical noise associated with process automation systems.
- By Van Wagner, P.E.
- Apr 08, 2010
Emergency responders are better served by taking time to carefully consider the weight and maneuverability, material, fit, and maintenance of the suit that could save their lives. This is not a split-second decision.
- By David Clark
- Apr 01, 2010
For simple, low-cost solutions for wastewater treatment, Submerged Attached Growth Reactors downstream of primary lagoons provide a practical means to comply with nutrient rules, even in cold climates.
- By Mark O. Liner, P.E., Merle Kroeker, P.E.
- Mar 22, 2010
Brazilian-based Grön Environmental uses S-200 to successfully complete a Rio de Janeiro gas station cleanup to the applicable BTEX standards.
- By James Lynn, Thomas Nail, Fabio Leandor
- Mar 18, 2010
A retractable, structurally supported geomembrane cover system provides odor control and easy maintenance access to wastewater treatment aeration basins at the Vallejo Sanitation & Flood Control District.
- By Jim McMahon
- Mar 16, 2010
Waste separation, community buy-in, and high solids anaerobic digestion are key ingredients in turning table scraps and yard debris into a renewable resource recipe.
- By Meredith Sorensen
- Mar 10, 2010